Welcome to Waverly Animal Clinic,
your veterinarian in Waverly.
Call us today at 931-296-4900 !

veterinarian in WaverlyDr. Jessica Peek and associates Dr. Abigail Moore, Dr. Allyson Branch, and Dr. Rachel Foor welcome you to Waverly Animal Clinic.  We are committed to your pet's health and well being. 

The doctors and staff at Waverly Animal Clinic have provided Waverly compassionate veterinary care and pet services year after year, making us the animal clinic of choice for pet owners in and around Humphreys County, Tennessee. Read our petsimonials and pet memorial page to meet some of our beloved animal friends.

Waverly Animal Clinic is a full-service animal hospital for both large and small animals whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care.  Our staff is passionate about veterinary medicine and are extremely well trained. We strive to provide professional, affordable, and advanced veterinary services. At Waverly Animal Clinic, you will walk into a welcoming and friendly environment every visit.

Waverly Animal Clinic offers the Waverly community 24 hour emergency vet care for both large and small animals.  We provide medical, surgical, and dental services. We have an in-house pharmacy, in-house laboratory, and boarding facilities. Our large animal hospital is equipped with a hydraulic cattle chute with foot table and equine stocks.  If you are new to our website, please browse around to learn about our facility and to read interesting pet articles and watch groundbreaking pet videos. If you have any questions, call 931-296-4900 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Waverly veterinarian office is very easy to get to -- just check out the map below! We also welcome you to subscribe to our newsletter, which is created especially for Waverly pet owners.

Remember, at Waverly Animal Clinic, your pets are our family!

Dr. Jessica Peek 
Waverly Animal Clinic | 931-296-4900

618 Clydeton Rd
Waverly, TN 37185

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Jessica Peek
    Dr. Jessica Peek was born and raised in Humphreys County. She attended the University of Tennessee for her undergraduate and veterinary education. Dr. Peek graduated from veterinary school in 2007, and began work at Waverly Animal clinic the following week. Dr. Peek worked as an associate veterinarian until buying the clinic in 2010. She is happily married to David Peek.They have 3 sons (Dustin, Dayton and Wyatt), 6 dogs, 4 cats, 2 horses, a guinea pig, chickens, and cows. She enjoys spending time with her family, horseback riding, swimming and reading.

  • Dr.
    Abby Moore

    Dr. Abigail Moore grew up in the mountains of East Tennessee. She attended the veterinary school at the University of Tennessee. After graduating in 2008, she completed a one year Equine Ambulatory internship at Colorado State Veterinary Teaching Hospital that focused mostly on equine dentistry, medicine, and lameness. She has been practicing at the Waverly Animal Clinic since August 2009. In her spare time, she enjoys riding horses, hiking, and spending time with her husband, two children, 3 dogs, 4 cats, 2 horses, and the family cows/farm.  

  • Dr.
    Ally Branch

    Dr.Ally Branch was born & raised in Camden, Tn. She attended UT Martin for her undergraduate education & in May 2020 she graduated with her DVM. In her free time, Dr.Ally loves to be outdoors, hiking, riding horses, & being on Kentucky Lake. A few of her favorite things include her Australian Shepherd named Dallas, reading, & listening to live music. She is happy to be a part of Waverly Animal Clinic.

  • Dr.
    Rachel Foor

    Dr. Rachel Foor is from McEwen, Tn & she has worked at Waverly Animal Clinic since 2013 when she started as a kennel assistant. She graduated from Ross University of Veterinary Medicine after completing her clinic year at the University of Tennessee Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In her free time, Dr. Rachel enjoys horseback riding, kayaking with her dog Kip & spending time with her cat Annie.

  • Retha Nix
    Office Manager

    Retha was born and raised in Humphreys County. She is happily married to Charles (Chuck) Nix. They have 2 daughters and 5 grandchildren. Retha began working at Waverly Animal Clinic in 1977. Her hobbies include fishing and chasing grandchildren. She is a member of Ellis Grove Presbyterian Church.

  • Wanda Chambliss

    Wanda has worked at Waverly Animal Clinic since June 2006. She has been married to her husband Ronnie for 33 years. They have 2 children, 3 grandchildren & 1 great-grandchild. They also have 2 furry dog friends Sassy and Roscoe. They have lived in Waverly since 2002.

  • Heather Haley

    Heather was born & raised in Humphreys County.  She has worked at Waverly Animal Clinic from 1999-2004 and Jan 2019 to present.  She has 1 fur baby named 'Haven'.  She enjoys spending time with friends and family, especially her 3 nieces. 

  • Anna DeMoss

    Anna was born and raised in Humphreys County.  She has worked at Waverly Animal Clinic since March of 2019.  She has been married to her husband Jonathan for 22 years. She enjoys spending time with her family, doing things on the family farm. They have 2 children Matthew and Becca and 3 fur babies (Max, Bo, and Kane). 

  • Emma Wright

    Emma was born & raised in Waverly, Tn. She has worked at Waverly Animal Clinic since October of 2019. You may have spotted her working with your pets previously, as she used to be a kennel assistant but she has now joined the front desk staff as a receptionist. She has 2 fur babies, Colt & Rylee Ann. She enjoys spending her free time hanging out with friends & attending car shows.

  • Heather Hughey
    Veterinary Technician

    Heather has worked at Waverly Animal Clinic since March 2013. She graduated from Waverly Central Highschool in 2012 and then continued to complete the Veterinary Technology Program at Columbia State in May 2015. Heather welcomed her beautiful baby girl, Claire, into the world on April 22, 2017. Heather has 2 dogs (Zues and Ares).  

  • Brandie Stewart
    Veterinary Technician

    Brandie was born in Dickson and graduated from Dickson County High School. She finished her training to be a veterinary technician at Columbia State Community College in May of 2017. After graduating she came straight to Waverly Animal Clinic. Brandie loves to ride horses in her spare time. She also loves spending time with her family, 1 dog, 2 cats, and 5 horses.

  • Autumn Winchester
    Veterinary Technician

    Autumn is from Paris, Tn & she graduated the University of Tn at Martin with a Bachelors in Veterinary Health Technology in May 2019 & acquired her license in Dec 2019. She became an employee with us in March 2019 with an interest in large & small animals. In her spare time she enjoys the outdoors with her son, Jasper.


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I could not ask for better Dr.Abby was awesome thanks to her so much for saving my Dora and new addition Miss Lil Luckie she save their lives."
    Audra F. / Waverly, TN

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