At Animal Medical Center of Greeneville, we care about all stages of your pet’s health and growth. We provide and encourage yearly healthy pet checks that include a full physical examination, blood chemistries, heartworm testing, intestinal parasite screening, nutritional counseling and vaccinations. Your pet’s vaccine schedule will be under the design and guidance of our doctors. Your pet needs to be examined yearly to enable the doctors to identify any disease process early. We have partnered with an outside lab to provide a full blood chemistry panel that includes heartworm testing, Lyme disease, Ehrlichia, and Anaplasma, a CBC, a SDMA (which can detect kidney disease 27 months earlier in the dog and 4 years earlier in the cat). This allows the doctors to implement a plan of action to better able your pet to combat these killer diseases. This panel also include intestinal parasite testing, and a chemistry panel as well as an urinalysis which includes identification of any bacteria or crystals. Performed yearly, this gives your pet’s doctor(s) the tools necessary to put in place a wellness plan that ensures your pet a healthier, happier and longer life.
Litecure Laser Therapy
AMCG is excited to offer our clients Companion Laser Therapy. Laser therapy provides a non-invasive, pain-free, drug-free treatment which is used to treat a variety of conditions and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatment protocols. Relief and/or improvement is often noticed within hours depending on the condition and your pet’s unique health status. Whether your pet is rehabilitating from trauma or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, your companion can benefit from this innovative approach to treating pain. Applications for laser therapy include: 1.) Treatment of arthritis, degenerative joint disease, or hip dysplasia, 2.) General pain management (sprains, strains, and stiffness), 3.)Post-surgery pain (spays, neuter, declaws, and other surgeries), 4.) Skin problems (hot spots, lick granulomas, infections), 5.) Dental procedures, 6.) Fractures and wounds (bites, abrasions, burns, and lesions), and 7.) Ear infections.
After Hours Emergency
Emergency after-hours services are provided at our hospital location, 370 Morgan Road, Greeneville, TN., 24 hours a day, every day. We do not refer you to an out-of–town emergency clinic. If you should have an emergency, dial (423) 639-6777. Follow the prompts. You will press 1 which will send your call to the doctor on call. If the doctor is attending to another emergency and did not answer your call, please leave a detailed message with your name and phone number. As soon as the doctor is available, you will be called.
Blood chemistries and complete blood counts can be crucial in diagnosing an emergency situation. Having access to in office blood chemistry and urine analysis equipment enable the doctors to make more precise treatment decisions. At AMCG, we have a complete, state of the art in house laboratory. The information the doctors receive on pre-surgical profiles guides them as to how your pet will handle anesthetic agents. This information in turn helps the doctors to decide to proceed with the scheduled procedure or if it needs to be delayed. NO pet is too young for pre-anesthetic blood work. Many health issues that were subclinical have been revealed by preforming this panel. Pets have been given the opportunities to begin life saving treatment early from the information received from a pre-anesthetic panel. For laboratory tests that require special attention, we have access to outside laboratories that have superior ratings to ensure the accuracy of the test results. We have recently partnered with one of the laboratories to provide a general healthy pet panel. This panel can reveal kidney disease up to 27 months before clinical signs are noted in dogs and an astounding 4 years in cats.
Routine surgeries such as spays (ovariohysterectomy) and neuters (castration), are performed at the hospital Monday through Friday. The doctors also repair lacerations and perform various soft tissue procedures daily. When emergency surgery is required, no problem. The doctors and staff at Animal Medical Center of Greeneville are always ready when needed. We always suggest, for your pet’s safety, to have pre-anesthetic blood work run prior to their procedure. The blood work not only enables the doctors to make better informed anesthetic decisions for your pet, but it can reveal underlying health issues that have not yet presented themselves. The information from the blood work also gives the doctor information that will be used to plan the best pain management delivery system for your pet. Not only do we use the most current anesthetics, we use the most current anesthetic monitoring equipment. This allows the doctors to evaluate your pet’s response to the anesthetic agents in real time.
Just like their human counterparts, our pets experience bone, joint, and ligament injuries and diseases. The doctors of AMCG have the ability to perform most orthopedic (bone) surgeries and associated ligament repair at our hospital. Once again, it is strongly suggested to have pre-anesthetic blood work to evaluate your pet’s ability to process the anesthetic agents they will be administered. This blood work can reveal a great deal of information to the doctor, which then enable the doctor to initiate the best anesthetic plan for your pet. This also guides them on the best pain management. Pain medication can also become a complication if the pet’s kidney and/or liver function is compromised. The blood work information allows our doctors to put into place the best medical plan for your pet.
Many times, your pet will have small skin growths, or some pets will have developed masses in the mouth or ears. If this is a situation with your pet, the laser surgery may be the surgical procedure chosen by the doctor to resolve these issues. We provide state of the art Luxar laser surgery for not only the issues noted above but for various other surgical procedures.
Dental cleanings and polishings, extractions, and oral surgeries are performed at Animal Medical Center of Greeneville. At AMCG, we have the capabilities to evaluate the health of your pet’s teeth below the gum line. We can perform full mouth radiography. This can reveal roots that have remained when a tooth has been lost at the gum line. It can reveal other disease processes such as abscesses that may be painful to your pet.
State of the art digital radiology equipment is used to provide the highest quality, safest diagnostic radiographic imaging for your pet.
Our doctors are trained in performing and reading ultrasound images to help diagnose and treat your pet’s illness.
ECG recording and interpretation services are provided to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.
We are excited to provide you with a modern boarding facility for your Pet. Cats are offered Kitty Condos. Dogs may be boarded in either our spacious runs or cages. Our boarding facility is climate controlled, with heated floors, and air exchange unit that provides continuous fresh air throughout, and a secure play and exercise area. Boarding is available for just the day or longer term, overnight stays.
Grooming services are offered. Please call the main number for more specific details.
Nutrition is an important part of every pet’s health. We provide quality pet food for both day-to-day feeding, as well as medical diets to address specific nutritional diseases.
We maintain a well-stocked pharmacy to ensure timely treatment of your pet, and for your convenience. We also offer an online pharmacy to allow for direct shipping to your doorstep. Click here to go to our Online Store.
As pets age, we provide geriatric exams to ensure your pet’s longevity and quality of life.
We have included a drive-thru for your convenience. You may fill out our online form to request prescription refills, pet food, and other products to be ready for pickup at our drive-thru. You may even pickup and drop off your pet with this service.