Clent Hills Vets - Hagley

12 Kidderminster Road
West Midlands


Clent Hills Vets is dedicated to providing high quality healthcare for your pets

We're your local independent, small animals veterinary practice with surgeries in Bromsgrove and Hagley

You will find our long-established veterinary team friendly and approachable, and highly experienced in preventative healthcare as well as treating illness and injury

After a visit to one of our practices, we believe you won’t find a more caring, compassionate and dedicated team of veterinary surgeons, nurses and support staff anywhere else. 6,000 local pets agree!

TLC Club

Exclusive care for your best friend - Join our TLC club and benefit from reduced fees whilst being able to budget monthly for your pet's routine health bills.

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Opening times

Day Opens Closes
Monday 8:00 am 7:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am 7:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am 7:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am 7:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am 7:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am 12:00 pm
Sunday Closed Closed

Clinic reviews

5 Stars - 26-02-2015 - Abi

I've owned lots of animals over the years (mostly cats) so finding a vet practice has always been top of my agenda. With a few failed attempts over the years I. Egan to lose faith. Having recently become the owner of a pedigree dog (my first ever dog) It was really paramount that I find the best in my area and I certainly have. My puppy is still young 9months old (and we've had a few problems since owning him) but the service to date has been Impeccable....First class. Would highly recommend

5 Stars - 22-10-2014 - Verona

They listen to the pet parent. They respect the animal, and do what is best for the animal and not for their profits. When I moved away, I kept my first cat registered at Clent Hills for check ups and non emergency appointments, and had a local vet for emergencies. When we were looking to move, I was really pleased my husband was happy to move back nearer to my Vet. I cannot speak highly enough of them: when my first cat had incurable cancer, Rod came in on his day off to put him to sleep to save my cat more many Vets would do that?