Mobile App

Triangle Animal Clinic is excited to offer our clients our FREE APP! It is available for download from the App Store and Google Play. Simply search ‘Triangle Vet’ or scan the QR code below and download our free App! Please register with the same email address on file with Triangle Animal Clinic in order to sync your pets’ medical records. If you would like to change your email address, please call the office to update your account.

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Our App allows us to offer even more care and services to you and your pets. We realize what an important part of your family your pets are, and we would like to make it easier to manage their care and veterinary needs. The Triangle Animal Clinic App provides that efficiency.

With the Triangle Animal Clinic App, you can:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

  • Quickly view all of your pets’ vaccine and blood work due dates                       
  • One touch call to Triangle Animal Clinic and after-hours emergency clinics        
  • Request appointments                                
  • Request medication and food refills
  • Send us selfies of your adorable pets
  • Keep track of upcoming appointments
  • Receive monthly reminders to give heartworm and flea prevention—ask us how to get started!
  • Access our website, a pet health library, Pet Poison Control resource, our Home Deliver pharmacy, and more

And there’s a Loyalty Program!!!

Our App features a virtual stamp card. You earn the first stamp just for downloading our app! Earn more stamps every time you visit; fill up the stamp card and you can earn a $35 gift certificate towards a dental cleaning or a $100 credit towards your next visit! It’s our way of saying “thank you” to our loyal clients.

How are stamps earned?

Earn one punch each when you:

  • Download the App
  • One punch for every $100 spent, per visit, when the invoice is paid in full at the time of service
  • Refer a new client (you must be mentioned as the referral and they must keep their appointment)

Loyalty Program Rules

What you need to know:

  • Participation is optional
  • There is no expiration date
  • Loyalty reward redemption will be applied at your next purchase
  • All purchase stamps are non-retroactive (you will not get credit for prior invoices)
  • It is the client’s responsibility to request stamps to be applied to the card upon check out
  • Invoice must be paid in full at time of service to receive stamps
  • Prescription diets do not count towards the invoice total
  • Stamps have no monetary value
  • Stamps are not transferable
  • Triangle Animal Clinic reserves the right to discontinue or modify the program at any time
  • This program may not combine with other discounts

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