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We are committed to our cherished patients and their proud owners. Our services are backed by years of experience and an unwavering commitment to animal welfare.

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What to Expect at a Veterinary Appointment

Knowing what to expect during your initial appointment will help make the experience more enjoyable for both you and your pet.

Get Settled

Please arrive approximately 10 minutes early to fill out our New Patient Form. To save a bit of time, you can complete the New Patient Form online in advance.

Meet Your Veterinarian

A member of our team will review your pet's medical history and discuss any concerns you may have. You are welcome to ask any questions you wish, and we will devote time to responding to them.

Examination, Diagnosis & Treatment

After assessing your pet, we will provide you with a diagnosis and treatment options. Together, you and your veterinarian will develop a treatment plan for your pet.

Following your visit, we will provide you with a detailed report summarizing our findings, our discussion with you, and your pet's treatment plan. We will keep this information on hand in case you require it in the future.

Our Pet Care Philosophy

We are pleased to serve pet owners in Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, and beyond. We are committed to providing state-of-the-art veterinary care with compassion and care for you and your pet.

We are committed to preventing illness, educating clients, and providing comprehensive emergency and rehabilitative care to Lebanon pets.

Hospital FAQs

Read through our hospital FAQs to learn more about our office policies, payment options, and appointment scheduling.

Pain Management

One of the primary goals of Cumberland Animal Hospital in serving the animal community is to provide comfort and compassion to injured and ailing animals. Pain is a notoriously difficult symptom to treat, as it is frequently subjective. What one pet may perceive as a severe injury, another may never indicate that it is in pain.

Further, there are different types of pain, such as acute and chronic. Read through our FAQ to learn more about pain management.

  • How can I tell if my pet is in pain?

    The best way to determine whether a pet is in pain is to listen to them: decreased mobility, slight whining when lying down or sitting up, decreased appetite, and even snapping at their owners are all signs of a pet in pain.

  • What is acute pain?

    Acute pain is pain that occurs suddenly, often as a result of an injury.

  • What can doctors do for acute pain?

    Our veterinarians will examine the animal using x-rays and will recommend a course of treatment based on their assessment of the injury. Whether or not this involves surgery, our first priority is to keep your pet comfortable throughout the procedure.

  • What is chronic pain?

    Chronic pain is more common in adult and senior pets who have joint disease, arthritis, or even certain cancers.

  • What can doctors do for chronic pain?

    Typically, low-dose continuous pain medication is used to maintain the dog's or cat's comfort. Additionally, Cumberland Animal Hospital offers laser therapy to help keep your pet pain-free.

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New Patients Welcome

Cumberland Animal Hospital is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of Lebanon companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.

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