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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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Now Offering Free First Exams For All New Clients

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WE OFFER THE BEST CARE FOR YOUR FAMILY

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FROM OUR BLOG

  • : A Little Spay Goes A Long Way (Neutering Too!)

    A Little Spay Goes A Long Way (Neutering Too!)

    The truth about pet overpopulation is startling: 90% of pets that end up in a shelter are not spayed or neutered A fertile female cat can produce 3 litters in a year, while a dog can produce 2 Cats can become pregnant as early as 4 months old; dogs at 6 months The cost of spaying or neutering is less than the cost of raising puppies or kittens for a year In addition to helping prevent homeless pets, altering an animal will also eliminate unwanted behaviors like wandering and spraying. Health benefits include reducing the risk of uterine infections and......

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  • Your Questions About Vaccinations—Answered!

    Your Questions About Vaccinations—Answered!

    August is National Immunization Awareness Month, created to remind people how important it is to keep their vaccinations up to date. But that advice isn’t just for humans—it’s vital for pets as well. Vaccinating your pet is a relatively inexpensive but very important way to protect his or her health. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we get about vaccinations: Q: Are vaccines safe? A: There is risk associated with all medical procedures, but serious reactions from vaccines are rare. Given the fact that vaccinations have protected millions of animals from illness and death caused......

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  • Clear Your Cat’s Schedule on August 22nd…

    Clear Your Cat’s Schedule on August 22nd…

    …because it’s Take Your Cat to the Vet Day! According to the American Humane Society, our feline companions go to the veterinarian about half as often as dogs. Many people only take their cat to the vet when he or she is sick—and often, that illness might have been avoided with preventive care. While it’s true that cats can be low-maintenance pets compared to dogs, they still need routine wellness care including exams, vaccines and preventive medications to stay healthy. Felines are very adept at hiding illness and injury, so they may have been suffering a long time before you......

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