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9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - noon, Saturday
call 903.454.1563 to schedule an appointment

Drop-off service:
begins at 7:30 a.m.


Meet the Doctors

Larry Kimberlin, DVM, FAVD is a licensed Texas veterinarian with more than 30 years in mixed animal practice. His extensive experience includes treatment of pets, horses, and livestock.

Dr. Kimberlin is one of only a small number of Texas veterinarians certified to perform TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) surgery to repair cruciate ligament ruptures in dogs.

  • Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner 

    (Credentialed by International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management. Dr. Kimberlin is one of only 35 people certified by the IVAPM.)

  • Texas Veterinary Medical Association member

  • American Veterinary Medical Association member

  • American Animal Hospital Association member

  • Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry

    (Admission to the Academy is awarded to veterinarians with a special interest in dentistry after completion of a 2-year training program and passing the Academy exam. Since 1987 only 80 veterinarians on four continents have become Fellows of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry.)

  • American Veterinary Dental Society member

  • Texas Academy of Veterinary Practice member

  • International Association of Veterinary Pain Management member

  • TPLO certified surgeon

  • American Association of Equine Practitioners member

  • International Association of Equine Dentistry certified

  • Author/lecturer on equine dentistry to professional and equine groups

  • Graduate Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine



Michael Ouverson, DVM grew up in Oologah, OK, a small town about 30 miles north of Tulsa.

After high school, Dr. Ouverson attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, where he received his bachelor's degree in Physiology. He then went on to receive his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from OSU in 2013.

His interests are preventive health and soft tissue surgery.

He is looking forward to meeting the people of Greenville, and providing care for their pets and livestock.



Meet the Staff


Technician/Client Care Specialist Vernelle has been with Crossroads Vet Clinic since May 2004. She came to the clinic after 3 years previous experience. She lives with her husband and two sons. They share their home with 8 dogs and 3 cats. Her daughter is in the Air Force. “I really enjoy working with the animals.” Vernelle also enjoys boating, fishing, reading, and playing with her kids and pets.

Jan Jan, Crossroad Vet Clinic’s beloved payroll provider, joined the clinic at the beginning of time when Dr. K said, “let there be light.” She and Dr. Kimberlin (yes, she’s Mrs. Dr. K) have 2 children and an assortment of animals.
Toni Toni is our Hospital Manager and jack-of-all-trades. She has been part of the clinic staff since January 1991. “I cannot imagine working anywhere else! The patients and their families have most definitely become part of my family, and I would not have it any other way.” Toni is married and mom to 3 children (and a dog). Hobbies? “None, because I ‘live’ at the clinic and have 3 children!”
Kylie is a nationally licensed veterinary technician who joined the clinic in January 2011. She has a degree in applied animal sciences. She moved to Greenville from Omaha, Nebraska where she worked in a veterinary clinic for 3 years and volunteered at an animal shelter for 10 years. She has also provided a foster home for animal rescue groups. She shares her home with her husband and their 3 dogs, one cat, and two rabbits."I love animals and love spending my days helping them and their owners."
Megan is a veterinary technician who joined our clinic in September of 2013. After receiving her degree in veterinary technology she moved to Commerce, Texas from a small town in Kansas. "I've known I wanted to work with animals since I was a little girl." She has rescued two dogs, a yellow Lab named Hunny and a Boston Terrier named Bixby. She also has a rescued cat named Mally.


Crossroads Veterinary Clinic is a full-service animal hospital equipped to offer routine preventive care and a wide range of medical services.

Getting the view through the  microscope


Our on-site laboratory performs diagnostic lab tests and screenings, including blood and fecal tests.

Checking medications



The pharmacy provides medications, parasite prevention treatments, or special dietary formulas your pet requires.


Diagnostic screenings include:

    • ultrasound
    • otoscopy video
    • endoscopy
    • X-rays
    • dental X-rays

Weight scales, including a walk-on for large dogs

Operating roomThe Crossroads Clinic operating room is furnished with state of the art monitoring and support equipment for surgical procedures including:

    • anesthesia
    • supplemental oxygen
    • cardiac monitor
    • blood pressure monitor
    • IV pump
    • recovery room

Is it meal time yet?


Our kennel has separate temperature-controlled rooms for dogs and cats with roomy enclosures for maximum comfort.


Our large animal treatment center provides on-site treatment of horses and livestock.

      Horse stalls


      • large animal surgery/recovery suite

      • indoor horse stalls


      Horse stock
      • horse stock

      • outdoor pens


    Tour the Clinic


Crossroads Vet Clinic is Hunt County's only American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) certified animal hospital.

AAHA accredited hospitals must meet high veterinary care standards. Our clinic is one of the few accredited mixed animal practices in the country (companion animals, horses, and livestock).

Since meeting the conditions for certification in 1991,our site has been inspected regularly to evaluate our continuing compliance with AAHA requirements for hospital facilities and services.

AAHA certification is your assurance that your pets will receive the best in veterinary care.


Payment options

Your personal check is welcome with adequate identification.

We also accept Visa and Mastercard.

And, of course, your cash is always welcome!

Welcome to the clinic

9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday-Friday
8 a.m. – 12 p.m. 1st Saturday of the month
open for animal drop-off at 7:30 a.m.
24-hour emergency coverage


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Crossroads Veterinary Clinic
Northeast Texas Veterinary Dental Center

8414 Wesley Street
Greenville, TX 75402



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