Dr. Sandra O'Connor


Cedarwood Veterinary Hospital              (423) 623-4362  

High Quality, Affordable Care with
Superior Customer Servvice
"Healthy Pets = Happy Pets"


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"We ALL have a Great Time when we visit Dr. O'Connor"
"Here I'm checking her vitals!"

Congratulations to Charles Maynard and his dogs,
Daisy and Erin!

They won some great prizes, An auto water fountain to provide fresh clean water constantly.
1 Year of trifexis, 6 months of heartguard and 6 months of Frontline!!


1111 East Hwy 25/70, Newport, TN 37821

Sandra O'Connor, DVM

Gentle Hands....Warm Hearts

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Your pets deserve high-quality medical services and loving care which they will get at Cedarwood Vet Hospital. 

Cedarwood Veterinary Hospital, P.C. is a well established veterinary facility that provides a compassionate and friendly atmosphere for that special member of your family.

The professional and courteous staff at Cedarwood Veterinary Hospital seeks to provide the best possible medical , surgical and dental care for their highly-valued patients.

We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Cedarwood Veterinary Hospital strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Newport, TN and the surrounding areas

In addition to our medical services, this Website is designed to provide information to help you in choosing a pet, learning about health issues of pets, informing you about special events, and offering helpful links.

Prayer for the Animals

"Hear our humble prayer, O God, for our friends the animals, especially for animals who are suffering; for any that are hunted or lost, or deserted or frightened or hungry; for all that must be put to death. We entreat for them all thy mercy and pity and for those who deal with them we ask a heart of compassion and gentle hands and kindly words. Make us, ourselves, to be true friends to animals and so to share the blessings of the merciful."

-- Albert Schweitzer

Wed, 23 July 2014
Recent Updates
Jul 21 2014
Canine parvovirus (CPV) infection is a relatively new disease that appeared for the first time in dogs in 1978. Although vaccines have been developed, puppies and unvaccinated dogs continue to be susceptible to this virus when they come in contact with fecal material from infected or carrier dogs.

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New Services

Ask us about Your Own Personalized Patient Portal and Pet Health ID Cards!

We are now accepting
new clients!

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