1009 Highway 20

Thibodaux, LA 70301 US

985-633-8387

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Meet Our Team


  • Candice R. Barber
    Office Manager

    I have been an employee of Acadian Animal Hospital since August 2011. I have had several positions here at the clinic ranging from kennel assistant to receptionist to my current role as office manager. I was born and raised here in Chackbay and love that I am able to work so close to home. I attended Nicholls State University where I received a degree in Business Administration. I am married and have one cat named Professor McGonagall.

  • Claire M. Hotard

    I have been employed at Acadian Animal Hospital since the summer of 2012. I began working here as a kennel assistant and worked my way to veterinary technician. I assist in exam rooms with appointments and getting everything ready. I graduated from Penn Foster College with an associate degree as a Veterinary Technician. I also graduated from Nicholls State University with an associate degree in general studies. I got married to my high school sweetheart in 2014. I love animals and I have two dogs, Hershey and Mia. They are both spoiled rotten. I love my job and would not trade it for the world.

  • Macy Borne
    Veterinary Assistant

    I began working at Acadian Animal Hospital in February 2015 as a Kennel Assistant and in May 2016 I became a Veterinarian Assistant. I also work at the Thibodaux Municipal Pool as a Lifeguard Supervisor. I have a dog, Roxie, and a guinea pig, Rosie. I am currently working on my degree to become a Veterinary Technician through Penn Foster College.

  • April Young
    Kennel Manager

    I am April, Kennel Manager at Acadian Animal Hospital. I am from Lutcher, but I have lived in Thibodaux for more than eight years. I recently married my partner of nine years. I love all animals, especially my two dogs, Roger and Boulet. I started working at Acadian Animal Hospital in 2015. I started a recycling program here this year. I love my job and all the people and animals that I work with.

  • Danielle Brock
    Kennel Assistant

    I have been working at Acadian Animal Hospital since June of 2016. I have one dog named Clutch. She is 4 years old. I currently attend Nicholls State University and am in the Nursing program. I expect to graduate in 2020. A fun fact about me is that in my spare time I enjoy watching movies and cuddling with my dog.

New clients receive $20 OFF their first visit

Office 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:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "Absolutely love the doctor and staff!!! They are so friendly and go above and beyond to make pets and their owners feel comfortable. I would definitely recommend them to anyone looking for a vet!!"
    Jamie Blanchard A. / Thibodaux, LA

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