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Town & Country Animal Clinic has been serving the Ville Platte community since 1985.  We are a full service animal hospital providing professional veterinary services for animals large and small. We offer comprehensive care to make sure your pets are well taken care of all year round. We are dedicated to preventative health care and promoting responsible pet ownership for our clients. Call us today at (337) 363-8032.





We believe that preventive care is the foundation of a pet's well-being. Therefore, we recommend wellness exams as early as six weeks of age for puppies and kittens and yearly for all adults. 



We offer microchipping for all dogs, cats, and equine. 



We recommend a strict vaccination regiment for all animals. Each species has their own specific protocol. We provide vaccination services for dogs, cats, cattle, equine, swine, and goats/sheep. We also offer a full range of cattle vaccine and dewormer for purchase. For more information on what your pet needs please contact us at 337-363-8032.



Our doctors perform routine operations as well as specialty and emergency procedures. 



We have a doctor on call 24/7  for all after hour emergencies. Call 337-363-8032 and our answering service will connect you with the on call doctor. 



We offer a full range of dental care for dogs and cats. We use an ultra sonic scaler to remove plaque and calculus from your pet's teeth. Severe gingivitis or periodontal disease cause the gums to recede which may lead to some tooth extractions. We also offer limited dental care for equine. (i.e. teeth floating and wolf extractions)


We accept all major credit cards, cash, and  Care Credit.

  • coggins testing/yearly vaccinations

  • teeth floating/simple extractions

  • palpation/ultrasound

  • artificial insemination

  • health certificates

  • herd health/vaccinations

  • palpation/ultrasound

  • artificial insemination 

  • hoof care

  • fertility testing

  • health certificates



2751 Vidrine Rd.

Ville Platte, LA 70586

Tel:  337-363-8032



7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Monday - Friday

Clinic is closed on Saturday and Sunday.

Closed on all major and local holidays.




Dr. Ricky Landreneau opened the practice in 1985. He has been committed to the care of animals for over 30 years. He is our primary small animal and swine doctor. He also treats equine and cattle on occasion. Dr. Ricky performs routine and specialty surgeries on dog, cats, and swine. He has a large cliental of swine producers that come from all over Louisiana and eastern Texas.


Dr. Craig Fontenot joined the practice in 1993. Since then he’s devoted his time to the cattle and equine communities of the state. Dr. Craig is our primary large animal doctor. He spends most of his time on the road focusing on herd health and reproduction. Dr. Craig treats all cattle, equine, and goats/sheep. He performs both routine and specialty surgeries for all large animals.


Both of our doctors are experienced in the practice of equine reproduction. We have a long standing relationship with one of the largest equine breeding farms in Evangeline parish and do a great deal of equine work.

We also have one of the most versatile cattle chutes available. With it, Dr. Craig is able to see and treat virtually any area on the animal including procedures such as hoof trimming and hoof repair.


Our team of dedicate staff are committed to your pet’s health. We pride ourselves on establishing close relationships with our clients. Our staff considers all patients a part of our clinic family and strive to provide the best, most comfortable experience for your pet. We advocate for preventive care and promote the practice of yearly vaccinations to protect your animals against all preventable diseases. Our experienced staff provides comprehensive and compassionate care to all of our patients. We are committed to providing the absolute best in veterinary care!

Heartworms are preventable. Do your part to protect your pet against this deadly parasite.

Heartworm disease is a serious, progressive disease. The earlier it is detected, the better the chances the pet will recover. For more information about heartworms and what you can do to prevent them click the link below.

Is my pet overweigth?

In APOP's 2016 clinical survey, 53.9% of dogs and 58.9% of cats were classified as clinically overweight (body condition score (BCS) 4) or obese (BCS 5) by their veterinary healthcare professional. That equals an estimated 41.9 million dogs and 50.5 million cats are too heavy, based on 2016 pet population projections provided by the American Pet Products Association 

Pets need yearly dental check ups too!

Dental health is a very important part of your pet’s overall health, and dental problems can cause, or be caused by, other health problems. 

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