Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre


Veterinarians in Tampa, FL

Located in the Cory Lake Professional Center
10323 Cross Creek Blvd Suite H
Tampa, Fl 33647

Welcome to Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre, a veterinary hospital in Tampa, FL. Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre is a full-service veterinary hospital in Tampa that offers a comprehensive range of veterinary services, including specialty surgery, an emphasis on preventive health services, and holistic medicine and alternative therapies such as acupuncture.
At our advanced animal hospital our team of veterinarians, including lead veterinarian, Dr. Timothy D. Hodge, stays up-to-date in veterinary medical care to provide your pets the best treatment possible.

We build our practice on a strong commitment to your pets’ well-being and a firm foundation of preventive health care that that will help your pet live a long, healthy life. We encourage pet owners like you to take full advantage of preventive health care.

Our veterinarians customize preventive health care to the needs of each pet, including annual check-ups, spay/neuter care, routine pet vaccinations, nutritional assessments and counseling, and pet dental care.
We also educate pet owners, giving them the knowledge and tools necessary to provide their furry friends a long, healthy life. We partner with each pet owner to develop a wellness plan that includes a schedule of exams and vaccinations, nutritional plan, and pet care advice from the early stages of life through the geriatric years.


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Dental health care is a key component of our veterinary services, as poor dental hygiene negatively impacts overall health. Regular dental exams prevent gum disease and infections that can spread to internal organs through the bloodstream.

Our veterinarians offer holistic pet care services as a complement to traditional veterinary services. Pet acupuncture has proven a safe and natural way to relieve arthritis pain that pets often develop with age. It also helps relieve pain from injuries. By helping pets regain mobility, these treatments enhance pets’ overall wellness and quality of life.

Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre also believes in the power of good nutrition to improve pets’ quality of life and overall health. Poor nutrition leads to weight gain, which wears on a pet’s joints, as happens with humans. Our veterinarians advise pet owners on the best diet for their pet.

Our advanced animal hospital is equipped with advanced veterinary medical technology to support the highest quality of care. Our in-house laboratory enables us to immediately diagnose your pet to quickly begin treatment. Our surgical services include the latest in laser surgery to minimize pain and recovery time for your pet. And we offer the latest in radiology equipment, electrocardiogram (ECG), pulse oximeter monitoring and ultrasound.
We also have developed partnerships with specialists, available as needed through Internet technology, and without requiring your pet to leave our hospital.

We round out our offering of services with microchip implantation, onsite pet bathing and pet boarding facilities, and spay and neuter services.

For more information and to make an appointment with our veterinarian, call us at 813-994-6929.

Featured in The New Barker

Cross Creek’s very own Dr. Timothy Hodge has written a featured article for Volume 44 of The New Barker magazine! The New Barker is Florida’s top lifestyle magazine for dogs and their people.  In this article, Dr. Hodge discusses the myriad of natural and safe methods of flea and tick prevention for dogs. Fleas and ticks can impact our pet’s health and wellness as well as cause chronic issues for our furry friends, which is why we believe proper prevention is always better for our pets and easier than treating an infestation. Check out Dr. Hodge’s articles in previous issues of The New Barker here, and click the link below to read Dr. Hodge’s most recent article!