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Welcome to Special Friends
Animal Medical Centre

Opening Hours
Monday - Friday 8.30am to 6.30pm
Saturday 9am to 1pm
Sundays & Public Holidays - Closed

Welcome to Special Friends Vets in Redditch

We were the first Royal College accredited practice in Redditch 

If you are looking for experienced and compassionate vets to provide your pet with individual care and attention, then Special Friends Animal Medical Centre is the veterinary practice for you.

In a world of corporate companies, it’s hard to find the personal service you are looking for.

Enter our friendly practice with a warming welcome. We are an independent family run practice, so you know that your pet is going to receive individual and loving veterinary care.

At Special Friends your pet is promised the highest standards of care. Your pet's veterinary surgeon, Tim Land, and his exceptional team were the first accredited members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons practice standards scheme in Redditch.

The Royal College only accredits practices that meet stringent inspections and prove they are providing exceptional care.

Want to see the same vet every time?  We want you to as well. We want you to build a long lasting relationship with one of our experienced vets, ensuring your pet receives consistent care from a familiar and friendly face.

Want a pragmatic solution for your pet’s treatment? Our team of veterinary professionals will give you plenty of options to offer exceptional treatment for your pet.

You can choose the treatment that not only suits your lifestyle but your budget.

“Special Friends first opened back in 2000. Over 15 years we have developed into a friendly practice that is trusted by hundreds of local pet owners. We love seeing new people and new pets; if you want to come down and take a look around, you're more than welcome.”

Tim Land
Special Friends Animal Medical Centre

To speak to a member of our friendly team, or to register your pet please call 01527 67402. Alternatively you can email our reception team at

Latest News

  • Winter 2015 Newsletter

    Flees are a fact of life for pets and it is normal to have some protection against them in place. Not only do they cause itchy bites, they can spread tapeworms and, in young pets, can cause life threatening anaemias.