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Welcome!

If you are looking for the highest standard of pet care, then you have come to the right place. The Farm has provided safe haven for all ages, sizes, and personalities of dogs and cats since 2002. Please browse this website to find the services and information you are looking for. Here you will find solutions to many of your pet needs whether it’s daycare, boarding, training, grooming or nutritional advice. We’d like to be your partner in maintaining your pets’ health and happiness over a lifetime, and we look forward to welcoming you and your pets in person to The Farm at Natchez Trace.

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Canine Influenza Update, September 4, 2022 (prev. updated Aug.21):

Since our initial posting on August 8th there have been many cases of Canine Influenza confirmed by local veterinarians and many more presumed and treated. Thankfully the vast majority have resulted in relatively mild symptoms and full recovery. As feared would be the case, however, a small number have suffered more severe illness and secondary bacterial infections requiring hospitalization. It is also believed that some dogs with underlying medical conditions and/or compromised immune systems have been negatively impacted as a result of having contracted the influenza virus. While fewer cases are currently being reported, the virus is still present and precautions should be taken.

Due to the impact and severity of the recent spread of Canine Influenza in Middle TN, The Farm will require all canine guests to be fully vaccinated against the H3N2 Canine Influenza Virus, as of November 1, 2022. Further details can be found here.

Until November 1, all actions previously taken by The Farm to reduce the possible exposure and spread of the virus will remain in place until all dogs have the opportunity to be fully vaccinated. This includes suspension of group interaction for Overnight Lodging & Adventure Day Camp guests; reduced occupancy; increased hygiene practices, and immediate isolation of any dog heard to be coughing.

The Farm maintains very strict hygiene protocols and is vigilant in assessing any respiratory symptoms in our guests. Please note, however, that it is not possible to guard 100% against a highly contagious infection in any environment shared by more than one dog. The best protection we can give our pets is vaccination.

We strongly urge you to consult your veterinarian if your dog recently received a Canine Cough diagnosis but his/her symptoms have continued or worsened, OR if your dog exhibits any of the symptoms of Canine Cough or Canine Influenza. Symptoms should be taken seriously and acted upon quickly.

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A Virtual Tour of The Farm is a great way to explore our facility! You can check out every nook and cranny of our beautiful campus without leaving your home. In person tours are available anytime.

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Regrettably we are not currently accepting NEW groom clients in order to provide better service to our regular and long-term guests. We hope this will be a temporary situation.

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Group Training Classes are currently forming so claim a spot or get more information here.

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We ask for your patience in allowing us time to get back to you if you call or email us. Each call and email will be answered in turn. Please leave only one message/email as multiples just slow us down. We also suggest that you search the website for the information you need and, before calling, make sure you register with us by clicking on the “RESERVATIONS’ button at the bottom of the page.

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THR!VE Healthy Pet Store constantly adds new and interesting foods, treats and supplements to its all-natural, 100% good for you, product line-up. Make sure you check it out when you visit, or make it easy and order online for delivery or pickup!

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Vaccines are of the utmost importance in helping us keep our environment safe and healthy for your pet!  New for November 1, 2022, all dogs visiting The Farm will need to be up to date on their Canine Flu Vaccine. A reminder also that The Farm requires a visiting dog to have had the Bordetella vaccine within 6 months of their reservation.

 

 

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