To our valued Clients:
These are trying times and we have to all work together to get this virus under control. In order to help “flatten the curve” we are adjusting our office hours effective immediately.
Monday 8am – 6pm
Tuesday 8am – noon
Thursday 8am – 6pm
Saturday 8am – Noon
We are NOT accepting new clients at this time.
We are taking appointments only, no walk-in’s at the present time.
Please be ON TIME for your appointment. If you arrive early you will be asked to wait in your vehicle until your appointment.
If you feel sick or suspect you may be infected, please stay in your vehicle and call the office (615-360-9222) when you arrive, we will bring your medicine or food out to your car. If you are bringing your pet in for an appointment we will come out to the car and get your pet and bring them in as you wait in your vehicle.
Experienced Care and Compassion The Way It Used To Be…..
We know that your pet is an important member of your family and you would expect them to be treated that way. Whether it be your questions regarding illness, house training, vaccines, blood work or surgery, we take the time to be there for you and your pet in the good times or when the going gets difficult.
For the special medical challenges we utilize only board certified specialists so that you obtain the best and cutting edge of medical care.
We invite you to stop by our office during regular hours to take a tour of our facility, talk to the staff and see how different we are. We have been serving Nashville since 1987…. let us serve you.
Nashboro Animal Hospital has been in the community providing quality and affordable pet care since 1987. Founded by Dr. Kitty Parker, she had the philosophy that our clients are much more than clients, they are family members. Nothing is more true today than the day she started our practice that our clients are family members. Stop by and take a tour of our facilities and staff and be our newest family member.
In an emergency, your pets will be even more dependent on you for their safety and well-being. Your family’s disaster plans must include your furry family members too. Learn what to do to keep your beloved pets safe!
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The staff of Nashboro Animal Hospital extends our most heartfelt sympathy to the Pittsburgh PA Police Department for the loss of K9 officer Rocco who was stabbed and succumbed to his injuries Jan 30 2014.