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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

  • The Latest Fashion: Vintage Pets!

    The Latest Fashion: Vintage Pets!

    There’s never been a better time to splurge on a classic cat or dog. Senior pets are often the best to adopt, because they’re already housebroken, have good manners, and won’t chew up literally everything within reach. Plus, they tend to require less exercise—meaning you’re not required to find as much time or energy to keep up with their natural activity levels.   You can find plenty of amazing, lively senior pets waiting for someone to love at our local shelters and rescues, like the  Fluvanna County SPCA or Caring for Creatures. You can also easily search for your perfect......

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  • Lethargic. Always Thirsty. Urinating Frequently. Sound Like Your Pet?

    Lethargic. Always Thirsty. Urinating Frequently. Sound Like Your Pet?

    Speaking of Senior health… did you know that it’s also Pet Diabetes Awareness Month? The American Veterinary Medical Association estimates that around 1 in every 500 dogs and cats may be affected—a conservative number that is continuing to grow. While diabetes can occur in any pet, and genetics do play a role, it’s older dogs and cats have an increased risk of developing the disease. Symptoms of diabetes can include: Lethargy Excessive thirst Frequent urination Increased hunger Weight loss Weakness Blindness Poor skin condition While there’s no known cure for diabetes, it can be managed with insulin injections, diet modification and careful blood monitoring. However, this disease......

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  • Senior Pet Blood Test Deal

    Senior Pet Blood Test Deal

    Take advantage of our holiday special and save on your pet’s senior blood work panel! November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and just as with people, the longer your pet lives, the higher their risk of developing some form of cancer. In fact, 1 in 4 dogs and 1 in 5 cats will develop the disease, and it’s the leading cause of death for dogs over the age of two. Some of the most common cancers have subtle symptoms or may appear simply as an enlargement or lump that a pet owner might just attribute to aging. That’s why it’s important that pets have annual......

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