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Welcome to Crossville Veterinary Hospital LLC
Your Veterinarian in ROSWELL GA
Call us at (678) 682-8805

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (678) 682-8805!

At Crossville Veterinary Hospital, we offer:

  • Full-service medical & surgical care
  • Highly experienced veterinarians and team
  • On-site laboratory tests for quicker results
  • Digital x-rays for safer diagnosis
  • Canine, feline, & exotic boarding

Crossville is a full-service animal hospital serving the Roswell, Georgia area. The veterinary hospital was started by Dr. Rosa Denning who has been a practicing veterinarian since 1995 and in veterinary services for over 30 years. Our goal is to provide contemporary medical and surgical care with personal service.

Crossville Veterinary Hospital has a wide range of services to fit your every need. From general soft tissue surgery such as spaying/neutering, “cherry eye” repair, exploratory surgery, and bladder surgery to vaccinations for puppies and kittens all the way up to geriatric pets. Crossville Veterinary Hospital is also able to take care of other needs like dental cleanings and surgery as well as arranging for anesthesia-free dentals. Crossville has the ability to provide many laboratory services right in the office while you wait such as comprehensive blood work, parasite checks, urinalysis and more. We invested in a modern digital x-ray machine to provide safer diagnosis of your pets by using lower doses of radiation.

The veterinary clinic is also able to tend to pets needing hospitalization.

The team at Crossville strives to give the best loving care to your pets no matter what their needs are. We are conveniently located at 40 East Crossville Road, Roswell, GA 30075 just east of Crabapple Road. Our pleasant and friendly staff looks forward to taking care of your beloved pets.



Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I am the Director of GA Akita Rescue Division, and I searched for a veterinary clinic willing to provide veterinary care for our orphans. I was thrilled when I found Crossville! Adrienne is so warm and welcoming, and so is the entire staff! I am so excited to form a relationship with this hospital and provide our Akitas with excellent veterinary care!"
    Jenna Rose
  • "Great people great vibe!! They are top notch and treat me and my pet like family!!!"
    Ryan VanDyke
  • "Great staff! Dr. Wessley squeezed me in, but still took took the time to thoroughly examine my baby and talk to me. She answered questions and provided some solutions. I really wish they were closer to me! I highly recommend them to anyone and everyone in that area."
    Tabetha Long

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