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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Every small mammal has different nutritional needs, so if you’re unsure of what to feed your pet, please feel welcome to talk to our vet nurses. Rabbits and guinea pigs need lots of hay to stay healthy, while rats can eat a varied fresh diet of scraps. You should always steer clear of muesli-type food, however, as it can cause numerous health problems.
If your pet spends time outdoors, there’s always the risk of escape or theft, so we strongly advise microchipping. Some people think it’s only possible for cats and dogs, but this isn’t the case. If you’d like advice about microchipping your rabbit or another small mammal, please contact our reception team.
Vaccination is essential for protecting your rabbit against myxomatosis (myxo) and viral hemorrhagic disease (VHD), both of which are horrible and can be fatal. If you have another small mammal and would like advice about vaccination and other methods of protection, please don’t hesitate to book an appointment with us so we can help.
vets therefore advise regular treatment to protect against them. Worms are less of a problem than for dogs or cats, but you still may like to know more, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch for a chat.
Neutering is another thing that many people assume isn’t suitable for small creatures, but this isn’t the case. In rabbits, it not only prevents extra bunnies to look after, but also helps avoid female rabbits developing uterine cancer. Want to know more? Get your pet booked in for a pre-op health-check.
Rabbits, rats and other small pets are famous for their teeth – and for good reason. A rabbit’s teeth grow at an average rate of 2mm per week, which means they need to chew lots of fibre-rich food to wear down their teeth and protect against health problems. A good diet should be enough to keep your pet’s teeth healthy, but if you have concerns, please do ask us.
Hiding places and simple games are essential for the wellbeing of small mammals like rabbits, rats and gerbils. Plastic tubing, cardboard rolls, boxes and wheels are among the various toys you can provide, depending on the type of pet you have. Just ask our nursing team for some tips.
So happy we chose Clent hills to help look after our dogs, staff are always really nice and friendly and give great easy to understand advice! Keep up the good work!Natalie Hayhurst, 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
What a great vets, you go there all worried and nervous for your pet and they put you right at ease. The treatment is first class and you can’t fault the staff they are lovely.Natalie S, Best of Bromsgrove
AMAZING! Lovely staff & fantastic vets!! Been to many vets with my dogs but literally the best in the area!!!Georgina Taylor, Google
Before we got our dogs I visited all the local vets and these guys were the only ones to give me really good advice and lots of information. So glad we chose them, I know whenever my fur babies need anything they are in the safest a of hands.N Hayhurst, Vet Help DIrect
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
Koby my chocolate lab had a small op on friday and was given lots of love from his favourite nurse emma. I walked in to get him and was told that the pair were inseparable!! He’s making a great recovery and sends lots of licks to his favourite nurse emma.Sarah Wheeler, Facebook
Thank you all so much for looking after Ollie today for his op and to the staff that helped me this morning when the little devil escaped from his basket he’s now back to his normal naughty loud self (thank goodness) you all do a fab job.Julie Owen, Facebook