Crossroads 
Veterinary Hospital
Crossroads Veterinary Hospital Services

Services Performed:

*NEW* Laser Therapy Treatments

Personalized Vaccination Programs

County Licenses and Tags

Dermatology

Radiology (Digital Radiographs)

Orthopedic Exams

Neurological Evaluations

Weight Management Counseling

State-of-the-art anesthesia and monitoring equipment for surgery and dentistry

Hospice Care

Microchip Placement

Health Certificate for Travel or Sale




Diagnostics: 

Complete Diagnostic Bloodwork

Heartworm Testing

Fecal Examination

Urinalysis

FeLV & FIV testing

Tick-borne Diseases

Culture & Sensitivity Testing

Cytology

ECG & Blood Pressure Evaluation

Parvovirus Testing

Liver (bile acids), Thyroid Function (T4) & Cortisol Levels


Pharmacy:

We have a fully stocked in house pharmacy should your pet ever need medication. In circumstances where a medication is needed that we do not carry, we will make arrangements to get your pet his or her medication.

Comprehensive Examinations:

Yearly exams are your pet's most important preventive medicine. During a yearly exam, we check the pet's heart, ears, eyes, teeth, skin, nutrition, muscles and joints, and discuss behavioral concerns. By doing this, we can detect diseases early in their course which allows us to limit the effects on your pet.
















Vaccinations:

We develop a vaccination schedule based on your pet's individual needs. These include: Bordatella (kennel cough), Rabies, DHPP (canine distemper/parvo combination) for dogs/puppies, FVRCP (feline/distemper combination), Rabies, and FeLV (feline leukemia) for cats/kittens.

We do not believe in over-vaccinating pets and will carefully tailor a vaccine protocol to suit your pet’s age and lifestyle.

Dental Care:

Dental care is an important part of your pet's health. Diseased gums can lead to serious medical issues such as endocarditis (heart-valve infections), or problems with their kidneys. We offer routine dental cleanings including polishing and scaling, and can remove teeth when needed.

Microchip Placement:

Microchip placement is the newest form of pet identification that we offer to aid in the safe return of a lost pet. The microchip is a small computer chip that is inserted under the skin using a needle. When the pet is scanned for a microchip, a number is obtained. A national hot line is available for veterinarians, and other local authorities. The chip number can then be used in order to locate the pet's owner by telephone. 

Surgery:

We can perform any surgery be it major or emergency. We highly recommend spaying or neutering your pet to not only help control the pet population, but also to prevent health problems such as reproductive system cancer, uterine infections (pyometra), prostate disease, and behavioral problems.

Euthanasia:

The decision to euthanize one's pet is never an easy one. Euthanasia is a responsibility we take very seriously. Owners are able to say goodbye to their companions in a comfortable setting and at their own pace, we also offer euthanasia for some clients in their own home rather than in a hospital setting. Their companion's last moments are spent in the arms of those they love or on their favorite bed, blanket, or lap. These final moments together will be remembered forever and we do our utmost to ensure this to be a peaceful time.




At-Home Veterinary Care:
Please visit our website at www.stlouismobilevet.com for details. 


Our hospital is designed to be convenient for our clients and we are able to be flexible offering visits by appointment during a variety of days and times.