Cross Timbers Animal Medical Center
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2601 Cross Timbers Road, 2601 Cross Timbers Road
Flower Mound, TX 75028
- Mon-Fri: 7:00AM-7:00PM
- Sat: 8:00AM- 1:00PM
- Sun: Closed
- After Hours Emergency? Call 469-464-2964
We regard dogs, cats and all pets as true family members; we believe they should receive the very best in health care, both preventive and curative. Our duty, and our pleasure, is to provide top quality patient care, through thoughtful client education and health maintenance, to ensure our patients live as long and healthy a life as is humanely possible.
We are passionately dedicated to achieving excellence in this goal for each and every animal companion entrusted to our care. We make these promises as if your pet were our own because we understand the special bond that you share. In addition to treating each special patient with the highest level of medical standards and compassion, Cross Timbers Animal Medical Center has an in-house pharmacy, extensive on-site laboratory, radiology, and surgical facilities, allowing our clients to make one stop for their pet's medical care.
Appointments are preferred during normal business hours, but our doors are always open to walk-in appointments that are seen on a first come, first served basis. We're always available for emergency and critical patients during our normal operating hours.
We look forward to meeting you and your beloved animal companion, and enjoying many happy, healthy years with you in our family! ~ Your Friendly Cross Timbers Animal Medical Center Pet Care Team
We will provide professional, compassionate and personalized veterinary care with the best interest of your pet as our primary focus. To attain this goal, we will use all possible resources to diagnose and treat; we will educate you about caring for your healthy pet and will work with you to make decisions about treating your ill pet; we will employ the benefit of our team approach for additional analysis and advice. We will venture to earn your loyalty, trust, respect and friendship, and hope to build a long-term partnership by maintaining the highest standards of veterinary care through all stages of your animal companion’s life.
We make these promises as if your pet were our own because we understand the special bond that you share.
Cross Timbers Animal Medical Center Services
- Behavioral Medicine
- Dental Care
- Early Spay and Neuter
- Emergency and Critical Care
- Hospice and Euthanasia Services
- Nutritional Counseling
- Pain Management
- Parasite Prevention and Control
- Puppy and Kitten Care
- Radiology (X-Rays)
- Senior Care
- Wellness Exams
Cross Timbers Animal Medical Center Staff Profiles
John R. Harvey , DVM
Dr. Harvey was born in Metairie, Louisiana. He received his degree from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Dr. Harvey began his veterinary career in the U.S. Army, serving as Chief Veterinarian at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. He then joined a small animal hospital in 2001, serving as Associate Veterinarian, in Lake Mary, Florida.
Dr. Harvey and his wife, Christine, excitedly discovered beautiful Flower Mound after a long search. They purchased Cross Timbers Animal Medical Center (formerly Aladdin Animal Hospital) to realize Dr. Harvey's dream of practice ownership. Each and every day, the primary goal of Dr. Harvey and his staff at CT-AMC is to provide the most personalized and highest quality health care to each pet in our animal hospital family!
In addition to the practice, Flower Mound is exactly the community that the Harveys were seeking to put down strong family roots for years to come. Dr. Harvey and Christine have three children. There have been many pet family members through the years; including, beloved Rogue and Smokey, the couple’s college cats; sweet Casey Dog, a black and tan coonhound adopted from Redstone in Alabama; and many rescue animals that completed the family.
Currently, the family is blessed with lots of unconditional love from O'hana, a sweet and beautiful mixed breed dog from Coppell Humane Society, and Daphne, an amazing Pyrenees dog and true companion to O'hana and the Harvey family, from SPIN (Saving Pyrs in Need).
When not taking care of our furry friends at Cross Timbers AMC, Dr. Harvey enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, hiking, reading and college football (Go Gators!). Dr. Harvey is also active in the community in the following ways:
- On Board of Directors, Flower Mound Animal Control
- On Board of Directors, Flower Mound Emergency Pet Hospital
- Member, American Veterinary Medical Association
- Member, Texas Veterinary Medical Association
- Den Leader for his son's Cub Scout Pack
- Committee Chairman for the Cub Scout Pack
- Active Member of the WATCH D.O.G.S Program at Heritage Elementary and McAuliffe Elementary where his children attend school
University of Florida
JanJan started with CTAMC in February of 2017. She has 3 wonderful, grown children. Jan enjoys outdoor activities such as sailing, hiking, and camping. She also enjoys spending time with 2 beautiful, chocolate labs. Jan was born and raised in Canada. She spent much of her youth riding horses and competing in Hunter Jumper events. Show More
O'hana and "Big Dog" Daphne
CT-AMC team Members
O'hana and Big Dog are the Cross Timbers AMC adopted family dogs. They live with the Harvey family, happy to have found a forever home where they chase squirrels and geckos to their heart's content. In addition to bringing joy to the Harveys, they love occasionally visiting their Cross Timbers family for Doggie Camp where they're showered with lots of TLC.
O'hana's specialty is chasing full speed after tennis balls and bathing loved ones in kisses. She joined the Cross Timbers AMC family in July, 2008.
Daphne's specialty is being O'hana's Best Friend and giving lots of love to the Harveys. She's especially watchful over the kiddos, which they love! Daphne is affectionately called "Big Dog" for obvious reasons, but this nickname also describes the big love in this sweet girl's heart.
On a personal note, O'hana means "Family" in Hawaiian. Her name was suggested by then five-year-old Christopher, while a big fan of Disney's Lilo & Stitch. When O'hana was adopted, he said, "Her name means family, and family means no one gets left behind."
Cross Timbers Animal Medical Center asks you to responsibly consider adopting or fostering if there is a little extra space under your roof for a lot more love from an animal companion. We think you'll find the rewards are never ending. It's one way you can help make the world a better place, by making the life of an animal a happier one. Show More
Chasing at Full Speed & Giving Love