2018 Annual Pet Fair

Clinical Trial Canine Thyroid

Mar 15, 2017
Farragut, TN

If your pooch is carrying a few extra pounds he/she could have under active thyroid.  We are currently enrolling dogs for an FDA approved clinical program for dogs with under active thyroid.  All eligible dogs receive free blood work, free exams, and if they qualify, free thyroid supplementation and monitoring for 6 months.  

Clinical Trial Canine Arthritis

Mar 15, 2017
Farragut, TN

Is your senior dog having aches and pains? If so he/she may qualify for a new clinical trial for arthritic dogs who currently are not maintained on anti-inflammatory medications. This is a free 30 day program for dogs with a visible difficulty getting around. Qualifying dogs get free exams, free Xrays, free bloodwork and free medication. There are 4 clinic visits over 5 weeks.

If you are interested, space is limited so please call today. We will review your pet's record for eligibility and one of the doctors will call to discuss the program with you in additional detail.

“The entire staff truly cares about the health and quality of life of their client’s pets... and the awareness of the feelings of the pet owner. In this day of awful or non-existent “customer service,” this Clinic proves daily that care and compassion can come naturally. One could not ask for more... ”

—Judy, Vonore, TN

“From the greeting you receive opening the double doors into the bright airy reception, to the detailed, kind compassionate care given to every animal and their humans, you will feel as if you have come home to your pet’s family.”

—Linda Willard

“The caliber of the medical staff is exceptional. Even going beyond the education and the experience of the staff is their philosophy of superior patient care. The staff treats our pets as they would their own.”

—Gerry Wright

“I have complete confidence in the judgment of the veterinarians. They have gotten to know me and my feelings are considered when treatment options are presented with the final decision being mine.”

—Nancy Tennison