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What is classed as essential pet care during the Coronavirus crisis?

In response to the latest government guidelines, we are now only open to patients that need essential care to avoid unnecessary suffering and to maintain animal welfare. In order to help you understand the best way to look after your pet please review the below Q&A. You can find our full COVID-19 Update here >…

Clent Hills Vets COVID-19 Update

The ongoing situation regarding COVID-19 is impacting all of us and in this time of uncertainty, we wanted to reassure you that providing care for our clients and their pets remains our top priority. We understand this is a worrying time for many of you, please know that our team is working hard to support…

How to care for your pets during the stay-at-home Coronavirus order

With stepped-up government measures in place and Coronavirus information changing daily, it’s no surprise pet owners are worried about their pets.  Firstly, it’s important not to panic. To date, there is no evidence confirming pets are a source of infection or can become sick from COVID-19 themselves.  Read the Government’s advice on self-isolation That said,…

Five tips for keeping your dog entertained whilst staying at home

Now that the government has introduced a ‘stay at home order’ for a huge proportion of the UK as part of the Coronavirus effort, many pet owners will be wondering how to keep their dog’s from getting ‘cabin fever’. We want you to know there are plenty of things you can do to keep your…

Love your pet this Valentine’s Day

As February 14th descends upon us once again the team at Clent Hills Vets are looking forward to a quiet weekend that’s free of Valentine’s based pet woe…   Make sure everyone stays loved up this year by following our head nurse Chrissie’s three top health tips for pets in Worcestershire:    Tip 1 There will…

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…