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Crossways Veterinary Group

We’re a small animal practice that has been caring for dogs, cats and other domestic pets for over 35 years. We are based in West Sussex and have three surgeries in Storrington, Findon and Steyning. Veterinary care is provided by a dedicated team of 6 vets, supported by nurses, animal care assistants, receptionists and office staff.

From routine health checks to complex orthopaedic procedures, health care advice to export certification, Crossways Vets have the facilities, experience and expertise to provide for all of your pet’s needs.

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In an emergency, please call any branch at ANY time, day or night:

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We provide all of the day-to-day veterinary needs that your pet may have

This includes first opinion diagnostics, vaccinations, neutering, routine surgery, pet passports & more.

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Always Here For Your Pet

Out-of-hours emergency cover is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In most cases, you will be seen in a familiar practice by familiar staff who will have full access to your pets’ medical records as well as all our excellent facilities. When our vets are not available, you may need to take your pet to the alternative dedicated night and emergency critical care clinic operated by our associated provider.

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Veterinary care is provided by a dedicated team of 6 vets, supported by nurses, animal care assistants, receptionists and office staff. Get in touch today to book a consultation, get to know us or simply to ask for some advice!

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Day 14 of our Christmas Hazards Advent Calendar!

A bowl of macadamia nuts left out to snack on for the humans is a danger to your dog if ingested. Be cautious of feeding other nuts to your dogs as they could cause chocking and the high fat content can lead to vomiting and diarrhoea. 🥜🌰
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This little cutie has gone missing from her home in Washington. Please contact the practice with any sightings and please keep an eye out for her if you live in the area. ... See MoreSee Less

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Day 13 of our Christmas Advent Calendar: Keep your outdoor pets such as Rabbits and Guinea pigs warm and safe. Be careful not to overfeed them with too many different vegetables as this may lead to tummy upsets ⛄🥦🥬🥗🥕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Day 12 of our Christmas hazards Advent Calendar!

Lillies, poinsettia and other festive plants around the house such as mistletoe and ivy are poisonous to our pets. 💐🌺
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Male dog with blue collar found in the Meadowside area this evening, uninjured and safe. Please contact us in the morning if you're missing a furry friend ... See MoreSee Less

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