If you live in Fairfax Station, Clifton, or Lorton, VA, our veterinary staff would love to treat your pets. Whether you need emergency treatment or routine care, we can help. Our veterinarians have many years of experience with a variety of serious medical conditions. We designed our clinic for the comfort of both two-legged and four-legged visitors, so you can relax while you're waiting and keep your pet calm.
We encourage preventive care that can often uncover health problems in the early stages. This gives your cat or dog the best opportunity to recover quickly. Come in for scheduled vaccinations and wellness checks frequently to meet your animal's health needs, including flea and tick control and protection from other common pests. Do you have questions on how claw-cutting and spaying or neutering would impact your furry friend? We'd be happy to answer all your questions and help you feel comfortable about your pet's health and well-being.
Pets require a range of services to keep them in top health. We aim to provide a one-stop-shop for as many pet care needs as possible. Besides vaccinations and surgeries, pet owners turn to us when they need to travel and can't take their pets along. Contact us for information on our boarding services.
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When you come to our clinic, you rarely receive a referral to a specialist. Crosspointe Animal Hospital is your comprehensive veterinarian for multiple animal services, including:
You should discuss any topics that concern you with your vet tech or veterinarian. We want you and your pet to concentrate on having fun together for many years to come. There's no need to leave any questions unanswered.
Whether you're a proud new pet owner or a seasoned pet parent to your aging animal, you'll be happy with the veterinary care that we provide. Since 1996, Crosspointe Animal Hospital has provided surgical, dental, wellness, and preventive care for dogs and cats in Fairfax Station, Clifton, and Lorton, VA. Call our clinic today at 703-690-6600 to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians.
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Crosspointe Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Crosspointe Animal Hospital veterinarians have years of experience treating serious conditions and offering regular pet wellness care. Beyond first-rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable, pet-friendly, and calm, so your pet can relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting our Fairfax Station veterinarian.
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For the best veterinary care in the Fairfax Station area, choose Crosspointe Animal Hospital. Since 1996, we've been providing exceptional wellness care, surgery, dental care, diagnostics, boarding, and more for your cats and dogs.
We're open early in the morning and late in the evening, so getting quality care for your pet is more convenient. We strive to create a fear-free, friendly environment where you and your pet can feel relaxed. Call us at 703-690-6600 today!
Just like humans, pets need a range of services to keep them in peak condition. From our years of providing veterinarian treatments to the animals in our care, we have realized that clients needed a one-stop answer to all of their pet care needs. That's why, when you turn to us for your veterinary treatment, you can also enjoy a wide range of other pet-centered services, including pet dentistry and boarding accommodations.
Our surgery center is equipped with the latest diagnostic and testing machinery, which means your pet doesn't have to wait for results to come back in order for our vet to make an accurate assessment of what the problem is. We are able to deal with emergency health problems, as well as routine matters. With particular expertise in pet pain treatment and pet surgery, we provide a full range of interventions.
Preventative medicine has a large role to play in keeping your pet well. In addition to offering all the vaccinations and routine maintenance care your animal’s needs (including de-worming and flea control), we are also able to provide advice and assistance with issues such as weight management, pet dentistry, and grooming care.
In addition to our clinical services, we also offer premium boarding for your pet. When you're away, making sure your pet is in safe, hygienic surroundings, looked after by a team that cares about your animal and will treat it like their own, is always a priority. Whatever you need, when it comes to your pet, we're here for you! To find out more about what we offer, schedule an appointment, or for anything else, call us at (703) 690-6600.
All of the staff and veterinary doctors we have
encountered over the 6 years my dog has been cared for by Crosspointe Veterinary Hospital has been excellent and caring....love the follow-up.
Very nice and helpful answering all my new
Crosspointe animal hospital is an excellent
vetenarian organization. - Sound counsel, excellent experienced staff and Veterinarians. Recommended for great support for all our 'fur children'
I'm always impressed by how friendly the staff
is. Additionally, the doctors have been excellent with both our dogs despite their very different issues and personalities.
Our dog had a traumatic experience at our
previous vet, and was terrified of going to the clinic. The Crosspointe team worked diligently to help our dog be comfortable and safe, and he responded
beautifully! We are so grateful!
Dr. Hinn is a Virginia native and received his DVM degree from the University of Georgia. His special interests include surgery, veterinary dentistry, birds, and providing pet care for exotic animals as well as cats and dogs. Another strong interest that he has developed is that of nutrition and vitamin supplementation.
In addition to local and national veterinary associations, he is a member of the Critical Care Society, the American Veterinary Dental Association, and the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians.
Dr. Burbrink received her veterinary degree from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2007. Her special interests include dentistry (a field in which she has taken extensive continuing education courses), soft tissue surgery, and internal medicine.
Dr. Burbrink is married to her high school sweetheart and has two boys. She enjoys cheering for all the local sports teams, especially the Washington Nationals, and loves anything related to Star Wars.
Dr. Gigrich is British and qualified as a veterinarian from Cambridge University Veterinary School in England. She spent a few years working in a mixed practice in Nottingham, England (Robin Hood's hometown!) before marrying an American, Jim, and moving to the U.S. Having passed American veterinary exams, she worked in small animal hospitals in Georgia, New York State, and Kansas before moving to Germany for 4 years.
After a break for children, she started working at Crosspointe part-time in 2008 and is happy to be back in her chosen profession. She stays constantly busy with work, looking after her 4 energetic boys, and walking her big yellow Lab, Hunter.
Dr. Girard grew up in the beautiful South Burlington, Vermont. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree studying Animal Science and Sociology at the University of Vermont and went on to attend veterinary school at Kansas State University. Dr. Girard has a particular interest in geriatric medicine and end-of-life care for pets. Outside of the clinic, she also has a keen interest in international veterinary work and has traveled to Nicaragua and Namibia to aid in veterinary efforts overseas.
In her spare time, Dr. Girard enjoys drawing, spending time on the water, skiing, and spending time with family, friends, and her pups Hooch (a Pitbull-Boxer mix) and Lucky (a Chihuahua).