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PetMed a total pet care facility offers a unique concept in companion animal care for Nashville, Antioch, and the surrounding area. More than an animal hospital, PetMed provides complete and convenient veterinary services under one roof.
Our team is proud to provide personal care for your cherished companions. PetMed veterinarians pursue the latest veterinary breakthroughs and techniques designed to add quality to your pet’s life; technicians, assistants, and support staff exemplify the highest standard in compassionate care. Demonstrating our commitment to excellence, PetMed is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Pet owners from Antioch and from around Nashville enjoy personal service from our entire team of attentive professionals. From comprehensive wellness care packages to luxury boarding and grooming services, we address your needs with a positive approach. Our pet owner support is designed to enhance the relationship between you and your animal companions.
Experience & Excellence in Veterinary Medicine: PetMed
Dr. Mark Girone, Dr. Kristen Coles, Dr. Courtney Merrow, and Dr. Glenis Moore
Antioch Veterinarian | PetMed | (615) 731-8074
1120 Bell Road
Antioch, TN 37013
|Mon-Fri||Doctors Hours||Sat||Doctors Hours||Sunday|
|7:30am||9am - 12:30pm||8am||9am - 11:30 am||Closed|
|6:30pm||3pm - 6pm||4pm||1pm - 3pm|
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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