5 Kidderminster Road Bromsgrove Worcestershire B61 7JJ
Monday to Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 9:30am - 12:00noon
12 Kidderminster Road Hagley Worcestershire DY9 0QD
Monday to Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 11:30am
165 New Road Rubery Worcestershire B45 9JW
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.
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
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
Well where do i start! This time 2 weeks ago we were prepared to say goodnight to our very special Boy Buddy who was extremely poorly but with the love and dedication of Alan Barbara and girls he is almost back to his old self. I can not thank the team enough, it is their compassion that stands out, the girls on reception all make a fuse of him the nurses pop out to see him whilst waiting for Alan or Barbara. They are without a doubt Alan and his Angels 🙂 xxxCarol Wilde, Facebook
Clent Hills Vets, the best of Bromsgrove, we think so !!. Easy to find, free parking, great staff and great value for money, we wouldn’t go anywhere else.Leah T, 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
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
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 coatRachel, Facebook
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