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May 18, 2015

Vaccinations – Injecting Wellness

  Vaccines are a means to stimulate the body’s immunity to different bacterial and viral infections.  A vaccine prepares the body’s defenses to attack invading pathogens and to prevent or reduce severity of the diseases they cause.  Vaccines are an important way to prevent certain diseases from invading and harming your dog or cat. Pet vaccinations have been around for a very long time. But modern vaccines are the most effective and safe that has ever been made.  In order to protect your precious pet from contagious diseases it is essential to keep his or her vaccinations up-to-date. Bringing in […]
May 18, 2015

Loyalty Wellness Packages

WHY:  Prevention of disease and early detection of disorders is paramount at Crosscreek Animal Hospital.  We take this so serious, that we have designed Loyalty Wellness Packages to ensure that we provide the optimum in your pet’s health.
May 18, 2015

Laser Therapy – See The Light

  Major League Baseball uses it.  The NFL uses it.  The US Olympic Team uses it.  Progressive Cutting Edge Veterinarians use it. What is it?  Laser Therapy, that’s what.  So, let me shed some light on the subject. Therapeutic Laser is a new innovative method of treatment that has shown to improve a pet’s circulation, reduce pain & inflammation, speed healing, kill infection and much more, in many ways.
May 18, 2015

Blood Work & Lab Testing – An Internal Physical Exam

Have you ever gone to the veterinarian and be told that they recommend annual blood work for your pet? There is a reason for this, as most pet owner’s only think about blood work or lab tests when their pet is sick. However just like their human counter parts, pets too should have lab tests done once a year for their overall health evaluation.  Lab work is considered an internal examination for your pet. It is also essential if your pet is sick or having any kind of surgery performed.