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It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. Our services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventative care in young, healthy pets, early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.

We understand the special role your pet plays in your family and are dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet's health care. We treat your pet as we would our own. Our goal is to practice the highest quality medicine and surgery with compassion and with an emphasis on client education. Our entire healthcare team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each individual pet and pet owner.

We have a number of resources to help you take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is achieved by practicing preventative medicine through regular examinations, testing, and vaccinations as well as providing a high quality diet.

If you want to ask a question call 912-927-4343 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for Savannah pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.

At Crossroad Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Savannah | Crossroad Animal Hospital | 912-927-4343

1201 E. Montgomery Crossroad
Savannah, GA 31406

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  • Ernest Compton

    Dr. Compton grew up in the suburbs north of Atlanta, and moved to Savannah in 1988 after graduating from the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine. He and his wife Shelly live on Dutch Island with their current group of four cats. In his spare time he enjoys training and competing in triathlons, snow skiing and scuba diving. He is also an active member of the Alee Shrine Dune Cat unit.

  • Rachel Jackson

    Rachel joined our team in October of 2017 as a receptionist and then moved over to veterinary technician in the beginning of 2018.  She comes to us from the great state of Texas.  She has a BA in Agriculture Science with a concentration in Pre-Vet medicine.  She has 2 years of experience in the veterinary field.  Rachel got her love and compassion for animals from her mother, who always had about 5 rescue animals at any given time.  She shares her home with 2 dogs, 3 cats, her 3 boys and her husband of 12 years.  

  • Melanie Bevere

    Dr. Bevere comes to us from Louisiana.She attended Southeastern Louisiana University and obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology in 1996.

    She then went on to receive a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Louisiana State University in 2001 and has practiced in Savannah since graduating. She currently serves as President of the Greater Savannah Area Veterinary Medical Association.

    Dr. Bevere resides in Savannah with her husband, Gunner, and their 3 cats, Toonses, Minou and Walter White, and their 2 dogs, Betty and Truman.

  • Stuart Ann Goldberg,

    Dr. Stuart Ann Goldberg grew up in Birmingham, AL but now happily calls Savannah home! She joined Crossroad Animal Hospital in 2014 after receiving her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia. Prior to veterinary school, she received her B.A. in English and Environmental Studies from Davidson College. She greatly values the relationships she gets to build with her patients and their people. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Goldberg enjoys spending time outdoors and traveling with her 3 kids, husband, and 3 dogs. 

  • Amy Lax

    Amy is a native of Savannah, GA though she lived in Atlanta, GA and Melbourne, FL for a few years before returning back to her hometown and family. She graduated from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelors of Business Administration with a focus in management. Amy is the Office Manager at Crossroad Animal Hospital and brings 15 years’ experience in management and customer service from a variety of industries. She lives with her wife (Christy), three cats and one dog.

  • Lindsay Boaen

    Lindsay moved to Savannah in 2010 after graduating from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism/Photojournalism. She had a change of heart since then and decided to pursue a career following her passion and love for animals. She started at Crossroads in 2015 while attending school to become a Vet Tech. She graduated in 2017 with a degree in Veterinary Technology and obtained her license. Lindsay is an avid UGA fan, lover of the great outdoors, and craft beer enthusiast. Lindsay is married to her husband, Brad, and they have five fur babies (dogs: Luna, Nova and Poca; cats: Lucifer, and Khaleesi).

  • Amy Bolay

    Amy moved to Savannah from Swainsboro, Georgia, where she started working at Crossroad Animal Hospital in October of 2011. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Georgia Southern University in 2008. She then continued her education by receiving an associate's degree in veterinary technology from Ogeechee Technical College in 2011. She has a Chihuahua named Willie Nelson and a cat named Sweetie. Her hobbies include: going to football games, playing with Willie Nelson and Sweetie, and being with friends and family.

  • Jessy Coe

    Jessy has been working in the veterinary field since 2004. She has been working as both receptionist and veterinary assistant at Crossroad since 2010. She has 3 cats and a daughter.

  • Kathy Griner

    Kathy started working at Crossroad in June of 1978 after graduating as a registered veterinary technician. As a hobby, she began training and showing her Border Collies in obedience, agility, tracking and herding. In the early 1990's, she became an obedience judge and has enjoyed traveling around the country judging trials. Recently, she has started painting as a hobby, mostly doing pet portraits and painted glassware. At present, Kathy shares her home with 2 Border Collies, Trace and Dice, and 2 cats, Onyx and Gibbs.

  • Angela Luna

    Angela joined us as a veterinary assistant in June of 2007. She came to us from Mississippi, where she worked in a veterinary hospital for 7 years. Angela has 2 kids (the furry kind) Talmadge and Hazel. Her hobbies include going to the beach, cooking, reading, gardening and pretty much anything outside.

  • Rachel Bolton

    Born and raised in Savannah, GA, I'm a proud Mommy to my little girl Maddie and my five fur babies Beau (Lab), Cisco (Lab), Rhett (Shetland), Creek (cat) & Gus Gus (cat). I worked the front desk at another Veterinary clinic for 5 years before joining the Crossroad team in June 2016. I have loved animals my entire life and have passed my love for them down to my daughter who hopes to be a Veterinarian one day. For fun we love spending time with my better half and his kids at the beach, on the boat, camping, fishing and pretty much anything that consists of outdoors.


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  • "Extremely impressed by the staff and service yesterday when taking Josie my English bulldog and Dook my lab to their annual check up."
    Shelynne Marie
  • "We love Crossroad Animal Hospital. Dr. Compton and his team took great care of our Allie."
    Ryan T Schneider
  • "We are so grateful for the respect and compassion we receive at Crossroad Animal Hospital. We have been going there for 15 years now."
    Vicki Pelletier Stanford

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