Park Hall

Park Hall Veterinary Clinic was established in 1978 by the practice principle, Margaret Wharmby.

As a practice we pride ourselves on being able to offer a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, whilst maintaining an excellent level of service for you and your pet. We constantly strive to exceed your expectations in both veterinary care and customer service as well as value for money.

We are a mixed practice and so can care for all your animal’s needs; from the smallest of rabbits to the muddiest cow we are here to help you with all your veterinary needs.


The door will be locked with access only by prior arrangement.

The phones will be answered from 8am.

Only available to registered clients.

Please note that all appointments need to be pre-booked, we no longer provide a walk-in service. Phone lines will be open during the following times:

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BEWARE KNUCKLE BONES!

Meet Stan!! He’s a retired Guide Dog! He lives with his Mum and Dad who love him very much. They often buy him and his brother a knuckle bone from the local pet shop to enjoy as a treat. He’s always been fine when he’s had them before.

Two weeks ago he started vomiting profusely after eating another knuckle bone. His Mum and Dad were concerned so they took him to see one of our vets. She decided to take an X-ray and found that as well as having several pieces of bone in his stomach (blue arrows), he also had a very large piece of bone wedged in his oesophagus (green arrow). This was a pretty dangerous situation to be in as the bone could cause a tear in his oesophagus at any point. If it did this could be fatal.

Luckily, Mum and Dad had insured Stan so they were able to take him straight across to Pride Veterinary Centre where they’d be better able to deal with any serious complications should they arise. The pieces were very carefully removed from his oesophagus with some pretty specialist equipment and he also had an operation to remove the bones directly from his stomach!

Stan hasn’t been at all phased by the situation. He chewed his feeding tube out after 4 days as he decided he didn’t need it anymore and he is super proud of his very neat scar! He feels great now but he knows Mum and Dad were very worried whilst he was having his surgery. He’s heard that he won’t be getting any more knuckle bones from now on… and, on balance, he reckons that is probably a good idea!! 👍
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