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Clent Hills Vets Easter bank holiday weekend 2020 opening hours

Amy Holloway

Wishing everyone a Happy Easter from all the team still working here at Clent Hills Vets. We do miss seeing you all in person, and having cuddles with your lovely pets, but we hope you are all staying safe and well at home.

Since we announced our new Coronavirus-lockdown measures a couple of weeks ago we have been working really hard to ensure we can still provide essential and urgent pet care to those patients that need it, and be able to provide ongoing flea & worm protection products, medication, and food.

With the Easter weekend coming up, we have a few changes to our current opening hours as follows, Rubery & our Pet Fitness & Rehab Centre remain closed for the time being:


  • Phone & Email Advice
  • Telemedicine Consults for Essential Care
  • Pet Only Consults Where Needed
  • Emergency Care
  • Collections of Pre-Ordered Parasite Control, Medication & Food

Please read our COVID-19 Update before contacting us

Good Friday – 8am to 7pm
Saturday 11th – 9am to 5pm
Easter Sunday – Emergencies only
Bank Holiday Monday – Emergencies only
Tuesday 14th – Normal hours



  • Collections of Pre-Ordered Parasite Control, Medication & Food

Please read our COVID-19 Update to learn more about ordering and collecting products

Good Friday – 9am to 5pm
Saturday 11th – CLOSED
Easter Sunday – CLOSED
Bank Holiday Monday – CLOSED
Tuesday 14th – 9am to 5pm

If you have a pet health emergency over the bank holiday weekend, you can call us 24/7 on 01527 889810 for advice. If your pet needs to be seen, you will be asked to bring them to our Bromsgrove practice.

For our latest Coronavirus guidelines and advice, visit our COVID-10 Update page


We’ve also got some tips for Spring and to help you through the Coronavirus lockdown period:

What will your pet need if you are self-isolating?

Five tips for getting the most out of your dog’s walk

Five tips for keeping your dog entertained whilst staying at home

Mental health benefits of having a pet when you’re isolated

Make sure you don’t over walk your dog

Tasty and toxic Easter treats to keep well away from your dog

Springtime dangers all dog owners should watch out for

Spring health advice for rabbits in Worcestershire

Put a spring in your cat’s step with some advice from Clent Hills Vets

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