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amanda-incognito.jpgWelcome to Mercy Animal Clinic

Your Veterinarian in Garland, TX
Call us at 972-530-8200

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 972-530-8200!

Welcome to the Mercy Animal Clinic web site. We believe your pet is more than just an animal, they are part of your family, and deserve the same expectation of care that you would provide to your closest family member. We are building our practice in such a way that we can provide the best level of care to your loved one including animal care, boarding and grooming.

Please stop by during our normal business hours for a tour of Mercy Animal Clinic. It will be a great opportunity for you to meet the staff and experience first hand the quality of care you can expect every time you bring your pet(s).

Mercy Animal Clinic serves the George Bush Corridor providing excellent pet care for Plano, Richardson, Garland, Murphy and Sachse.

The clinic is located at 7030 North Shiloh Road in Garland, Texas, with office hours of Monday through Friday 8am-6pm and Saturday from 8am-1pm. Outside of these hours, you can still call 972-530-8200 for Emergency Care information.


Dr. Rick Hamlin
Garland Veterinarian | Mercy Animal Clinic | 972-530-8200

7030 N Shiloh Rd. #160 Ste 160
Garland, TX 75044

Main Office

Monday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-1:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Emergency Pet Care
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Hamlin is now taking after hour emergency calls! If your furry friend is in need of emergency services, please dial our direct number 972-530-8200 and follow the menu directions. We will receive a personal page and be able to get in contact with you as soon as possible.

Contact Us

Mercyanimalclinic@gmail.com

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Testimonials

  • "Dr. Hamlin and staff are great and it's obvious that they care about all kinds of animals. Thanks for all you do!"
    Debbie I
  • "It is always so good to see that there are good people out there still - in this world as it is - it is a blessing to the eye and heart - keep up the good work - you will be rewarded for your kindness"
    Judy R
  • "If you're looking for a team that will give your pet the same level of care that you would, if only you were a vet, this will be your last stop. Fantastic, caring, professional, and competent group of people, from top to bottom."
    Jason A.
  • "Dr. Hamlin and his staff are the best - they have been taking care of our Sphynx cats since we moved to TX a year and a half ago. They also are great with anxious pet parents like us"
    Jemy C
  • "Dr. Hamlin and staff have always taken the best care of Simone and Zada! I have been going for three years now and I never have to wait long, he is very thorough and gentle with my babies. I also am very happy his staff explains charged before they do procedures."
    Allison H
  • "I have been coming to Mercy Animal Clinic for 3 years. Dr. Hamlin and Nicole are great! My visits never feel rushed and Dr. Hamlin is very thorough. My Boston Terrier May has always been scared at the Vet but Dr. Hamlin and staff know just what to do to make her feel at home!"
    Stacy Solia

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