Arlington Pet Hospital, PLLC 
East Memphis Pet Hospital




   Dr. Davis, Dr. Bean Allen, Dr. Laros-Beard, Dr. Hezel, Dr. Rahm & Dr. Haugh

 Arlington (901) 317-4412    East Memphis (901) 317-4414


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Heartworm Disease is a very serious disease that can be deadly if left untreated.  As effective as preventative medicine is, your dog or cat can still become infected, so annual testing is necessary.  The sooner it's detected the better your pet's chance of recovery.

 Don't wait until it's too late.  If your pet has not been tested within the last 12 months, make your pet a priority and schedule your appointment to check for heartworm infestion today.  Our staff are ready to assist you with all your needs.

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Arlington Pet Hospital
11065 Hwy 70
Arlington, TN  38002

Regular Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday (1st & 3rd)8:00a.m. - Noon

Boarding Pickup/Drop off Hours

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East Memphis Pet Hospital
492 Perkins Extended
Memphis, TN  38117

Regular Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday (2nd & 4th)8:00a.m. - Noon

Boarding Pickup/Drop off Hours
 Sunday (After Hour Pickup/Drop off)    3:00p.m. -5:00p.m.

 Sunday (After Hour Pickup/Drop off)    4:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.

Our Mission Statement:

We, the staff of Arlington Pet Hospital and East Memphis Pet Hospital, will strive to maintain a facility and clinical atmosphere that models excellence, integrity, warmth, and professionalism. We will always encourage those diagnostics, procedures, and products that we feel will most benefit your pet's overall health and well-being. Our staff will do all in its power to meet and exceed your expectations while caring for your pets. 




Sun, 22 April 2018
Recent Updates
Mar 08 2018
Don't Get Stung By Heartworm Disease
Mosquito season is just around the corner or may already be buzzing in many parts of the country. Mosquitoes' itchy bites are not only annoying for humans and animals alike, but they also have the potential to transmit life-threatening illnesses. In pets, the mosquito-borne heartworm is extremely dangerous. Luckily, this disease can easily be prevented.


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