Since 1974, The Animal Clinic in Hendersonville, Tennessee has improved lives through personalized care to dog and cat owners in Hendersonville, Goodlettsvile, Gallatin, Nashville and surrounding areas.

Located in the heart of Hendersonville on Main Street and Gallatin Road by intersection of New Shackle Island Road, our vet hospital is easily accessible for your pet emergency and preventative care and wellness needs. The Animal Clinic in Hendersonville offers pet grooming and boarding – we are the only Hendersonville animal hospital to cater to cat grooming & boarding with a separate cat condo area to keep them feeling safe & secure.

Dr. William Shannon, Dr. Jerry Flatt, Dr. David Hale, Dr. Emily Granato, Dr. Ranetta Perkins, and our staff treat you like family and each pet like our own. The Animal Clinic is your partners in your pet’s health.

As pet owners ourselves, we believe preventative care with wellness exams, vaccines, parasite screenings, heartworm test and lab tests are the keys to your pet living a longer, healthier and happier life. As a full-service vet hospital, we provide your pet with surgery, diagnostics and x-rays, dentistry, microchipping and nutritional counseling, boarding and grooming.

Pet emergencies, accidents and illness happen. The skill and expertise of The Animal Clinic veterinarians is enhanced by modern diagnostic imaging equipment, onsite lab, in-house medical testing and our vet hospital suite for pet surgeries.

Call us at 615-824-0580 so we can help you create additional memories and celebrate more birthdays with your pets. We look forward to meeting you soon!

Vet Services

Wellness Exams

Because pets can't tell us how they feel, we recommend a complete physical examination at least once a year, though exams every 6 months are encouraged. The veterinary exam allows us to develop a picture of your pet's overall health as well as to spot potential issues before they become too advanced. As your partner in your pet’s health, we welcome questions about your pet's health, habits and daily care.

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Vaccinations

Are you asking yourself, “Why should I vaccinate my pet?”
• Vaccinations are the best weapon against many viral and bacterial infections in pets
• Millions of dog & cat lives have been saved through vaccines.
• Vaccines are safe and well-tolerated by most pets.
• Vaccines help your pet live a longer, healthier and happier life!
• Rabies vaccination is required by state law.

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Puppy/Kitten Senior Pet Care

Thank you for letting us be your partner in your new puppy or kitten’s health! Puppy and kitten wellness visits ensure you and your new pet get off to a healthy start in life!

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Parasite Prevention

The Animal Clinic wants you to know that here in Tennessee - flea, tick, heartworm & other worm and parasite control is a year-round problem and prevention is a necessity for keeping your pets safe and comfortable. Parasites are not just a nuisance to you and your pets - some may cause serious illness in your pets and even your family and even can be fatal for pets.

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Boarding

Leaving Hendersonville and need someone to watch your pet while you’re away? Let them stay with us! The Animal Clinic offers boarding services for dogs and cats in our spacious kennels. Our veterinarians and trained kennel attendants supervise our guests regularly during their staff with us.

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Microchipping

Each year, thousands of pets go missing, and many don’t make it back home. According to the American Humane Association, only 2% of lost cats and 15% of lost dogs are reunited with their owners. Microchips greatly increase your chances of being reunited with your pet. The Animal Clinic recommends all pets be microchipped.

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Blood and Lab Tests

The Animal Clinic has an in-house laboratory to perform important diagnostic testing for your pet. Our preventative care blood tests can provide information about your pet’s liver, kidneys & pancreas, blood sugar levels, white & red blood cell and platelet count. Diabetes, kidney, heart & liver disease may not show symptoms at onset. Identifying possible diseases and complications early allows us a better chance to develop a treatment plan for your pet.

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