5 Kidderminster Road
Monday to Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 9:30am - 12:00noon
12 Kidderminster Road
Monday to Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 11:30am
165 New Road
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday 12:00noon - 2:30pm
Rear of 24-26 Worcester Road
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Rabbits are intelligent and have their own distinct personalities, requiring plenty of stimulation to prevent them becoming bored or stressed.
Domestic rabbits need to be able to express natural behaviours – plastic tubing and cardboard rolls can be used as tunnels whilst boxes and platforms provide areas where rabbits can survey their surroundings.
Rabbits require hiding places for when they are startled, and containers full of soil to practice their digging skills. There are now a huge variety of specific bunny toys available – for more information talk to one of our team.
Due to their sociable nature, pet rabbits should be kept in pairs – if you have any concerns about the possibility of a pair of rabbits leading to lots of little rabbits, please talk to us about neutering.
People often think that the perfect companion for their rabbit is a guinea pig – this can be risky as rabbit’s can often bully guinea pigs and this is an easy way for disease to spread.
It is incredibly important to make sure your rabbit interacts with people from a young age. Being familiar with humans will help your pet develop into a confident and friendly adult rabbit. It is also important to remember, rabbits are not used to being lifted of carried and this can be distressing for them – try and interact with your pet on ground level wherever possible.
It is crucial to feed your rabbit correctly to maintain their digestive health and avoid dental problems.
A rabbit’s teeth grow continuously at a rate of 2mm per week. Therefore, they must chew enough fibre to prevent the overgrowth of teeth and any health complications that can follow.
It is a common misconception that Muesli style feed provides a balanced diet – rabbits tend to pick out the tastiest bits and leave some of the most nutritionally valuable food behind. In order to avoid this, feed your rabbit quality pellet food, as this is the most nutritious.
Your rabbit should also have access to hay and grass to provide essential fibre and a variety of fresh vegetables should be offered daily.
A safe and cosy hutch is the perfect place for your rabbit to bed down but this needs to be accompanied by a spacious run. This run should allow your rabbit room to complete at least 3 full hops and stand up comfortably on their back legs.
Rabbits can also pick up parasites, such as ear mites and fleas, which can easily be treated. Grooming your rabbit, cleaning their hutch regularly and keeping their fur clean and dry is essential to avoid ‘fly strike’, which is a potentially fatal condition.
Our nurses are always on hand to give advice and information on all aspects of your rabbit’s healthcare, for further information call us today or book an appointment to see one of our nursing team.
From day one Clent Vets has been truly amazing. Highly recommend. They just can’t do enough for you. Amazing service, small touches that really make the difference.Vicki Styles, Facebook
I recently registered my cat Custard here and booked her in to be spayed and microchipped. I’m glad I chose this practice, everyone is so nice and caring and communicated every step of the way – even asking me whether I wanted them to operate through her side or tummy (apparently on this breed some owners don’t want a scar on the side). I was pleasantly surprised to receive a follow up call today to check how Custard wasClare Foster, Facebook
Today was one of the most heartbreaking days Mark and I have endured. Thank you to the receptionist and the Vet Laura for your kindness dealing with two emotional wrecks. I can’t imagine what your waiting clients thought but we know we made the right decision for Suki who gave us fifteen years of love and companionship. We’re grateful for your kindness and patience.Julie Houghton, Facebook
Excellent vets. Been going there for years and they always look after my animals brilliantly. Their prices are very fair as well. I recommend them to everyone who will listen!Becky Winmill, Facebook
Thank you once again for the excellent care you have given to Willow during and after her TPLO surgery, as always from reception staff, nurses and vets you all show such a genuine care for the animals that are with you and patience with me and my phone calls and questions. Can’t thank you enough 🙂Sharon Edwards, Facebook
Can’t speak highly enough of Clent Hills. My dog recently had a really bad tick infestation. I rang them at midnight as I was really concerned for my dog – they calmed me down and saw her at 1.00am! Wouldn’t dream of going anywhere else.Laura U, Best of Bromsgrove
Thank you to everyone who looked after Henry since yesterday. He is absolutely zonked at home but very comfortable. You are the best vets in the world!!!Claire, Vet Help DIrect
Very caring vets, we were treated with great care and respect when our ferret was dying. Brilliant people and service 🙂Tracey Tisdell, Facebook