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

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OUR COMPLETE ANIMAL CARE SERVICES

Pet Cancer is No Joke
Pet Cancer is No Joke
The Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF) reports that one in four dogs and one in five cats will develop cancer in
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May is National Pet Month
May is National Pet Month
Pets have become such a fundamental part of life, it only makes sense that there would be a month wholly
Read more.
It's Microchip Your Pet Month
It’s Microchip Your Pet Month
One in three pets will go missing at some point, so it’s better to prepare for the worst instead of
Read more.
Would You Know If Your Pet Had Heartworm?
Would You Know If Your Pet Had Heartworm?
April is Heartworm Awareness Month, and according to the American Heartworm Society (AHS), the incidence of heartworm across the country
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Prevent Animal Abuse
Prevent Animal Abuse
The recent case of Tommie, a dog tied to a pole and set on fire in Richmond earlier this year,
Read more.
Spring into the Season—Safely!
Spring into the Season—Safely!
April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and as the weather warms and you and your pet start getting
Read more.
Calling all dog loving artists
Calling all dog loving artists
Do you know an artistic person who can paint or loves to create creative designs? We’d love to have their
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Puppy Prep 101
Puppy Prep 101
National Puppy Day is March 23rd—and in addition to encouraging puppy adoption from shelters and rescues, it’s also a day
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Got a scaredy cat or a cowering canine? We can help!
Got a scaredy cat or a cowering canine? We can help!
We know that veterinary checkups can cause anxiety in some pets. Crossroads Animal Hospital strives to make visits less stressful
Read more.
Protect Your Pet from Poisons
Protect Your Pet from Poisons
What’s lurking in your house that could make your pet sick? Turns out, lots of things.National Animal Poison Prevention Week
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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
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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
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Laura Winant
Laura Winant
Laura joined the Crossroads Team in March of 2019. She has worked as an assistant for 3 years and loves
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Megan Quick
Megan Quick
Megan grew up in Gordonsville and graduated Louisa County Highschool. She received her Veterinary Assistant Certificate from Piedmont Virginia Community
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Cindy Ventrillo
Cindy Ventrillo
Cindy has been a veterinary technician since 2000 and joined our team in December of 2018.
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Nina Davi
Nina Davi
I am a Mom of 3 Great Danes and a pittbull. I am currently in school to become a licensed
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Lindsey Hammond
Lindsey Hammond
Lindsey was raised in Richmond,VA and moved to this area at age 5. She has been volunteering at CRAH since
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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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Colleen Rock
Collen joined the practice in 2017. Colleen is a licensed veterinary technician and has worked in veterinary medicine for 12
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Jene Smith
Jene joined Crossroads Animal Hospital in 2015, having graduated from Northern Virginia Community College’s Veterinary Technician Program in 2014.
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Stephanie Koiner
Stephanie is the newest member of Crossroads Animal Hospital, joining the team in February 2018. She graduated Blue Ridge Community
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Sam Metz
Sam began working at Crossroads Animal Hospital in May of 2017. She loves working with all of our clients wonderful
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Nikki Ulickas
Nikki Ulickas
Nikki Ulickas began working at Crossroads Animal Hospital in November of 2016. She moved from Ohio to Virginia with her
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Kelly Pitts
Kelly Pitts
Kelly joined the team in October of 2018. She has a Masters in Health Care Administration.
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Frankie Brookman
Frankie started volunteering at Crossroads Animal Hospital in 2010 and joined the team in 2013.
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Tina Goodwin
Tina Goodwin
Tina Goodwin joined Crossroads Animal Hospital in 2014. She lives in Louisa with her husband and daughter.
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Donna Lam
Donna Lam
Donna Lam is a Veterinary Receptionist at Crossroads Animal Hospital. She joined our practice in October of 2010.
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Preventative Care
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Boarding
Boarding
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Nutrition
Behavior & Nutrition
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Microchipping
Microchip Identification
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Laser Therapy
Laser Therapy
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Diagnostics
Diagnostics
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Pet Surgery
Surgery Services
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Pet Dental Care
Dental Care
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Heartworm Awareness Month
Heartworms are a nasty parasite that can cause serious harm to our pets, and are transmitted from pet to pet
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Grace Parker, CVT
Grace Parker
Grace joined our team in May 2013. Grace moved to the area from Northern Virginia where she had worked at
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Hannah Thacker
Hannah Thacker
Hanna Thacker began working at Crossroads Animal Hospital in 2013. She lives on a small hobby farm in Lousia. Hanna
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Poops McGee
Poops is native to the Zion Crossroads area and has been at CRAH since 2010 when his passion for judging
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Pickles
Pickles has been at CRAH since 2014 and is our most rambunctious clinic cat. Like Poops, Pickles enjoys supervising the
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National Pet Preparedness Month
National Pet Preparedness Month
You likely have a plan for your family should an emergency or natural disaster occur, but do you have one
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Prepare Your Pets for the 4th of July
Prepare Your Pets for the 4th of July
More pets go missing around the 4th of July than any other time of year and loud fireworks are primarily
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Adopt a Shelter Cat Month
Kitten season is upon us which means shelters are overflowing with kittens and adult cats looking for their forever homes.
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Summer Pet Tips
Six Easy Summer Pet Tips
It’s getting warmer and many of us are spending more time outdoors with our pets. Here are six easy summer
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11 symptoms not to ignore
11 Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore
Have you ever wondered what symptoms indicate your pet needs a trip to the vet? Our doctors have helped put
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Importance of Vaccines
The Importance of Vaccines
Puppies and kittens are protected by antibodies in their mother’s milk at birth, but at around 6 weeks these antibodies
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Pet Fire Safety
Pet Fire Saftey
According to the National Fire Protection Association, approximately 500,000 pets are affected by house fires every year and pets are
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Summer Spay and Neuter Special | Crossroads Animal Hospital, Gordonsville, VA
Summer Spay and Neuter Special
When it comes to your pets, the urge to reproduce is amazingly strong. Cats can get pregnant as young as
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Immunization Awareness
National Immunization Awareness Month
August is National Immunization Awareness Month, created to remind people how important it is to keep their vaccinations up to
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Indoor Wellness for Cats
Bring Your Cat To The Vet Day
According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners, 83% of cats visit the vet at least once in their first
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Pet Insurance Options | Crossroads Animal Hospital
Pet Insurance Options
You have insurance for your car, house and yourself in case of an accident or illness, so why not get
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Animal Pain Awareness Month | Crossroads Animal Hospital
Animal Pain Awareness Month
Animals experience pain just like humans, but they are more adept at hiding it. Commonly, many people believe that if
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Happy Cat Month | Crossroads Animal Hospital
Happy Cat Month
Bringing your cat in for an annual exam is an essential part of having and keeping your cat happy and
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National Service Dog Month | Crossroads Animal Hospital
National Service Dog Month
National Service Dog Month, originally known as Guide Dog Month, was established in 2008 by animal advocate and actor Dick
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Adopt a Shelter Dog Month | Crossroads Animal Hospital
Adopt a Shelter Dog Month
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and the American Humane Association (AHA) have designated October as
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20/20 Cat Care Deal | Crossroads Animal Hospital
Save On Cat Care With Our 20/20 Deal
Whether you have a pampered indoor kitty or a bruiser of a barn cat, your pet needs to see the
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National Vet Tech Week | Crossroads Animal Hospital
National Veterinary Technician Week
National Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) Appreciation week is October 14-20. We appreciate our LVT’s year round but want to take
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Pet Obesity Awareness | Crossroads Veterinary Hospital
Pet Obesity Awareness
According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention 2017 clinical survey, 56% of dogs and 60% of cats were classified
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Don't Ignore That Lump
Don’t Ignore That Lump
It’s a scary statistic: The Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF) reports that 1 in 4 dogs and 1 in 5 cats
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Gobble Up These Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips
Gobble Up These Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips
Don’t give in to persuasive purrs and puppy dog eyes this Thanksgiving! Many of the holiday treats we love can
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The Latest Fashion: Vintage Pets
The Latest Fashion: Vintage Pets!
November is Adopt-A-Senior Pet Month—and there’s never been a better time to splurge on a classic cat or dog! Senior
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Don’t Miss Our Seniors Are Special Savings (SASS)!
If you have a senior pet, you know the joys of having a longtime, faithful companion. But you also know
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Cat Lovers' Month | Crossroads Animal Hospital
December is Cat Lovers’ Month
There are lots of holidays to enjoy in December, but one of our favorites is Cat Lovers’ Month! There are
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Holiday Tails
Holiday Tails
We had a very finicky cat that would punish us every time she got a bath. Three days before Christmas
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Gifts for Pets | Crossroads Animal Hospital
Christmas Gifts for Pets
Do you buy presents for your pets? If you do, you’re not alone: 95% of pet owners plan on getting
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National Pet Travel Safety Month
Traveling with your pet may seem like a routine thing to do, but there are hazards that can befall your
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10 percent off dental
A Dental Deal for Pet Who Can’t Floss
No surprise that by age three, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some evidence of periodontal disease. This
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Keep Your Cat “Feline” Good!
Keep Your Cat “Feline” Good!
February also happens to be National Cat Health Month—so here are a few helpful tips for those of you who
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No Littering
No Littering. World Spay Day!
This event recognizes the vital role spay (and neuter) procedures have had in controlling the pet population. The statistics about
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Protect Your Pet from Poisons
Protect Your Pet from Poisons
What’s lurking in your house that could make your pet sick? Turns out, lots of things.National Animal Poison Prevention Week
Read more.
Got a scaredy cat or a cowering canine? We can help!
Got a scaredy cat or a cowering canine? We can help!
We know that veterinary checkups can cause anxiety in some pets. Crossroads Animal Hospital strives to make visits less stressful
Read more.
Puppy Prep 101
Puppy Prep 101
National Puppy Day is March 23rd—and in addition to encouraging puppy adoption from shelters and rescues, it’s also a day
Read more.
Calling all dog loving artists
Calling all dog loving artists
Do you know an artistic person who can paint or loves to create creative designs? We’d love to have their
Read more.
Spring into the Season—Safely!
Spring into the Season—Safely!
April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and as the weather warms and you and your pet start getting
Read more.
Prevent Animal Abuse
Prevent Animal Abuse
The recent case of Tommie, a dog tied to a pole and set on fire in Richmond earlier this year,
Read more.
Would You Know If Your Pet Had Heartworm?
Would You Know If Your Pet Had Heartworm?
April is Heartworm Awareness Month, and according to the American Heartworm Society (AHS), the incidence of heartworm across the country
Read more.
It's Microchip Your Pet Month
It’s Microchip Your Pet Month
One in three pets will go missing at some point, so it’s better to prepare for the worst instead of
Read more.
May is National Pet Month
May is National Pet Month
Pets have become such a fundamental part of life, it only makes sense that there would be a month wholly
Read more.
Pet Cancer is No Joke
Pet Cancer is No Joke
The Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF) reports that one in four dogs and one in five cats will develop cancer in
Read more.

 

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  • Pet Cancer is No Joke

    Pet Cancer is No Joke

    The Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF) reports that one in four dogs and one in five cats will develop cancer in their lifetime—in fact, it’s the leading cause of death for dogs over the age of two. And just as with people, the longer your pet lives, the higher their risk of developing some form of the disease. The most common types of cancer in dogs include lymphoma, mast cell tumors in skin and osteosarcoma (bone cancer). Some of these cancers have subtle symptoms or may appear simply as an enlargement or lump that a pet owner might just attribute to......

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  • May is National Pet Month

    May is National Pet Month

    Pets have become such a fundamental part of life, it only makes sense that there would be a month wholly dedicated to those furry, fun, frustrating animals. One of the main goals of this month’s dedication is to celebrate the benefits pets and people have brought to each other’s lives. While we’re sure you could come up with a few yourself, we’ve compiled a list of some of the scientifically proven benefits: Petting animals results in lowered blood pressure. Just being around pets can lowered cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Dog owners who take their pets for walks get more exercise......

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  • It's Microchip Your Pet Month

    It’s Microchip Your Pet Month

    One in three pets will go missing at some point, so it’s better to prepare for the worst instead of finding one day that your pet has slipped off without your notice. Microchipping your dog or cat gives them the best chance of coming back home after an unplanned amount of time away. The microchip brand we use at Crossroads Animal Hospital is called HomeAgain, and it acts as your pet’s permanent ID that’s used to contact you should your pet be found elsewhere. To display how beautifully beneficial these microchips have proven to be, we’ve pulled a couple personal......

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