Nashville Pet Emergency? Read no further and call us right away!
Richland Animal Clinic improves lives through personalized care. Your pet is your best friend, companion, and a part of your family. Our goal is to treat you like family and care for each pet as if it were our own to help you make more memories and celebrate more birthdays with your pets!
Our Nashville veterinarians Dr. Terry Brockman, Dr. Katie Knox, Dr. Elizabeth Flinn and Dr. Whitney Smith have over 50 years of combined experience treating cats and dogs. Your pet's health and well-being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.
Richland Animal Clinic is a full-service animal hospital in west Nashville and offers holistic veterinary medicine plus traditional veterinary medicine plus pet boarding. Let us help your pet with surgeries, dental cleanings, annual exams, microchipping and vaccines, as well as non-medical services such as boarding and bathing. We have a full in-house pharmacy and carry many prescription foods to fit your pets needs plus an online pet pharmacy & store.
We pride ourselves in taking an individualistic approach to each case. Dr. Brockman practices alternative veterinary medicine such as pet acupuncture and muscle testing and is very knowledgeable with pet herbal medications. Also, twice a week at Richland Animal Clinic, Dr. Alex Vear, an IVCA certified animal chiropractor, offers pet chiropractic adjustments for your pets in need. For more information, visit his website at http://www.tennesseeanimalchiro.com
Browse around and look at our blog and pet articles and pet health videos. If you have any questions regarding your pet or our vet services, please call 615-356-6534. Our Nashville vet hospital is very easy to access on Charlotte Pike and you can find directions on our Contact Us page.
At Richland Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
*If your pet needs medical attention while we are closed, please contact a pet emergency clinic near you.
For after-hour pet emergencies in Nashville:
2000 12th Avenue South • Nashville, TN 37204
910 Meadowlark Lane • Goodlettsville, TN 37072
2223 North West Broad Street • Murfreesboro, TN 37129
2971 Sidco Dr, Nashville, TN 37204
We are very happy with the Richland animal clinic. They are the primary care veterinarians for our cat Sage. They have been able to get in her in quick, and we haven't had any problems. Sage is as pleased as a cat can be with their services. We have not used the pet boarding yet just the veterinarians.
Morgan S. / Nashville, TN
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