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Welcome

Please visit our state-of-the-art
medical facility or call 540-288-4683
to schedule an appointment.
We’re located at 65 Jefferson Court
Gordonsville, VA 22942.

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Full Range of Services

Crossroads Animal Hospital is proud to
offer a comprehensive range of services
to address your pet’s specific
veterinary needs.

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Pet Dental Care

Your pet’s world revolves around its mouth.
Regular dental care is essential for keeping
your pet healthy and happy.

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WE OFFER THE BEST CARE FOR YOUR FAMILY

OUR COMPLETE ANIMAL CARE SERVICES

Pet Dental Care
Dental Care
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Pet Surgery
Surgery Services
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Diagnostics
Diagnostics
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Laser Therapy
Laser Therapy
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Microchipping
Microchip Identification
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Nutrition
Behavior & Nutrition
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Boarding
Boarding
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Preventative Care
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MEET OUR DOCTORS

Dr. Erin Davis (Owner)
Dr. Erin Davis
Dr. Erin Davis is our lead veterinarian and our practice owner. She opened Crossroads Animal Hospital in May of 2010.
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Dr. Ashley Zeni
Dr. Ashley Zeni
Dr. Ashley Zeni is a graduate of Texas A&M University, where she received both her bachelor’s degree and her veterinary
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Dr. Jesse Bejar
Dr. Jesse Bejar
Dr. Jesse Bejar came to the Charlottesville area in 1992 to attend The University of Virginia. After graduating from UVA
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FROM OUR BLOG

  • Heartworm Awareness Month

    Heartworms are a nasty parasite that can cause serious harm to our pets, and are transmitted from pet to pet by mosquitoes. As their name suggests, they live in the heart ......

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  • March is Pet Poison Prevention Month

    What’s lurking in your house that could make your pet sick? Turns out, lots of things! Here are a few of the most common household substances that need to stay out of paw’s reach...

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  • Protect Your Pets From Pests

    You know who else loves spring and the warmer weather? Fleas and ticks! These pests aren’t just annoying—they can transmit nasty parasites and diseases. Fleas often trigger dermatitis...

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