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Welcome to Animal Care Hospital

Your Go-To Veterinarian in Lafayette, LA

If you've been looking for a veterinarian in Lafayette LA that you can trust with your dog or cat's health and wellness needs, look no further than Animal Care Hospital! For years, our veterinary team has been providing the highest standard of care to dogs and cats in the surrounding communities. Our very own Dr. Mike Guidry has decades of experience in helping pets achieve greater health and wellness through skilled, compassionate care—and our staff of veterinary assistants and office receptionists is here to make sure you and your pet are taken care of each time you walk through our doors.

Services Offered By Our Lafayette Vet

Our full-service Lafayette vet clinic can handle just about any service your dog or cat could possibly need. For starters, we offer routine wellness and preventative care to stay on top of any changes in your pet's health and address medical problems as early on as possible. This includes our comprehensive wellness exams, which are recommended at least once a year for pets of most ages. We also provide vaccinations to protect your pet's health, as well as preventatives medicines for fleas, ticks, and other pests.

Is your pet microchipped? If not, be sure to have this done at your pet's next wellness exam or schedule an appointment to have it done at your convenience. This procedure takes just a few moments and is a great way to ensure that your contact information is with your pet wherever he or she may roam!

During our office hours, we can also provide urgent and emergency veterinary care. If your pet is experiencing an emergency during our office hours, we ask that you give us a call on your way here so we can ensure your pet receives prompt care once you arrive.

Additional services offered include:

  • surgery and spay/neuter
  • boarding
  • nutritional counseling
  • diagnostics
  • hospice and euthanasia

More About Our Clinic

We understand that most pets don't have positive associations with going to the vet, which is why we strive to maintain a welcoming and stress-free environment not only for pets, but for their owners as well. You'll notice that when you walk through the doors of our animal hospital, our space is both kid- and pet-friendly. Our knowledgeable staff is happy to answer any questions you may have prior to your pet's appointment, and our veterinary assistants provide only the most gentle and compassionate care to your dog or cat. Our goal is to help your pet feel as relaxed as possible, which results in a more enjoyable experience for everybody involved in your pet's care.

Book an Appointment with Animal Care Hospital

If you're ready to schedule your pet's first appointment with our Lafayette veterinary hospital, or if you have any questions about our practice and services offered, don't hesitate to give Animal Care Hospital a call at (337) 981-0909. We always treat your pet as if they are one of our own.

We proudly serve the Maurice, Duson, and Rayne areas.

Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am to 12:00 pm (OPEN THE 2nd & 4th SATURDAY OF THE MONTH)

Sunday:

Closed

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