Important Announcements:

COVID-19- We we are not worried for your pets contracting it and why. Please read this helpful article from the AVMA. https://www.avma.org/resources-tools/animal-health-and-welfare/covid-19

April 2021- please read the below updated notice about COVID-19 and our protocol update within the hospital.

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Update, Update- Read all about it!

We will be closed on Friday, April 30, 2021 for staff development and planning.

We want to continue thanking you for your patience, kindness, and support through this pandemic. We continue to do our best to provide care for your furry family members while keeping you and our staff healthy.

We continue to monitor the COVID pandemic closely. At this time we will remain offering curbside service only. Our exam rooms and lobby are small and do not allow for proper social distancing. Our staff is in the process of becoming vaccinated. We will continue to constantly monitor the situation. Keep in mind that we must still maintain social distancing with curbside services; therefore, we are moving at a slower pace and a modified schedule to allow for thorough communication with each client as needed. We are still prioritizing ill and problem patients but will see wellness exams and routine care as time allows. It is recommended that you call plenty in advance for wellness exams, vaccines, and other routine services as we have limited availability and are booking 3-6 weeks out at this time. 

Please remember when coming to the clinic for any reason to stay in your vehicle and call the office for assistance. Please do not try to enter the building. 

Our new 2021 hours are listed below... 

Monday-Thursday: 8am-7pm, Friday: 8am-6pm, Saturday: 8am-12pm, and Sunday: CLOSED

We again want to thank all of you for your patience, kindness, and support. 

REMINDER FOR FOOD AND PRESCRIPTION REFILLS:

We are busier than usual, please allow for extra time for filling medication and food refills. Also, if you want a refill without leaving your house, check out our online pharmacy! Delivery right to your door (many prescription diet prices beat those of chewy)! https://triadvet.vetsfirstchoice.com/


3900 Ten Oaks Road

Glenelg, Maryland 21737

Office (443) 535-9257

Fax (443) 535-9259

Email: tvcstaff1@gmail.com


Accepted Payment Methods:

We do not accept care credit at this time.


Need a prescription refill? 

Give us a call (443) 535-9257 or go check out the online store! We require 24 hours for prescription refills in the hospital. You will be called once your prescription is ready for pick up. 


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