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The benefits of physio and hydrotherapy for an arthritic cat

You might think that swimming or anything to do with water, just isn’t for your typical cat. So it might surprise you to learn that some of our regular swimmers at our fitness & rehab centre are indeed of the feline variety! Learn all about brave Liberty, who has taken the hydrotherapy treadmill and pool…

Honouring the work of ‘super dogs’ with our two chosen charities

This year we’ve decided to choose not one, but two charities, both of which we think are pretty special, and we think you will too. From April 2019 we’ll be supporting Medical Detection Dogs and Therapy Dogs Nationwide; both charities train ‘super dogs’ to use their extraordinary abilities to enrich, and in some cases save…

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…

Teamwork ensures pets receive the best rehab treatment

Here at Clent Hills Pet fitness and Rehabilitation Centre we pride ourselves in the broad range of complementary services we are able to offer your pets. We are one of the only rehab centres in the Midlands to have physiotherapists, hydrotherapists and vets working alongside each other. If your pet requires rehabilitative treatment, here’s how…

Life-saving blood transfusion for dog diagnosed with IMHA

In October 2017, Sasha the Doberman was a healthy, energetic three-year old dog – the centre of her owners’ world. Then, on 20th October her owners Paul and Jane, noticed she was not her usual self and on Saturday morning she didn’t jump up onto their bed, as she normally would. Growing increasingly concerned Paul…