We are Open: Due to current COVID we have had to make some alterations to how we work to keep everyone safe and ensure we remain open. We are allowing one person into the clinic for each consultation however we ask that you wear a mask while inside the building. We still request that after you notify staff of your arrival for the consult, please can you wait outside or in your car until the vet or nurse is ready for your appointment. If you wish to have multiple family members present for the consultation, or do not want to wear a mask, we can still see you however please be aware that your consultation will take place outside, in the curbside format we have been undertaking over the last year.
If you have any questions , please call our receptionists. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding.
With a hot summer on the horizon it's important to start making a plan for your small and squeaky pet. Rabbits and guinea pigs are at great risk of heat stroke in the summer months. In a wild situation they would regulate their body temperature through avoidance. Simply put, they disappear underground to a level that provides them with an appropriate temperature. When they cannot escape the heat they very quickly start to struggle. They do not sweat or pant as other animals d
Veterinary clinic visits can often be quite scary for some patients, causing them to be anxious and stressed. Our aim at Brudine is to reduce the amount of stress your pet feels coming into the building and consult room. We have dedicated cat and dog consult rooms and this helps reduce the anxiety and stress that can sometimes arise in response to smells. We have our cat consult room fitted with pheromone diffusers (Feliway) which is a synthetic copy of the Feline Facial Pher
I don’t think he can see right?? One of the joys of having a pet is gazing lovingly into big eyes that gaze back with just as much emotion. Quite a bit of time can be lost in this rather fabulous form of communication. But what if one day you noticed something was a bit off with that loving gaze? Eyes seem a bit glassy? Squinting? Red? Sore? What if the gaze isn’t quite focused on you or is jumping around a bit? What if your pet starts bumping into things? What if their gaze