A fully accredited, technology-driven, low stress pet hospital.
Blue Oasis Pet Hospital provides veterinary services for dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, and other pocket pets. We are excited to share in loving care, support, and knowledge. We are located in the Providence area of Mount Juliet, TN.
We’re an open door pet hospital. You can be with your pet the entire time, through every procedure. It’s a client right. We’ve experienced that terrible feeling to sit in a room, alone, while someone just took your pet, and you have no idea what is going on. We’re glad to end that practice. There is no ‘back room’ where clients are not allowed in our hospital. Pull up a chair and ask questions. Your pet shouldn’t be alone, and neither should you. Your pets want to be with you. We want you to be with them, too.
We strive daily to offer the most modern, scientific, and up-to-date techniques in veterinary medicine. Knowledge is power. Whether it is customized vaccines, the fastest and most comprehensive in-house lab results, or the latest surgical techniques, we make sure that the most accurate and effective tools and care is available.
Blue Oasis Pet Hospital is a low stress facility. Our entire staff are Fear Free Certified Professionals. It’s a totally different philosophy than the traditional pet hospital and we are the only hospital in Mt. Juliet to have these standards in place. We love to give lots of treats during patient visits, we have special pheromone diffusers to help promote a calming environment, and we take extra time with our patients. We want you to be with your pet during procedures that you feel comfortable with so they are calmed by you too. We want to have our patients and their parents feel calm and happy to come visit and stay with us.
We’re the highest ranked Pet Hospital in the Mt. Juliet area for client satisfaction. Google, Yelp, and Facebook give us the highest rank from our customers.
We are an AAHA accredited hospital.
Not all animal hospitals are accredited. Nearly 60% of pet owners think their pet’s veterinary hospital is accredited when it is not. In fact, only about 3,600 (12-15%) animal hospitals in the United States and Canada are accredited. Unlike human hospitals, not all animal hospitals are required to be accredited.
What does accreditation mean? It means your hospital holds itself to a higher standard, and that your pet is receiving care at a hospital that has passed 900 highest standards in veterinary care.