Markham Animal Clinic has been providing complete veterinary care and services to the south suburbs for 50 years and we continually strive to offer the best veterinary medicine in the area. By providing education, explaining causes, treatments and results, you can make informed decisions in your pet’s health care. From our caring and compassionate veterinarians and staff, to our state of the art hospital, our commitment to giving the highest quality care shows.
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At Markham Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
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Day Open Close Monday 8:00am 7:00pm Tuesday 8:00am 7:00pm Wednesday 8:00am 7:00pm Thursday 8:00am 7:00pm Friday 8:00am 7:00pm Saturday 8:00am 1:00pm Sunday Closed Closed
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