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Crossroads Veterinary Clinic specializes in small animal care offering complete medical exams for your sick and injured pets. Following the exam, a treatment plan will be created that best fits you and your pet’s needs. Crossroads Veterinary Clinic has a state of the art facility that allows them to offer ICU services that include complete hospitalization services with constant IV fluid administration, patient monitoring, oxygen therapy, etc. A separate isolation area allows safe treatment of pets with contagious illnesses that can include Canine Parvo Virus and Feline Upper Respiratory Infections.

Comprehensive Small Animal Medicine


Crossroads Veterinary Clinic has a complete set of diagnostic tools that allow for rapid results when your pet needs it most. Blood Pressure Monitors, ECG, Glaucoma Measurements, SPO2 are a few of the many tests available in-house. Crossroads Veterinary Clinic also has a Complete In-House Laboratory.  Results are available in minutes for review so proper treatments can be initiated. Several available tests include:

  • CBC

  • Chemistry Panel

  • Electrolyte Panel

  • Blood Coagulation

  • Thyroid Levels

  • Cortisol Levels
    (Cushing and Addison Testing)

  • Canine/Feline Pancreatic Lipase

  • Progesterone

  • Feline FIV/Leukemia Test

  • Feline Heartworm Test

  • Glucose Curves

  • Urinalysis/Sediment

  • Diagnostic Fecal Exams

  • Parvo

  • Giardia

  • Canine Heartworm Test

  • Ehrlichia Canis

  • Lyme Disease

  • Anaplasma


Crossroads Veterinary Clinic understands that many diseases can be cured or prevented if caught early. For this reason, we offer and encourage a wide range of services to help keep your pets healthy. Several services we offer include:

  • Wellness Exam Packages

  • Vaccinations

  • Deworming Protocols

  • Microchipping

  • ID Cards

  • Heartworm Testing

  • Heartworm Prevention

  • Flea Prevention


We believe in investing in the best imaging technology possible to ensure our team is equipped to provide excellent diagnostic services.


Our newest addition to our imaging center is our new in-house 64-Slice CT scanner. A Computerized Tomography (CT) scan used special digital x-ray detectors to take highly detailed, 2D images of "slices" or sections of the body. We believe that bringing this CT to Victoria will help the entire veterinary community. Thus, we are extending access to our Imaging Center to all veterinarians in the Golden Crescent region.

Digital radiography captures high quality images in a digital format that allows for manipulation of the image to see structures that may be hidden by the older forms of radiography that utilize film. The captured images can be burned to a disc or e-mailed for further evaluation at another location. Survey films are the most common types of radiographs performed, but occasionally contrast films are required that may include a barium study, contrast cystogram, etc. Large dog breeders may also request OFA hip certification that is easily accomplished with digital radiography.

​Digital ultrasonography captures instant, high resolution soft tissue images in a digital format that can be e-mailed for further evaluation at another location. The images obtained with digital ultrasound allow for visualization into organs including the liver, kidneys, bladder, heart, spleen, etc. that is not possible with radiography.


Crossroads Veterinary Clinic offers a wide range of veterinary services for your exotic pets.
Several exotic pets include: ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, reptiles, etc.


If you are thinking about traveling with your pet, there are several things to consider. Pet care can differ from state to state and country to country.

Domestic Air Travel Health Certificates

Vaccinations should be current and you should obtain a pet health certificate that is dated no more than 10 days prior to departure. Verify rabies  vaccination requirements with the state or country that you are traveling to and be sure to get a copy of your up-to-date rabies certificate which is required if traveling by air.  Rabies certificates are not required for ground travel, but are highly recommended as you may have to unexpectedly board your animal in a kennel.

International Health Certificates

  • You are able to request an international health certificate from either the embassy of the country you’re traveling to, or from our office.  Always request the international health certificate at least six months in advance in order for you to have time to make arrangements to get your pet vaccinated, examined, and to get all paperwork in order.

  • International health certificates for pets are only accepted by foreign countries if they have been filled out by a nationally accredited veterinarian.

  • Research what specific tests and vaccinations are required by the country you will be visiting.  These requirements are usually listed on the country’s website.  The veterinarian will then record the test results on the international certificate which should be dated no more than ten days prior to the date of your departure.

  • Take your completed international health certificate to a USDA Veterinary Services office to be endorsed.  USDA endorsement is a requirement on all international health certificates.  You can find a USDA Veterinary Services office in your area on the USDA website.

  • Be sure to bring your international health certificate with you to the airport to present to airline personnel.


We now refer the following types of specialized cases to our partner, Nexus Veterinary Specialists.

  • Advanced Soft Tissue Surgery

  • Orthopedic Surgery

  • Neurological Surgery

  • Dentistry & Oral Surgery

  • Oncologic Surgery

  • Advanced Reproductive Surgery

  • Opthalmic Surgery

  • Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation & Recovery


Crossroads Veterinary Clinic understands we all have busy lives, and scheduled appointments, although preferred, are not always feasible for some pet owners. Therefore, Crossroads Veterinary Clinic offers drop-off exams for our clients. Pets can be dropped off in the morning before going to work, and picked up that afternoon after work.


Crossroads Veterinary Clinic has an online pharmacy that gives you the ease of ordering medications from the comfort of your home. The medications are shipped directly to your house.


Ovariohysterectomy (Spay) and Neuters are common surgeries performed daily to help control the pet population and reduce the risk of hormone induced diseases and cancers. Spays can be performed any time after 3 months old and can be performed when the female is in heat or pregnant. Neuters can be performed any time after 3 months old. If a retained testicle (cryptorchid) is noted, a neuter is strongly recommended as the risk of cancer increases.


Allergies are a common problem seen with many pets. There are three types of allergies, and at Crossroads Veterinary Clinic, we offer management protocols to help owners deal with them. Allergy testing, Dietary management, Flea prevention protocols are a few services offered to give your pets freedom from allergies.


Many older pets suffer from arthritis. They may be slow to rise, become irritable, limp on a leg, etc. At Crossroads Veterinary Clinic, we offer several medical and surgical management options for your uncomfortable pets.


Many Shelter Kennels, Breeding Kennels, Hunting Kennels, Show Kennels, etc. have several animals in their facilities that require care. For these situations, Crossroads Veterinary Clinic offers consultation services to visit the facilities and create Herd Health Management Protocols to keep the individual animals healthy, always conscious of cost.


As our pets age, their needs and care require more attention. Bi-annual exams are recommended to help detect problems early. Crossroads Veterinary Clinic offers a wide range of services to detect these problems early in our older pets and will work with owners to set up geriatric disease protocols to keep them healthy and moving.


Losing a pet is never easy. Crossroads Veterinary Clinic understands this, and is available to help with this difficult time. We offer cremation services to help your family honor the memory of your beloved pet.

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