Veterinary Hospital in Tampa Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Free Pet Diagnostic Services

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| Source: Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre

TAMPA, Fla., June 16, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre in Tampa, FL announced that the veterinary hospital is celebrating its 10th anniversary this summer. In celebration of the animal hospital's 10th anniversary, the vet clinic is offering the following services for free: heartworm testing, microchip insert or an intestinal parasite test. In addition to the free anniversary services, the veterinary hospital is equipped to provide pet acupuncture, custom and holistic therapies, wellness packages, pet vaccinations, allergy testing, DNA testing, lab work, digital radiology, ultrasounds, pet dental care, laser therapy, pet grooming and pet boarding services.

Tampa veterinarian Dr. Timothy D. Hodge announced that Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre is celebrating its tenth anniversary serving Tampa. "On behalf of our veterinary health care team, I would like to thank the Tampa, Wesley Chapel and surrounding communities for their unwavering support and business over the past ten years," said Dr. Hodge. "Our team truly goes above and beyond each day to provide the best possible care for our patients and we will continue to do so for the next ten years."

In honor of the hospital's anniversary and as a reflection of its commitment to proactive pet wellness care, the hospital is offering several free services. Pet owners may choose between a free heartworm test, a free microchip insertion or a free intestinal parasite test. In order to receive these services, new or existing clients will need to have a wellness exam completed by Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre within the last year. The free service offer expires June 30th, 2013. 

The animal hospital also offers full pet wellness exams, including pet vaccinations, pet dental care and pet surgical care. In addition to pet wellness care, the veterinary hospital prides itself on providing a combination of Western veterinary medicine and Eastern holistic services.

"Staying at the pinnacle of the best in veterinary medicine is just part of our vet hospital's goals," said Dr. Hodge. "We also aspire to provide outstanding service that marries that best of contemporary veterinary medicine with alternative practices."

Dr. Hodge and the animal hospital team regularly combine services such as pet acupuncture with traditional care for enhanced pain management. Pet laser therapy is also available for relieving arthritis and other pain symptoms in pets.

"Over the last ten years, we have made a strong effort to provide enhanced veterinary services by combining a variety of different treatment options," said Dr. Hodge. "We believe the best care is achieved through a combination of proactive wellness services."

Pet owners who would like to learn more about the vet hospital's services or take advantage of the free wellness services may visit http://www.crosscreekvet.com/.

Cross Creek Animal Medical Centre
888-667-5235