Pet Routine Medical Services
Tiny Town Animal Clinic provides care to your dogs and cats. This includes annual wellness examinations, puppy and kitten wellness check-ups and vaccinations. We know your pets are an important part of your family and will be treated as if they are a part of ours. Appointments are preferred so that you won’t have to wait when you arrive.
Dental disease does not affect just the mouth. It can lead to more serious health problems including heart, lung and kidney disease, which makes it all the more important that you provide your pets with proper dental care from the start. Routine dental cleaning and extractions are provided.
Routine spay, neuter and other elective surgeries are offered, as well as more involved surgeries such as tumor removals and orthopedic procedures. All patients are monitored by a technician and placed on a monitor that allows us to follow their vital signs. Patients are allowed to recover in a comfortable, quiet environment and cared for by qualified caring technicians.
Reservations and current vaccinations are required for pets to stay in our facility. We provide boarding year round with Sunday evening pick-ups on most weekends. You are welcome to visit our facility for a tour during regular business hours. There is no better feeling than bringing peace of mind to pet owners, knowing their pet is in a safe, healthy, happy and supervised environment while they are away from home.
We like our pets to look their best and we know you do as well. We have a bathing and grooming area dedicated for just that purpose. Baths and Grooms are scheduled by appointment only. Grooming is done by Bailey, and it is more than just a haircut at Tiny Town Animal Clinic.
Pet Emergency Services
An on call doctor is available after regular business hours for emergencies. The contact information is provided by calling our regular business phone after hours. (931) 647-2800.
Animal In-House Blood work
Our hospital has the ability to run routine blood work and urinalysis with immediate results. Laboratory testing can help us diagnose a disease and can help catch many conditions early before they become serious. If your pet is sick, we may use blood work to diagnose an illness.