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July 12, 2017- Our phones are back up and working again!
July 10, 2017. We have limited phones. Verizon is working to fix this for us. You can text us at 443-799-8992, or call us at 443-535-8469 (office line).
July 7, 2017 There is a power outage through out the area. No phones and no internet.
August 26th 3pm- 5pm
Our Expansion is
finished. Come and see
what we have done.
Ages 4-18 years
TRIADELPHIA VETERINARY CLINIC IS GROWING !!
Construction on our expansion project is complete.
We would like to decorate our empty walls with YOUR animal artwork.
Submit artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org via a photo. Prizes include a 4K wifi action camera and an art kit.
Deadline August 1, 2017.
**Must be client of Triadelphia Veterinary Clinic to be eligible*
3900 Ten Oaks Road
Glenelg, Maryland 21737
(443) 535-9257 Office (443) 535-9259 Fax
Thank You to our wonderful clients for Voting us One of The Best of Howard County.
2016 Honorable Mention
Need a RX refill? Give us a call (443) 535-9257. We require 24 hours for prescription refills. Prescriptions are filled Monday-Friday. See our online store for our full list of prescriptions delivered to your front door.
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We are open for appointments during normal business hours.
Doctors arrive at 9 am.
The clinic will be CLOSED on New Year's Day, 4th of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
We close early on both Christmas and New Year's Eve this year.
We are an AAHA accredited Hospital
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