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Welcome to PetMed, your one-stop destination for comprehensive veterinary care. Located in Antioch, TN we proudly serve residents in Antioch, Brentwood, Franklin, and the surrounding communities in the Nashville area. Our experienced veterinarian and owner Dr. Mark Girone and his team are passionate about helping your pets live a long, healthy and active life. We are your total pet care facility offering everything from routine pet vaccinations to advanced pet surgery all under one roof.
At PetMed, our Nashville veterinarians recommend annual wellness exams for all adult pets. During this exam, our veterinary staff will conduct a complete physical exam, test for worms/parasites, complete diagnostic blood work, and confirm your pet is up to date on all critical vaccinations, including rabies.
We provide specialized pet care services, including the puppy/kitten shot series. For our older pets, Dr. Mark Girone and his team offer senior pet care to help your dogs and cats age comfortably while still enjoying a high quality of life.
In the event of a pet emergency, we offer emergency and urgent care during our regular animal hospital hours.
Our total pet care services include:
Traveling out of town? Do not leave your pet home alone! Our experienced kennel staff will keep your pet safe, secure and happy with our pet boarding services. Should your pet require routine care, such as vaccination boosters or an annual check-up, you can also schedule this to coincide with your pet’s stay in boarding. Our Nashville veterinarians, Dr. Girone and his team, are just steps away to provide any treatment your pet may need. After your pet’s boarding is finished, schedule a pet grooming appointment so your pet comes home in style!
PetMed is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). This accreditation means that PetMed has met or exceeded all the stringent requirements set forth by AAHA for offering superior pet care. To maintain this accreditation, our total pet care facility regularly undergoes a rigorous evaluation to ensure we meet AAHA’s standards of patient care, diagnostic imaging, laboratory management, pain management, safety, surgical care, contagious disease treatment and client satisfaction.
We are proud to be recognized as one of the finest veterinary hospitals in the greater Nashville region and strive every day to provide the highest quality care possible. Nothing is more important to Dr. Mark Girone and his team than protecting your pet’s health and exceeding your expectations!
If you are looking for a veterinarian in Antioch or the surrounding Nashville areas, call (615) 731-8074 to schedule your pet’s appointment today! We look forward to meeting you and your companion.
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Would NOT go anywhere else. The staff are professional, knowledgeable and care deeply about the health and welfare of your pet. If you are looking for the best care for your beloved companion, PetMed is the place to go!
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