Caring For Your Pets
in Brentwood, Cool Springs & Franklin

Our Staff

Dr. Bill Rye and his staff are proud to serve  the Brentwood/Cool Springs/Franklin area.

Our Services

Carothers Parkway Vet Clinic provides the residents of Middle Tennessee with a comprehensive array of Veterinary services in one convenient location

Make An Appointment

If you need to bring your pet into our clinic, make an appointment now. We'd love to see you.

Our Services

Laser Surgery

Our modern surgical suite is fully equipped with state of the art monitoring and support equipment.


Dental Services

Regular dental cleanings and preventive care can support the health of your pet and promote them to live longer lives.

Pharmacy Services

When our veterinarian recommends medication for your pet’s health during a visit, you won’t have to visit anywhere else to get the medication you need.

Preventative Medicine

Preventative health and maintenance measures are vital to the continuing health of your pet.

Feline Boarding

We took great care in designing our feline boarding suite to make sure our patients are stress-free while staying with us.

Meet Our Team


Dr. William Rye, DVM


More About Dr. Rye

Dr. Rye graduated from North Carolina State Veterinary School which is currently ranked as one the top 3 vet schools in the nation. After moving to Nashville in 2003 and working for a wonderful small animal practice in Hermitage, he opened Carothers Pkwy Veterinary Clinic in 2007.


Dr. Sophie Ledman, DVM


More About Dr. Ledman

Dr. Sophie Ledman joined our team June 4, 2018. She is a native of Franklin, TN. Dr. Ledman graduated from the University of Tennessee. Her interests include, but are not limited to: neurology, dermatology, and ophthalmology. At home, she cares for her two canine companions Jeffrey and Sunny. In her free time, she enjoys running with her pups, cooking, and traveling! Dr. Ledman looks forward to meeting and caring for all of our loyal clients and their beloved pets!

Veterinary Fun Facts


More than 70% of all the veterinarians are predominantly treating small animals like cats and dogs and other companion animals, reveals the American Medical Veterinary Association.

Veterinarians are the only doctors in the world who get to study both humans and animals and history has shown that the vets have played very important roles in helping human beings with health issues.

Almost 80% of practicing veterinarians are females.

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