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Pets add to our lives in much the same way friends and family members do. When your pet is sick or injured, you want a quality care provider to look after your precious friend.
That's why Park Plaza Animal Clinic employs only the most qualified, compassionate veterinary specialists in the Arlington area. We understand the vital roles pets play in their owners' lives and commit our practice to providing professional, expedient care.
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At Park Plaza Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. D'Anne Stephens
Arlington Veterinarian | Park Plaza Animal Clinic | (817) 277-1195
1811 East Park Row Drive Suite A
Arlington, TX 76010
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We love this place. Staff is very friendly and prices are reasonable, the Dr. Is very knowledgeable about bulldogs and spends a lot of time with the owners explaining everything. We live 45 mins away but make the drive just because we know we are getting the best! Would recommend to anyone!
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