Halls Animal Hospital

★★★★☆

About Halls Animal Hospital

Hours
Mon 7:30am-5pm, Wed 7:30am-5pm, Fri 7:30am-5pm, Tue 7:30am-6pm, Thu 7:30am-6pm, Sat 7:30am-12pm

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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They have taken very good care of my dogs over the past several years. When I needed them the most Dr. Powers was there for us. She is very caring and goes over everything with me. I appreciate her and the staff so very much.

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★★★★★

They have taken very good care of my dogs over the past several years. When I needed them the most Dr. Powers was there for us. She is very caring and goes over everything with me. I appreciate her and the staff so very much.

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Took all three of my dog's there and my two cats. The clinic is clean and roomy. They did well with all of my pets including my cats who are none too thrilled to be there. Very satisfied with them and now they are my new vet.

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★★★★★

Took all three of my dog's there and my two cats. The clinic is clean and roomy. They did well with all of my pets including my cats who are none too thrilled to be there. Very satisfied with them and now they are my new vet.

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Moved to the area in early 2008 with our 7 year old lab. Called this vet's office to see if we could get a city permit from them, and they said yes...no need for proof of vaccination, although we had it. All worked out great. A few months later, we have to go on a trip where we can't take our dog, so this being the only place we are familiar with, we decide to board him there. Mind you, he has never been sick in all of 7 years, but a week after bringing him home from being boarded, he is hacking and coughing like I have never heard a dog do. I call and am told to bring him in, during which they tell me he has kennel cough, which he obviously got from their kennel. Maybe I don't know a lot about kennel cough, but I know it can be caused from dirty kennels and unvaccinated dogs. I had to have proof that he was vaccinated against it before they boarded him (which they would have had if they'd asked for it when I went in for the permit), so I wonder if every dog boarded there was vaccinated as well. And who knows if their kennels were dirty or not, as I was not allowed to go back there. ANYWAY, the vet who we asked how old our dog was, and when I said he was 7, this vet - who I don't know if he was ignorant or just rude- proceeded to say, without any couth whatsoever, ""I had a 7 year old lab one time, and he DIED."" Yeah....I didn't think that was too nice. I also have neighbors who took their 2 dogs there and were treated with the same disrespect as we were. From the receptionist to the vet, all were rude and disrespectful. We've used several vets over the years, as we have moved several times, and this is by far the worst I've dealt with. We will never go back there, and I surely don't recommend them to anyone else who truly cares about their pet.

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Moved to the area in early 2008 with our 7 year old lab. Called this vet's office to see if we could get a city permit from them, and they said yes...no need for proof of vaccination, although we had it. All worked out great. A few months later, we have to go on a trip where we can't take our dog, so this being the only place we are familiar with, we decide to board him there. Mind you, he has never been sick in all of 7 years, but a week after bringing him home from being boarded, he is hacking and coughing like I have never heard a dog do. I call and am told to bring him in, during which they tell me he has kennel cough, which he obviously got from their kennel. Maybe I don't know a lot about kennel cough, but I know it can be caused from dirty kennels and unvaccinated dogs. I had to have proof that he was vaccinated against it before they boarded him (which they would have had if they'd asked for it when I went in for the permit), so I wonder if every dog boarded there was vaccinated as well. And who knows if their kennels were dirty or not, as I was not allowed to go back there. ANYWAY, the vet who we asked how old our dog was, and when I said he was 7, this vet - who I don't know if he was ignorant or just rude- proceeded to say, without any couth whatsoever, ""I had a 7 year old lab one time, and he DIED."" Yeah....I didn't think that was too nice. I also have neighbors who took their 2 dogs there and were treated with the same disrespect as we were. From the receptionist to the vet, all were rude and disrespectful. We've used several vets over the years, as we have moved several times, and this is by far the worst I've dealt with. We will never go back there, and I surely don't recommend them to anyone else who truly cares about their pet.

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