Crossroads Animal Emergency

11057 Rosecrans Ave
Norwalk, CA 90650
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Veterinarian Emergency Services, Veterinarians, Animal Hospitals
Exotic Animal Practice

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Crossroads Animal Emergency & Referral Center has been an AAHA certified hospital for 26 years. We're open when other practices are closed. We serve Southeast Los Angeles County, Long Beach and North Orange County for emergency pet needs, as well as for orthopedic and complex soft tissue surgeries. We have advanced equipment including digital X-Ray, ultrasound, patient monitoring, and anesthesia. The latest addition to our practice is Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy with adult stem cells. We use this for the treatment of arthritis and to aid in soft tissue repair such as tendons and ligaments.
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Customer Reviews (22 reviews)


on Yahoo Feb 19, 2010
Worst Place Ever HORRIBLE!!!!!!!! It was Christmas eve i had gone online to check if some thing was wronge with my dog because she was bleeding from he nose. She was poisoned. Me and my parents ( im 13) went to see if we... (more)


on Yahoo Jan 22, 2010
Regardless of the negative reviews, I have a positive one about this place. My Frenchie went in with severe breathing problems. Anyone who has a Frenchie or any breed of dog with a smashed face knows how serious this... (more)


on Yahoo Jan 13, 2010
I am really greatful with this hospital. My Chihuahua was having problems urinating and he was in severe pain. Thank God I had Crossroad's number handy, so I called and rush my baby at mid nite. We were greeted with... (more)


on Yahoo Oct 12, 2009
DO NOT take your pets here. They are greedy and do not care about animals. I took my kitty there because it was the weekend and he had urinary problems. They told me he had a urinary blockage and quoted me $2100 for... (more)


on Yahoo Aug 22, 2009
They helped me save my cat, when he jumped from the second floor. I thought he broke his legs. They are very, very good. (more)


on Yahoo Apr 09, 2009
So I took my kitty there recently and unfortunately, had to put him to sleep. It's nice, neat, it's clean but... (more)


on Yahoo Mar 13, 2009
My Persian cat sustained an eye injury and his eye had to be sutured shut by Dr. Righter at the cost of $850 (after a $1,035.50 deposit). My cat hates to come out of my home and his wild feral side takes over if he even sees a... (more)

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on Citysearch Jan 28, 2009
I took my cat in very early in the morning because she had been vomiting and had trouble urinating. First of all they took her to the back room and i would have preferred for them to physically examine her in front of me but... (more)

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on Yahoo Jan 15, 2009
Omg I agree with you all I took in my sick dog and the first thing I was told to do is sign a 600.00 minimum deposit which i didnt have so after like 40 minutes i was told the best thing to do is put my dog to sleep. I have been so... (more)

Bill L.

on Yahoo Dec 20, 2008
This place is only a money machine, plain and simple. If you don't believe me just go there. I took my very sick pet there and the first thing they wanted me to do was to sign a contract for a minimum of $600. My pet didn't... (more)
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