HELLO

FURRY

FRIENDS!

Welcome to Pleasant View Animal Hospital! We have been proudly serving Pleasant View, TN and the surrounding areas since 1987. We offer a wide range of services for your dogs and cats from nail trims to surgeries. We operate on a 100% walk-in basis (excluding surgeries), so your pet can get the care that they need, when they need it. If you have any questions or concerns about your pets' health, come see us! We are open 8:00-5:00 M-F and 8:00-12:00 on Saturdays.

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SERVICES

We are a general practice animal hospital focused on preventative, medical, and surgical care. We are happy to see your pet for any health concern you may have.

EXAMINATIONS

MICROCHIPPING

 

Microchipping provides a non-removable form of identification that can help reconnect you with your pets in the event that they get lost. 

VACCINATIONS

 

We provide the recommended vaccinations for dogs and cats. Vaccinating your pet is one of the most important preventative care measures that you can take.  

SURGERY

 

We offer a broad variety of surgical services including:

  • Spays and Neuters

  • Growth removals

  • Wound repairs

  • Orthopedic repairs

  • Declaws 

  • Anal Gland Removal

  • and others

IN-HOUSE X-RAY AND LAB

In order to diagnose and treat your pet in the most efficient way possible, we have in-house digital radiology and laboratory diagnostic capabilities. 

DENTAL CARE

 

Dental cleanings remove bacteria and tartar that build up on teeth. While your pet is sedated, our doctors are able to closely examine your pet's mouth for any potential problems. Keeping your pet's teeth clean helps prevent gum infections and tooth rot.

 
EMERGENCY CARE

 

We provide emergency care during our office hours: 8:00-5:00 M-F and 8:00-12:00 on Saturdays. After hours emergency care is provided by Nashville Veterinary Specialists (615) 386-0107 and Blue Pearl Emergency (615) 333-1212.

IN-HOUSE PHARMACY 

We have an in-house pharmacy in order to dispense any medications that your pet needs.

 

CONTACT

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2525 Highway 49 E

Pleasant View, TN 37146


Phone:  (615) 746-4070

Fax: (615) 746-5578

In Case of Emergency:

Nashville Veterinary Specialists:

                    Nashville (615) 386-0107

                    Clarksville (931) 551-2121 

 Blue Pearl Pet Hospital:

                    Nashville (615) 383-2600

OUR ADDRESS

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Monday - Friday

 

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Saturday

Closed

Sunday

Thanksgiving 

Closed   

Will reopen Monday

OFFICE HOURS
 

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HISTORY

Pleasant View Animal Hospital was founded in 1987 by Dr. David Gleaves. Just a couple years later, in 1989, Dr. Daniel Gleaves moved back to Pleasant View to partner with his brother Dr. David. As the hospital continued to grow, PVAH became one of the first animal hospitals in the area to become computerized in 1991. Shortly after becoming computerized, the hospital got its first blood analyzer, so bloodwork could be done in-house and patients could be diagnosed on the same day.

 

Through the 90’s, PVAH grew to a point that another veterinarian was needed. In November of 2000, Dr. Jacqueline Lamb was hired as an associate veterinarian. With three veterinarians at the hospital, it was time for an expansion, and in 2001 the new outpatient facility was opened. The new outpatient facility allowed for another period of growth for PVAH, and in 2008, Dr. Jennifer Knight joined the team. The hospital has grown extensively since 1987, but has always maintained sufficient staffing to continue operating on a convenient walk-in basis.

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Dr. David Gleaves

Dr. David Gleaves graduated from Auburn University, interned in Nashville, and practiced in Clarksville, before establishing Pleasant View Animal Hospital in 1987. He and his wife, Leigh, have several kinds of critters they care for at home including, dogs, cats, frogs, parrots, chickens, ducks, goats, and sheep. His hobbies include horticulture and raising Katahdin hair sheep.

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Dr. Daniel Gleaves

Dr. Dan was born in Nashville and raised in Pleasant View. After attending MTSU for undergraduate school, he moved south, to Auburn, Alabama to attend veterinary school at Auburn University. Dr. Dan graduated from Auburn’s Veterinary College in 1988, married his college sweetheart, Susan, and moved to Atlanta to start his career in small animal medicine and surgery. It didn’t take long for Dr. Dan to decide that Pleasant View was the place he wanted to call home.

Dr. Dan moved back to Pleasant View in 1989 to begin working at Pleasant View Animal Hospital. He has loved working in Pleasant View, and has enjoyed raising his 7 children (Ashley, Evan, Brian, Heather, Jason, Landon, and Davin) and all their pets in the town where he grew up. When he’s not working on pets, he enjoys traveling with family, trying to play the banjo, golf, woodworking, church fellowship, and playing with his granddaughter Effie.

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Dr. Jacqueline Lamb

Jacqueline Lamb, DVM, is a 1996 graduate of The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to joining Pleasant View Animal Hospital in November of 2000, Dr. Lamb worked for over 4 years in Northern Virginia in a strictly Feline Practice. She has 2 cats and 2 dogs, all of which are rescue animals. Her oldest, a German Shepherd, is a retired military dog. Dr. Lamb enjoys gardening and quilting in her spare time.

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Dr. Jennifer Knight

Dr. Knight is a native Nashvillian. She received her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from Austin Peay State University in 2004. She then attended Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2008. During veterinary school she completed externships at Southtrail Animal Hospital in Ft. Myers, Florida and Hillsboro Animal Hospital in Nashville, TN.

Dr. Knight began working at Pleasant View Animal Hospital in 2008. Shortly after she got engaged to her husband Ron - he was wearing a Dalmatian costume in the 4th exam room. They now have a son (Corbin) and Dr. Knight's step-son (Isaac). They also have a house full of fur babies: the Golden girls Honey and Cassie, and the kitty boys Gandolph and Theo.

When not at work Dr. Knight enjoys going to the Nashville Zoo (so Corbin can see "his" animals) and planning their next family vacation (usually to Maine).

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