The PetWellClinic

The PetWellClinic is a walk-in veterinary wellness clinic dedicated to helping dog and cat owners prevent their pets from getting diseases and parasites, diagnose and treat illnesses, injuries and skin conditions, manage chronic conditions and monitor lab work in a quick and affordable manner. We offer: quality care, clean environment, convenient hours, no long waiting, quick in and out, affordable prices, and manufacturer-guaranteed preventive medications at internet prices.

Our Services

We offer four general areas of veterinary services
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Wellness Care

Serving the best in wellness care, the PetWellClinic provides annual wellness exams, vaccinations, annual wellness lab tests and tests for internal and external parasites, as well as preventive heartworm and flea medicine at an affordable price.
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Minor Illnesses

Most of what we do as veterinarians at the PetWellClinic is take care of ear infections, skin issues, eye problems, minor injuries, cough and nasal discharge, stomach upsets, and other gastrointestinal issues.
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Chronic Conditions

For senior pets with issues like arthritis and those pets suffering from chronic conditions like diabetes and heart failure, we at the PetWellClinic make it convenient and affordable to maximize your pet's comfort. From periodic medication blood testing to the actual chronic medications, we provide guidance for your pet's care on an outpatient basis.
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Laboratory Testing

We offer the most comprehensive blood testing at an affordable price. Come to us if your current veterinarian charges more or if your pet needs a periodic blood test for certain medications. We make it easy to send the results to you or the entity of your choice.

PetWellClinic Locations

We have three locations to serve you!

PetWellClinic - West Knoxville

Our PetWellClinic location is located at 10549 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37922, between Lovell Rd and the Pellissippi Parkway. Open 11am-7pm Monday, Thursday and Friday, and 1pm-5pm on Saturday.

PetWellClinic - Midland Plaza Alcoa

This location can be found at 228 S.Calderwood Rd, Alcoa, TN 37701 and is open Saturdays 1pm-5pm.

PetWellClinic - West Hills

This PetWellClinic location can be found at 7329 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919 near the West Town Mall. Open 7 days a week 11am-7pm.

Our Vets

Our Veterinarians are here for you and your pets!

Stephanie King DVM

Ellen Yungmeyer DVM

Sam Meisler DVM

Andrew Bodenstein DVM

Katie Comerford DVM

Testimonials

Testimonials from our clients

Very friendly staff, quick to get in and out, especially with the convenience of prepaying online! the best service around for the money!

Terry J.

I love being able to walk in without an appointment and really appreciate the caring environment. My last visit was exceptional, and a big thank you to the staff for helping me with my dog who has difficulty walking.

Angeline A.

Wonderful veterinarian & staff! I have NEVER been to a better vet and I’ve had animals my whole life. I can’t brag enough on this place. Such a blessing.

Shareka T.

From the Blog

Pet Health Articles from Our Blog

UT Expert Predicts Bigger Tick Season This Spring

Springtime sure is sweet in East Tennessee. Daffodils and redbud trees are blooming and it’s that time of year when it seems as if everything is bursting to life—unfortunately, that includes ticks. In fact, WBIR recently reported that East Tennessee is expected to have a bigger than usual tick season this spring. Dr. Graham Hickling, […]

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Is Your Aging Pet Trying To Tell You Something? 4 Ways To Care For Senior Pets

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, cats and small dogs are generally considered geriatric around the age of seven. Large breed dogs tend to have shorter lifespans and are considered geriatric at approximately six years of age. Just like humans, aging pets can develop a host of health challenges and complications. Some of the […]

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What Are The Symptoms Of Hyperthyroidism In Cats?

While most cat owners are surprised when their beloved cat is diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, it’s actually the most common hormone-related feline disease. A cat’s thyroid helps regulate many bodily functions, primarily metabolism. But when the thyroid produces too much of the hormone thyroxine, it sends your cat’s metabolism into overdrive. As a result, your cat’s […]

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Interested in visiting our clinics?

Just walk-in anytime during our open hours and we will take care of you. No need for an appointment.