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  • Dominick

    Dominick has been our groomer since June 2005.  He loves gardening when he isn't here beautifying.  He has one silver tipped Persian cat at home name Vladimir.  In his spare time Dominick (or Constantine as he likes to be referred to) loves shopping for castles, detailing his car, and trying to find the sneaky person who parked in his spot.

  • Chaz

    Chaz is our Head receptionist at Cordova Station.  She is the owner of the 2016 People's Magazine World's cutest dog.  Chaz enjoys taking long walks to the mailbox (when she knows the mail has not come yet), stealing the last piece of cake, and checking daily to make sure her split ends are not getting any worse.

  • Dr.
    Steve Warner

    Dr. Steve Warner has been practicing with us for 12 years.  He is a dedicated turkey sandwich connoisseur and when he is not here he enjoys playing tennis, canoeing, and going to the rifle range.  Dr. Warner walks everywhere he goes with a purpose and if you are in his way he WILL run you over.  If you look closely, you can see flames coming off the bottom of his shoes.

  • Dr.
    Kyle W. Sanders

    Dr. Kyle W. Sanders is our main veterinarian and the owner of Cordova Station.  He has been practicing veterinary medicine for 35 years.  When he is not working, he enjoys showing horses and riding his zero turn lawnmower.  You won't catch him without a Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop Tart, Mello Yello, or his Clic Reader Magnetic glasses around his neck.  He truly is one of a kind.

Take Care of Your Furry Friends at Cordova Animal Hospital

Pets are like family, which is why our team at Cordova Station Animal Hospital is dedicated to making sure the furry friends in your life receive the best veterinary care. We provide several quality services for all sorts of pets and animals, so your pets can get back to doing what they do best, playing with you!

About our animal hospital in Cordova, TN 

Our practice is led by Dr. Sanders, an experienced veterinarian with 35 years worth of experience caring for pets and animals of all kinds. In fact, in his free time, you may see him showing or riding horses himself! He wants to help the pet owners of Cordova, TN provide the best care for their pets, which is why he offers gentle, quality care to the animals in your family. Additionally, Dr. Warner has over 12 years of experience working with pets and is a great member of our veterinary team. 

We are located in Cordova, TN and we serve all sorts of pets and animals. Learn more about our office in the "About Us" section of our website. You can even take a virtual tour of our office, so you and your pet will be comfortable the first time you visit us. We offer various resources for first-time patients, which you can view in our “New Patient Center” section. Fill out new-patient forms and get an idea of what to expect all in one place! 

Veterinary services at Cordova Animal Hospital 

We are a full-service veterinary, medical, and surgical center. We perform yearly physical exams and routine veterinary care, along with more advanced surgical procedures. We also provide your pet with quality dental care. Is your pet experiencing a medical emergency? We can help. Call us immediately and we will do everything we can to ensure your pet gets the proper care, fast.

We also offer a range of select services including microchipping and pet registration, grooming, boarding, nail trimming, and pest (tick, flea and heartworm) prevention. We are your all-in-one stop for quality veterinary care for your furry friend.

Visit Cordova Animal Hospital 

We encourage you to take a look around our website to explore all of the services that we offer. We also have a variety of articles and resources about caring for your pet on our blog as well. Learn more about our doctors, procedures, and services at Cordova Station Animal Hospital through the various resources we provide on our website. If you have questions or you would like to schedule an appointment, call our office at 901-753-3540. We can't wait to meet your pet and help keep your furry friend happy and healthy for years to come.

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Our Regular Schedule

Our Regular Schedule

Cordova Office

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Best vet in the city. They truly love my pets as their own and take a personal interest in me as the owner as well. Thank you for all you do and love all of you!!:)"
    - Jennifer T. / Cordova, TN

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