Crossroads Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, treating all types of pets – dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, reptiles and snakes. Our animal hospital is located in Moody, and our veterinarians treat pets from Moody, Trussville, Pell City, Leeds, Chalkville, Clay, Irondale, Odenville, Birmingham and Springville, AL
Our experienced veterinarians are ready to provide affordable veterinary care for your wonderful pet. We offer wellness care, dental care, vaccines, flea, tick, heartworm prevention, diagnostic and surgical care. We also offer spay and neuter procedures for dogs and cats and walk-in appointments are available.
It is the mission of the Veterinarians and staff of Crossroads Animal Hospital to provide our community and its surrounding area with affordable, high quality, compassionate veterinary care to support the special bond between people and their pets so they can be a part of our family for many years to come.
Expert veterinary care for all dogs. Our approach to canine wellness care is comprehensive and customized to the unique needs of your dog. Our veterinary team is expert at wellness care for dogs at each life stage: puppy, adult, senior. We believe in fear free veterinary care and we welcome all questions about your dog’s health.
At Crossroads Animal Hospital, we offer cat-friendly, fear-free feline veterinary care at Crossroads Animal Hospital so that you and your cat have a good experience at our hospital. Making the veterinary care experience less stressful for cats and the people who love them means better health care for all cats.
Crossroads Animal Hospital is a full service hospital that treats all types of pets! We offer veterinary care for birds, reptiles (including snakes) rabbits, ferrets, small mammals, pocket pets and many more!
At Crossroads Animal Hospital, we want both you and your pet to have great veterinary visits with us. This is why we utilize fear free and anxiety reducing techniques when examining and treating your pet.
She was born and raised in Chile, where she attended and graduated on 2010 with her DVM from Universidad Mayor School of Veterinary Medicine. While working on her DVM in Chile, she volunteered at the Chilean National Zoo for 5 years.