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FREE Pet First Aid Webinar from Clent Hills Vets

We’re delighted to bring you our first-ever online event for FREE, and we’re pretty sure it’ll be a popular topic if our past face-to-face events are anything to go by. On Thursday 30th July at 7:30 pm, you can learn Basic Pet First Aid for Dogs, Cats & Rabbits, with RVN and Pet First Aider,…

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. Post Updated 29.04.20 You can find our full COVID-19…

Pet First Aid Workshop 13th October

Following the success of our Pet First Aid Event earlier this year, and after listening to the feedback, we’re going to be holding our first ever Pet First Aid Workshop on Sunday October 13th, with Emily Ashdown RVN, physiotherapist and pet first aid trainer. Places are limited to 16 so we suggest booking fast to…

Pet owners keen to learn first aid in Worcestershire

For a second year running, our Pet First Aid Event was fully booked days before the event was due to be held, proving that this subject is still as popular as ever with local pet owners. The evening was presented again by Emily Ashdown, an experienced RVN (Registered Veterinary Nurse), pet physiotherapist and first aid…

How to check your pet’s normal health vital signs

Following on from our recent Pet First Aid Event, we asked Emily Ashdown RVN, pet physiotherapist and experienced pet first aider, to explain how to understand the normal vital signs of cats and dogs. It’s much easier to spot when something is wrong, if pet owners know what is ‘normal’ for their pet. This is…