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Strongsville Veterinarians Provide Pet Wellness Care to Keep Your Pets Healthy and Active
Our Strongsville veterinarians provide care for dogs, cats and pocket pets. At our animal hospital, skill and caring come together to ensure your pet receives high quality, compassionate pet wellness care. Our services include routine check-ups, vaccinations, pet dental, spay and neuter procedures, emergency pet care, and dog obedience training. At Crossroads, we use sophisticated equipment to provide the highest quality of modern veterinary diagnostic and surgical services. With an in-house pharmacy and access to specialists, our facility provides everything you need for your pet's health and medical care.
Pet Wellness Care is Key to Preventing Illness
Pet wellness care is fundamental to our practice. Just like humans, pets benefit from routine check-ups and preventive care. The earlier our veterinarians can diagnose a problem, the more options we have for treating and correcting the condition. During a routine check-up we will perform a physical examination, make sure your pet is up to date on all vaccinations, and perform routine blood work and screenings for parasites. Annual check-ups are not just for dogs and cats. These wellness screenings are important for all animals including and pocket pets. We can also recommend dog obedience training, boarding or grooming care for your pet.
Our veterinarians also provide advanced veterinary services including digital radiography, laser surgery, orthopedics, and complete senior health care. Our full pet dental services include digital dental X-rays, annual cleanings and fluoride treatments, and oral surgery. With our in-house pharmacy, sophisticated surgical equipment, and access to specialists, we are proud to provide the highest standards of veterinary care.
Our doctors are highly trained and skilled in all areas of veterinary medicine, allowing our team to perform complex medical procedures for cats and dogs. In keeping with our "High Tech, High Touch" mission, we provide ongoing training and education to ensure that all members of our team are up-to-date on the latest advancements in veterinary care.
Crossroads Animal Hospital is celebrating our 34th year of service to the Strongsville, Ohio pet community. Founded by Dr. Jeff Peacock, our veterinary hospital originally started as a satellite vet clinic for a larger hospital in Brecksville. As our practice grew rapidly, we relocated to our current home at 12977 Pearl Road in 1990. Today, our full-service pet hospital serves the communities of Strongsville, Middleburg Heights, North Royalton, and Berea.
Crossroads Animal Hospital, an AAHA accredited hospital, has served the Strongsville area since 1978 with the highest standards in veterinary care.
We are very proud that our veterinary hospital is one of only 12% of all veterinary hospitals in North America to be certified by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). AAHA sets strict certifications standards for membership, and we work hard to continually meet and exceed these requirements. Crossroads Animal Hospital has met all requirements for accreditation and has been approved though 2016.
At Crossroads Animal Hospital, we are actively involved in the local community. Dr. Peacock is a charter member and past president of the Strongsville Rotary Club as well as a member of the Chamber of Commerce. He is also a frequent contributor on local radio and television programs, discussing pet wellness care and veterinary medicine.
We know that your pets are an important part of your family, and we consider our clients and their pets to be part of our family, too. Together, we are committed to helping your pet live a long, happy, and healthy life.
Call us at (440) 238-5900 today to schedule an appointment.
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