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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Today we caught Ed trying to lock our fantastic Veterinary Nurse Nat in the dispensary cupboard!! 😅

Nat started working at Park Hall in 2019 as a Student Veterinary Nurse and since then she has grown into a wonderfully conscientious and caring fully-qualified Registered Veterinary Nurse! Unfortunately for us she has decided she needs to spread her wings and so will be travelling to Vancouver, Canada 🇨🇦 in the New Year to work in a large veterinary trauma centre.

She is a greatly valued member of the team and will be sadly missed by all of Team Park Hall 💕 … and apparently Ed who clearly doesn’t want her to leave!! 🙈

Good Luck Nat we know you’ll do well wherever you go!! 🥰 xxx
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Ed has taken a break from surgery today and has instead been helping our lovely nursing team clean and sterilise the surgical kits… though they’re not certain how useful he is really being!!! 😂😂🙈
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Ed has been in surgery again!! This time he helped our vets Hannah and Nicole and RVN Paris remove a fishhook from Charlie the lurcher… the silly lad decided to go through the kitchen bin and found it lurking amongst some tasty leftovers.

Luckily his Dad brought him to us straight away so we were able to open him and remove the hook whilst it was still within his stomach.

Ed hopes Charlie has learnt his lesson and won’t eat any more sharp objects in the future! 😬
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**WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT!!**

#EdTheElf

Ed was caught ‘helping’ Nicky, Hannah and Nicola perform an emergency ovariohysterectomy to remove a pyometra (pus-filled uterus) on Sunday.

He couldn’t believe how sick an infected uterus could make poor Teala so, since then, he has been wandering around the practice shouting ‘spay your bitches people!!’ from the top of his lungs! 🙈😂

(NB: Just in case any of you were worrying about sterility… this photo was taken after surgery and Ed has since had a bath!)
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Today Ed helped our newest vet, Hannah Flanagan, and our nurse, Emma, give Buddy his weekly chemotherapy treatment.

Hannah met Buddy in August, less than a month after she started working with us. Unfortunately, she quickly diagnosed him with Lymphoma which is a type of cancer. Buddy’s lovely owner has been bringing him to see us weekly since then so he can receive intravenous chemotherapy treatment.

We’re so incredibly happy to say that, Thanks to Hannah’s exemplary care, Emma’s hard work and his owner’s dedication Buddy is doing well and celebrates his 13th Birthday today!! 🥰🥰🥰
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