Crossroads Animal Hospital opened in 1994 by Dr. Robert Cheatham.
Dr. Watson purchased the practice in 1998, and the office relocated to a larger office area in 2008. To this day, our goal is to provide complete and compassionate medicine, surgery, and preventative care to pets of all ages, while building long-lasting friendships with pet owners throughout the Newnan community.
|Monday:||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Tuesday:||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Wednesday:||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Thursday:||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Friday:||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Saturday:||8:00am - 11:00am|
If your pet is sick or injured and you are not able to see us at Crossroads Animal Hospital, we recommend contacting the following urgent care hospital. They allow walk-ins and do not require an appointment for urgent care services.
|Animal Urgent Care of Dunwoody|
|5450 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody, GA 30338
|(470) 977-2494||Visit Website|
After Hours Pet Emergencies
During business hours, we welcome pet emergencies in Newnan at Crossroads Animal Hospital and encourage you to call us or come right in. However, outside our business hours, we recommend you contact the following emergency pet hospitals in Georgia.
|South Atlanta Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center|
|1090 Highway 54 East
Fayetteville, Georgia, 30214
|(770) 460-8166||Visit Website|
|Union City Veterinary Medical Center and Emergency Clinic|
|6702 Shannon Pkwy
Union City, GA 30291
|(770) 964-0700||Visit Website|
We would love to hear from you! You can complete this form for general questions or comments. For pet records, prescriptions, appointments please use our Pet Portal.
“Crossroads Animal Hospital has been treating our dogs and now cats for twenty years. They know us by name, care for our animals like family, and the doctors will do everything possible to provide the best treatment, even to admitting when they aren’t sure of a diagnosis and suggesting a second opinion. Some of our cats have lived very long lives, and the doctors and technicians at CAH are determined to help us have the best quality time possible with our pets. What more could we ask?”