We spay and neuter pets, as well as perform surgery to address illness or injury when needed.
Spay benefits for your pet include eliminating heat cycles, reduces the risk of mammary tumors, ovarian &/or uterine cancer and helps control the pet population.
Neutering your pet helps eliminate spraying, prostate &/or testicular cancer and less desire to roam.
When your pet is sick or injured, Crossroads Animal Clinic is here for you.
We can perform lab tests to check for general health, thyroid issues, heartworms, leukemia, parvo, phenobarbital levels, blood glucose and fecal testing. We try to accommodate all sick animals as soon as possible. Our in house lab & digital x-rays help diagnose problems faster so we can get your pet on the path to recovery.
Our state of the art digital x-ray provides sharp, clear images for a speedy diagnosis. If your pet should require a specialist, we can easily transfer a copy.
Clean teeth are are as important to dogs and cats as to people. Cavities cause not only bad breath, but lead to gum disease and other infections. We recommend an annual cleaning for all adult pets.
Your pets are part of your family, but sometimes circumstances dictate that you be apart. Leaving them can be heart-wrenching, but when you know they’ll be loved and well-treated in your absence, it’s a great deal easier.
We’ll treat your best pals like they’re our own, and we’ll even treat them to a complementary bath before you take them home.
To arrange boarding, or to ask questions, please call our office.
Prescription pet foods are specially formulated to address your pet’s health issues. Nutrient levels can be adjusted to treat or control medical conditions such as diabetes, kidney, liver, or heart disease. Fiber levels, protein, phosphorus, fats, carbohydrates, and other nutrients are also addressed in prescription foods. Our doctors can advise you as to what types of special dietary changes can help your pet's health.
Why microchip your pets? Unlike dog tags or collars, microchips can't be removed or fall off. If your pet does get lost or stolen, a shelter or a veterinary clinic can use a scanner to read the digital number on the chip, which makes for a positive identification of your pet.
This permanent method of identifying your cat or dog is about the size of a grain of rice. It's injected under the loose skin on the back of the pet's neck and the procedure causes no more discomfort than a vaccination. Microchipping has proven itself as a dependable way to offer valuable protection for your pet and help return them to your home.
When the time comes to say goodbye to your pet, our team provides compassionate and caring euthanasia to help your pet to pass with dignity and comfort. We also offer burial and cremation services at our clinic. Cremations are performed through Precious Pets Crematory, LLC.