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Access to our Memorial Garden during building work starting January 15th

To our clients and friends of Clent Hills Vets, we must make you aware that from January 15th, for approximately 14 weeks, our Memorial Garden will unfortunately be closed for visiting. We apologise in advance for this, we understand how much this special place means to many of you, however, for safety reasons we must…

Hampers help homeless hounds and owners

We’re extremely proud to have collected well over one hundred shoe boxes before Christmas, to help homeless pet owners as part of a campaign organised by StreetVet. StreetVet was set up in London in 2016 to help provide veterinary support services to the homeless and their dogs. It now runs support programmes in 8 cities…

National Vet Award for our Bromsgrove Practice Manager

We’re delighted to share the news with you that our very own Bromsgrove practice manager & director, Rebekka Fiorani, has won a national award, beating off stiff competition from hundreds of other entrants. Rebekka was shortlisted by an independent panel of judges for the Best Practice Manager Award 2018 in September. Members of the public…

Chocolate danger to pets in Worcestershire

You may already know how toxic chocolate is to dogs, but it is also poisonous to cats and rabbits. Best to keep all chocolate out of their reach, but we have some advice in case they get their paws on it.

2018 Festive Opening Hours and Pet Safety Advice

It’s Christmassssssss!!  We wish you lots of fun and happiness over the festive period and hope you have a wonderful time with your pets. Remember to watch out for those festive hazards, such as mince pies, poinsettias and chocolates galore – see below for more pet safety advice. We’ll be providing our first-class veterinary care…

FESTIVE PET TIPS – Christmas treats your pet can have

You can include your pet in the festivities this Christmas, you just need to do it safely. So far we have talked about foods, drinks and plants that your pet should avoid. But are there any Christmas foods you can give your pet?     We do advise that dog and cat specific food and…

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