84 University Parkway

Jackson, TN 38305 US

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  • Does your pet need medical attention?
    Pet Medical Attention University Parkway Animal Hospital in Jackson, TN, provides expert veterinarian care for all your pet’s medical needs. When your pet requires medical attention, it's important to take prompt Read more
  • How Safe is Pet Anesthesia?
    Some pet owners who find out that their dogs or cats need surgery start to worry about the anesthesia. They may wonder about the safety of these medications and whether Read more
  • Heat Stroke in Dogs & Cats: Prevent Your Pet from Overheating
    Preventative care can help keep your pet safe and healthy when the weather becomes intense in the summer months so they don’t experience an emergency. At University Parkway Animal Hospital Read more
  • Common Sickness Among Pets
    Seeing your pet distressed and in pain is heartbreaking. If you think your pet may be sick, take him to University Parkway Animal Hospital in Jackson. Here are some of Read more
  • Flea & Tick Prevention
    Keeping Your Pets Safe from Fleas & Ticks Fleas and ticks are parasites that can adversely affect the health of dogs and cats. They are often thought of as simply being Read more
  • Importance of Pet Microchipping
    Unfortunately, missing pets is a reality. Statistics show that one in three pets will go missing at some point. Luckily, reconnecting with your pet has been made a lot easier Read more
  • Questions To Ask Before Your Pet Surgery
    FAQs Before a Pet Surgery If your pet is about to undergo a surgical procedure, there are a few things that you should ask beforehand. University Parkway Animal Hospital in Jackson, Read more
  • Flea & Tick Prevention
    Keeping Your Cat Safe from Fleas & Ticks Fleas and ticks can certainly be annoying to pets, but many cat owners don't know just how bad they can be for their Read more
  • What to Expect After Orthopedic Surgery for Your Pet
    Sometimes, pets need surgery. You might be surprised by how your pet responds to surgery. Our veterinarian at University Parkway Animal Hospital in Jackson would like to discuss what you Read more
  • 5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist
    If you are a pet parent, it is important to look for signs of health problems and irritations in your pet. Some of the most common issues in pets are Read more
  • ASPCA's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month in October
    It is essential to celebrate the things in life that matter. This October, Adopt a Shelter Dog Month gives us a reason to celebrate. With millions of dogs in shelters Read more
  • September Is Happy Cat Month
    September is Happy Cat Month, and our veterinarians at University Parkway Animal Hospital are ready to help you celebrate. We are an animal hospital in Jackson offering our furry patients Read more
  • What You Need to Know About Spay and Neuter
    Spay & Neuter Procedures Spaying or neutering your pet is a vital part of keeping it healthy. There are many different benefits to these procedures. Spaying or neutering your pet is Read more
  • Why Is My Dog Vomiting?
    Unfortunately, dogs and other pets are prone to stomach aches just like humans. As a result, dogs, cats, and other pets may experience vomiting, diarrhea, and other digestive problems. Sometimes, Read more
  • Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm Disease
    A healthy pet reflects a caring and loving owner. That's why it's imperative for pet owners to be equipped with information concerning common diseases and infections that can have a Read more
  • Signs of Arthritis in Pets
    Just like humans, pets can get arthritis. The condition can be debilitating for your pet and can lower its quality of life. At University Parkway Animal Hospital in Jackson, TN, Read more

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