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Located at: 3900 Ten Oaks Road,
Glenelg, Maryland 21737
Office (443) 535-9257 / Fax (443) 535-9259
email us: email@example.com
***In case of inclement weather...please call ahead***
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If you have an appointment during questionable weather, call the clinic at 8 am to see what the plan is for that day.
Monday- Friday- 8am to 7pm
We are open for appointments and emergencies during normal business hours. Doctors arrive at 9 am for appointments.
The clinic will be closed on New Year's Day, 4th of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
We close early Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
Located in Glenelg, Maryland the veterinarians at Triadelphia Veterinary Clinic are committed to your pet's health.
Drs. Dina Jones, Heather Stup and Susan Oltman founded Triadelphia Veterinary Clinic in January 2006 with the idea of creating a very family friendly business that invites your whole family to participate in your pet's veterinary care. We have over 30+ years of professional and compassionate care of animals and the people that love them so dearly. They are more than willing to take the time to explain your pet's health or condition, discuss options and help make informed decisions that suit your entire family.
Triadelphia Veterinary Clinic believes that your pet is a member of your family and deserves the best care possible. Animals can't tell us when they don't feel well. We know you share a bond with your pet and you have a keen sense of knowing when something is wrong. Since you know your pet better than anyone, together we can make decisions in your pet's best interest. Each patient is an individual deserving of our undivided attention. What works for one pet may not work for another; we always take into consideration treatments may vary depending on age, breed, size and physical condition.
We provide the Howard and Carroll County communities friendly, informative, and supportive services for their pets while maintaining a superior working environment for our employees. These services include extensive wellness exams, senior health care and client education, progressive vaccine schedules tailored to the individual, oral health care and prophylaxis, chemotherapy, emergency and critical care during normal business hours, numerous surgeries including laser declaws and neuters, pain management and access to various specialists for consults and referrals. We offer in-house laboratory, digital radiographs (including dental radiographs), on site ultrasounds, both an in house pharmacy and online pharmacy. Our facility is a one stop for your pet's health and medical care.
Your Pets . . . Our Family!
If you have an emergency when we are closed call:
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