Comprehensive Vet Care

Comprehensive Vet Care at Lakeville Animal Hospital

If you reside in Lakeville or the Middleborough area and are looking for top-quality veterinary care, look no further than Lakeville Animal Hospital. Our experienced team will provide the best quality of care for your furry friends. Since 1991, Dr. Wolfthal has been providing veterinary care to local pets. Today, our team consists of Dr. Wolfthal, Dr. Clark, and Dr. Stamoulis, and an outstanding support team that will care for your pet from their first visit to their last. 


Top Veterinarian in Lakeville

Many veterinarians cater primarily to cats and dogs, but not everyone chooses a cat or dog as a pet. What sets our animal hospital apart is that we can treat reptiles and other uncommon pets as well. Our team is dedicated to providing a full array of services utilizing the newest procedures and state-of-the-art technology to make sure your pet gets the best treatment possible. 

Our Service Offerings:

Our veterinary practice offers comprehensive pet care including the following:

  • Dermatology and skincare
  • Spay and neuter
  • Soft tissue care and surgery
  • Wellness exams and vaccinations
  • Dental care, cleaning, and extractions
  • Boarding and grooming
  • Preventative care
  • On-site pharmacy 

Schedule a Visit With Our Veterinarian

If you are a new pet owner or in need of a veterinarian in Lakeville or the Marlborough area, we are ready to assist you. Visit our new pet portal to complete all preliminary forms before your first visit.

On your pet’s first visit, your pet will receive a complete physical exam from nose to tail. Our veterinarian will also look at your pet’s teeth to make sure there is no decay and the gums are not red or bleeding. Our team will also weigh your pet to make sure they are at a healthy weight, and provide nutritional advice if they are not. Our veterinarian will monitor changes in your pet’s health and behavior over time to provide specialized care as the need for it arises. 

Contact Our Veterinarian in Lakeville Today

To ensure a happy and healthy life for your pet, you must stay on top of your pet’s medical needs and vaccinations. If you are looking for a veterinarian in Lakeville or the Middleborough area, call Lakeville Animal Hospital today at (508) 947-1309. You may also request an appointment online.


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

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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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