EVS provides care for large animals of all kinds. Although the primary clientele is made up of cows and horses, a significant portion also includes swine, goats, sheep, and other farm animals. Emergency and scheduled services are available for EVS clients in Penobscot County, and scheduled and consultation services are also provided to clients in Aroostook County.
All calls made to the EVS office at 207-296-2100 will be taken by an answering service who will direct your call to the appropriate personnel to handle your needs. Inquiries regarding services, medicine and supplies, billing, and more may also be made via email to Aliza Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medications and supplies available through EVS can be purchased and received from Dr. Alexander at your home or farm, or through the EVS office. All orders made through the EVS office can be mailed to you by EVS or picked up at an agreed upon location.
If you are a commercial farm client, you may consider participation in our Drop Ship program. Drop Ship would allow you to place an order through EVS that would be shipped directly to you by the supplier. If interested, please call the office or email Aliza at email@example.com for more information.
Dr. Simon Alexander grew up in Easton, a small border town in Aroostook County. He completed his pre-veterinary studies at the University of Maine, graduating in 2000 with a degree in Animal Science. He then attended the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine, and graduated with a VMD in 2004. After graduation, he worked in Dover-Foxcroft for 2 1/2 years before co-purchasing Penobscot Veterinary Hospital in the fall of 2006.
After six years with Penobscot Veterinary Services, Dr. Alexander founded Exeter Veterinary Services in 2013. While his prior areas of practice included companion and large animals of all kinds, his sole focus is now on large animal with an emphasis on dairy cattle. He continues to provide services to clients in Penobscot and surrounding counties, as well as his home county of Aroostook.
Dr. Alexander shares his home in Exeter with his wife Aliza and children Emma, Lucy, Vera, and Silas. Together they enjoy the company of an English Setter, two cats, and a handful of cows, sheep, and chickens.