WALKER BROOKS, DVM
Dr. Walker Brooks graduated in 1987 with a BS in Animal Science from Texas Tech University and in 1991 graduated from Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine with a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. He has practiced mixed animal medicine and surgery for 28 years in Eastland County and Wichita Falls. In 2002 he returned to Eastland County to establish Lazy 3 Animal Care with his wife Christi. They have three beautiful children, Destiny, Merrick, & Weston. In his spare time he enjoys working on his family farm, spending time with his kids, which includes flying with his son Merrick.
BILLY BOB BROWNING, DVM
Dr. Billy Bob Browning was born and raised in Albany, Texas then went to Tarleton State University prior to graduating from Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Dr. Browning is a 2nd generation mixed animal practitioner who enjoys the rural atmosphere and small town lifestyle. Dr. Browning became a member of the Lazy 3 Animal Care family in 2004. Dr. Browning feels blessed to be an owner of such a progressive veterinary clinic in Eastland County. In 1995 he married his wife, Chasady, also from Albany, Texas and are proud parents of three children, Bo, Bailey, and Cason.
JAYTON C. BAILEY, DVM, MS
Dr. Jayton Bailey was born and raised in Albany, Texas and then attended Texas A & M University where he received a Bachelors in Biomedical Science, Masters in Animal Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degrees. He joined the Lazy 3 Animal Care team in June of 2015 and enjoys living and practicing veterinary medicine close to home. Dr. Bailey is an active member of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association's Bovine Practice and Leadership Development Committees. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation. Dr. Bailey enjoys spending time with his wife Roxanne and kids, Bryson and Brynlee. He and his family love the outdoors, baseball, and Texas A & M. Together they are active members of the Daugherty Street Church of Christ in Eastland.