COVID 19 Update - We're Open & Taking Appointments!
We are considered an essential business, and remain vigilant in monitoring the most up-to-date safety, infection control and cleaning protocols recommended by the CDC and government officials. We have reopened to elective procedures (dental, neuters, spays). We are still not allowing clients in the building, but are providing curbside services and enforcing social distancing, wearing masks and advanced cleaning protocols.
It’s time to take your cat to the veterinarian. We know cats aren’t the best travelers and the car ride and visit can be stressful. You can make this a much more pleasant experience by following these simple helpful tips and using Feliway. Ideally, the cat carrier should be out in the open at all times. To make the carrier a positive experience, you can feed you cat in the carrier and place soft bedding in the carrier. If you are not able to leave the carrier out at all times, then at least one week prior to visit: Put […]
Do you or someone you know have heart disease? Is there a diagnoses of valvular disease, congestive heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, etc? Does your pet or someone’s pet you know have heart disease? Did you know that there are similarities and differences in the way cats and dogs -vs- humans have heart disease? My own dog has congestive heart failure with pulmonary hypertension and valvular insufficiency. The valvular insufficiency started first, then progressed to the congestive heart failure and pulmonary hypertension. This has occurred slowly over many years. His heart disease has been treated at each stage of the […]
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 […]
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.