Dr. Minton and the entire staff exhibit concern for Maddie. When I brought her in recently because she was acting "weird", Dr. Minton put her through a few exercises to try to recreate what I was seeing at home. Naturally Maddie acted perfectly normal, making me feel like an idiot. Dr. Minton still felt that there was a problem and suggested a urinalysis. Sure enough, Maddie had a urinary tract infection. A two week course of antibiotics cleared up the problem and Maddie was back to her old self.
In the course of two visits to Crossroads, Maddie had to go to the back for some blood work. Maddie does NOT like to go back there because she has separation anxiety and is worried that I'm going to leave her. The staff at Crossroads knows this and invites me to come along so that Maddie feels safe. I've never had another vet invite me back into their private space! This makes me feel safe as well.
I love Crossroads Animal Clinic. The staff is fabulous and Dr. Minton is wonderful. I highly reccomend them to anyone looking for a vet.