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Welcome to Beall Animal Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Leesville LA
Call us at (337) 239-2435

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (337) 239-2435!

Beall Animal Clinic is a full service veterinary medical facility that has been serving Leesville, DeRidder, Fort Polk, and the surrounding communities since 1993. Our goal is to provide the highest quality preventative, medical, and surgical care for our patients to help your pets live healthier, happier, and longer lives. At Beall Animal Clinic, we aim to give you and your pet the attention and personal service you’ll come to expect and enjoy.


Dr. Laurence Beall
Leesville Veterinarian | Beall Animal Clinic | (337) 239-2435

153 Redtown Rd
Leesville, LA 71446

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  • Courtney Skidmore

    Courtney and her husband, Ross, have been married since 2010. They currently reside in Many with their 4 Dobermans and 2 cats. She attended college at NSU where she earned her degree in Veterinary Technology. Courtney has always had a passion for helping all animals big and small. She enjoys working with cattle, dogs, and cats. Courtney has had many rescue animals over the years. She can't say "no" to any animal that needs a home but when it comes to Dobermans they have a special place in her heart. In Courtney's spare time she enjoys baking, reading, fishing, and spending time with her family and fur babies.

  • Anja West

    Anja and her family moved to Leesville in 2006. She and her husband have been married for 17 years and together they have mastered the care and keeping of farm animals. Since moving to Louisiana, she has rescued and acquired 6 horses, 4 donkeys, a drove of swine, a herd of goats, a flock of chickens, a gang of turkeys, a gaggle of geese, a pride of cats, a pack of dogs and a peacock. Anja has one daughter that is currently in high school and also has a passion for animals. In her spare time, Anja likes to ride her horses and motorcycles. Anja feels the most important part of being a technician is promoting client education.

  • Heather Rodriguez

    Dr. Heather is originally from Florida where she earned a Bachelors Degree in Animal Sciences. She continued her education and graduated from the University of Florida Collage of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. She also became certified in veterinary acupuncture. Soon there after, she married her husband and together they moved to the Leesville area with their yellow Lab mix 'Jack' due to the military. Heather and Jason recently welcomed the addition of their first son 'Jay'. Heather has a passion for all creatures great and small. She feels the most important part of veterinary medicine is educating clients about their pets health conditions. Her special interests include holistic and general medicine.

  • Larry Beall

    Dr. Beall has been a life time resident of Louisiana and graduated from LSU's School of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. Besides caring for pets in his community for the last 20 plus years, he is a loving husband and a dedicated father. The Beall family includes doc's wife Brenda, their three daughters (Brooke, Brianna, and Alicia), their son (Wyatt), dog Brownie, a flock of chickens, and a couple pigs. Dr. Beall enjoys spending time with his family, caring for his small farm, hunting, and fishing. His veterinary interests include surgery including orthopedics, and preventative medicine.

  • Henry

    Henry is what most clinics would call... "an office cat." However, at Beall Animal Clinic he has become much more than that. Henry became part of the Beall Animal Clinic Family five years ago when his owner was not able to keep him so he was boarded for a long period of time. He loves everyone who will give him attention! Henry's primary roll at the clinic is as a supervisor. However, he also discusses with our patients appropriate behavior when they don't want to participate with treatments. Please Be sure to follow Henry on Instagram!!! Instagram name: henrybeall.

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Beall Animal Clinic Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

By Appointment only.

Sunday:

Closed

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