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South Franklin Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian In Franklin,Tn

Call us at 615-595-2337

At South Franklin Animal Hospital we strive to follow our mission statement, that we extend to our clients the highest level of care to them and their pets. We believe in forming relationship bonds with pets and their family, with genuine care and compassion.


We want our clients to know it is our priority to provide the best in veterinary care to our patients and it is our goal to assure that you, the owner, are well informed and comfortable with the decisions made regarding your pets care.

We strive to offer our clients the best state of the art technology and specialty veterinary care available. Our  SFAH staff members are dedicated to the care of animals, and they are willing to do whatever is necessary to make your pet comfortable with the highest quality standards of any veterinary facility.

Our facility provides a wide variety of pet products and services including full veterinary services, pet styling, pet boarding, and a full inventory of pet supplies. Regardless of your pet's stage in life, we have the selection of the products to keep them healthy. Our products are selected based on personal use and newest research data.

We want our clients to know it is our priority to provide the highest level of veterinary medicine and care to our patients and our goal to assure that you, the owner, are well informed and comfortable with the decisions made regarding your pets care. At SFAH, we will try to always present a treatment plan and estimate of cost.

Our hospital has the best state of the art veterinary equipment and technology. Dr. Sammons is committed to staying on top of the newest and best in medicine, surgery, and products. She is committed in networking with boarded veterinarians, specialists, and universities on all cases to get the best results for the patient and clients. If a case cannot be handled, Dr. Sammons believes in appropriate referral of cases.

At South Franklin Animal Hospital, Dr. Sammons also is committed to the pet's life stages of care, from pediatric to geriatric. This includes appropriate recommendations on wellness lab work, vaccinations, supplements, and diets. Dr. Sammons and staff spends a lot of time with communications with clients on puppy topics, such as crate training, training tips, and behavior concerns, as well as geriatric topics, such as cognitive dysfunction, urinary incontinent, and quality of life. Most important is Dr Sammons and her SFAH Staff are always in touch with clients via email, phone, and/or text message.

Dr.Sammons strongly feels that it is a TEAM approach with the client on all stages of a pet's life, but most important as the pet nears end of life. She takes a personal approach to not only helping clients prepare for the day, but walks with the clients on that day to make sure that the celebration of the pet's life is perfect. At SFAH, no detail is forgotten.

At South Franklin Animal Hospital, we think of our facility as a place of healing, warmth and goodwill. With a  staff dedicated and trained  to attending to the best interest of both the patient and client. Each staff member is deeply committed to your pet's health and well-being. We fully dedicate ourselves to providing top-notch, personalized medical care in an environment that is both welcoming and comfortable for you and your loved companion.

We look forward to seeing you soon! 

We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. If you want to ask a question call (615) 595-2337 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Franklin veterinarian office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for Franklin pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.

At South Franklin Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Cheryl Sammons
Franklin Veterinarian | South Franklin Animal Hospital | (615) 595-2337

137 Alpha Drive
Franklin, TN 37064


 

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