Thankfully, those of us who live just south of Nashville residents and have pets have a lot of resources right at our fingertips!
There are many different vets to choose from in the Franklin area.
And there are plenty of pet stores — both the dog-friendly kind where dogs are allowed inside the store, and the people-friendly kind where only humans are allowed.
Not to mention all the fun stores that keep popping up and sell unique pet accessories & supplies.
But are you prepared if your pet becomes sick or injured… and your vet’s office is closed?
Here’s what you need to know about Nashville emergency pet care after hours…
We Like The 24-Hour Pet Clinic In Cool Springs
The Pet Emergency Treatment Service (formerly P.E.T.S., now called Blue Pearl) located in Franklin (Cool Springs) has come to our rescue on 2 different occasions — with 2 different dogs — and we couldn’t be more thankful for the services that they provide.
Each time, our dog required evening or weekend emergency care, and we were beside ourselves with fear and emotion.
Their customer service on the phone has always been above par. Even once, when I simply called them for advice. They seem to genuinely love animals and the best part: they enjoy their jobs. So they don’t seem to resent having to work late nights, holidays and weekends.
After Hours Emergency Pet Services South Of Nashville
Bluepearl Specialty & Emergency Medicine For Pets
3020 Mallory Lane (formerly the Golden Corral restaurant location)
Franklin, Tennessee 37067
If you live south of Nashville (Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill) and you have pets — like we do — it’s reassuring to know that emergency treatment for our pets is just a phone call away… and right around the corner!
Nashville Area After Hours Emergency Pet Services
2000 12th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37204
910 Meadowlark Lane
Goodlettsville, TN 37072
2223 NW Broad Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Don’t live near Nashville or Franklin Tennessee? Check here to find after-hours emergency clinics for pets in your area.
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