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COVID-19 FAQ’s

 

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

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Opening Hours

Weekdays – 8.30am-6.00pm
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

VetsNow, PDSA Clinic
St. Matthews Road, Birmingham B68 8AB

🐾🐾 HAPPY FRIDAY TO ALL OUR FURRY, FEARTHERY AND SCALEY PATIENTS, AND OF COURSE TO THEIR EVER FAITHFUL COMPANIONS 🐾🐾🧡🧡 Hope the week has been good to you. 🧡🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
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💊💻ORDERING ONLINE REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS 💊💻You can also order:🐾 Food🐾 Wormers and flea treatments (**See Below)🐾 A written prescription**Wormers and flea treatments can be ordered online if your pet has been examined by a Vet within the last 12 months.💥 Please note:💥If a vet has authorised a repeat prescription, the maximum time period without a further examination, is usually 6 months, but this may vary in accordance with the Vet’s instructions. It is important for the weight and health of your pet to be regularly monitored to ensure the correct medication and dosage is continued. 💥 Timescales: 💥🐾 Requests placed by midnight on Monday will be available for collection after 2pm on THURSDAY.🐾 Requests placed by midnight on Tuesday will be available for collection after 2pm on FRIDAY.🐾 Requests placed by midnight on Wednesday will be available for collection after 2pm on MONDAY.🐾 Requests placed by midnight on Thursday will be available for collection after 2pm on TUESDAY.🐾 Requests placed after midnight on Thursday to midnight on Sunday will be available for collection after 2pm on WEDNESDAY.🐾 Please supply all relevant information and place one form submission per pet🐾 If you have more than one pet you need to order medication for, you should submit one form for each pet. 🐾 If there are any problems we will contact you.See our website for further details and the online ordering form.powisvets.co.uk/repeat-prescriptions.html ... See MoreSee Less
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🍂🍂 ARE CONKERS POISONOUS? 🍂🍂🎃 Conkers are not only poisonous but they can also pose a choking hazard and intestinal obstruction if your dog eats them.🎃 Conkers are seen in abundance from September onwards and are a sign that Autumn is here 🍂🎃 While the spikey outer casing may not be appealing, once this drops off and the smooth conker emerges, dogs can be tempted to pick them up and try to eat them.🎃 The green spikey outer casing can also hurt your little ones paws if they step on them.🎃 The Horse chestnut tree's bark, leaves and flowers are all toxic.🎃 While poisonings are rare they can cause vomiting and diarrhoea to our furry companions.🎃 Other signs to look out for include:⚠ Loss of appetite⚠ Drooling⚠ Restlessness⚠ Dehydration⚠ Abdominal pain⚠ Muscle Tremours⚠ Constipation If you are concerned that your companion may have eaten a conker, please call The Powis & Partners Surgery for advice. 🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂🍂 ... See MoreSee Less
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💥💥 FOUND COLLIE 💥💥 NOW BACK HOME ❤❤Thank you for sharing ❤A member of the public has brought this little guy into Powis & Partners where he will be staying the night.He was found around the Ansculf Estate by the canal in Clockfields.Please call Powis & Partners on 01384 372849 if he belongs to you or anyone has any information about him, the practice line will close at 6pm, please do not call after this time as it is the emergency service line to Vets Now who will not know anything about this, normal lines will reopen at 8.30 in the morning. He will have been given food and water and a cosy kennel for the night. ... See MoreSee Less
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