Lazy 3 Animal Care is a full-service mixed animal veterinary medical facility located between Cisco and Eastland, Texas on Highway 6 and is easily accessible via Interstate 20. Lazy 3 Animal Care provides routine large & small animal health care as well as emergency and critical care for our patients. We are a well-established practice offering a wide array of veterinary medical services. More importantly, we strive to deliver quality service with a genuine, compassionate touch. If you’re seeking a veterinarian in this area that you can trust with the life-long care of your cherished companion, look no further. New clients and patients are always welcome!
"The mission of Lazy 3 Animal Care is to provide superior healthcare, Promote the human-animal bond, and to improve the quality of life for both companion and livestock animals through prompt, compassionate and polite service in a family friendly environment"
After Hours Services
We offer an after hours service as a convenience to our clients for true medical emergencies. For after hours emergencies, please contact us at (254) 631-0816 and listen to the answering machine message which will give you the doctor's phone number that is on call that night.
Full payment is due at time of services.
For your convenience we accept the following payment options: cash, check (with a driver's license), money order, cashiers check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Care Credit, & Scratchpay.
Click on the logos to apply for Care Credit or ScratchPay
Dr. Bailey with his patient after he removed a fishing lure from the foot of this goose
Dr. Brooks drawing blood from a month old fawn.
Dr. Bailey examining a puppy
Dr. Brooks looking at a fecal sample through the microscope.
Dr. Bailey performing a orthopedic surgery on a dog with a broken jaw.
Dr. Browning examining a puppy
Technicians and front office staff with a nubian goat
Dr. Brooks and technician performing a C-section on a cow
Dr. Browning suturing a laceration on the chest of this horse
Dr. Brooks immobilizes this llama to examine his eye that was injured. We use our squeeze chute for many different types of animals