COVID-19 Update Monday 6th April 2020

We are currently working with less members of staff in accordance with Government Guidelines and to protect you, our valued clients and hardworking team members. Therefore, things may take a little longer.

The following actions will really help us:

  • offering more services by phone
  • please do not turn up unannounced
  • social distancing must be exercised when arriving at the practice
  • no one is allowed in the reception area
  • paying by card NOT cash (in advance of visit where possible)
  • if you are self isolating – please do not come into the practice – phone us

The practice will now close at 5.00pm Monday – Friday until further notice.
Arrangements may change on a daily basis – please keep up to date via our Facebook page and website.

Thank you for your patience at this very difficult time.


We are committed to providing a high level of vet care to our patients and also their owners.

Based in Wordsley, Stourbridge West Midlands, we are an independent veterinary practice with a team of friendly approachable staff, dedicated to looking after the animals in our care. We offer complete health care for your pets, including vaccinations, parasite control & weight management.



Powis & Partners Veterinary Surgeons are approved by the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme as a Small Animal General Practice

We are a Compassion Understood Practice


Opening Hours

Weekdays – 8.30am-5.00pm
Saturdays – 9.30am-12.00pm
Sundays – CLOSED

Consultations are by appointment only, please call the surgery on 01384 372849 to book.

Emergency out of hours Vet Service – call Vets Now on 0121 422 7268

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St. Matthews Road, Birmingham B68 8AB

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