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About Windrush Veterinary Services

Our Veterinary Hospital Serving Brantford, Burford, and Paris

Windrush has been pleased to serve the families of Brantford and surrounding areas for over 30 years.

Dr. Crombie established Windrush to be a clinic that cared for all types of pets. That’s why on any given day in our waiting room, you can find furry, feathered, and scaled pets of all shapes and sizes!

The staff at Windrush also donate their time and skills to provide medical care to sick and injured wildlife within Brant County. They work within the Brant County Wildlife Foundation and under the laws of the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Along with our passion for wildlife rehabilitation, Windrush also works closely with Change for Paws – a local non-profit organization that assists stray/feral felines in Oxford County and surrounding areas.

At our vet hospital, we strive to provide optimal and unified preventative care of all of our patients. The relationships we build with our clients allow us to become their resource for support and education that lasts for generations to come.

Meet our dedicated team!




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