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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The teeth of these species grow continuously throughout their lives. If incorrectly cared for, this growth can cause the development of sharp spurs which can cut into their gums and tongue. This growth is naturally managed and prevented by providing a natural high fibre diet with unlimited grass, good quality hay and chew toys to gnaw on as these promote natural tooth wear, keeping teeth at the right length.
Ferrets are prone to breaking canine teeth, this is usually caused by chewing on cages. This damage can expose sensitive pulp cavities and can cause infection. If this occurs, it is vital to seek veterinary help as soon as possible.
Bearded dragons’ teeth are rooted directly into the bone, which (if not properly cared for) can cause inflammation and infection of the bone. Regular cleaning is recommended to prevent these problems from developing.
These pets are particularly vulnerable to mouth rot. This is caused by bacteria entering the mouth through abrasions but is also influenced by housing conditions, which are not ideal for the specific species.
Symptoms include thickened saliva, yellow plaque and swelling of the mouth or face. This is a serious condition, which requires urgent veterinary attention.
Fantastic, helpful and very friendly, they looked after our puppy brilliantly.Denise Gauder, Google
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
Very caring vets, we were treated with great care and respect when our ferret was dying. Brilliant people and service 🙂Tracey Tisdell, Facebook
Thank you all so much for caring for Storm today whilst he was in for his little op. Once again, 5* service all round xBeverley Stanton, Facebook
Thank you so much to all the wonderful staff at Clent Hills Vets who have been fantastic with my Guinea Pig Martha over the last few weeks. Not only that but they have been very reassuring and not once dismissed my worry over her. She’s back home today after a procedure to flush her bladder and is currently munching away on her hay so is doing really well. See you all again in a few days for her post op checkup!Gemma Mallett, Facebook
Such a wonderful vets with caring staff. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.Rachael Tye, Facebook
Lovely vets and everyone is so helpful, calm and caring. Thank you and I would recommend you to others.Jack H, Best of Bromsgrove
The best vets I have been to by far…They looked after our dog harvey right up to the end and us too…We now take our puppy archie there as we know he will be treated with the same professional manner wonderful people.Carol Gracie, Facebook