About Us

See Our Veterinarian in Lakeville for All Veterinary Needs

If you are looking for a veterinarian in Lakeville, MA, then look no further than Lakeville Animal Hospital. We are a full-service animal hospital that provides extraordinary vet care for pets. Through our commitment to using state-of-the-art diagnostics and the latest veterinary medicine and continuing education, your pet is in good hands with our team.

About Our Veterinarian in Lakeville and Staff

Since 1991, Dr. Wolfthal has been our lead veterinarian at Lakeville Animal Hospital. He attended and graduated from Cornell University in New York, where he obtained both his Veterinary Doctorate and Bachelor of Science. When he is not working, he loves playing tennis and softball, traveling, reading, and spending time with his family.

We are happy to partner with two professional and experienced veterinary specialists: Dr. Stamoulis and Dr. Clark. Dr. Stamoulis is a board-certified veterinary cardiologist who offers consultations and performs ultrasounds at our vet hospital. Dr. Clark is a board-certified surgeon who often comes to Lakeville Animal Hospitals to perform surgical procedures.

Our team wouldn't be complete without our wonderful veterinary staff members: Bernice Manchester, Pam Lebreck, Nikkilyn Richards, and Morgan Swindle. They strive each day to make every visit the best experience for you and your pet. 

Services Our Veterinarian is Happy to Offer

Besides utilizing the most advanced diagnostic equipment, our veterinarian is proud to offer the following veterinary services in Lakeville:

  • Dermatology care
  • Spay and neuter surgery
  • Soft-tissue surgery
  • Vaccinations
  • Wellness exams
  • Dentistry
  • In-house pharmacy
  • Preventative care
  • Boarding
  • Grooming

Pets We Treat

We understand that finding a vet hospital in the local area that treats other than dogs and cats can be difficult. But here at our animal hospital, we treat not only dogs and cats but also pocket pets and reptiles, making it convenient for you to seek care for your beloved animal when you need it the most.

Learn More About Us or Schedule an Appointment By Giving Us a Call Today

Information about Lakeville Animal Hospital in Lakeville can be found in various sections on our website. If you want to learn more about us or to schedule a vet service for your pet,  give us a call at 508-947-1309.  For your convenience, you can also use our online appointment system to request an appointment. We hope to hear from you soon.

Sign up using the form below or call 508-947-1309 to make an appointment.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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Testimonial

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I'm so pleased with the experience I had at lakeville animal hospital. I am traveling with my dog from northern Maine to visit family and my dog had been sick for 3 days. She couldn't keep any food or water down. Long story short I called lakeville animal hospital and they were able to squeeze Aspen in later on in the day. Turns out the reason Aspen had been sick was that she had atleast one blockage in her intestines. They immediately sent us to a 24 hour emergency vet in Swansea for a surgery. Aspen is now out of surgery with 2 incisions in her intestines and 1 in her stomach. Being a long way from home with a sick puppy is not fun and is quite stressful. But I'm thankful the crew at lakeville animal hospital was able to see her so soon, take X-rays, give her a diagnosis, and make a recommendation for a 24 hour surgery facility."
    Rachel G. Lakeville, MA

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