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Welcome to Jackson Animal Clinic! Your Veterinarian in Jackson, TN

Welcome to Jackson Animal Clinic, where pets receive the highest quality of vet care. As a pet owner, you want your pet to live a long, healthy, and pain-free life, and so do we. As licensed Tennessee veterinarians, we take pride in treating various types of pets. Animals enrich our lives, and it is our privilege to be able to care for them. We use the latest technology and practices to pinpoint health concerns and give your pets the tailored care they deserve.

Quality Veterinary Care for a Lifetime

Our mission is to provide quality care and treatment for the lifetime of your pets. It starts with routine preventative care in your pets’ early years and continues with regular checkups and early detection and treatment of health issues as they grow. Prevention is preferred and often eliminates the need for costly, invasive procedures down the road. If your pets have a condition that requires in-depth medical or surgical treatment, we will recommend and perform the best option with your informed approval.

Annual Pet Checkups

We recommend bringing your pets in your a physical exam on an annual basis. Regular checkups catch issues early, which we can usually resolve quickly with medication and lifestyle adjustments.

Full-Service Animal Hospital in Jackson, TN

We are proud to offer a range of veterinary services to keep your pets in good health for years to come. Our services include:

  • General veterinary medicine and surgery
  • Internal medicine
  • Avian and exotic pet services
  • Pet dentistry and oral surgery
  • Pet dermatology and allergy treatment
  • Clinical nutrition for pets
  • Pet boarding and medical boarding

Our Veterinarians Care About Your Pets

Pets are valued family members. We understand the importance of your pets’ health. As pet owners ourselves, our veterinarians strive to provide every pet with individualized care and treatment. Using state-of-the-art technology, we practice veterinary medicine with compassion and professionalism to ensure the best possible outcome for your animals. We take pride in providing our clients with knowledge and personalized recommendations to keep their pets in optimum health. We'll be happy to answer all your questions. You can visit our website to learn more about our services and payment options, and find online forms for all your veterinary needs.

Call Jackson Animal Clinic today at 731-668-1440 to schedule an appointment.

Office Hours

Closed

Monday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Tuesday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Wednesday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Thursday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Friday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "Loved it , they were so compassionate with my little BUDDY. First Vet we visited when we moved here and we liked them so much we stayed with them. Bless all of you."
    Marly G.
  • "Love everyone there and truly appreciate their genuine concern."
    MariLynn M.

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