Whether you call Lafayette home or you are new to the area and need a trusted veterinarian, please look no further! Dr. Bill Mayer’s personal goal is to provide the finest veterinary care. Graduating from LSU in 2001, he established Mayer Veterinary Hospital in 2004. We focus primarily on companion animal medicine, although we’ve seen our share of chickens, ducks, pigmy goats, and the occasional pocket pet.
We are a full-service animal hospital and are able to provide medical, surgical, and dental care, as well as emergency treatments. Our diagnostic tools include radiograph, blood analyzer, and ultrasound. Mayer Veterinary Hospital offers many services including annual exams, vaccinations, spays and neuters, dentals, and microchipping. Dr. Mayer performs orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries in his dedicated surgery room. Our patients have the option to board with us and receive bathing and limited grooming upon request.
We are pleased to offer several resources through our website that aid in the proper care of your pet. We believe that your pets are family! You can find us on Facebook, Google+ and Instagram. Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. Our motto here is always “Healing Pets for Happy, Healthy Lives!”
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.
We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Request an appointment today!
Dr. Bill Mayer
Lafayette Veterinarian | Mayer Veterinary Hospital | 337-988-3303
2427 Verot School Rd
Lafayette, LA 70508
Thank You Dr. Mayer & Staff for taking great care of Marlo & Jolie...we are so happy to have both home & feeling better...y'all are awesome!!
Gina A. / Lafayette, LA
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