555 Trinity Creek Cove, Cordova, TN 38018 US
901-624-9002
  • Quality Veterinary Care in Memphis

    Our team is here to meet your pet’s specialty and emergency needs with exceptional veterinary care.

    About Our Hospital

  • Board-Certified Veterinary Specialists 

    Our specialists have advanced training and qualifications to provide complete veterinary care for dogs and cats. 

    Specialty Services

  • Emergency Vet with 24/7 Emergency Care

    We provide emergency services for cats and dogs in the Greater Memphis Area 365 days a year.

    Emergency Services

  • Professional Referrals Accepted

    We accept referrals from veterinarians for specialty services, emergency care and outpatient ultrasounds. 

    Professional Referrals

Specialties

Specialties

Specialty veterinary services to meet all of your pet’s needs.

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Emergencies

Emergencies

24-hour emergency care for cats and dogs in Memphis.

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Referrals

Referrals

Referrals for specialty services, ultrasounds and emergency care.

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Patients

Patients

Learn what to expect at our Memphis veterinary hospital.

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Memphis Veterinary Specialists

Specialty & Emergency Veterinary Care You Can Count On in Memphis

You can rely on the dedicated team at Memphis Veterinary Specialists & Emergency in Cordova to provide quality and compassionate pet care.

We are staffed with board-certified veterinary specialists during our regular weekday hours and emergency veterinarians 24-hours a day so we can provide your pet with comprehensive care 365 days a year.

Specialty Services          24/7 Emergency Care

Memphis Veterinary Specialists

Veterinary Expertise in Memphis

Providing specialty veterinary services with compassion and care.

Dermatology | Memphis Veterinary Specialists

Dermatology

Diagnosis and treatment of chronic and inflammatory skin conditions in pets 

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Ophthalmology | Memphis Veterinary Specialists

Ophthalmology

Diagnosis and treatment of eye problems in dogs, cats and horses

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Surgery | Memphis Veterinary Specialists

Surgery

Surgical procedures using advanced tools and state-of-the-art technology

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Pet Lovers We've Helped

From Happy Pet Owners

  • “They saved my dog’s life three years ago with a spinal surgery. He’s still doing great!”
    Kevin C.

Address & Hours

Memphis Veterinary Specialists in Cordova proudly serves patients in the Greater Memphis Area.

Hours

24/7 Emergency Services

If you have an emergency, we're available 24/7 all 365 days a year. 

Weekday Specialty Services

Our veterinary specialists offer services Monday through Friday from 8am to 6pm. 

Address

555 Trinity Creek Cove, Cordova, TN 38018 US

Phone

901-624-9002

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Pet Care Blog

Advice and information from our veterinary specialists in Memphis. 

Eye Infections in Cats - Antibiotics & Other Treatments

Eye Infections in Cats - Antibiotics & Other Treatments

When it comes to treating eye infections in cats there are a number of antibiotics that your vet may prescribe based on the underlying cause of the infection. Below our Memphis vets share some of the most common antibiotics for treating eye infections in our feline friends.

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What Breed of Dog is Most Likely to Get Cancer?

What Breed of Dog is Most Likely to Get Cancer?

If you are considering getting a dog, you're likely comparing the different breed characteristics as well as potential health issues associated with each breed. Our Memphis vets share a few of America's favourite dog breeds that face an increased risk of developing cancer.

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Symptoms of Bladder Cancer in Dogs & Available Treatments

Symptoms of Bladder Cancer in Dogs & Available Treatments

Within your dog's urinary system, the bladder is the most common place for cancer to develop. Today our Memphis veterinary specialists share some of the common causes of bladder cancer in dogs as well as symptoms and available treatments for the disease.

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Signs of Bone Cancer in Dogs (Osteosarcoma)

Signs of Bone Cancer in Dogs (Osteosarcoma)

Bone cancer is one of the most common types of cancer our Cordova Veterinary Oncologist sees in dogs. Bone cancer must be detected and treated in its very earliest stages in order to achieve the best possible treatment outcomes. Here's more from our vets on the symptoms and treatments for bone cancer in dogs.

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