Dr. Russ Anderson and the entire Health Care Team combine a loving, caring touch with professionalism. In addition to our extraordinary compassion for animals, we offer years of experience and expertise in the field of veterinary medicine. All team members participate in regular continuing education classes, keeping up-to-date on the latest technology and treatments. You can trust us with your pet.
We understand your pet is more than just an animal. Your pet is your best friend and companion, a part of your family. We want to help you care for this special family member by providing the high quality health care you want-and your pet deserves.
Our goal is to help your pet enjoy the highest quality of life possible and to give you many years to share in that enjoyment. We promise to do that providing the highest quality veterinary care available.
We are devoted to the long term care of your pet. Our experience and loving professionals can give you peace of mind and help your pet to live a full happy and healthy life. Our Mission
Our goal is to care for each pet as if it were our own and to provide the quality care that your companion deserves. We are devoted to the long term care of your pet. Our experienced and loving professionals can give you peace of mind and help your pet to live a full, happy, and healthy life. Fairview Animal Clinic takes pride in being an accredited member of (AAHA) American Animal Hospital Association. Fairview Animal Clinic: Where pets are people too!
Dr. Russell E. Anderson | Fairview Veterinarian
Fairview Animal Clinic
1597 Fairview Blvd
Fairview, TN 37062
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