Archive for the ‘PetWork Tennessee’ Category

Dark Horse Rescue (Hernando, Mississippi 38632) began in early 2009 in response to a growing need of a safe place for abandoned and neglected horses in the West Tennessee and North Mississippi area. We have grown from a backyard to a fully-functioning rescue facility located in Byhalia, MS.



Dark Horse Rescue is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that provides proper nutrition and medical care to area horses that have been abandoned, neglected, or abused. Upon arrival, each horse is placed in quarantine in order to avoid spread of disease. Horses are evaluated in order to determine nutritional needs and their diet is adjusted accordingly. Pregnant mares stay at DHR until foals are weaned at which time mare and foal are separately placed up for adoption.

Today, DHR has rehabilitated over 50 horses and placed most in adoptive homes. We continue to grow thanks to the wonderful support we have received throughout the community.


Read Full Post »

Nashville Cat Rescue (Nashville, Tennessee 37214) is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing cats and kittens from off the streets and from high-kill shelters and placing them into loving, permanent homes. All cats and kittens that come through our program receive superb veterinary care before they are adopted out to the public. Each Nashville Cat Rescue cat or kitten is, at minimum, tested for FIV/FeLV, spayed or neutered, de-wormed, given flea preventative, and up-to-date on vaccinations appropriate for their age.



NCR does not have a facility; rather, we operate through a network of foster homes and showcase our adoptable cats and kittens at PETsMART locations in 100 Oaks, Cool Springs, and Hermitage, as well as the Cool Springs and Donelson Pet Supermarket. If you’re interested in being a foster parent to a homeless cat or kitten, please download and fill out our foster application. Help save a life by opening your home to abandoned cats and kittens. We provide food, litter, and vet care – all you have to provide is the home! We have placed over 4,500 formerly abandoned/neglected or facing euthanasia since our inception in October of 2005.

At Nashville Cat Rescue, we are always looking for volunteers. We need people to clean cages at our PETsMART and Pet Supermarket locations, wash cat beds, assemble our adoption packets, and help us out with Saturday adoption events. Please feel free to contact us if you’d like to volunteer!

Read Full Post »

Hendersonville Animal Hospital (Hendersonville, Tennessee 37075) is a full-service animal hospital, specializing in veterinary services for small animals.

Hendersonville Animal Hospital was founded in 2006 and began accepting clients in February 2007. The practice is the realization of a lifelong dream of Dr. Aine Corridon Greenwell. She began working in the veterinary field in 1990, walking dogs, cleaning kennels, and doing anything that would give an edge to an aspiring veterinarian.

Dr. Greenwell is a 1992 graduate of Hendersonville High School. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in zoology from Auburn University and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University. Dr. Greenwell began practicing veterinary medicine in 1999.

Hendersonville Animal Hospital is committed to providing high quality veterinary care for your small animal. It offers a full range of services, including:

  • Physical exams for sick and well animals
  • Full in-house laboratory
  • Digital radiology (x-ray)
  • Surgery
  • Dentistry
  • Vaccinations
  • Boarding
  • Grooming
  • Pharmacy

Read Full Post »

Belly Rubs Basset Rescue (Knoxville, Tennessee 37933) is an all-volunteer organization that provides assistance in finding good homes for abandoned, abused, and/or unwanted Basset Hounds in Tennessee, north Mississippi, and eastern Arkansas. The bassets are brought into the homes of volunteers where they are evaluated and trained as necessary.

Belly Rubs Basset Rescue takes dogs from shelters where they would otherwise be put down. Currently, all foster families are full and the rescue is not able to accept owner surrenders.

Read Full Post »

For more than 50 years, Enoch Veterinary Clinic (Gallatin, Tennessee 37066) has been looking after animals in the Gallatin area.

Dr. Paul Enoch provides services in the clinic. The clinic works with the following animals:

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Horses
  • Cows
  • Goats
  • Sheep

Read Full Post »

Since 1974, the veterinarians and staff at The Animal Clinic (Hendersonville, Tennessee 37075) have striven to give the best quality medical and surgical care for the pets of Hendersonville and surrounding areas. Located in the heart of the City on Gallatin Road at New Shackle Island Road at red light #4, the clinic is easily accessible for emergency and routine health care.

The Animal Inn has full grooming services and boarding facilities for all breeds of dogs and cats.

In 2004, The Animal Clinic went through a total renovation, inside and out. This big change is providing great benefits, such as more exam rooms and a larger lobby, for clients, family pets, and staff.

Read Full Post »

The mission of the McMillan Veterinary Clinic (Gallatin, Tennessee 37066) is to provide
quality health care for your pet and educate you, the client, with the latest health care procedures and products available.

Clinic staff treat and respect your pets as if they were their own. Services include:

  • Annual examinations and vaccinations
  • Advanced Surgical Procedures, including Laser Procedures
  • Dentistry Services including cleaning, extractions, and X-Ray
  • Digital Radiology
  • Companion Laser Therapy
  • On-site Diagnostic Services
  • Orthopedics
  • Geriatric Care
  • PennHIP and OFA Certification
  • Boarding Facility
  • Grooming Facility
  • Companion Animal Services
  • Behavioral Consultations
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Microchipping Services
  • Hills Science Diet food and treats

Read Full Post »

The Elephant Sanctuary (Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462), founded in 1995, is the nation’s largest natural habitat refuge developed specifically for endangered African and Asian elephants. The Sanctuary operates on 2,700 acres in Hohenwald, Tennessee — 85 miles southwest of Nashville.

The Elephant Sanctuary exists for two reasons:

  • To provide a haven for old, sick, or needy elephants in a setting of green pastures,
    dense forests, spring-fed ponds, and heated barns for cold winter nights.
  • To provide education about the crisis facing these social, sensitive, passionately intense,
    playful, complex, exceedingly intelligent, and endangered creatures.

The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Read Full Post »

White House Animal Hospital (White House, Tennessee) is dedicated to the health and welfare of all animals. The hospital believes that your pets are an important part of your family and strives to offer the best in medical and surgical care for your animal companions. Your pet’s health is White House Animal Hospital’s number one concern.

White House Animal Hospital was opened in April of 1984 as the combined dream of  Dr. Steven Link and his wife Penny Link. Dr. Link graduated from the University of Tennessee receiving a BS in Agriculture and DVM in 1982. Penny Link received a BS in Agriculture from the University of Tennessee in 1980. They have one son, Justin Link, a graduate of White House High School in 2002. Justin received his nursing degree from LMU in Knoxville, Tennessee in 2007 and is pursuing a career in human medicine.

Read Full Post »

Portland Animal Hospital (Portland,Tennessee 37148) strives to meet the needs of its small and large animal clients by providing an excellent quality of skills and services. With care, compassion, and concern, the veterinarian team, along with the knowledgeable and friendly staff, seek to diagnose and treat your pet. The hospital is able to do this with state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging, including ultrasound and radiology (x-rays).

Portland Animal Hospital is equipped with an in-house lab where its staff can quickly perform blood tests to validate diagnosis of such diseases as diabetes, liver and kidney failure, bleeding disorders, and pancreatic function. Many infectious and parasitic diseases can be diagnosed utilizing on-site lab equipment.

You and your pet are Portland Animal Hospital’s top priority. The hospital’s staff promises to educate and inform you on your pet’s condition and proper care.

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »