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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All animals need to eat the right food to maintain a healthy body and mind. Certain ingredients will stop rodents’ teeth overgrowing and causing painful or life-threatening conditions.
To avoid stress and boredom, animals need to feel as normal as possible. For example, a rabbit will feel much better with a tub of soil to dig and a fruit-tree branch to gnaw on.
Animals that are naturally sociable, such as rabbits and guinea pigs, MUST be kept in pairs or groups of their own species. And if you don’t want a population explosion, you should consider neutering.
All creatures should have an interesting environment that’s big enough for running and jumping, with a variety of toys to climb or chew. We recommend putting treats inside a play ball to give them a mental and physical workout.
Small furries can go downhill very quickly if they become ill – so should be handled and checked twice a day. Symptoms that can indicate a serious problem include runny eyes, a runny nose, weight loss, drooling, wet fur around the mouth or rear, fur loss, soft droppings stuck to fur or small amounts of droppings.
If you spot any of these symptoms, please don’t hesitate to call to book an appointment. We’ve got a wealth of experience with rabbits and other small pets, so can set your mind at rest or recommend treatment.
Proper accommodation for your animal(s) and their housing.
For essential equipment and clinical treatments.
For handling and cleaning.
Including food, bedding, toys and vet treatments.
They may be around for less or more time than you expect.
Who will look after them whenever you’re away?
A cat could be a natural predator.
AMAZING! Lovely staff & fantastic vets!! Been to many vets with my dogs but literally the best in the area!!!Georgina Taylor, Google
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
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
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
Fantastic, helpful and very friendly, they looked after our puppy brilliantly.Denise Gauder, Google
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
First visit today with my poppy who is terrified of the vets and Barbara the vet was fantastic. Well pleased.Anne Herschell, Facebook
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