Crosspointe Animal Hospital

★★★☆☆
  • 8975 Village Shops Dr

    Fairfax Station, VA 22039

    Map & Directions
  • 703-690-6600

About Crosspointe Animal Hospital

Categories
  • Veterinarians
Hours
M-F 7:30am-7pm, Sa 7:30am-12pm, Su Closed (Schedule Your Appointment)
Special Offer
New patients receive $25 off your first exam...
Associations
  • Fear Free Initiative certified staff members
  • AAFP Certified (Cat Friendly Practice)
  • AAHA Accredited Referral
  • The Standard of Veterinary Excellence
Emails
  • crosspointe8975@gmail.com
Phones
  • Fax (703-690-7487)
Year Established
  • 1996
Keywords
  • Medical care
  • Dental care
  • Surgery
  • Wellness care
  • Diagnostics
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
Services
  • Medical care
  • Dental care
  • Boarding
  • Wellness care
  • Surgery
  • Diagnostics
  • Vaccinations
  • Poisoning
  • Physical exams
  • Pain management
Languages
  • English

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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Our Staff

Doctors

    Management

      Licensed Veterinary Technicians

        Receptionists and Veterinary Assistants

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          I am writing for your help. Our neighborhood cat Mittens has been stuck in the attic of the Crosspointe Animal Hospital for over a week. The hospital has not opened up any holes to the outside for him to escape, they shut down today at noon and have planned no aggressive action during this time when they would be able to really take some meaningful action. If you have or are a pet owner, you know how much they mean to you. The owner has only called once in a 8 day time frame. The manager has become more and more distant asking the front desk people to shield her from our questions. I would think breaking down the ceiling this weekend would have been a wonderful plan. However, they have decided to take the weekend off while our cat is in the rafters. It says feral, but Mittens is treated like our cat. We feed him, take him to the vet for shots, got him neutered, we brush him, etc

          Time is running out for Mittens. Please call the Crosspointe Animal Hospital (703-690-6600) and ask them to do more. What they are doing now is not working and not enough. They haven't even opened up the siding to allow Mittens to escape.

          I am hoping you can post this story to your facebook / twitter pages with the email information below and ask your friends / family to send email & post to their social media pages.

          Here is a story from the fairfax station patch that can be posted to social media

          http://fairfaxstation.patch.com/groups/around-town/p/feral-cat-stuck-in-rafters-at-crosspointe-animal-hospital

          In addition, I wanted to ask you and your friends to send them an email asking for the following...

          #1 - open holes on the exterior, through siding to the outside with ladders for Mittens to exit
          #2 - breakdown entire drop ceiling to catch Mittens
          #3 - don't stop till Mittens is out alive
          http://www.crosspointeanimalhospital.com/Contact-Us.html

          Dr. Hinn is the owner, but seems to be an absentee owner

          Rachel is the manager.

          Please help!

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          ★☆☆☆☆

          I am writing for your help. Our neighborhood cat Mittens has been stuck in the attic of the Crosspointe Animal Hospital for over a week. The hospital has not opened up any holes to the outside for him to escape, they shut down today at noon and have planned no aggressive action during this time when they would be able to really take some meaningful action. If you have or are a pet owner, you know how much they mean to you. The owner has only called once in a 8 day time frame. The manager has become more and more distant asking the front desk people to shield her from our questions. I would think breaking down the ceiling this weekend would have been a wonderful plan. However, they have decided to take the weekend off while our cat is in the rafters. It says feral, but Mittens is treated like our cat. We feed him, take him to the vet for shots, got him neutered, we brush him, etc

          Time is running out for Mittens. Please call the Crosspointe Animal Hospital (703-690-6600) and ask them to do more. What they are doing now is not working and not enough. They haven't even opened up the siding to allow Mittens to escape.

          I am hoping you can post this story to your facebook / twitter pages with the email information below and ask your friends / family to send email & post to their social media pages.

          Here is a story from the fairfax station patch that can be posted to social media

          http://fairfaxstation.patch.com/groups/around-town/p/feral-cat-stuck-in-rafters-at-crosspointe-animal-hospital

          In addition, I wanted to ask you and your friends to send them an email asking for the following...

          #1 - open holes on the exterior, through siding to the outside with ladders for Mittens to exit
          #2 - breakdown entire drop ceiling to catch Mittens
          #3 - don't stop till Mittens is out alive
          http://www.crosspointeanimalhospital.com/Contact-Us.html

          Dr. Hinn is the owner, but seems to be an absentee owner

          Rachel is the manager.

          Please help!

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          I will not be returning to this hospital.

          Crosspointe Animal Hospital killed Basie the Corgi 3 hours after a stranger (a client of Crosspointe) took her from her yard and brought her into the hospital. The "stranger" was a retired vet

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          ★★★★★

          I will not be returning to this hospital.

          Crosspointe Animal Hospital killed Basie the Corgi 3 hours after a stranger (a client of Crosspointe) took her from her yard and brought her into the hospital. The "stranger" was a retired vet

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          Very neat and clean animal hospital. Have visited there several times and have been pleased. Staff is very friendly and helpful. They give excellent tours of the facility.

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          ★★★★☆

          Very neat and clean animal hospital. Have visited there several times and have been pleased. Staff is very friendly and helpful. They give excellent tours of the facility.

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          Bad esperince when I had to put my lab to sleep. Laughing and professional in the background. Dr was sweet but definately wanted the money up front. I had a bad cold and uncaring feeling there.

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          ★☆☆☆☆

          Bad esperince when I had to put my lab to sleep. Laughing and professional in the background. Dr was sweet but definately wanted the money up front. I had a bad cold and uncaring feeling there.

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          This animal hospital is very roomy and very clean and all the employees here are wonderful! They are very nice and treat every animal like their own!

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          ★★★★☆

          This animal hospital is very roomy and very clean and all the employees here are wonderful! They are very nice and treat every animal like their own!

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