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Clients receive 10% OFF for referral of New Clients.
Today our pets are a special part of our lives and families. For this reason they deserve the best health care available. Our well trained staff is committed to giving you and your pet quality healthcare at affordable prices. We offer routine vaccinations, wellness exams, dental care, radiology, surgery, in-house diagnostics and boarding.
Mayer Veterinary Hospital was established in September of 2004, by Dr. Bill Mayer, a native and of Baton Rouge and graduate of the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Bill Mayer
Lafayette Veterinarian | Mayer Veterinary Hospital | 337-988-3303
2427 Verot School Road
Lafayette, LA 70508
Closed for lunch 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Immediately upon arriving, my new puppy and I felt very welcomed by the staff. The facility was clean, and we didn't have to spend any time in the waiting room. Dr. Mayer is very outgoing and professional...
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