6 Reviews

Evolution Animal Care

Doncaster, South Yorkshire
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Reviews
Graham Thistlethwaite
21 Aug 2020
REPORT
my dog was seriously ill on going to Evolution they wanted between £700 and £800 for teeth extraction. I went to Goole for a second opinion and a serious operation to save her life. After I was concer... Read More
my dog was seriously ill on going to Evolution they wanted between £700 and £800 for teeth extraction. I went to Goole for a second opinion and a serious operation to save her life. After I was concerned about her not eating so I thought it may be her teeth, the vet at Goole checked her thourghly and said that the only problem with her teeth was the plaque and did not need teeth extraction costing me £28 against £700 to £800. Read Less
Alex Caddy
6 Apr 2020
REPORT
Due to current circumstances with covid19 as much help and advice was given as possible until photos was sent via email then within an hour vet called and said they needed to see our pup. Brilliant se... Read More
Due to current circumstances with covid19 as much help and advice was given as possible until photos was sent via email then within an hour vet called and said they needed to see our pup. Brilliant service care and attention and follow up phone calls! Read Less
karen madeley
19 May 2016
REPORT
great vets,all staff are lovely and helpful xx
Steph Holderness
29 Sep 2015
REPORT
Great with my dog, he was seen in an emergency at short notice the vet and other staff took time and Care to talk through what was wrong with my dog. even staying late to operate on my dog. I truly be... Read More
Great with my dog, he was seen in an emergency at short notice the vet and other staff took time and Care to talk through what was wrong with my dog. even staying late to operate on my dog. I truly believe they saved his life. We have now made them are permanent vet. The vet who operated and expanded my dog clearly cares for animals. Thank you :) Read Less
Steph Holdern
29 Sep 2015
REPORT
Great with my dog, he was seen in an emergency at short notice the vet and other staff took time and Care to talk through what was wrong with my dog. even staying late to operate on my dog. I truly be... Read More
Great with my dog, he was seen in an emergency at short notice the vet and other staff took time and Care to talk through what was wrong with my dog. even staying late to operate on my dog. I truly believe they saved his life. We have now made them are permanent vet. The vet who operated and expanded my dog clearly cares for animals. Thank you :) Read Less
sean kirby
22 Aug 2014
REPORT
Truly appalling. AVOID AT ALL COSTS. I took my Great Dane dog to see them on 2 August 2014. We got a cursory inspection from a young girl and I was surprised at the brevity and lack of communication. ... Read More
Truly appalling. AVOID AT ALL COSTS. I took my Great Dane dog to see them on 2 August 2014. We got a cursory inspection from a young girl and I was surprised at the brevity and lack of communication. Her opening shot was "what's up with him?". I thought, "isn't one of us supposed to be a trained vet?" I explained that he displayed severe weight loss, wouldn't eat and was dripping water from his mouth. We were prescribed antibiotics, which had no effect. I returned on August 19th and saw a senior lady. She also failed to diagnose the problem and merely took blood tests, which came back as normal. I returned on August 20th and discussed matters with her before finally going off to the excellent vets at Howden, End Cottage Vets. Heidi diagnosed mouth cancer and put my dog to sleep on 21st August 2014. It is a common complaint in very large dogs and should have been readily diagnosed. There was 1 missing tooth, with a loss of bone above it, leading straight into the nasal cavity. 5 other front teeth were loose and unsupported by bone. Discussions with Evolution progressed and they admitted that they shouldn't prescribe antibiotics without doing microbiological testing first, but that is their normal routine. My poor dog suffered needlessly for 3 weeks, before I abandoned this awful practice and went to a proper vets. Read Less
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Doncaster South Yorkshire DN8 5UJ
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Monday
Mon
08:00AM-19:30PM
Tuesday
Tue
08:00AM-18:30PM
Wednesday
Wed
08:00AM-18:30PM
Thursday
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08:00AM-18:30PM
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Doncaster, South Yorkshire
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2 White Lane
Doncaster South Yorkshire DN8 5UJ
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Monday
08:00AM-19:30PM
Tuesday
08:00AM-18:30PM
Wednesday
08:00AM-18:30PM
Thursday
08:00AM-18:30PM
Friday
08:00AM-18:30PM
Saturday
08:30AM-13:00PM
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Graham Thistlethwaite
21 Aug 2020
REPORT
my dog was seriously ill on going to Evolution they wanted between £700 and £800 for teeth extraction. I went to Goole for a second opinion and a serious operation to save her life. After I was concer... Read More
my dog was seriously ill on going to Evolution they wanted between £700 and £800 for teeth extraction. I went to Goole for a second opinion and a serious operation to save her life. After I was concerned about her not eating so I thought it may be her teeth, the vet at Goole checked her thourghly and said that the only problem with her teeth was the plaque and did not need teeth extraction costing me £28 against £700 to £800. Read Less
Alex Caddy
6 Apr 2020
REPORT
Due to current circumstances with covid19 as much help and advice was given as possible until photos was sent via email then within an hour vet called and said they needed to see our pup. Brilliant se... Read More
Due to current circumstances with covid19 as much help and advice was given as possible until photos was sent via email then within an hour vet called and said they needed to see our pup. Brilliant service care and attention and follow up phone calls! Read Less
karen madeley
19 May 2016
REPORT
great vets,all staff are lovely and helpful xx
Steph Holderness
29 Sep 2015
REPORT
Great with my dog, he was seen in an emergency at short notice the vet and other staff took time and Care to talk through what was wrong with my dog. even staying late to operate on my dog. I truly be... Read More
Great with my dog, he was seen in an emergency at short notice the vet and other staff took time and Care to talk through what was wrong with my dog. even staying late to operate on my dog. I truly believe they saved his life. We have now made them are permanent vet. The vet who operated and expanded my dog clearly cares for animals. Thank you :) Read Less
Steph Holdern
29 Sep 2015
REPORT
Great with my dog, he was seen in an emergency at short notice the vet and other staff took time and Care to talk through what was wrong with my dog. even staying late to operate on my dog. I truly be... Read More
Great with my dog, he was seen in an emergency at short notice the vet and other staff took time and Care to talk through what was wrong with my dog. even staying late to operate on my dog. I truly believe they saved his life. We have now made them are permanent vet. The vet who operated and expanded my dog clearly cares for animals. Thank you :) Read Less
sean kirby
22 Aug 2014
REPORT
Truly appalling. AVOID AT ALL COSTS. I took my Great Dane dog to see them on 2 August 2014. We got a cursory inspection from a young girl and I was surprised at the brevity and lack of communication. ... Read More
Truly appalling. AVOID AT ALL COSTS. I took my Great Dane dog to see them on 2 August 2014. We got a cursory inspection from a young girl and I was surprised at the brevity and lack of communication. Her opening shot was "what's up with him?". I thought, "isn't one of us supposed to be a trained vet?" I explained that he displayed severe weight loss, wouldn't eat and was dripping water from his mouth. We were prescribed antibiotics, which had no effect. I returned on August 19th and saw a senior lady. She also failed to diagnose the problem and merely took blood tests, which came back as normal. I returned on August 20th and discussed matters with her before finally going off to the excellent vets at Howden, End Cottage Vets. Heidi diagnosed mouth cancer and put my dog to sleep on 21st August 2014. It is a common complaint in very large dogs and should have been readily diagnosed. There was 1 missing tooth, with a loss of bone above it, leading straight into the nasal cavity. 5 other front teeth were loose and unsupported by bone. Discussions with Evolution progressed and they admitted that they shouldn't prescribe antibiotics without doing microbiological testing first, but that is their normal routine. My poor dog suffered needlessly for 3 weeks, before I abandoned this awful practice and went to a proper vets. Read Less
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