To reserve a time for the veterinarian(s) to see your pet, please call 931.359.6376. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please contact us as soon as possible and reschedule your appointment.
What to Bring to Your Pet’s First Appointment
The most important thing to bring to your first appointment is your pet, of course. After making sure they are along for the visit, be sure to bring any pertinent veterinary records and/or other documentation that would be informative for your pet’s new exam with us. We can call and request information from a previous veterinary hospital if needed. Remember, you can always ask the staff what you need to bring when you make your appointment. We ask that you arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to fill out any new client or other documentation as needed to update your pet’s record.
Patient Arrival Policy
Your pet’s comfort is one of the top concerns for the staff at Companion Animal Hospital. Nevertheless, your pet may still be a bit anxious when they come to the clinic. For this reason, we kindly ask that you keep your pets leashed or in a carrier at all times. This is also for your pet’s, and other patient and client’s safety. All cats must come to the clinic in an appropriate cat carrier or on a leash as well.
General Safety and Boarding
For client convenience, boarding services are provided by CAH. In order to ensure the safety of all the animals who board with CAH, up-to-date vaccinations and proof of vaccinations are required for all boarding pets. The staff of CAH is happy to help in determining what vaccinations are needed in order to be up-to-date.
Companion Animal Hospital is happy to accept cash, check and major credit cards, including Mastercard, Visa, and Care Credit for payment of services. Full payment is expected at time of service. If necessary, other arrangement must be made prior to any services being rendered.