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Providing Preventive Care, Medical Diagnosis, Flea & Tick Control, Heartworm prevention and treatment, General and Laser Surgery, Dental cleaning and treatment, Geriatric screening and more!
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Concord Veterinarian | Animal Care Clinic | 704-786-6669
131 Church St. NE
Concord, NC 28025
We have two doctors here and like to see you with scheduled appointments. That enables us to give each pet and client the attention they deserve. We strive to deliver medical care for your pet and communicate to you the impact, prognosis and strategy for dealing with any medical issues your pet may have.Read More
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