474 W US Hwy 72

Collierville, TN 38017 US

(901) 853-8519

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Meet Your Veterinarians

Collierville Animal Clinic has one of the most experienced and distinguished staffs in the region. Our veterinarians provide you and your pet with over 105 combined years of practice in the field. We are constantly seeking to provide you with the most up to date care possible through continuing education and extensive collaboration with veterinary experts and universities. Take some time to get to know our veterinarians and staff and make an appointment to come see us so that we can get to know you!

Dr. Buco has a three dogs Baily, Tucker and Jolie .


  • J.B. Horn, D.V.M.

    Background

    Dr. Horn received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1976 from Auburn University. His practice interests are in canine and feline medicine and surgery. He has special interests in orthopedic surgery including bone plating, pinning, and back surgery.

    Pets

    Dr. Horn has a cat named Frankie.


  • S.B. McGee, D.V.M

    Background

    Dr. McGee received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1993 from Auburn University. His practice interests are in canine and feline ultrasound, medicine, and surgery along with reptile, bird, and exotic animal medicine.

    Pets

    Dr. McGee has 8 dogs, 2 cats, 6 horses, 2 ponies, chickens, turkeys, guineas.


  • T.C. Lilly, D.V.M.

    Background

    Dr. Lilly is originally from East Tennessee and moved to Collierville where her husband accepted a new position. Dr. Tracy graduated from Auburn University and has been practicing high quality medicine for 27 years. She treats all small animals and has special interests in feline medicine and pet dermatology.

    Pets

    Dr. Tracy is a 'mom' to two adult human children, three dogs and two cats.

    Dr. Tracy is excited to be your new neighbor and looking forward to meeting you and her new furry patients!

New patients receive a free wellness exam.

Clinic/Surgery: 901-853-8519
Pet Resort: 901-854-1500




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Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

*Open Every Other Saturday
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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "All staff caring and competent. We are thrilled with the care our dog gets here."
    Catherine, Collierville, TN

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