Lloyd Animal Medical Center - Arthur Mallock DVM
Lloyd Animal Medical Center has a caring, expert staff dedicated to provides quality health care and emergency services to Stoughton's pets. The hospital is located on Washington Street, down the long driveway next to its colorful sign. It offers a broad range of services, from traditional surgery and diagnostics to laser surgery and acupuncture. You can also fill prescriptions for animal medication here. Lloyd Animal Medical Center also offers clean and spacious boarding for your pets.
Lloyd Animal Medical Center It is our firm’s belief that your pet is one of the most important parts of your life. We take pride in offering the best animal care currently available today in a modern, award-winning facility with a wonderful and fully devoted staff. It is always our hope that you feel comfortable in our hospital and will ask any questions you feel necessary to fully understand your pet's health. We are here to help. Simple as that may seem, it is really why we are all here. In 1947, Dr. William Lloyd established an animal hospital in nothing more than a wooden building some would call a chicken coop. Dr. Lloyd established a place where animals could come with their owners if they were sick or not and always be sure to be treated right. The hospital developed a reputation as a place where everyone always felt "at home" and everyone cared. We care about your pets. They are a part of your family. We hope you will always feel welcome here. We will always strive to be the best and offer the most for you and your pet companions. Location: 1995 Washington St. Stoughton, Ma 02072 Business: 781-344-2500 Fax 781-344-2511 Lloyd's Animal Hospital Support Staff Our Philosophy It is our firm belief that your pet is one of the most important parts of your life. We take pride in offering the best animal care currently available today in a modern, award-winning facility with a wonderful and fully devoted staff. It is always our hope that you feel comfortable in our hospital and will ask any questions you feel necessary to fully understand your pet's health. We are here to help. Simple as that may seem, it is really why we are all here. Get Directions to our hospital General Policy. We request that all pets be restrained on a leash or held in a carrier. The receptionist will be happy to supply a leash free of charge if you do not have one. Our staff is always happy to answer your calls. If your telephone call should necessitate consultation with the doctor, the doctor will attempt to get to the phone as soon as possible for you. If the doctor is not able to respond immediately, please leave your number so your call may be returned as soon as time permits. Senior Citizen 10% Discount Laser Surgery Ultrasound Services Available This hospital is equipped to offer general medical and surgical procedures including: -Laser Surgery -Board certified Cardiologist consult -Board certified Orthopedic surgeon consult -Exotic animal care and surgery -Acupuncture -Spaying/neutering -Soft tissue surgery -X-rays -Dentistry -Laboratory testing -Veterinary pharmacy -Endoscopy -Ultrasound -Consultation on most topics -Tender loving care. We have a special interest in the areas of internal medicine and cardiology and also offer a specialist in avian and exotic care. For special medical conditions, we offer prescription diet foods manufactured by Purina/CNM Diets, Eukanuba, and Hill Science Diets. Click here for more info on Laser Surgery, Surgery and Dental Services Specific instructions will be given to you for each of your pets. In general, surgeries are scheduled weekdays and usually require at least a few days’ notice. Your pet should have no food after 10 p.m. the previous night. Most of the time it is okay to have water available the day before, especially in older animals. Upon arriving home after hospitalization, most pets should not have anything orally for a least a few hours - unless you have been instructed otherwise. It is also a good idea to limit your pets? Activity for a few days following a surgical procedure. If you have any problems with your pet such as vomiting, diarrhea, or unusual discharge, please take away all food and water and call us. Surgery and Dental Services
- Hours: Mon 7:30am-7:30pm, Tue 7:30am-7:30pm, Wed 7:30am-7:30pm, Thur 7:30am-7:30pm, Fri 7:30am-5pm, Sat 7:30am-1pm