Crossroads News


Xylitol Dangers in Some Peanut Butter

Not all peanut butters are created the same! Some specialty brands are adding Xylitol to their products. Xylitol is a natural sugar alcohol sweetener popular for its low glycemic index but known to cause hypoglycemia and liver necrosis in dogs, in fairly small amounts. Read your labels! If the product says its “sugar free” or “no sugar added” it may contain Xylitol or another type of sugar alcohol. Not all sugar alcohols are toxic. When in doubt though, if you want to feed a product to your dog that lists ‘sugar alcohol’ as an ingredient, but doesn’t list which one, don’t use it!
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Canine Influenza Questions, Answers, Guidelines

Here are some frequently asked questions regarding the Canine Influenza outbreak. The strain being talked about in this article is different then the one causing the outbreak (see our Featured Article page), however the same rules apply. Please click the Read More button and then FACTS INFLUENZA for more information.
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Gift Certificates

Looking for a great gift idea for your pet loving friend, who is a client of Crossroads Veterinary Clinic? How about a gift certificate? Good on services and/or products throughout the year. Call the clinic at 269-278-1345 or stop in today!!
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Seresto Flea and Tick Collar

Would you like 8 months of worry free flea and tick protection? Try the Seresto collar. This collar is non toxic, odorless and leaves no residue. Receive a $20 rebate with purchase. Available in sizes for cats and small to large dogs. For more information on the Seresto Collar watch this video.
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