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Windrush Veterinary Services
26 6th Concession
Brantford, ON N3R 0B8

** Please note that while we have a Brantford address, we are located in Burford ON. Our address doesn't work well in standard GPS. When searching, please type "Windrush Veterinary Services" directly instead of the address. Visit our directions page for specific directions.

Phone: (519) 449 5080

Fax: (519) 449 5768

Email: [email protected]

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "We are extremely pleased with the professional care that Whiskey Jack has always received.

    The follow up calls to answering questions and making pet care recommendations has always been greatly appreciated. All the staff at Windrush are very knowledgeable and great with pets. Thanks for all your loving care of our pets."
    Mike & Lynda Symons
  • "I have been going to Windrush for 6 years now with my guinea pigs and rabbit. They are experienced in exotic care, which is hard to find. The staff as a whole is very knowledgeable, helpful and kind. I enjoy the friendly atmosphere and truly appreciate all the hard work and dedication that goes into caring for my pets. I would recommend Windrush to everyone, but especially to those with small exotic pets!"
    Abby K.
  • "We've been clients of Windrush for the past 20 yrs. Being animal lovers, we desire the best care for our pets at the most affordable cost. I can attest to the outstanding quality of service. They’ve been there with us through thick & thin, providing excellent care/treatment for our furry family. They’ve 'fit us in’ when there have been emergencies & provided regular care from birth to the geriatric years. They have even cried with us as we’ve said goodbye to pets that have touched our hearts."
    Rennie Family
  • "All of our experiences at Windrush have been positive. We are always treated like family when we come in for nail trims and check-ups. When we are feeling sick, the staff at Windrush always manage to squeeze us in to see a doctor that day. We love the friendly and caring atmosphere there. The doctors and veterinary technicians know that we are nervous bunnies, and they handle us in a calm and professional way. Thank you to the entire staff at Windrush for taking such good care of us!"
    Beaudoin Bunny Crew

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