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Steve Stephens, DVM
Katie Ford, DVM
Wolfforth Veterinarian | Frenship Vet Clinic | 806-866-2838
202, E Hwy 62
Wolfforth, TX 79382
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|Tuesday||8:00am -12:00pm||1:30pm - 6:00pm|
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