Contact Us

Phone 615.601.2139

Greyhound Pets
of America - Nashville
P.O. Box 1042
Goodlettsville, TN 37070

For your hound's sake

Be prepared

None of us knows when our hounds will need to get to the vet fast. Inevitably, it happens at night or on a weekend or holiday when most vets are closed. That's why it's important to plan ahead. Your hound is counting on you to keep him safe. Don't let him down.

Find out where the closest after-hours emergency clinic is and the quickest route to get there. Better yet, take a few minutes to drive it so you're sure you know the best route. Know their hours and put their phone number in your cell.

Keep a file about your hound's health - receipts from most recent vaccinations, information about routine blood work and a list of their medications - in a place that you can grab it quickly. A credit card is a must. Most of these businesses will only accept credit cards and require that it be swiped before care begins.

Know the facts

Some clinics provide ER services ONLY to established clients. Depending on where you live, this may warrant changing vets. And not all emergency clinics are equal, so talk with other adopters and your vet about options. Only you can judge what's right for your hound. Below is listed the emergency vets we have been able to contact in our territory as of March 1, 2014. This list is not an endorsement of any particular clinic.

We have not been able to confirm after-hours pet emergency services in Clarksville, Lebanon or Bowling Green. If you know of more practices providing emergency care after normal business hours, on weekends, at night and on holidays, please forward the information to and we'll include it. FYI - not all clinics have websites.