Our Practice is AAHA-accredited
Being an AAHA-accredited veterinary practice means that we hold ourselves to the highest standards of veterinary excellence when it comes to treating our patients. We believe that all pets deserve the best care possible, because keeping them healthy is our top priority. Our accreditation not only guarantees quality service, but a sanitary, top-of-the-line facility that includes all the amenities and advanced equipment we can offer for a one-of-a-kind experience.
Animal hospitals are not required to become accredited. Choosing to become accredited means we’re committed to offering consistently exceptional care every day, in every situation.
What is AAHA?
The American Animal Hospital Association, or AAHA, was founded in 1933, and is currently the only companion animal exclusive veterinary association. AAHA-accredited animal hospitals are considered the best in the veterinary industry, and are consistently at the forefront of the most advanced veterinary medicine and technology. Accredited hospitals are regularly evaluated by AAHA experts on roughly 900 stringent standards of quality that exceed basic state regulations, from patient care, to staff training, to pain management.
How AAHA Accreditation Benefits Your Pet
Approximately 12-15% of all veterinary practices in the United States and Canada are AAHA-accredited. We are extremely proud to be a part of that small percentage, and hope to continue exceeding the highest standards in companion animal care.
Pets and their owners benefit the most from our AAHA accreditation, because they receive only the best in wellness care, diagnostics, pain management, and more. Our knowledgeable veterinarians and staff members are always learning about the latest developments in veterinary research, so we can grow our expertise and continue to improve our procedures.
We strive to make a difference in our community by embracing change, pursuing innovative solutions, and communicating openly and honestly with our clients. To learn more about AAHA and AAHA accreditation, visit www.aaha.org/, or feel free to call us to find out what we do to be accredited. We’d love to hear from you!