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Avian & Exotic Pet Care

The AMC provides state-of-the-art routine preventative and surgical health care for birds and a variety of exotic pets.

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AMC to the Rescue

Through AMC TO THE RESCUE, rescued pets like Toby can receive the critical specialty care they need to facilitate finding a forever home.

Ophthalmology

AMC's Ophthalmology Experts

AMC’s board certified specialists are on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to treat your beloved companion animals.

What's New

PAW Day 2014

Join us on May 17 for AMC's "Paw Day 2014: Pet and Wellness Fun," a health fair for families and their pets. This free community awareness event will include a children’s area with Clifford the Big Red Dog, face painting, pet safety information, a stuffed animal vet clinic and much more!

ACVIM Forum

On June 3, The AMC will host an alumni reunion and reception at the upcoming ACVIM Forum. This event will be held at the Gaylord Opryland hotel in Nashville, TN at 7:30pm. We’re excited to celebrate 50 years of postgraduate education at this event and look forward to catching up with AMC graduates!

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The most recent issue of DVM 360 (online) and the March issue of Veterinary Economics magazine feature The Animal Medical Center prominently in the article, “How an old veterinary hospital learned new tricks.”  

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The 6th Advanced Renal Therapies Symposium will be held in New York City on March 26-29, 2014. The conference will begin Wednesday morning and end mid-day on Saturday. At this year’s Renal Therapies Symposium, Dr. Nathan Levin, of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, will be a featured speaker. 

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The AMC Blog

This Friday, April 25, 2014 is Hairball Awareness Day. Most of us think of hairballs left for us by our pet cats as an annoyance, found typically between the bedroom and the bathroom. Their peak occurrence is somewhere around 3am and appear only when you have bare feet. As annoying as hairballs are to us, […]