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Acupuncture

Dr. Hanna is now offering acupuncture at Brandywine's Greenville, Delaware office!

Lexie Hanna, VMD has been practicing acupuncture since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. Her interest in treating the whole patient in a caring and compassionate manner started prior to vet school, when she assisted a veterinary equine acupuncturist, who worked with race horses along the East Coast. The transformations were incredible.

Acupuncture is the insertion of tiny needles into specific locations along the body and has been used for thousands of years to treat painful conditions like arthritis and back pain. As our pets age, acupuncture can help them feel better and have more energy to live out the end of their lives gracefully. Dr. Hanna enjoys educating owners and working with them to come up with the optimal plan for a peaceful outcome, for both their pets and their family.

Please call to schedule an appointment in our Greenville office.

Covid-19 Update:

To all our valued clients;

The great news is that our Greenville location is now open on Mondays from 9 - 4, Tuesday 9 - 2, and 9 - 4 on Thursdays for appointments. Our Chadds Ford location is open from 9 - 8 MW and 9 - 4 Tue, Thurs, & Fri. We are still admitting all patients curbside at both locations.

Grooming is available in Greenville on Thursdays by appointment.

We look forward to seeing everyone soon!

Welcome to Brandywine Veterinary Hospital

Just like there’s only one of you, there’s only one of your pet. To ensure your pet is getting quality vet care to stay in optimal health, bring him to us at Brandywine Veterinary Hospital for all his healthcare needs. Here you’ll partner with our veterinarian to enhance the health and wellness of your pet. If you live in Chadds Ford, PA or the surrounding areas, we’re your one-stop location for quality pet care.  

Our Team

At Brandywine Veterinary Hospital, you’ll work with Dr. Bradley Grady and our veterinary team. We treat pets of all ages, breeds, and sizes, from traditional dogs and cats to small farm animals to exotic pets. Our team is composed of animal lovers who share your concern for the health and wellness of your pet. When you bring your pet to us, you can rest assured that he’s in good hands. Whether your pet needs a wellness exam, vaccinations, dental cleaning, or surgery, there’s no better place than Brandywine Veterinary Hospital to have these services done.

Services We Provide

Like people, pets need all kinds of medical services to keep them in good health. Our services range from preventative care to emergency pet surgeries and everything in between.

Wellness exams are a key component of our preventative care program. Wellness exams entail a nose to tail inspection of your pet’s body to include his joints, heart, and lungs to uncover signs of health issues. We also perform diagnostics to uncover internal health conditions. Parasite control, allergy, and dermatology services, nutritional counseling, and vaccinations are additional aspects of preventative care.

We offer annual dental exams and cleanings for cats and dogs to improve their oral health. Dental issues like tooth infections, abscesses, and periodontal disease can have a negative impact on your pet’s overall health. Periodontal disease alone can cause damage to his liver, heart, and kidneys. Professional cleanings are essential to keeping your pet’s teeth and gums healthy and sound.

Pet surgery is another specialty of our Chadds Ford, PA veterinarian. We offer spay and neuter surgeries, dental surgeries, orthopedic surgeries, tumor removal surgeries, and emergency fracture repair. We also offer laser therapy and Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy to help your pet heal naturally, so he can recover quicker from surgical procedures or injuries.

Visit Us in Chadds Ford, PA for Quality Veterinary Care

Professional veterinary care coupled with quality home care can keep your pet in good health from babyhood through his golden years. Having a family vet enables your pet to receive consistent, quality care as he ages. It also enables our vet to stay on top of your pet’s health to prevent major health issues. To schedule veterinary services for your pet, contact Brandywine Veterinary Hospital at 610-459-0500 today.

We would like to welcome Dr. Gregory Greene to our practice!


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Learn Who We Are

  • Bradley S. Gray
    VMD CCRP
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Gray is the second generation of veterinarians in his Family. His father Dr. Harry L. Gray started this practice in 1957. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Gray’s primary interests are in soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries. He is also certified in Canine Rehabilitation. He currently shares his home with two Black Labs, a Great Pyrenees cross and two cats.

  • Gregory Greene, DVM
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Greene is the newest member of the Brandywine Veterinary Team. He has two Lab Mixes named Bebe and Butters and three cats named Crazy Clyde, Lynx and Sammie. Hobbies include traveling, scuba diving, geocaching, Pokeman Go and Playstation. He also learning to play golf and guitar.

  • Debra L. Decker
    Office Manager

    Debra “Debbie” Decker has been part of the Brandywine Veterinary family for over 40 years! She has worn many hats here at the hospital and is our office manager and den mother. She currently takes care of eight cats.

  • Cindy Rowland
    Veterinary Technician

    Cindy is our head technician. She is the main surgical assistant, Laser Therapist and aids in the care of all of our medical cases. She has been in our company for 29 years! Cindy lives with three Labradors and a cat.

  • Brooke Chiapetta
    Veterinary Technician

    Brook has been with us for over 10 years! She left the human nursing world to help us take care of fuzzy creatures. She currently cares for a Mastiff/Boxer and a Puggle.

  • Kirstyn Tanner
    Veterinary Technician

    Kirstyn has been working with us for over 6 years! She is a veterinary technician and graduated from Harcum College. She has a Pit Bull, German Shepherd, a Yorkie and two cats at home as well as an African Desert Tortoise and a Red Tailed Boa.

  • Terri Burrell
    Receptionist

    Terri has been working with us for over 24 years! She is our Head Receptionist who has a Yorkie and two cats.

  • Harlee Baumgardner
    Receptionist

    Harlee has been with us for over 5 years. As with many of our employees her family has been coming here for over 40 years. She has two dogs and four cats.

  • Chris Brooks
    Receptionist

    Chris is our newest full time employee and according to her she has 'finally found her dream job surrounded by furry creatures.' She and her husband Jim love being with their two dogs, three cats, and a neighborhood skunk that they named Warren.

  • Taylor Scone
    Kennel Assistant

    Taylor has been an animal lover since birth. She has four dogs and is passionate about the well being of all animals. She plans on continuing to learn about animals so that she can try to make their lives better.

  • Abby Townsend
    Kennel Assistant

    Abby is a part of our kennel staff and cares for your fur babies while they stay with us. She is currently completing an online program to become a certified veterinary technician so that she can pursue her passion in working with animals.

  • Zoe Passarelly
    Kennel Assistant

    Zoe is currently a senior in high school and enrolled in the Veterinary and Equine Science program. She will be attending Delaware Valley University in the Fall of 2021 for Small Animal Science. She wants to pursue her career so that she can continue to work with and help animals.

  • Nina Zobel
    Kennel Assistant

    Nina is a high school student and would like to become a veterinarian. Her favorite part of work is seeing all the new and familiar furry faces every day. She has three dogs and two cats.

  • Yarlet Castaneda
    Kennel Assistant

    Yarlet is 20 years old and she is bilingual. She studied animal science in high school and lives with her ESA that she rescued from the ASPCA. In the future she wants to own an animal rescue and also has interest in becoming a homicide detective.

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We have been taking our pets to Dr. Gray for longer than I can remember.
    I now take my Simba to him and he absolutely loves the staff. We have seen different doctors there and have yet to have a bad experience. Highly recommend Brandywine Veterinary to anyone."
    Amanda H.
  • "I have never been more impressed with a vet. It's clear the staff really cares about my baby girl as much as I do. They've been so honest about what treatments are needed vs what would just be excess. Other vets I went to for an injury my pit had looked to get me to spend tens of thousands on a treatment with a poor prognosis. After one visit here, we found an inexpensive alternative and my dog is doing so much better! I know I can trust Brandywine vet completely!"
    Rachel S.
  • "We were long time (almost 20 year) patrons.... when we got our girl we tried to stay closer to home. Our care was good but not like at Brandywine.... I took our girl in for an orthopedic issue because Dr Gray is the best with orthopedic issues. They checked her out, looked at her leg and we chatted about spaying and will be back to get her spay and for all further visits! Brad Gray, Cindy (his assistant ) and everyone are tops... seeing everyone again was awesome... it was like going home!! Thank you All!!"
    Dawn C. S.

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Office Hours

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Brandywine Veterinary Hospital Chadds Ford Office

Monday:

9:00 am-8:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-8:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Second Saturday of Every Month 9am - 2pm

Sunday:

Closed

Brandywine Veterinary Hospital Greenville Office

Monday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed