5 Kidderminster Road
Monday to Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 9:30am - 12:00 noon
12 Kidderminster Road
Monday to Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 11:30am
165 New Road
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 6:30 pm
Saturday 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm
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Advocate® is a ‘spot on’ product, which is very effective in the treatment and prevention of fleas and other parasites on and in your dog. As well as killing fleas and their larvae it is effective against the most common external and internal parasitic problems your dog can acquire, with the exception of ticks and tapeworms.
Advocate® is one of the few products available for the treatment of Lungworm infections in dogs. Dogs can pick up Lungworm by eating larvae found in infected slugs and snails, from the ground or on their toys or fur. If left untreated Lungworm can be potentially fatal to your dog.
Drontal or Droncit will protect your dog against tapeworm, a parasite that if left untreated can damage your dog’s insides and be transmitted to humans.
Drontal or Droncit is a tablet that needs to be given every six months, from six months of age. Advocate® should be applied to your dog every 30 days. It’s a liquid pipette that is put on the back of your dog’s neck. Our nurses are always happy to apply your pet’s parasite treatments, give them a cuddle and record their weight for you.
Advocate® is a ‘spot on’ product, which is very effective in the treatment and prevention of fleas and other parasites on and in your cat. As well as killing fleas and their larvae it’s effective against most of the common external and internal parasitic problems your cat can acquire, with the exception of ticks and tapeworms.
Profender® is also a ‘spot on’ product, which is effective in the treatment of tapeworm, a parasite that if left untreated can damage your cat’s insides and be transmitted to humans.
Advocate® should be applied to your cat every 30 days, it’s a liquid pipette that is put on the back of their neck. Profender® should be applied to your cat every six months. Our nurses are always happy to apply your pet’s parasite treatments, give them a cuddle and record their weight for you.
E.cuniculi primarily affects rabbits and is a significant cause of disease, including kidney, eye and neurological disease. Occasionally it can be passed onto humans, especially if they are immuno-compromised (common with HIV and Cancer). Diagnosis can prove difficult sometimes and is often by process of elimination, however, once diagnosed we can provide a treatment called Panacur, which must be applied for 28 days.
Rabbits can catch two type of flea, the common cat flea and the larger rabbit flea, which is slower moving and will primarily sit around the rabbit’s ears and head. Other household pets can also be affected by rabbit fleas. Symptoms will include scratching of the neck and biting of the area around the base of the tail. Fleas can spread myxomatosis so treatment is very important, not only of the rabbit but also the environment. We can provide specially licensed products for fleas in rabbits that will treat your pet effectively.
Flystrike is very common in rabbits and occurs during periods of warm weather. This disease is extremely distressing and can prove fatal if left untreated, often the only option is euthanasia as this is the kindest thing to prevent the rabbit from suffering.
Cheyetiella is a skin mite that affects rabbits and is often referred to as ‘walking dandruff’ as it leaves areas of thick crusting and dandruff-like material on the skin. Rabbits can also be affected by ear mites that cause crusting and ulceration within the ear canals. The incidence of lice is relatively low in rabbits, but there will always be a risk. This is why it’s important that they are kept in a clean environment that is checked regularly.
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
Saved my little dog’s life.
There is not enough thanks that can be given to Jo the vet, the surgeon who operated and to all the nurses who cared for Lily overnight after suffering with a Pyometra.
You are all stars!Kirsty Halldearn, 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
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
First visit today with my poppy who is terrified of the vets and Barbara the vet was fantastic. Well pleased.Anne Herschell, Facebook
We love Clent Hills Vets because we have a range of animals that they always take the time and effort to check on. They are always very friendly and helpful and do a great job.Carl, Facebook
Absolutely brilliant place. Rarely take my cat to the vets unless he is really unwell as from previous experience I have a major distrust of their motives! Have been to Clent vets for the first time today with a poorly boy and it is totally different. Lovely place, we weren’t insured and you don’t feel like they’re playing on your love of your pet to bleed you dry! Would highly recommend.Esther Burgoyne, Google
Thank you so much to all of the staff at Clent Hills who have given so much love and care to our lovely Zhu Zhu (and us!) over the past 2 weeks, since she lost her leg. We can never thank you nor recommend you highly enough!Angela Kearn, Facebook