Woodbridge Senior Care
Keeping Pets Happy & Comfortable in Their Golden Years
When pets reach their “golden years,” their regular health care needs change. Some senior pets are at a greater risk for arthritis, diabetes, and obesity so we recommend wellness exams at least twice a year for these patients. We also recommend a urinalysis and a comprehensive senior blood profile and CBC every year, as well as a heartworm test every other year—if no heartworm preventative doses have been missed.
For your convenience, a majority of our veterinary lab work is performed in house. If necessary, we can gladly discuss any other areas of concern, like senior pet nutrition and diet, exercise, and behavior modifications to help ensure your pet is as healthy as possible throughout their geriatric years.
ExperienceWe have served the area for over 15 years, and don't plan to stop anytime soon.
Cutting EdgeWe strive to stay on top of today's latest technology to provide the excellent care your furry family deserves!
InvolvedOur community is important to us. We strive to help make a difference, inside and out of the clinic.
We are guided by the common understanding that the hospital's foremost mission is to keep our patients healthy, while enjoying a long and happy life with their families.
“One of the things we appreciate most about Crossroads is its fair rates.”- Ashton C.
“The vet assistant and the vet seemed really knowledgeable and provided me with helpful information”- Stacey F.
“Excellent care by everyone!”- Wendy Dookie