Memphis Veterinarians

in Memphis, TN

99
Veterinarians are
in Memphis

63
Veterinarians in Memphis
are top rated

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Rated by
Jaye W.
"Dr
listens carefully to the descriptions of your animal's problem. He asks about the home life to help figure out a course of treatment that will be easier" to manage. My dog was diagnosed with heartworms last spring, and he gave me options on how to treat her. Dr
understood that I couldn't afford a $1000 treatment that would keep a really active dog locked up in the house for the better part of 6 months. He was very honest about the pros and cons of both options. Every time I have called the office to ask a question, he has returned my call that day and will not press for an office visit if he can tell you what you need over the phone. Entire staff is pleasant and helpful...
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Rated by
jodie G.
"we've been there several times and really like this vet. This is where we regularly take our cat and dog. The most recent visit was an annual check-up for both of them including" vaccinations and it cost about $250. That's a little more than we've spent at other places like
in the past, but we think it is worth it.
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Rated by
Leslie J.
"We use a particular vet there and it's well worth it. She is fantastic with the pets. Her name is
. We had a cat who swallowed a piece of foam and she had" to do surgery to get the foam out because it expanded in his stomach. We had a cat stay there and then we had the flea treatment and we do our annuals there and she's just been great. The whole staff is very caring and very professional. Whenever we have a problem they got us in right away. They answer questions whenever you have them. When our cat was sick and had surgery you could visit and they seem to really love what they are doing. We can always get in fairly quickly and they explain exactly what they are going to do and they try to minimize the cost for us. They have just been really good.

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Angie's Answers

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Hi

The first answer is pretty thorough but I would like to add a few points. 

First.. the type of food you are feeding your dog may be the key.  If you are using a food that is grain, rice or corn based in the first three ingredients, please change to a food that is meat or chicken based.  Many dogs are allergic to grain, rice, wheat and corn and these things are used as primary ingredients in many well known, name brand dog foods.  Secondly, all treats that have these ingredients should be cut out.  It takes weeks to months before a food change can show results so you must be patient.  Jumping from one food to another will be counter-productive. 

Some dogs are so allergic to flea or other insect bites that one or two bites can cause a severe reaction.  Once the itching/scratching cycle begins, it is hard to stop it.  Benadryl is good but I suggest liquid form.  You can get it inexpensively at one of the dollar stores.  The pills take time to break down in the digestive system so you get better and faster results with the liquid.One tsp= 5cc and most dogs of average size can tolerate that much and more if the dog is a larger breed.  

Allergy testing is very expensive and most dogs will test positive to some things.  That does not mean that the itching is coming from those things as many things in the environment can trigger positive test results.  Breaking the cycle of itching is primary and that can be done with prednisone ( short term and last resort after benadryl and bathing), allergy shots( same deal, last resort after easier methods).   This spring and summer have been particularly hard, weather-wise.

Good luck!

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After you search for the company, you should get the "no results" page. Scroll down just a little bit, and you'll see a button and a link that say "Add this provider." Click on that to add them to the List! Thanks for the great question.
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I'm really sorry! It looks like we made some site changes I hadn't noticed before and it made things just a little more confusing (for me, too!). We'll have to look into this to make it easier.
In the meantime, here's what you do:
1) Look for the Submit a Report button. It's yellow and on the right-hand side of the page.
2) Search for the animal cancer care clinic you're looking for. The search box should be inside a yellow bar.
3) You should see a list of potential matches, but on top of those, there should be "add a provider to the List" text in blue, which is where you'll click to get to the add page.

Let me know if you have any trouble. Sorry, again, for this being so confusing.

Veterinarian reviews in Memphis

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I say this is a very good vet and the practice has very good people. I will use them practice again in the future. The price is very good; that's the reason I went.
- Sam S.
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I have been bringing my 15 year old cat here for about a year since I moved to Memphis. Since I have an aging cat he has some health problems he suffers from and the veterinarians and staff have been helpful and supportive and always make me feel like my husband and I are a part of his treatment plan. When his issues flare up I can call that day and bring him in at any time during their office hours and know he will be seen by a vet quickly. They have Saturday office hours (which is always when his illness seems to flare up!). He is on a prescription cat food and instead of just telling me to buy that food she explained how his disease works and what the food does to counteract it. She also gave me a lot of extra practical advice on things I can do to help him get all the food and water he needs to stay healthy.
I have never once felt like I was taking my cat into a business the way a lot of other animal clinics feel. They have never suggested unnecessary tests or procedures and they have completely explained the need for everything they have done. This hospital is located in a renovated historic home and it feels like you're bringing your pet to a relaxed place that wants to make your animal feel better.
- jodie G.
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Overall the vets and techs have been great, while the front office staff was a little rocky a few years ago, but have been more responsive and professional the last number of years. My older cat has gotten to be a terror over the years at the vet, and they have been very good at dealing with her. The one thing I would like to see though is more communication from them about their practice. They are very good at sending out reminder cards, etc., but I had no idea Dr
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had passed away (which almost caused an embarrassing moment when I saw a new vet, but luckily I didn't say anything and later saw a memorial pic behind the desk). And I've seen two different vets the last two times I've been there, but really got no official introduction. I couldn't begin to say how many vets work at the practice and who they are. I guess a website would help. But in the end the most important thing is the care they give to my pets, and they have been excellent at that.
- Eric L.
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In conclusion, if your dog needs vaccines, a heartworm test, a bath, or other run of the mill stuff, this place is okay. But if your dog is sick, DO NOT take it to
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. They do not think very much over there. Pay the money to take him or her to
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(expensive, but thorough), PetVax or somewhere like that.
- Miska S.
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I am very happy with them. The hours are great. I can drop my animal off before work and pick him up after work. My cat seems to be happy there. This facility was recommended to me by a neighbor who used them for her cats.
- Ann M.
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Our family had 3 dogs over the course of 20 years that have gone to Dr
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. We LOVE him. He is caring, extremely knowledgeable and wonderful with our animals. We had 2 labs and a retriever. Our labs lived for 13 and 16 years and they have always gone to Dr
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. If they were sick, it's scarey on how they knew that he would take care of them. They were never frightened at his office. When Mr
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(our 16 year old lab ) had such painful arthritis that we had to put him to sleep, Dr
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was there, crying with us. If we ever have another pet, I would not hesitate but to take him to the
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. I recommend it to all my friends. I always get tears in my eyes when I think about my dogs and I know it sounds corny but at the same time, I remember how wonderful everybody there is and how well our dogs were treated.
- Marguerite B.
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Previously, our pets had been treated at this particular clinic. With one of our former dogs,after spending tons of money and making several visits, one of the vets who we were seeing on this particular occasion decided to check our dogs thyroid and discovered that our dog had a thyroid problem. But, this was after 100s of dollars had already been spent and this should have been checked, based upon our dog's symptoms early on (I did not know that at the time though). I think that the clinic is way over priced for what they do. Most of the cost appears to cover the expensive location and not necessarily the quality of care. This is a decent clinic but certainly not worthy of an A rating overall in my opinion.
- Alyson C.

All Veterinarians in Memphis, TN

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AKIN EQUINE VETERINARY SVC

152 Shady Acres Rd

All Animal Hospital

5850 Goodman Rd

All Creatures Pet Hospital

2050 W Poplar Ave
Collierville

ANIMAL CARE CTR

403 GRAHAM ST

ANIMAL HEALTH CTR

2418 STATE HIGHWAY 77

ANIMAL HOSPITAL

310 S WOODS ST

Animal Medical Center

1974 Oak Tree Cv

ANIMAL MEDICAL CTR

1974 OAK TREE CV

ANIMAL PROTECTION ASSN

854 GOODMAN ST
Memphis

ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS

2433 GLOBE CV

Arlington Pet Hospital

11065 Highway 70
Arlington

AVIAN & EXOTIC MEDICAL PRCTCE

1010 S YATES RD
Memphis

Banfield Pet Hospital

2805 Wolfcreek Pkwy
Memphis

Berclair Animal Hospital PC

4670 Summer Ave
Memphis

BERRYHILL ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1850 BERRYHILL RD
Cordova

Big Creek Animal Hospital

6543 Navy Rd
Millington

CARY LEDBURY DVM

260 WOODSEDGE CV
Eads

CAT HOSPITAL OF MEMPHIS

6300 Poplar Avenue, Suite 106
Memphis

CENTER HILL EQUINE SVC

854 COLLIERVILLE ARLINGTON RD
Collierville

CENTRAL ANIMAL HOSPITAL

2192 CENTRAL AVE
Memphis

Cloverleaf Animal Clinic

749 N White Station Rd
Memphis

Colleen's Canine Cab

6025 Stage Rd
Memphis

COLLIERVILLE ANIMAL CLINIC, P.C.

474 US HIGHWAY 72
Collierville

Collierville Pet Hospital

16 S Byhalia Rd
Collierville

Collierville Pet Hospital Germantown

9947 Wolf River BLVD
Germantown

COMMUNITY PET HOSPITAL

6552 SUMMER AVE
Memphis

cordova station animal hospital

989 n germantown parkway
Cordova

COVINGTON PIKE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5070 RALEIGH LAGRANGE RD
Memphis

DOG & CAT CLINIC

PO Box 221148
Memphis

DOWNTOWN ANIMAL HOSPITAL

347 N 3RD ST
Memphis

EADS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

3210 CYPRESS RIDGE DR
Eads

EAST PARK ANIMAL HOSPITAL

3698 SUMMER AVE
Memphis

EASTGATE ANIMAL CLINIC

5082 PARK AVE
Memphis

EMERGENCY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

3390 GOODMAN RD W

Family Veterinary Practice

5712 Stage Rd
Memphis

Forest Hill Animal Hospital

3133 Forest Hill Irene Rd
Germantown

Fox Ridge Animal Hospital

3260 Hickory Hill Rd
Memphis

Gentle Care Animal Hospital

2958 Covington Pike
Memphis

GERMANTOWN FARMINGTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1975 Exeter Rd
Germantown

GERMANTOWN PARKWAY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

886 CORDOVA STATION AVE
Cordova

GERMANWOOD ANIMAL HOSPITAL

7245 WINCHESTER RD
Memphis

GOFORTH ANIMAL HOSPITAL

2910 Little John Rd
Millington

Grace Animal Hospital

668 S Main St
Memphis

GREENE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

3545 Southern Ave
Memphis

HERNANDO ANIMAL HOSPITAL

2445 MT PLEASANT RD

Hillcrest Animal Hospital

6207 Stage Rd
Memphis

Hollywood Feed

5502 Poplar Ave
Memphis

JG McGinness Foot Orthotics

1445 Dekalb Street

KELSEY CANINE MEDICAL CENTER

875 W POPLAR AVE
Collierville

Lakeland Pet Hospital

2961 Canada Road
Arlington

LARRY MEHR DVM

1745 NOTTINGHAM DR

MCGEHEE CLINIC FOR ANIMALS

712 MT MORIAH RD
Memphis

McGehee Clinic for Animals

712 Mt Moriah Rd
Memphis

MEMPHIS ANIMAL CLINIC

733 E PKWY S
Memphis

Memphis Veterinary Specialists

555 Trinity Creek Cove
Cordova

Memphis Veterinary Specialists LLC

555 Trinity Creek Cv
Cordova

Millington Animal Hospital

4637 Navy Rd
Millington

MobileVet Memphis LLC

1532 Kirby Pkwy
Memphis

Munford Animal Hospital, LLC

P O Box 1029, 523 Corbitt Drive
Munford

Munford Animal Hospital, LLC

523 Corbitt Dr
Munford

Pet Care Professionals

2651 Union Avenue Extended
Memphis

PET HEALTH CENTER

9765 Hwy 64
Arlington

PET VAX

6515 E RAINES RD
Memphis

PETVAX

6515 E RAINES RD
Memphis

PETVAX

6963 US HIGHWAY 70
Memphis

Petvax Complete Care Center - Memphis

3650 Southwind Park Cove
Memphis

ProPet Sciences LLC

10195 Westside Ct

PURVIS ANIMAL CLINIC

1571 HIGHWAY 51 S

ROSEMARK VETERINARY SVC

8780 GRAGG RD
Millington

RUTH WILBURN DVM

10348 GOODMAN RD

SOUTHWIND ANIMAL HOSPITAL

7910 WINCHESTER RD
Memphis

STAGE ROAD ANIMAL HOSPITAL

4359 STAGE RD
Memphis

Summer Avenue Animal Hospital

4450 Summer Ave
Memphis

The Pet Doctor

10215 Hwy 193
Williston

UT Medical Group

1068 Cresthaven Rd Ste 500
Memphis

Utopia Animal Hospital

1157 Madison Ave
Memphis

VET PETS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1890 N GERMANTOWN PKWY
Cordova

VET SERVICE INC

3901 DELP ST
Memphis

WALLS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

7110 HIGHWAY 161

Walnut Grove Animal Clinic

2959 Walnut Grove Road
Memphis

Walnut Trace Animal Clinic

12 Timber Creek Rd
Cordova

Wolfchase Animal Hospital

3015 N Germantown Rd
Memphis

Yale Road Animal Hospital

4418 Yale Rd
Memphis

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