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CORY LAKE ISLES PROFESSIONAL CENTER
Tampa Veterinary Hospital Dedicated to Quality Care
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Welcome to Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre, a Tampa veterinary hospital devoted to quality pet care. We are a full-service animal hospital, offering experienced care for dogs, cats and pocket pets. Our Tampa veterinary clinic offers a large scope of procedures, including pet vaccinations, routine examinations, spay and neuter procedures, pet dental care, microchip implantation, pet surgery and more. We also have onsite pet bathing and pet boarding facilities for the ease and convenience of area pet owners.
Our lead Tampa veterinarian, Dr. Timothy D. Hodge, has been practicing in the Tampa area since 1995. His commitment to high-quality care, dedication to staying current on modern treatments and continued education keep Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre on the cutting edge of veterinary care.
Tampa Animal Hospital Offering Routine and Urgent Care
Our Tampa Animal Hospital, Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre, offers both routine and urgent care treatment. Our veterinary clinic staff is available during normal business hours for pet wellness examinations, pet dental care, vaccinations, scheduled pet surgery procedures and other non emergency situations. Our staff is trained to implant microchips as well. For urgent cases and emergencies, a veterinarian is on-call.
Our Tampa veterinary clinic utilizes advanced technologies in order to offer our patients high quality care. Laser surgery, one of the most innovative additions to veterinary care, is available at our clinic. An in-house laboratory allows for us to immediately diagnose and treat many different pet healthcare cases without delay. We also offer radiology, electrocardiogram (ECG), pulse oxomiter monitoring, ultrasound and more. In addition, our team is also able to provide animal acupuncture and other holistic care procedures.
In cases where a specialist is needed, Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre is able to team up with partners without the pet ever leaving our clinic. By utilizing modern internet and fax technologies, we are often able to consult the advice of a specialist immediately, saving both time and patient lives.
Our Tampa veterinary hospital also offers veterinarian supervised pet boarding and bathing. Pet owners can be confident when boarding their pet at our facility, as a veterinarian and qualified veterinary personnel are nearby if needed.
At Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre, our clinic involvement in a dog, cat or pocket pet's life does not end with the appointment. We pride ourselves on our ability to give pet owners the tools and information they need in order to give their companions the gift of a long, healthy life. We can help each owner create a wellness schedule for their pet, including future exams and vaccinations. Care and nutritional consultation is also available for geriatric and pediatric pets.
We are here to answer any questions that pet owners may have! Tampa, New Tampa, Wesley Chapel and Zephyrhills pet owners interested in speaking directly with our Tampa veterinarian or scheduling an appointment with our Tampa veterinary hospital may do so by calling 813-994-6929.
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Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre