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Yellow Springs Veterinary Clinic is a full-service animal hospital, in Frederick, MD providing the highest quality healthcare for your pets. Our primary goal is to improve the quality of life for our patients through compassionate care and the mastery of today's high tech veterinary medicine. Dr. Barbour founded the practice in 1990, and is very proud of having built a state-of-the-art facility and assembled a highly-qualified and motivated staff in order to provide the best animal care possible.
Each one of our veterinarians and staff members is a caring pet owner, just like you, and we truly understand the concern you have for your pet's health and well-being. We believe you will find Yellow Springs Veterinary Clinic to be a friendly and caring place. A place where you and your pet can feel relaxed and comfortable. Please feel free to call or email us with questions or comments.
At Yellow Springs Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Barbour, Dr. Ruppert, Dr. Kluchurosky, & Dr. Lucas
Frederick Veterinarian | Yellow Springs Veterinary Clinic | 301-663-8353
25 Thomas Johnson Dr.
Frederick, MD 21702
Yellow Springs Veterinary Group is like going home to family. They treat your four-legged family member with the utmost care, professionalism, and mostly, high quality care.
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