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Free Open Day Event at Pet Fitness and Rehab Centre in Bromsgrove

Clent Hills Pet Fitness & Rehabilitation Centre opened in May this year and has been extremely popular with pets and owners. Almost six months on, we feel now is the perfect time to show off our exciting new venture to the pet-loving public with a Free Open Day Event on Saturday 10th November. Our new…

August Bank Holiday Opening Hours

It’s Bank Holiday time again and we hope you’ve got something fun planned with your furry, feathered or scaly companion. We’re giving most of our team a bank holiday break too and will have just our Bromsgrove Reception and our central phone lines open during the Monday morning – 01527 889810. Feel free to pop…

May Bank Holiday Opening Times

It’s bank holiday time again, but this time, we recommend packing raincoats for your adventures! Also, with the thunder and lightening, we recommend steering clear of the trees and providing shelter for any animals normally kept outside. For your indoor pets, close the curtains and crank the TV or radio up to drown out those…

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…

Easter bank holiday opening times 2018

Happy Easter Everyone! Please see below our practice opening hours over the Easter period. As always, if you have an emergency, you can call our 24/7 Pet Care helpline on 01527 889810. We hope you have a safe and happy Easter! Top 10 Foods and Plants that could harm your pet this Easter   Bromsgrove…

Dogs on diets: Ted and Sausage attend their post-Christmas weigh-in

I thought I’d leave Ted and Sausage’s post-Christmas weigh-in until the end of January to help these two food-centric miniature Dachshunds lose a bit more weight after the festive break, during which they did have a drop of Pawsecco and doggy popcorn…well it was Christmas! So, at weigh-in number 4, Ted did not disappoint! At…

Too much toe fur gets miniature Dachshund Ted into trouble

As an unusually soft wire-haired miniature Dachshund, Ted is a regular at Clent Hills Vets with complaints relating to his paws. Ted’s super-soft fur grows super long between his toes and he’s not a fan of having it trimmed. Sometimes it gets so matted with grit and grime from his many adventures that not even…

Keep dogs in Worcestershire safe from Alabama Rot

Alabama Rot, also known as ‘cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy’ (CGRV), is a rare but potentially fatal disease of dogs. Although Alabama Rot is very rare in the UK, there has been a recent spate of cases, and it is worth checking your dog regularly for symptoms. Don’t hesitate to contact the team at Clent…