Clent Hills Vets
Written by alexmetcalfe on May 2, 2019
Clent Hills Vets
What we know about Clent Hills Vets
Clent Hills Vets is a rapidly growing company with multiple clinics and even a pet fitness and rehabilitation centre that includes hydrotherapy for your much loved pets.
The practice manager for their Bromsgrove surgery won the Veterinary Manager of the year award 2018 in the National Vet Awards and their Rubery practice has been nominated for several awards in the 2019 nominations.
The reviews on their social media channels are consistently great. Here is one by Aimée Morgan on the Clent Hills Vets Bromsgrove Facebook page that had our editing team shedding a tear or two!
About the company
Clent Hills Vets is a well-equipped small animals veterinary practice with clinics in Bromsgrove, Hagley and Rubery, as well as a Pet Fitness & Rehabilitation Centre in Bromsgrove also.
We care for over 8,000 pets within Worcestershire and the West Midlands and accept referrals from across the country. Independently owned since 1996, Clent Hills Vets employs a long-established team who are highly skilled and experienced in preventative healthcare as well as treating illness and injury. Become part of the Clent Hills Vets family and you won’t want to take your pet anywhere else.
WHY CHOOSE US?
- Friendly & approachable
- Affordable pet care
- Cat friendly clinics
- TLC Pet Club
- Pet Fitness & Rehab Centre
- Weekend appointments
- 24-hour emergency care
- Home visits available
- Excellent in-patient care
Clent Hills Vets in Pictures
The history of Clent Hills Vets
Our head vets, Rod Stroud and Alun Edwards, first opened the doors to Clent Hills Vets back in 1996. Here’s how their story began…
Rod Stroud emigrated to the UK from South Africa in April 1989, having spent his previous years as a locum and training as a vet student. Rod qualified with a BSC in Zoology and Ecology, and got to practice veterinary medicine on mainly ostriches, sheep, horses, goats and cattle.
In the early 90’s, Rod joined a long-established, independent veterinary practice in Bromsgrove called The Overtons, which is where he met Alun who was working there as a locum.
Alun Edwards qualified from Liverpool Vet School in July 1986 with BVSc honours, and worked for The Overtons for around 6 years in total, with a short break working for drug company Pfizer Animal Health.
How to contact
By phone: 0121 516 0301
On T’interweb: clenthillsvets.co.uk
And finally by one of those fancy digital telegrams: [email protected]