IMPORTANT: WE'LL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY 1st UNTIL MONDAY 6TH JUNE FOR THE PLATINUM JUBILEE BANK HOLIDAY: Please see our updated delivery page for full details.
We will match any price on the same product.
Next Day Delivery
Order before 2pm and select "Next working day". Applies Monday-Friday.
Free UK Delivery
All parcels sent by Royal Mail or Interlink Express. Deliveries can take up to 3 working days.
5* Customer Feedback
Ask the Experts
The Curadle Pet Brooder ICU (Intensive Care Unit) is the most advanced Care Unit for Sick and Newborn Animals. Popular with Veterinary practitioners and Breeders of Puppies - along with other species - this ICU offers all the features needed to successfully raise newborn animals or care for sick or injured animals.
There are many advantages of this specialist Pet Brooder over other products on the market. These include:
One of the main advantages of this Pet Brooder is that it can attach a Nebuliser to it which is great if you are caring for sick animals as the nebuliser attaches directly to the unit which pushes the medicine around the machine using a specialised fan.
The Pet Brooder includes some excellent features for maximising hygiene. It features a built-in Antibiotic/Deodorising air filter, a humidification system designed to eliminate germs from the water and a removable bottom tray for exceptionally easy cleaning.
Don’t know which brooder is right for your needs or the needs of your animal? Don’t know what the difference is between the units we do? Check out our comparison below to find the right brooder for you.
|Function / Model||Curadle Pet Brooder (Small)||Curadle Pet Brooder (Large)||Rcom Bird Brooder (Small)||Rcom Bird Brooder (Large)|
|Digital temperature & humidity display||•||•||•||•|
|Automatic control & setting for temperature & humidity||•||•||•||•|
|Built-in humidity pump||•||•||•||•|
|Nebuliser & Oxygen tank inlet||•||•||-||-|
|Centralised heating system||•||•||•||•|
|Alarm for abnormal high temperature||•||•||•||•|
|Removable brooding tray for ease of access and clean up||•||•||•||•|
|LED Interior light||5 stage dimmer||5 stage dimmer||10 stage dimmer||10 stage dimmer|
|Made from Anti-Microbial Plastics||•||•||•||•|
|Internal size (floor area)||W 410 x L400 x H 390 mm||W 610 x L400 x H 390 mm||W 410 x L400 x H 390 mm||W 610 x L400 x H 390 mm|
|Hygiene Features||Anti-microbial plastics, Negative ion generator|
|Dimensions||65cm x 47cm x 44cm High - Int Dims: 41.1cm x 40cm x 39cm High|
|Power Consumption||Typical 60 Watts|
|Power Supply||240v, 50/60Hz|
|Humidty Control||Automatic, Pump Included|
|Warranty||2 Years +|
|Instruction Manual||Download instructions here|
This item qualifies for FREE DELIVERY (excludes Northern Ireland, offshore islands and parts of Scotland)
If you need this item quickly, we also offer express delivery options. Items ordered after 2pm will be dispatched the following working day.
For full shipping and delivery information click here.
Although the two units look very similar, they do have quite significant difference. The Pet Brooder is designed for pets such as dogs, cats, rabbits and most small animals including wildlife such as hedgehogs. This is because such animals typically require higher levels of intensive care. So, the Pet Brooder is fitted with a nebuliser and/or oxygen connection.
The bird brooder is more suited to be used as rehabilitation unit for exotic birds such as falcons and parrots that may have become injured or sick or that have been abandoned and need a safe and warm environment in which to recover.
Both items offer a safe and warm environment. But the Pet Brooder has the option to attach additional oxygen and/or circulate vaporised medicine via a nebuliser.
|Just purchased this wonderful product for miniature dachshund puppies. We love the fact you can add oxygen and purified water for added ICU properties. Great design. We did LOTS of research and trialled one of these before buying. I love the internal light, removable tray, clear sliding window for superb visibility etc. Best we've seen and it has saved the lives of a couple of pups when the mother went back to the vets for complications.|