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
Unit 2, Rear of 24-26 Worcester Road Bromsgrove B61 7AE
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Mon & Fri 1:00pm - 6:30pm
Tues, Thurs & Sat 9:00am - 3:30pm
Weds 12noon - 7:00pm
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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.
I’d like to thank clent hills and who ever brought our jack Russell in who’d taken herself on a walk and was found, Thankyou so much for contacting us and finding her!Charlotte Pearman, Facebook
A huge thank you to Sophie who de-matted our cat Ethel last week, she is a very happy cat now and you made a great job of her coat…. Can’t thank you enough for looking after her and sorting out her problem. Clent Hills are so professional and really put their clients first, both ladies on reception were very professional and helpful and the vet who admitted Ethel was lovely. Thanks again.Melissa Stokes - Blakedown, Facebook
We’d just like to say a very big ‘THANK YOU’ to all the staff at Clent Hills Bromsgrove and Hagley. You have brought Bob safely through 2 major operations in the last 3 years and have always been supportive to us humans in working through the decisions to be made, and offering the highest level of care and concern to Bob during his ops and his recovery period. Thank you everyone! We know that things remain uncertain for his longer-term, but he is now pain free and able to still enjoy everything that he has always enjoyed.
Our other 2 dogs have only visited for routine health checks/ Vaccinations etc., thankfully, but they always receive a warm welcome and are both graduates of the wonderful Puppy Parties 🙂.
Thank you from the whole family <3Jayne De Rooy, Facebook
Thankyou so much for looking after my springer spaniel Jess after she had some teeth removed. Staff are lovely and I was really impressed that we had a phone call to check that she was OK. Thankyou.Jayne Woodfield, Facebook
I would definitely recommend you without a doubt, the care we receive is excellent. I’m able to just drop in and get over-the- counter general advice when I need it, and nothing seems too much trouble here. Plus, my dogs have always loved coming to this Vets!Beverley Stanton, Blog
Lovely vets and everyone is so helpful, calm and caring. Thank you and I would recommend you to others.Jack H, Best of Bromsgrove
We visited today for the first time, I can see why they are voted the best in Bromsgrove ! Lovely clean fresh facility, great idea to not only have a cat’s corner, but a cat only clinic! Barbara our vet was very compassionate, kind and genuine! Guinness loved her which means a lot to me as the last couple of times we have been to a vet’s my poor Guinn couldn’t stop shaking!! Lovely helpful Staff, very very clean premises and a lot cheaper than my previous place!!Katie W, Best of Bromsgrove
Super duper….Always happy with the service from Hagley branch. Recently had my mini Doxie neutered and he is doing fab xxAbi mark Garvey, Facebook