Bredy Veterinary Centre Ltd


Bredy Veterinary Centre. Sea Road North, Bridport. Dorset. DT6 4RR.

Locally owned & run, non-corporate practice for pets and livestock, with our own 24 hour emergency service, run by our vets.

Telephone (24hrs): 01308 456771

Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 8.30am-6pm. Saturday: 9am-1pm.

Consultations by appointment only, starting from 9am, last appointment 6pm. 15 minute appointments.


We wish all our clients a Happy New Year.

Congratulations to Mimi who has passed her exams for the Certificate of Veterinary Practice Management in Dec 2018.

Welcome to our new vet Tim, who joined the practice in August 2018.

Chocolate poisoning in dogs: If your dog eats any chocolate, please ring us straight away. If your dog is seen within 4 hours of eating the chocolate, we can make him/her sick with an injectable drug & vastly reduce the chances of chocolate poisoning.

Avian (bird) flu outbreak in Dorset 12 Jan 2018: click here for more up to date information. Click here to look at the interactive live map & see if you are in the ‘high risk’ or ‘H5N6 prevention zone’. Click here to look at guidance. There are phone numbers to ring if you find a dead wild bird & if you suspect suspicion of bird flu.

Alabama rot – see here for further information.

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Bredy Veterinary Centre is in the friendly coastal town of Bridport, in picturesque west Dorset. We are an privately-run practice with our own emergency service 24/7 & aim to provide you with the best possible health care for your animals, large and small alike. We will endeavour to explain all the available treatments and care options clearly, and we will engage with you and treat your animals, as we would like ourselves and our animals to be treated. We take particular pride in our friendly and approachable staff. You can be sure that you will speak to and see one of our vets when you need to ring us in an emergency when the practice is closed.

We are an RCVS accredited practice, for both small animals (pets) and farm animals – this means that our practice has voluntarily undergone regular inspections by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. These inspections ensure the practice provides and maintains high standards of veterinary care in all aspects including veterinary & nursing care, hygiene, 24 hour emergency cover, staff training, facilities, management and health and safety.

The practice was founded in 1985 & expanded in 2012. The purpose-built practice doubled in size, creating a large reception and waiting room, an extra consulting room, new dog and cat wards, an isolation ward, a new diagnostic imaging room & 2 new operating theatres including a dental theatre. You can see images here.