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Welcome to North Madison Animal Hospital! Experienced Veterinarians in Jackson, TN

Welcome to Madison Animal Hospital, where the health and well-being of your pet is our priority. We understand that your pets are a valued member of your family. You want to keep them happy and healthy for as long as possible. As experienced veterinarians, we have the knowledge and technology to care for all types of pets, including dogs, cats, birds, and even exotic animals. Pets greatly improve the quality of our lives, and we love to meet and care for them.

Veterinary Care You Can Trust

North Madison Animal Hospital is a partner of Jackson Animal Clinic. Since 1989, we have provided full-service vet care for all types of pets, including birds, lizards, rabbits, ferrets, and hamsters. Our facility is equipped with the right technology, resources, and people to ensure the best care for your pet.

Services We Offer

Our pet care services include:

  • General Pet Medicine and Surgery
  • Boarding and Medical Boarding
  • Clinical Nutrition
  • Dental Care and Oral Surgery
  • Dermatology and Allergy Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Online Pharmacy

Online Pharmacy

Through our online pharmacy, you can order medications, food, and treats for your pet. We typically ship orders within 24 hours of your vet's approval.

Convenient Pet Portal

As a client of North Madison Animal Hospital, you have access to Pet Portal. By logging in, you can access your pet's up-to-date health records from our clinical database. The portal lets you keep track of your pet's health and learn about various topics related to pet health. Pet Portal also lets you:

  • View your pet's health records, including checkup reminders and medication history
  • Request refills of pet medication and pet food
  • Request an appointment or request a boarding reservation
  • Update your contact information
  • Add new pet information and notify our animal hospital if your pet is missing
  • Learn how to prevent various pet diseases and watch informative videos on pet health
  • Opt in for routine email communication
  • Customize your account

Give Your Pet the Care He or She Deserves

North Madison Animal Hospital serves pets and pet owners in and around Jackson, TN. With five experienced, full-time veterinarians ready to assist, we are always equipped to give your pet the care he or she deserves. Pet care lasts a lifetime, and we strive to nurture lasting relationships with you and your pet. Call North Madison Animal Hospital today at 731-664-6200 to schedule an appointment.

Office Hours

Monday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Tuesday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Wednesday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Thursday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Friday:

7:00 AM-5:30 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

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Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "I had the best experience for my babies first vet visit! I think I was more nervous than he was! Thanks Dr. Schmidt, and staff you did a fantastic job taking care of my Sherbert! We will be returning without a doubt!!"
    Sarah M.
  • "I raise and care for about 40 ducks, and it was such a relief to find Dr. Cindy Schmidt. She is obviously knowledgeable about birds, and I could tell right away she has a love and respect for them as well."
    Cynthia W.

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