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    Providing Quality Veterinary Health Care since 2007.

    About Us
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    We offer quality veterinary care and surgery for large and small pets.

    Our Services
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    Talley Veterinary Services Group will be there for you wherever you need us.

    Contact Us

Welcome to Talley Veterinary Services Group

Talley Veterinary Services Group is a mixed animal veterinary practice that serves the needs of small animal pet owners as well as large animal and livestock owners. The clinic was founded in 2007 by Drs. George Gowan and Nan Talley for the purpose of providing quality personal veterinary care at an affordable cost to residents of Winnsboro, Wisner, Crowville, Fort Necessity, Sicily Island, and Mangham, Louisiana. The tradition of individualized, reliable animal health care continues to this day with Dr. Talley and Dr. Kyle Alford at their newer location on Highway 15.

We are committed to providing comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care and surgery for large and small pets in our rural community. We offer complete pet care services that include boarding, dental care, digital radiography, heartworm testing, hospice and euthanasia, in-clinic diagnostics, microchipping, pain management, on-line pharmacy, surgery, ultrasound, and wellness visits.

Talley Veterinary Services Group will be there for you wherever you need us. In addition to full care for small animals, we are equipped with an on-site facility that enables us to perform large animal diagnostic services including x-rays and ultrasounds, as well as some surgical procedures. When necessary, our doctors also make farm visits.

Dr. Talley has been involved with veterinary medicine since her teens. She specializes in endocrinology, internal medicine, and small ruminants. Dr. Alford's specialty is large animal health care, and more specifically, bovine medicine.

Come by and see us! We look forward to meeting you and your pet and welcoming you to our family.

Talley Veterinary Services Group now offers electronic messaging services for your convenience!

Talley Veterinary Services Group has teamed up with AllyDVM for a new service that will allow our clinic staff and doctors to communicate with clients via text message and email. We will be able to send and receive appointment reminders, medication refills, boarding updates, and in-house patient updates electronically instead of using regular mail. AllyDVM also offers a "patient portal" for all of our clients and their pets, so that you can have access to your pet's information wherever you go! Additionally, we are excited about new links/services that will allow our clients to text or email us for medication refills, boarding reservations, and so much more. We genuinely look forward to better serving our clients and patients with this new addition to our practice! In order to take advantage of this innovative communication capability, please update your current mobile numbers and email address with our office. Look under “Links” to sign up and try our new services.

Holiday Toxins

Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s…the holidays are upon us! While this time of year is exciting with all of the lights, sounds, and tastes for us, it can be a dangerous season for our pets. Each holiday has its own particular perils. We must remain vigilant to keep our four-legged friends safe!

Chocolate is considered a toxin to cats and dogs. Most milk-chocolate items are relatively safe. However dark chocolate, especially baking chocolate, is known to cause gastrointestinal upsets and hyperactivity in dogs. If your pet does consume some chocolate, reach out to your local veterinarian or the ASPCA Pet Poison Control Line.

Rich foods fed at Thanksgiving, like turkey and gravy, can lead to general GI distress or even to pancreatitis. Guests may want to feed your pet from the table but this should be avoided. Choose some tasty dog treats and allow your family and friends to feed those. You can also encourage a play activity to burn calories for pets and people alike! Poinsettias, holly berries, and mistletoe are all toxic to pets. When decorating your home, be sure that these items are hung in places that Fido and Garfield can’t reach. Cats are also notorious for chewing on ornaments, garland, and have even been known to electrocute themselves with string lighting. No one wants to be spending their Christmas at an emergency veterinary clinic, so be careful that your décor is safe for pets.

Our last word of warning applies to not only small animals, but large animals as well. Fireworks at New Year’s are beautiful, but they are also LOUD! Horses and cows can become startled by the explosions and run, injuring themselves and property. Stabling these animals during a fireworks show can help them feel safe. Keep your dogs and cats inside and in a safe space as well. Pets are often lost during fireworks after attempting to run from the loud noises and becoming disoriented.

We at Talley Veterinary Services only want a warm and fuzzy holiday season for you and yours…be mindful of these dangers and enjoy the most wonderful time of the year.

About Us

5301 Hwy 15
Winnsboro, Louisiana 71295
Phone: 318-435-7774
Email: infotvs2019@gmail.com

Our Hours

Monday 8:00 - 5:00pm
Tuesday 8:00 - 5:00pm
Wednesday 8:00 - 5:00pm
Thursday 8:00 - 5:00pm
Friday 8:00 - 5:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday Closed
After-Hour Emergencies

To contact the veterinarian on-call after hours, please call the clinic number.

This will give you the number of the veterinarian on-call.

Phone: 318-435-7774


Check out our new electronic messaging services. Sign up today!


Our doctors and technicians have years of surgical experience and have the latest in medications and equipment to ensure your best friend’s procedure is as safe as possible.

Our clean, climate controlled, indoor kennel accommodates small and large dogs.

Our diagnostic examinations help us form a complete picture of your pet’s health.