Welcome to Bruton Vets in Somerset

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Bruton Vets is a small and friendly country veterinary practice, specialising in small animal medicine and also offering equine services.

Known for our compassion and dedication we provide a caring veterinary service for all our pet patients. If you would like to register with us or book an appointment please call Bruton Vets on 01749 813291.

Bruton Veterinary practice provides a veterinary service for the areas of Bruton, Shepton Mallet, Frome, Warminster, Evercreech, Castle Cary, Ansford, Batcombe, Upton Noble, Wincanton, Mandeville-Lovington area, Westbury, Trowbridge, Oakhill, Radstock, Gillingham , Nunney, Nunney Catch, Sparkford, West Camel, Galhampton, Alhampton, Ditcheat, Pilton, Templecombe and Mere.

We are also the first practice to offer the revolutionary new and cutting edge service – Stem Cell Therapy – for the treatment of arthritis and other degenerative illnesses and injuries in your pets.

Save money, spread the cost

For a small monthly fee your pet will get all the essential preventative treatments and 10% OFF all your veterinary bills.

Pet Health Club

Joining our Pet Health Club is a great way to spread the cost of essential treatments to keep your pet healthy and to save money on any bills at the practice as soon as you join.

Need help paying your vet bills?

carefreecredit-logoThrough our providers, CarefreeCredit, we can offer you INTEREST FREE payment options for your vet bills (anything from £500 to £25,000).

You can apply online in practice, or at home, the application takes 3 minutes to complete, the decision is instant and treatment can begin immediately after approval. You spread the cost of your bill over 12 months with no interest payable, your pet gets the gold-standard treatment they deserve, and we get paid automatically by CarefreeCredit. Quick, simple, minimum fuss!

What we’ve been up to

WARNING: Graphic Image of Surgery

Some of you may have seen this boy before, this is "Bin"one of our nurses dogs.

2 months ago Bin suddenly became very unwell and needed to come in for a check up with one of our vets. As he was very poorly some further investigations were needed in the form of a full blood test and an abdominal ultrasound to find out what was wrong. This showed us that Bin had a 10cm by 8cm lump attached to his spleen and had more than likely suffered a small rupture that had made him anaemic and soo poorly. At this point it was not know whether this was a cancerous or benign lump.

Bin is 14 years old so it was now a decision as to whether to operate or not and as Bin was not strong enough for surgery at this stage, it was decided to stabilise him first on an intravenous drip and medications before making a decision.

With the help of these medications and round the clock nursing by his mum, Bin improved day by day and the decision was made to opt for surgery (as there was a high risk of further bleeding). As you can see from the picture the splenetic mass was very large and had a rich blood supply attached to it, but our vet Charlotte was able to remove the mass completely along with his spleen, (which luckily dogs can function without.)

The mass was sent off for histology and it has thankfully shown that the mass was benign and therefore should cause no other problems in the long term. Bin is now doing very well and is back to his usual noisy self with no further problems!
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WARNING: Graphic Image of Surgery

Some of you may have seen this boy before, this is Binone of our nurses dogs. 

2 months ago Bin suddenly became very unwell and needed to come in for a check up with one of our vets. As he was very poorly some further investigations were needed in the form of a full blood test and an abdominal ultrasound to find out what was wrong. This showed us that Bin had a 10cm by 8cm lump attached to his spleen and had more than likely suffered a small rupture that had made him anaemic and soo poorly. At this point it was not know whether this was a cancerous or benign lump. 

Bin is 14 years old so it was now a decision as to whether to operate or not and as Bin was not strong enough for surgery at this stage, it was decided to stabilise him first on an intravenous drip and medications before making a decision. 

With the help of these medications and round the clock nursing by his mum, Bin improved day by day and the decision was made to opt for surgery (as there was a high risk of further bleeding). As you can see from the picture the splenetic mass was very large and had a rich blood supply attached to it, but our vet Charlotte was able to remove the mass completely along with his spleen, (which luckily dogs can function without.)

The mass was sent off for histology and it has thankfully shown that the mass was benign and therefore should cause no other problems in the long term. Bin is now doing very well and is back to his usual noisy self with no further problems!

 

Comment on Facebook

Wow 😳 well done all at Bruton vets. Glad to hear noisy bin is back to his normal self 🤗

Omg glad he's back to his normal self. X

Poor chap, glad he's doing well xx

Soo glad to hear hes Well xxx

3 weeks ago

Bruton Veterinary Practice

The totals are in for our Buy 1 Give 1 Campaign!!!
In the month of July we have provided 5 Rabies Injections to dogs in Nepal, we have neutered 2 dogs in Nepal and provided 1 goat to family in Kenya! Hopefully we can continue this great work into August and give back even more!
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Molly visited the practice yesterday after she was shaking her head and wasn’t quite right. After closer inspection by the Vet, it was discovered that Molly had a grass seed in her ear canal. We removed this swiftly and she is now back to her happy self with a very waggy tail! ... See MoreSee Less

Molly visited the practice yesterday after she was shaking her head and wasn’t quite right. After closer inspection by the Vet, it was discovered that Molly had a grass seed in her ear canal. We removed this swiftly and she is now back to her happy self with a very waggy tail!

Please everyone in Bruton keep your eyes peeled for Billy! 😺MISSING CAT

Billy, a 1 year old tabby cat with a red collar, is still missing! He's been gone for over a week now from Townsend close. Please please could you check garages and out buildings and keep an eye out. Thank you very much.
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Please everyone in Bruton keep your eyes peeled for Billy! 😺

Did you know that it is common for Tortoiseshell cats to be female? Earlier this morning, we had 9 week old Tigger in for her 1st vaccination and it turns out that Tigger is indeed a little girl ! ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know that it is common for Tortoiseshell cats to be female? Earlier this morning, we had 9 week old Tigger in for her 1st vaccination and it turns out that Tigger is indeed a little girl !

 

Comment on Facebook

Aww cute. Only genetic mutations allow male, so all torti cats female or chimera I think. But super cute either way x

Look at that face 😂😂😂 Me every morning lol

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Location & opening hours

25 High Street, Bruton, Somerset. BA10 0AH

Mon, Wed, Fri 8:30am to 6:00pm
Tue & Thu 8:30am to 7:00pm
Sat 9:30am to 12:30pm
Sun CLOSED

Free Parking

Free Parking Bruton vets*** UPDATE: Our free parking spaces are currently unavailable during our surgery refurb ***

Free off street parking is available to all our clients at the back of the surgery.
Look for the Bruton Vet parking signs at the back of the clinic.

Register with us

Are you new to Bruton Veterinary Practice? Thinking of registering your pet?  

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Getting started couldn’t be easier. Visit our registration page to find out more.

Who’ll look after your pet

Meet Stewart

Stewart is Petcare Founder and Director of Veterinary Services for our group.

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Meet Charlotte

Charlotte join Bruton Vets in August 2010, after graduation from the University of Edinburgh.

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Meet Rosy

Rosy graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2012. She joined Bruton Vets in 2017 and has a particular interest in small animal medicine, and ultrasound scanning.

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Meet Michaela

Michaela has been at the Bruton practice since 2011 and is a qualified clinical coach.

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Meet Amy

Amy has been working at Bruton Veterinary Practice since September 2009.

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Meet Sophie

Sophie Hull is currently a Student at Lynwood School of Veterinary Nursing, and is working towards her qualification as an RCVS Veterinary Nurse.

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Careers with us

We’re always on the look out for caring, experienced, highly-motivated people to join our friendly team here at Bruton Vets.

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