From humble beginnings as an ambulatory practice, Tennessee Equine Hospital has served the Middle Tennessee horse community for over thirty years. Since 1991, co-owner and practice manager Monty McInturff DVM with partners Matt Povlovich DVM and Mathew Delisle DVM have grown their business into four locations throughout Tennessee with an impressive staff of twenty-four full-time veterinarians, including certified veterinary specialists in surgery and internal medicine. Beginning in 2008, the flagship facility in Thompson’s Station expanded to include the current surgical, diagnostic imaging, reproduction and isolation facilities, as well as the lameness and outpatient facilities.
In the fall of 2014, Tennessee Equine Hospital expanded to a second location in Arlington, Tennessee, outside of Memphis. With a 24/7 urgent care diagnostic clinic, TEH West quickly became the prime spot to serve the horses in west Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. In January 2019, Dr. Matthew Lovell and the team at Lovell Equine Clinic collaborated with Tennessee Equine Hospital to form another satellite location. Tennessee Equine Hospital North in Gallatin, a 24/7 urgent care and outpatient clinic, is well equipped for northern Tennessee and southern Kentucky horses. Through a collaboration with Dr. David Dunlap at North Alabama Equine, the fourth location opened fall of 2019 just over the border in Harvest, Alabama, serving the northern part of that state, as well as southern Middle Tennesse.
After years of focusing on large animal care, the company branched out to serve the small animal friends of the Williamson County community. By focusing on building a diverse team of doctors and technicians that care about your pet, they now have two full-service locations, Berry Farms Animal Hospital located in Franklin and Concord Road Animal Hospital located in Brentwood/Nolensville. Other expansion plans are underway for the spring of 2022.
The small animal hospitals offer annual exams, emergency services, pet boarding and spa services. What sets this business apart from others is the integrative and complementary medicine methods that are not offered anywhere else in middle Tennessee. Their hospitals offer a wide variety of treatment alternatives and integration therapy options for all medical conditions, such as medical acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy and tui-na.
Today, Tennessee Equine Hospital and Cupola Animal Hospital have become staples throughout the state of Tennessee -- not only offering exceptional talent, facilities and service, but also new and innovative methods of serving your large and small animals.
Tennessee Equine Hospital Proudly Supports Friends of Franklin Parks and the Iroquois Steeplechase
Friends of Franklin Parks, Inc. exists to cultivate stewardship within our community to preserve our cultural and natural resources, enhance the park experience and expand its legacy for future generations. To learn more, visit friendsoffranklinparks.org.
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