Cross Creek Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital, located in Waynesville, MO. We provide the best possible medical care, surgical care, and dental care for our highly-valued patients. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care, and health- related educational opportunities for our clients. Below is a list of the medical services we offer. If there is something you don't see on our list, please call us, we'd be happy to help you find the best doctor or hospital in the area to fit your needs.
Your pet’s age and health determine how frequently the doctor needs to see them, but in general we recommend most pets get a full exam once a year until they are 6 years old.
Cross Creek Animal Hospital staff members are trained to collect and interpret lab tests on site. We offer in-house blood tests, cytology, fecal and urinalysis. Some advanced lab work is sent outside the clinic for analysis and results are received in a timely manner.
We have a fully stocked veterinary pharmacy to make your visit as quick and easy as possible. If your vet prescribes any medication, it will immediately be sent to our pharmacy staff to be sent home when you check out. Please call us AT LEAST 24 HOURS in advance to refill a prescription to ensure it is ready when you arrive. We do not have an online pharmacy option at this time.
Required vaccines vary depending on where you live and travel with your pet. Many areas require Rabies vaccinations. Check with our clinic to find out about the best ways to protect your pet.
A microchip is a safe and permanent way to identify your pet. We highly recommend you have your pets microchipped. We have reunited countless lost pets with their owners just by scanning them. The chip is simple to insert at the vet clinic and does not require surgery or anesthesia.
Dental disease and bacteria can damage the heart, liver, kidneys, lungs and brain and over 85% of dogs and cats have some type of periodontal disease. Cross Creek Animal Hospital recommends your pet’s teeth be evaluated on a yearly basis to keep them safe and healthy.
Skin problems, obesity, bladder stones and digestive issues are all problems that a healthy diet can help resolve. Our vets can determine if a prescription nutrition plan is right for your pet.