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Welcome to Countryside Veterinary Service, P.C.

Serving Lenawee, Hillsdale, Branch and Jackson Counties, Northwest Ohio and Northeast Indiana

Call us at 517-547-3096 or 517-547-6701

If you’re looking for a veterinary clinic that provides comprehensive veterinary services for household pets and farm animals, come visit us at Countryside Veterinary Service, P.C. of Cement City, MI. Since 1970, we’ve been the choice for so many pet owners and farmers in Michigan and parts of Ohio and Indiana. Your pet's health and well being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.

Countryside Veterinary Service, P.C. is a full service veterinary hospital.

Here to serve you in our small animal hospital are Dr. Maria Lane and Dr. Leslie Wintz.

In our farm animal department, Dr. Greg Crosley, Dr. Judd Videto, Dr. Jon Skinner, Dr. Matt Davis, Dr. Christine Kostesich, Dr. Kayla Sweeney and Dr. Denise Heath are here to provide service on your farm.

We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. 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 pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.

At Countryside Veterinary Service, P.C., we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Cement City Veterinarian | Countryside Veterinary Service, P.C. | 517-547-3096

14247 E Chicago Rd. (US-12)
Cement City, MI 49233

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Greg Crosley
    DVM
    Owner and large animal veterinarian

    Dr. Crosley is one of the founding partners of Countryside Veterinary Service. He joined the practice in 1981 and became a partner in 1982. Dr. Crosley has developed skills in ultrasonography (since 1997), surgery, sick and lame cow diagnosis and treatment. He has studied Spanish since 2000 and has been teaching Hispanic herdsman classes since 2005. He also augmented his skills by taking all three University of Minnesota classes in DC305 as well as gaining proficiency in Excel spreadsheets. Dr. Crosley also has experience in equine reproduction, dentistry, colic and interest in lameness and nutrition in horses.

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  • Judd Videto
    DVM
    Owner and large animal veterinarian

    Dr. Videto joined Countryside Veterinary Service in 2001 and became a partner in 2002. He has a keen interest in calf and heifer raising and is an expert in overseas export of bovine animals. Dr. Videto also has an interest in goats and sheep and has gained considerable experience learning to manage, diagnose and treat these species.

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  • Jon Skinner
    D.V.M
    Owner and large animal veterinarian

    Dr. Skinner joined Countryside Veterinary Service in 2005 after 9 years of practice in the Chino Valley of California. He became a partner in 2009. Dr. Skinner has developed a great interest in Dairy management and participates regularly in Dairy management meetings.

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  • Matthew Davis
    DVM
    Owner and large animal veterinarian

    Dr. Davis joined Countryside Veterinary Service in 2014. Following veterinary school, Dr. Davis completed a one year surgical and medical internship at Littleton Equine Medical Center in Littleton, CO. In 2012, he completed his certification in veterinary spinal manipulation (equine chiropractic) at the Healing Oasis Wellness Center. Dr. Davis has a special interest in equine wound management and lameness problems affecting the performance horse, with particular attention to lameness located in the foot. Dr. Davis has practiced on a variety of performance horses including standardbreds, hunter jumpers, dressage horses and barrel racers. He particularly enjoys mentoring veterinary students from MSU through the MSU practice based ambulatory progra

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  • Denise Heath
    DVM
    Associate large animal veterinarian

    Dr. Heath joined Countryside Veterinary Service in 2007. She has experience and interest in ultrasonography, surgery and diagnosis and treatment of dairy animals as well as experience in equine practice

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  • Christine Kostesich
    DVM
    Associate large animal veterinarian

    Dr. Kostesich joined Countryside Veterinary Service in 2015. Dr. Kostesich works with bovine, equine, swine and other farm animals. Her areas of interest are ophthalmology, herd management and equine reproduction.

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  • Kayla Sweeney
    DVM

    Dr. Sweeney joined Countryside Veterinary Service in 2015. Dr. Sweeney works with bovine, equine, swine and other farm animals.

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  • Maria Lane
    DVM
    Associate small animal veterinarian

    Dr. Lane joined Countryside in 2015. After graduating from veterinary school Dr. Lane worked in a small animal general medicine practice and also a 24- hour emergency clinic where her focus was on emergency and critical care medicine and surgery. Dr. Lane's interests include small animal general medicine, surgery, emergency medicine and exotic animal medicine.

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  • Leslie Wintz
    DVM
    Associate small animal veterinarian

    Dr. Wintz joined Countryside in 2015. Dr. Wintz spent 2 years at a busy multi-doctor veterinary hospital where she developed a special interest in internal medicine. Dr. Wintz enjoys helping owners treat pets with chronic issues like heart, kidney or liver disease, arthritis, or diabetes.

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  • Sherry
    Office Manager

    Team member since 1987

  • Nicole
    Large animal receptionist

    Team member since 2017

  • Stefani

    Team member since 2004

  • Kim
    Large animal receptionist

    Team member since 2017

  • Barb
    Large animal receptionist

    Team member since 2011

  • Jessica
    Equine veterinary assistant

    Team member since 2015

  • Janet
    Small animal receptionist

    Team member since 2000

  • Rachel
    Small animal receptionist

    Team member since 2015

  • Angie
    Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Team member since 2017

  • Autumn
    Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Team member since 2015

  • Kellye
    Small animal veterinary assistant

    Team member since 2013

  • Jaimee
    Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Team member since 2017

  • Kristin
    Small animal receptionist

    Team member since 2013

  • Jena
    Small animal veterinary assistant

    Team member since 2016

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Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-8:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-8:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-8:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-8:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-8:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

  • "Wonderful experience. Everyone was very friendly, staff was very knowledgeable and clearly love what they do! They treated my Gus as if he was their own. Thank you!"
    Abi E. / Cement City, MI

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