1 St. Leonards Close
South Yorkshire S25 2PQ
Reviewed by: Who lets the dog out? on 24/02/2015
I do home dog boarding and am registered with Hall Courts of Dinnington for that reason, but used to have my own dog Polo who was registered with them too,they have always been friendly, helpful and considerate to both myself and the pooches :-)
Reviewed by: lisa on 20/12/2014
What a nice friendly vets I've been looking to find a vet where you can see the same vet and learn to trust their opinion after all my dogs are my family look no further this vet is it they give you advice and phone you to keep you upto date with every thing that's going on
Reviewed by: Alison on 18/11/2014
Thanks to Mr Seymore little Dave's broken leg was plated, stitched, repaired and fully functional within weeks of his accident. He's back to being the cheeky little cat he was before. Thank you.
Reviewed by: kevin on 08/07/2014
Our much loved pet Toby the dog has a terminal illness. We do not expect him to be with us for much longer. For the last 5 months we have seen Mr. Seymore at Hall court and he has been very clear and honest in the prognosis for Toby. He has advised against unnecessary procedures where, I believe, other vets would have recommended. Most of all I feel that he really cares about his patients and does his very best in all circumstances.
I hope you do not need a vet, but, if you do, go to Hall Court at Dinnington.
Reviewed by: Sue Murton on 11/12/2013
I have used Hall Court for many years. My parents first visited them in 1955 and we have been users of the practice ever since. I have always found the vets and nurses professional, caring and friendly.. They treat your pet with care and compassion and discuss any diagnosis and treatment plan in full , with your pet's interest at heart.
I recently had to have my beloved 15 year old Lhasa Apso, Elliemay, put to sleep, after three years of medical issues. Each time I visited the vets, normally seeing Pete, I was given time to discuss my concerns and her treatments. Elliemay was treated gently, and with dignity, and I never doubted the advice I was given, and the treatment of Elliemay, at any stage. The day Elliemay rapidly deteriorated the support I received from Pete and Helen was amazing. I received the utmost support, and Elliemay was put to sleep, by Pete, at home, which meant so much to us.
All through the years this has been the same level of support and care. I have recommended Hallcourt to many owners, and I will continue to do so. I would never consider another practice, as I consider them the best in the area.
Thank you Hall Court.
Reviewed by: Maxine on 12/07/2013
I have used Hall Court for many years, with my previous dog Cookie and now with Candy and Fryday. Candy has been one of those dogs whom never had been ill, until now. At nearly 15 we found a lump in her mammary tissue and rushed her straight to Hall Court Vets. Apart from the lump she was her usual happy self. The vets discussed appropriate treatment , explained the risks and booked her in for her operation within days. As most of you know, taking your pet for an operation is very scary, all the what ifs???? With Candy shes 14, an old age for an operation. Everything went fine for Candy and she's now happily, if a little sore recovering at home. The care given to her and myself (blubbering mess comes to mind) was excellent.
Reviewed by: Christopher Lowe on 10/01/2013
Got a little Staffordshire bullterrier puppy called Jess.she was very poorly with demotex mites and she was that bad I thought I was going to lose her.Thanks to the loving care of the vets she is still with me.The nurses took Jess to there hearts and bathed her and loved her better.I can't recommend them enough and if it wasn't for these caring people my little Jess wouldn't be here now.Thankyou so much.
Reviewed by: Claudes Mum. on 19/05/2012
I have used Hall Court Veterinary Group for many years, they provide an all round excellent service with great care and compassion.
Claude, our Tabby and White cat, was first rushed to Hall Court after being hit by a car in 2010. He had an horrible injury to his face, he had de-gloved his lower jaw and also broken his lower jaw bone. He had been in this condition for approx 3 days while we frantically looked for him. Jenny the vet assessed him and we left Claude in her very capable hands and hoped he would pull through. We collected Claude a couple of days later and took him home where thanks to Jenny and all the team at Hall Court he made a full recovery.
But!.......Claude being the adventurous type, almost a year to the day of his previous accident, he came home with a foot injury. After many visits to see Jenny and after medications and strapping, his foot was not improving and we had to make the hard decision to amputate his leg. Once again Jenny and the team at Hall Court did marvellous work and Claude is fully recovered and has done well for the last year. Luckily the anniversary of each accident has come and gone without further incident or injury.
We can not thank Jenny and the team at Hall Court enough and would and have highly reccommended them to anyone needing the best quality veterinary care available in the area. We actually travel 12 miles to Hall Court but would not consider using any other vet.
Thank you Hall Court for looking after Claude (and Sydney, our Ginger and White Cat, can't leave him out) you are all amazing!