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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…

Our team Pledge a Patch for Wildflower Week

Each month or so, we like to give our team a little treat to say thanks for doing an amazing job. With it being National Wildflower Week at the start of May, we teamed up with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust to give everyone one of their Pledge a Patch Packs. Inside their packs, our team each…

Staff at Clent Hills Vets begin a wild Year of Volunteering

As well as loving your pets, we also love our team and that’s why we’ve launched a Year of Volunteering for all our staff. Gifting our staff with an extra day off to volunteer was the idea of our head vet & director, Alun Edwards. Alun was keen to do something extra for his staff…

Vet JT talks to local cat owners about behaviour issues and why some cats bite

Ever wondered why your cat can be loving towards you one minute and mount a seemingly vicious attack the next? Cat owners from across Worcestershire came to watch Vet JT deliver his recent presentation on cat behaviour and behavioural disorders and were treated to a thorough Q&A session that covered a variety of topics. With over…

How corrective surgery transformed this Boston Terrier’s life

This is Dinky, a teeny tiny Boston Terrier who is now full of life, however, this wasn’t always the case. As a young pup, Dinky was suffering from acute breathing difficulties synonymous with his breed’s characteristics – a short skull and flattened face. Although some pups go through life absolutely fine, some can develop a…

We are helping Worcestershire Wildlife Trust to protect our local wildlife

From bees to blooms, birds to bugs and from hedgehogs to hedgerows, the very essence of local wildlife needs our help too. As lovers of nature and all creatures great and small, this year we’re pledging our support to Worcestershire Wildlife Trust, an organisation that has been speaking out for nature since 1912. Bird populations…