Crossroads Pet Hospital

Crossroads Pet Hospital opened its doors in 1989, when there was still pastureland along Frankford Road and Carrollton was at the northern edge of the metroplex.  Since then, we have had three owners and two principal veterinarians. Dr. David King from 1989 until 2003 and Dr. Russ Mitchell from 2003 to 2016 when he sold to Innovetive Pet Care. 

We offer preventative care for dogs and cats as well as general and orthopedic surgery, dental care, radiology, ultrasound, and oncology. We work hard to offer the most modern and thorough treatments possible while also endeavoring to keep prices as low as possible and to be honest and ethical in our recommendations. We are proud to see a lot of our own relatives' pets as patients and promise to treat your pets with the same quality of care we provide to them.


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  • 2404 E. Trinity Mills Road
  • Suite 100A
  • Carrollton,TX 75006
  • Phone: (972) 416-4060
  • Fax: (972) 416-9047
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  • Mon-Fri: 7:00am - 7:00pm
  • Sat: 8:00am - 2:00pm
  • Sun: Closed
  • After Hrs ER call: North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic (972) 323-1310
  • Russ Mitchell, DVM

    Veterinarian
    Dr. Mitchell received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Harding University in 1996 and his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Missouri in 2000. He began working at Crossroads as an associate in May of 2000 and became the owner in 2003. He lives in McKinney with his wife Allyson, his daughters Audrey and Avary, as well as two cats, two dogs, one chinchilla, several chickens, and some goldfish.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2000
    Education:
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  • Michelle Morris

    Office Manager
    Michelle was born and raised in Southern California before moving to Texas in 2014.  Before joining Crossroads she worked a total of eight years at Disneyland, a year and a half of that was spent driving a submarine.  She spends her free time with her husband, two cats, Brutus and Frankie, and her Goldendoodle Benedict.
  • Nadia Kuntumsafira

    Receptionist
    Nadia was born in Indonesia and moved to the U.S when she was 6. She's lived in California, Oregon, Florida, New Mexico and now Dallas. Before joining Crossroads she worked in sales, administrative assistance, and customer service. She loves to travel, eat out with her family and friends and spend quality time with her husband and her 2 dogs Benn and Ginger.
  • Erika Almendarez

    Receptionist
    Erika was born in Mexico and raised in Dallas, TX. She joined our Crossroads team in June 2016, but has been in the vet field since 2014. Erika is currently in school to become a veterinary technician. In her free time she enjoys reading, spending time with her family, and going on walks with her two beagles Shiloh and Daisy. She also has a Florida White rabbit named Peeta.
  • Meagan Faulkner

    Receptionist
    Meagan was born and raised in Dallas, TX. She is currently going to Brookhaven college for her Assocates in Applied Sciences. In her free time she likes to make dream catchers and hike. She has 5 dogs, two fish, a frog, two lizards, and a sulcata tortoise.
  • Rachel Smith

    Receptionist
    Rachel was born in Dallas but raised in Mckinney. She attended the University of North Texas. She and her husband Joey enjoy taking their dog, Mollie to the park and play fetch. In her free time, Rachel enjoys reading, going to the movies, and playing video games.
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    Jess Payton

    Groomer
    Jess was born in South Holland, Illinois and moved to Dallas, Texas at the age of 14. She has been passionately grooming for the past 9 years. She has an amazing family of pets which includes, 7 dogs, 3 cats, and 2 tree frogs named Paramour and Paradox. In her leisure time she plays acoustic and electric guitar and has been doing so for 13 years.
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    Carolyn Hahn

    Veterinary Assistant
    Carolyn was born and raised in Carrollton, TX. She completed her Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Baylor University and her Master's Degree in Biomedical Sciences from Texas A+M University. She has a black lab mix named Jubilee, two cats named Salem and Pinocchio, and two betta fish named Penelope and Calypso.
  • Fred Schneider

    Veterinary Assistant
    Fred moved to the Metroplex area when he was 3 years old. He has been a veterinary technician since 2002, and joined the Crossroads team in June 2016. He lives in Carrollton with his wife, two teenage sons, and 2 cats named Batman and Joker.
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    Melissa Figueroa

    Veterinary Assistant
    Melissa is from Pennsylvania and just recently moved to Texas. She is going to Cedar Valley and is in the vet technology program. She has her bachelor's in Biology from Alvernia University. She has worked as a vet tech intern for three years, and has a year of vet tech experience. In her free time, Melissa likes to paint and spend time with her boyfriend and cat, Peanut. 
  • Marthe Black

    Veterinary Assistant
    Marthe is our longest tenured team member, having joined Crossroads in 1993. She helps out all over the clinic as a technician assistant, bather, grooming assistant, and kennel attendant.  She has 2 dogs and 3 cats of her own and also fosters dogs needing medical attention for Golden Retriever Rescue. In addition, she has won numerous awards in the show ring with her llamas. Marthe is a doting grandmother and skilled textile worker. 
  • Josh McGowan

    Veterinary Assistant
    Josh is a Louisiana native but has lived much of his life in Carrollton. He has been at Crossroads for three years and is also completing his degree to become a radiology technician. He has an amazing dog and cat named Bonnie and MaryJuno. 
  • Viola Dominguez

    Veterinary Assistant
    Viola joined our team in July of 2016. She has been in the veterinary field for over 40 years. Viola was born in Mexico and moved to Chicago in the 80's. Before moving to the United States, her and her husband managed a veterinary clinic for 28 years. She later moved to Dallas, TX to raise her family. Viola was a kennel/tech assitant at Carrollton Animal Hospital for 20 years. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, and spending time with her family. She has two Schnauzers named Coby and Charlie and an African Grey parrot named Shasha.