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12 Steps of responsible pet ownership PART 3 – General Wellbeing

Making sure your pet is comfortable and happy may sound like they should be ‘a given’, but you’d be surprised how many pet owners go about their busy lives and leave little time for their pets. April is National Pet Month, and to highlight responsible pet ownership, we’ve put together a list of 12 things…

12 Steps of responsible pet ownership PART 1 – From the Beginning

April is National Pet Month and is all about promoting responsible pet ownership, so we’ve put together a list of 12 things we think make a responsible pet owner. In Part 1, we’re going to cover some of the essentials from when you pick your new pet up – microchipping, pet insurance, car safety, socialisation…

Pet Anxiety Month: How to help your best friend cope

March is Pet Anxiety Month, so we’re taking this opportunity to raise awareness among pet owners in Worcestershire. But of course, your pet can be affected by worries or fears all year round. A huge 85% of dogs in the UK are distressed by being apart from their owners for long periods of time, according…

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…

Miniature Dachshunds hit the hydrotherapy pool in a bid to lose weight

Ted and Sausage have been on a diet since last October however unlike Ted, Sausage is having trouble shedding any weight…in fact, she’s heavier now than when she started. In a bid to kickstart her weight loss, Sausage took to the hydrotherapy pool! Swimming is proven to help some dogs lose excess weight and strengthen…

Dogs Diesel and Vinnie receive acupuncture therapy for chronic pain

Veterinary Acupuncture is a progressive and beneficial treatment for a range of conditions including arthritis, hip dysplasia, bowel disorders, IVDD – Intervertebral Disc Disease, nerve trauma, skin conditions, behavioural issues and more. Clent Hills Vets can now offer acupuncture to pets alongside their current treatment plan, thanks to Veterinary Acupuncturist, Laura Buckey. Two dogs in particular…