909 McClardy Rd.
Clarksville, TN 37042
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Monday - Friday:
7:30am - 5:30pm

7:30am - Noon

24 Hour Emergency Care Available

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    Who We Are

    Construction was completed on Parkway Animal Clinic in late 1992 and we began seeing patients in January, 1993. Dr. J. Gordon West graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in June, 1976. Prior to building Parkway Animal Clinic he worked for a mixed practice for 17 years treating large livestock (horses and cows) and family pets. After 40 years he remains passionate about veterinary medicine.

    Dr. West considers himself blessed to have the greatest job in the world. He deeply loves God and his family. He's been married to his wife Debbie for 43 years and together they have three sons Derek, Aaron, and Josh. He is also the proud "Pops" to grandsons Gavin, James, Jesse, Sam, and Nathan, and grandaughters Denise and Hadley. Dr. West has many interests and hobbies but boating, wood-working and reading - especially about the Civil War - top his list. All the red oak cabinets and shelves in the clinic were built by Dr. West.


    Dr. Jana DeBoe Howard Sisco attended undergraduate courses at Murray State University in Murray, KY where she earned her BS and MS of Animal Science. Her doctorate work was undertaken at Auburn University in Auburn, AL where she received her DVM. Parkway Animal Clinic has been her place of employment since March of 1999.

    Dr. Howard Sisco is the mother of two children who share their mother's love of animals. Currently, their family is comprised of two ShihTzus named Jordan and Jadyn, one kitty named Rosie, one bearded dragon named Beardie, a panda hamster named Mr. Fluffypants, a dwarf hamster named Socko, and a bunny by the name of Caramal. The family stays active with soccer, dance, Boy Scouts, music and general mischief! Dr. Howard Sisco and her family worship at First Baptist Church. 


    Both Dr. West and Dr. Howard Sisco are members of state and national veterinary associations and attend continuing education conferences annually in order to stay on the cutting edge and learn about the latest breakthroughs in veterinary medicine. They each enjoy learning at conferences and frequently accumulate twice the number of hours of continuing education required for license renewal.