Emory Animal Hospital

2311 W. Emory Road PowellTN37849
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Emory Animal Hospital was founded in 1997, and is located at 2311 W Emory Rd in Powell. Additional information is available at www.emoryanimalhospitalrx.net or by contacting Andy Skelley at (865) 947-0437.
by dandb on June 22, 2015 from dandb

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I love Emory Animal Hospital!:
The vet and staff are second to none! I love the atmosphere and the way my pets are treated there. I have rabbits and one in particular is very nervous. She went in for a nail trim in June, she did fantastic! Thanks to the great staff who have worked with her and had patience. I trust everyone at E.A.H. with all my pets!
-Lisa Tallant
by Happy@EAH on July 24, 2012
Great for my dogs!:
We've been going to Emory Animal Hospital since we moved to TN 6 years ago. Dr. Skelley cared for our 2 dogs and we have been nothing but pleased. They've been through the loss of our blue tick coonhound with us and were very compassionate. When we adopted a puppy a few years ago, they took great care of all of her needs as she's grown up. We've also had a shih tzu this whole time and he's received the best of care too. Big dogs, little dogs... good times and sad ones, Emory Animal Hospital has always treated us like family.
by Cara on July 19, 2012
Great place with great people! :):
I have been going to this wonderful Vet's office for years! I've taken my two dogs and my rabbit there.
We've always been treated so warmly by everyone there. The staff actually CARES about the animals and their people which is a truly beautiful thing! :)
I especially love Dr. Skelly as he's such a kind man and a caring vet. He truly wants to help, as do the rest of the staff.
I've been to two other vet's offices in Powell and one in Karns and have had horrible experiences, especially one in particular that I'll not name nor go into the horrible details about.
Anyway, that's why I'm even more thankful to have found Emory Animal Hospital! I just wish we'd only EVER taken our animals to them. But from now on they are the ONLY vet I'll trust and the only one I'll recommend. These guys are very caring, knowledgeable, and competent. You can rest assured when taking your beloved pets to these guys. :)
by justme on July 19, 2012
Wonderful with bunnies:
After looking around at a couple of different small animal vets, we started taking our bunnies to Dr. Skelley. Everyone in the office is friendly, and they both were wonderful when we got our two bunnies fixed there. I have Aspergers, and they were extremely helpful, answering any question I had (and I had a LOT of them) in an understanding manner, and explaining exactly what they would be doing. We get their nails done there now, as well as their yearly check ups. They have been an absolute dream to take our bunnies to.
by Juniper Mina Bullocks on July 14, 2012

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Emory Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary practice in Powell, TN specializing in small animal health care. Our mission is to provide the highest quality in Veterinary Medical animal pet health care in a professional, friendly, relaxed setting.246021ATTR:FULL SERVICEDENTISTRY
by localcom on October 19, 2017 from localcom
At Emory Animal Hospital, we believe that preventative medicine is the way to help our companions live longer, happier lives., We provide quality veterinary care in a friendly atmosphere., Medical decisions are based on the animal's needs, the owner's wishes and the doctor's advice.
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by superpages on September 16, 2014 from superpages
Emory Animal Hospital is located at the address 2311 W Emory Rd in Powell, Tennessee 37849. They can be contacted via phone at (865) 947-0437 for pricing, hours and directions. Emory Animal Hospital specializes in Mammals, Acupuncture, Cats & Kittens.

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