Do I have to have an appointment to get vaccinations for my dog or cat? No, all vaccinations are done on a walk in basis Monday through Thursday, 10 am – 12:30 pm and 1:30 pm – 3 pm. Microchipping is also provided on a walk in basis.

How much are your vaccinations? 1 year rabies, canine distemper/parvo combo (DA2PP) canine bordatella, and feline distemper (FVRCP) are each $15. 3 year rabies is $21 and feline leukemia (FELV)is $21. (Feline leukemia shot will be administered with proof of a negative feline leukemia test)

Do you provide any financial assistance? Yes, Beesley Animal Clinic provides financial assistance for spay/neuter surgeries for those receiving government assistance or military benefits. Proof of 1 of the following allows 50% off of surgery cost. Proof of 2 or more allows 100% off of surgery cost. Low income or disability documentation must be letter showing currently active for those benefits. Please bring at time the surgery is scheduled. Benefits we accept: TennCare, Medicaid, SNAP, Section 8, Families First, Unemployment, Disability (military included) or Military ID. Clients are responsible for vaccinations (or proof that vaccinations are up-to-date). ** Financial support is offered while funding is available.

What forms of payment do you accept at Beesley Animal Clinic? We happily accept cash, in-state checks and debit/credit cards (4% service fee added for card transactions). We do NOT accept payments over the phone or on our website.

How do I schedule an appointment for my pet to get spayed/neutered? All spay/neuter surgeries must be prepaid before an appointment will be made along with an application being completed. Applications are available at the clinic or one may be downloaded here: BAC APP 05.22 SX    Bring completed application (both Front and Back) into clinic along with payment or mail completed application along with check or money order. We also accept applications via email and a secure payment link will be sent via text.  Once both are received here at the clinic, the spay/neuter surgery will be scheduled. Any financial assistance documentation must also be received prior to scheduling surgery. PLEASE NOTE: Older animals and specific breeds require special handling so please call or stop in the clinic for specific details and instructions if you are wanting an appointment scheduled for an older dog/cat or a brachycephalic breed.

Can I make an appointment to see the vet if my animal is sick or injured? No, being we are a specialty spay/neuter clinic, all pets must be healthy so if your animal is sick or injured please see a full service vet.