Pellissippi Veterinary Hospital

1727 Schaeffer Rd
Knoxville, TN 37932

(865)691-8387

www.pellissippiveterinaryhospital.com

Locally owned and operated 

while proudly serving the 

East Tennessee community 

since 1981

 

 
 

 

More About Us!

 

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the veterinary services we provide for companion animals in Knoxville and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, take a virtual tour of our veterinary hospital, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events.

 

Please call our office today at (865) 691-8387 for all your pet health care needs or click here to contact us or to set up an appointment.

 

Our Promise to You

 

At Pellissippi Veterinary Hospital we are committed to providing quality care at every stage of your pet's life. From routine preventive care for your pets to early detection and treatment of a wide range of conditions and diseases and surgical care, we have the expertise to provide the care your pet needs at every stage of life.

 

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