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Welcome to All Creatures Veterinary Clinic
Call us at 9317230551 in Manchester or at 9319240551 in Monteagle

Pet Consultation after hours? Call us at (931)2732677

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Sometimes it's tough to know where to turn when your dog, cat, horse, cow, rabbit or other friend--feathered or furry--isn't feeling well. That's why we created allcreaturesvettn.com the one and only pet clinic you'll ever need. Because we are a full-service clinic, your pet can get everything from nail trimmings to abdominal surgery, all in one friendly veterinary clinic. Challenging, complicated and difficult cases welcome!

All Creatures Veterinary Clinic

1567 McMinnville Hwy. Manchester, TN 37355

1016 West Main St. Suite B Monteagle, TN 37356

Doctors Gary Nester, Jeffery Keele, Ross Capps, Justin Hatler
Manchester office (931) 723-0551 and Monteagle Office (931) 924-0551

Meet the Veterinarian

  • Justin Hatler

    Dr. Justin Hatler graduated from The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016 and is an associate veterinarian. He attended UT Martin for his Bachelors Degree in Agriculture with a concentration in Animal Sciences. Dr. Hatler has one cat named Charlie and two farm dogs at home Millie and Dale. He enjoys Cardinals baseball, hunting and fishing.

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  • Ross Capps

    Dr. Ross Capps graduated from The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014 and is an associate veterinarian. He attended Lipscomb University for his Bachelors of Science in Biology. Ross is married to Clara Margaret and they have one German shorthaired pointer named Fancy, a pit bull named Kenayan Drake, a cat named DeAndrew White and a few chickens. Ross enjoys playing sports, fishing and the outdoors.

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  • Jeff Keele

    Dr. Jeff Keele is a native of Manchester and graduated from Coffee County Central High School in 1994. His family has lived in Manchester for eight generations. Dr. Keele received a bachelors' degree in Animal Science from MTSU and his degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2004 from UT Knoxville. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Beverly, and has two children; a son Riley and a daughter, Audrey. Dr. Keele is an avid outdoorsman, enjoys raising cattle, and loves to scuba dive.

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  • Gary Nester

    Dr. Nester recieved his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennesse in 1988 after completing his bachelors degree from UT in 1984. He has two children, Branden and Baylee, with his wife Tracey. Dr. Nester has dogs, cats, horses, lizards and cattle. He enjoys fishing and growing things including cattle and row crops.

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Our Locations

Office Hours

Manchester Clinic 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

Monteagle

Monday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "All Creatures took care of our little April and kept her going for several years. She was a little diabetic, blind, and deaf pug who died November 15, 2016 at 16 years and 7 months old. She probably would not have made it past 12 years old if Dr. Keele had not been willing to make an emergency call and go beyond the call of duty. At one time or another, every doctor in the practice had to take care of her for a variety of problems, and I had utmost faith in all of them. The staff at the front desk were friendly and efficient, and those that bathed her every two weeks were kind and loving. You can't beat All Creatures for your pets."
    Glenn M.
  • "Straight forward answers when we needed true guidance upon the sudden illness of our beloved Boxer. They came in & met us on a Sat. afternoon and immediately had us get to a specialist in M'boro. The news was awful, but at least we didn't watch her suffer thru the weekend while waiting on our Mon-Fri vet... Sweet Rubyloo stayed with us for a few more days, as long as she/we could bare. With one phone call, the vet was waiting for us (this is at 10:15pm) at their office and quickly, quietly, sweetly put her to rest. WILL NEVER GO ANYWHERE ELSE FOR MY PET CARE!!!!!!"
    Deb F.
  • "I had to have an abscess on my guinea pig removed and Dr. Capps took amazing care him. All of the staff there were very friendly and loving towards my guinea and I couldn't recommend them more."
    Taylo B.
  • "Brought my mastiff mix in today for a yearly... we saw Dr. Keele. Couldn't have asked for a nicer vet! From the friendly receptionist to the helpful Tech and courteous/caring nature of Dr. Keele, I will definitely be back!"
    Amanda H.
  • "All Creatures has been my vet clinic for about 15 years. They have given my animals excellent care and been most compassionate at the sad times when our pets leave us. I highly recommend them. They also have been extremely helpful to Coffee County Humane Society, spaying and neutering hundreds if not thousands of pets we refer to them, and hold special s/n clinics for CCHS. This has made a tremendous difference in helping to reduce the problem of unwanted pets in our county and truly is a community service to Coffee County."
    Hazel F.
  • "I absolutely 100% wouldn't take my fur babies and granddoggies any where but ALL CREATURES! They are awesome. Been going to them for almost any 16 years now, and have never thought about another vet. So glad they have an office in Monteagle so close to me. No more driving to Manchester with a sick baby.."
    Mamie H.
  • "My new vet!!! Just love Dr. Ross and staff there. Very professional and took time to talk and answer questions. We were referred there from our usual vet due to him being on vacation and now I am moving all our furbabies to here :-) Precious thanks you Dr. Ross!!!"
    Holly D.
  • "We have always taken our dogs to All Creatures and for good reason. In happy times, as well as sad, Gary Nester has always cared for our pets in a professional and compassionate manner. We have no desire to go anywhere else"
    Vicki B.
  • "I have taken my purebred toy fox terriers to All Creatures Veterinary Clinic for over 20 years. Drs. Nester and Keele have given my AKC/UKC champion and champion-producing terriers routine veterinary care, birthing assistance, surgery, and ultimately, euthanasia when that terrible day came. I have the greatest faith that Dr. Nester, Dr. Keele, Dr Capps, and Dr. Hatler will give your pet the same level of care that they have given mine."
    Deborah F.

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