Being a pet parent can be a lot of work! The good news is, there are many animal care professionals in our area who can help you with whatever you may need!
Click here for a list of Memphis-area veterinarians.
Emergency Veterinary Care (Overnight/weekends/holidays)
Animal Emergency Center
3767 Summer Ave., Memphis, TN 38122
Monday-Friday: 6 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Weekends and Holidays: 6 p.m. Friday – 8 a.m. Monday
555 Trinity Creek Cove, Cordova, TN 38018
Monday-Thursday: 6 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Weekends: 6 p.m. Friday to 8 a.m. Monday
Also open all major holidays
Memphis Animal Emergency
2192 Central Ave., Memphis, TN 38104
Monday-Friday: 6 p.m. to 7:30 a.m.
Saturday 12 p.m. to Monday 7:30 a.m.
Specialty Veterinary Care
Memphis Veterinary Specialists
Memphis Veterinary Specialists (MVS) is a referral-based specialty hospital serving the needs of small animal patients of the entire Mid-South region. MVS offers a wide array of diagnostic tools and treatment options.
Angel Care Cancer Clinic for Animals
Cancer care program is aimed at providing information, options for care and treatment of pets with cancer and support for the individuals and families
Pet Fit Animal Rehabilitation
Pet Fit is an Animal Rehabilitation Practice specializing in the musculoskeletal care of pets.
Phillip Van Zandt Photography
Phillip has donated hundreds of hours photographing homeless animals in the Mid-South, including many of the photos on this website. He offers pet photography to private clients as well (like the photo at left), as well as families, couples, weddings, and corporate.
www.pvzphoto.com | PVZ Photo on Facebook
Wildflowers Photography has donated their services to HSMSC and other rescue organizations for events as well as adoptable animals. They offer photography sessions for pets, families, couples, and weddings.
www.wildflowersphotographymemphis.com | Wildflowers on Facebook
Free Air Photography
Free Air Photography takes photos of adoptable animals at Memphis Animal Services (the city of Memphis’ animal control facility every Tuesday as part of Memphis Pets Alive’s Wag Along Tuesday). She offers private sessions for pets and people.
www.freeairphotography.com | Free Air on Facebook
At HSMSC, we only recommend using positive reinforcement training, and trainers who exclusively use these methods and avoid any aversive techniques. There is a professional organization called Positive Trainers of the Mid-South, which is a great place to start in looking for a dog trainer. Click here to see their list of members. Keep in mind that there may be positive dog trainers not involved with this group, so it’s good to do your own research. But make sure they use only positive training methods.