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Animal Clinic has been dedicated to providing the highest quality veterinary care for your pet since our establishment in 1941. Our professional staff is well trained in all areas of animal nursing and is committed to ensuring that your animal has a comfortable and positive veterinary experience.
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At Animal Clinic Calgary, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Joe Waldman
Calgary Veterinarian | Animal Clinic Calgary | (403) 262-3237
1016 9th Avenue South West
Calgary, Alberta T2P1L9
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