Our Oxford veterinarians treat your pet like family.
Our team has come together from all corners of the world to provide care for your pet. From Melbourne to New Orleans to Iowa, we’re all here to provide the absolute best care for your pet.
Our doctors can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Lachlan McQueen
DVM, DABVP (Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners: Canine and Feline practice)
Dr. Lachlan McQueen was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. He received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from The University of Melbourne in 2014. After graduating he then went on to complete a Small Animal Internship at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon completion of this internship, he moved with his wife to New Orleans where he spent a year and a half working at a small animal practice. Dr. McQueen then made the decision to move back to Mississippi and work at Crossroads Animal Hospital. After four busy years spent working at Crossroads, Dr McQueen earned Diplomate status from the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, becoming the first canine/feline specialist in Oxford and one of only four in the state of Mississippi. Throughout his career, Dr. McQueen has developed a keen interest in gastroenterology and endoscopy (member of the Veterinary Endoscopy Society), ultrasonography, and cardiology.
Dr. Kelsey Hanson
Dr. Kelsey Hanson is originally from New Orleans. She attended Veterinary School at Louisiana State University, from where she graduated in 2015. Dr. Hanson spent her first year as a veterinarian in Oxford at Crossroads before returning home to Louisiana. She was sad to leave Oxford after forming so many rewarding connections with the pets and clients at Crossroads. After spending a year in Louisiana gaining valuable experience in medicine and surgery, she was delighted to return to the hospital at which she first began her veterinary career.
Dr. Harry Fyke
Harry Fyke brings to Crossroads Animal Hospital a diverse world of experience in fields of science and research, as well as close family ties to the community and a devoted following of Oxford pet owners. Dr. Fyke received an associate degree in Applied Science and Marine Technology from Santa Barbara City College and worked as part of the United States Antarctic Research Program, combining diving experience with environmental research. After graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Microbiology from Mississippi State University, Dr. Fyke went on to receive his doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine. While at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine he served as secretary/treasurer of his class for two years and received the Mississippi State Kennel Club Scholarship and American Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary Award. Dr. Fyke worked in a highly successful clinic in Tupelo before returning to his Oxford roots: his grandmother, the late Mrs. J.P. Sisk was a life-long resident of Oxford and many of Dr. Fyke’s family members reside here. Practicing in Oxford since 1997, Dr. Fyke has developed an extensive and devoted clientele.
Dr. Whitney Rayner
An Oxford native, Dr. Rayner and her family have been an integral part of the fabric of the community for over 40 years.Dr. Rayner graduated from Oxford High School and then went on to earn a degree in Economics with a business minor from Vanderbilt University. After deciding to get her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, she attended Montana State University and Ole Miss to obtain all of her pre-requisite work. She attended Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1998. Starting out as a mixed animal practitioner, she went on to practice exclusively Equine medicine, finally ending up in the Small Animal field.Dr. Rayner lives on a farm with her husband Kip Crawford and their 20+ children (dogs, cats, horses, chickens, and goats). She loves all aspects of being a veterinarian but especially enjoys building relationships with her clients and their pets. Her motto is “Do what you love, Love what you do!”
Dr. Brandie Mills
Dr. Brandie Mills grew up in central Massachusetts where she became passionate about animal science at a young age. After her undergraduate schooling, Dr. Mills worked as a technician for three years and took graduate level public health courses at USM before deciding to go to veterinary school. She attended Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2020. She has an interest in annual preventative medicine and internal medicine. Dr. Mills is happy to be serving the Oxford community and cannot wait to see what this adventure holds.
Dr. Summer Graves
Meet Dr. Summer Graves! Originally from Florence, MS, she knew she wanted to be a veterinarian at an early age. She attended MS State for both undergrad and veterinary school (go dawgs!) Since graduating in 2017, Dr. Graves has been practicing in North Mississippi but she is excited to be relocating her family to Oxford! When she’s not working she enjoys spending time outside with her husband and two girls, house projects, and riding horses. She is eager to get to serve the Oxford community and grow relationships with its people and their pets!
Thank you for choosing Crossroads Animal Hospital!
Our team works hard to ensure that your pet received the absolute best care during every single visit to see us.
M, T, Th, Fr: 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Wed: 7:30 am - 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sun: 8:30 am and 5:30 pm (boarding pick up ONLY)
After Hours Emergencies
• After Hours telemedicine and emergency office visits are for clients of Crossroads Animal Hospital only. If you have an after hours emergency, please call us at 662-832-1387. From there, our doctors can either schedule you a $30 urgent telemedicine visit or a $185 emergency office visit depending on the severity of your pet's condition.
• If you are not a client of Crossroads, please go to one of these 24 hour facilities: