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    AAHA exists to accredit organizations with one standard in mind: excellence in every single thing you do. In order to become accredited, a veterinary practice must undergo routine inspections of approximately 900 different metrics of healthcare – from sanitation habits, to staff training, to surgery protocols, and more. Fewer than 15% of veterinary practices earn AAHA accreditation.

    About AAHA
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    AAHA chooses a single veterinary practice every year as its Practice of The Year. The practice is chosen as the practice that best represents the standard that veterinary hospitals should aspire to. It is the highest honor that a veterinary practice can achieve. We are so incredibly proud to have been chosen 2017’s practice of the year!

    The Award
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    When you bring your pet, you walk in knowing that your pet will be receiving care from the hospital that is at the pinnacle of excellence. AAHA hospitals are already known for being the best – you are quite literally getting the best of the best! We take this responsibility seriously, because the love you share with your pet truly means the world to us.

    What it means for you
  • weldon

    I want the best medicine for my patients!!

    Dr. Weldon
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    I took a vow to be a voice for animals and knowing that I work for an AAHA hospital means that voice is backed by the highest quality care that can be provided to our precious pets.

    Stacey
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    I choose AAHA because I believe that only high standard, excellent care should be given to our pets.

    Carra
  • brittany

    I choose AAHA because my fur babies deserve to be treated like family and I know they will be

    Brittany
  • alisa

    My pets are family and deserve to be treated the best.

    Alisa
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    Every pet deserves the best care available.

    Dr. Daub
  • Dr.-Bellinger

    I want to practice the best quality medicine, not only for dogs and cats, but for exotics alike.

    Dr. Bellinger
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    I choose AAHA because… I understand the worry of leaving our four-legged friends at the vet and I want to help ease those worries by helping provide the best care possible for each family. Animals deserve to feel comfortable and loved, especially when they are brought in for not feeling well.

    Dani
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    I choose AHAA because I believe in providing the best care for your pet and having a staff that is passionate about helping animal’s and their owner’s.

    Nicole Molnar
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  • I choose AAHA because of the great standards they uphold.

    It makes for quality care and medicine, which is what I also strive
    for.

    Madison Myers
  • My pets are my best friends, my fur babies, and my family. I think that all pets deserve the best care possible, and AAHA gives us the guidelines to help reach that goal.

    Michelle Mina
  • I chose AHAA because our pets deserve only the best treatment and care, they are family.

    Cloe Parsons
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    Noel Ochoa
  • I choose AAHA because I want to be part of the best and always strive to do my part to give the best care and love to everyone’s pets that come in!

    Andy
  • I choose AAHA because I believe every animal should be treated like they are your animal.

    Sarah Onstott
  • I choose to work AAHA so I can help give our furry friends the highest quality veterinary care so they can run and play for years to come

    Samantha Mackbach
  • I choose AAHA because every patient is special and deserves only the best quality of care.

    Dr. Osterholz
  • I choose AAHA because I want to work at a hospital with the highest standard of care so that I can work to be the absolute best Veterinary Technician I can be and help as many animals as possible with that high standard.

    Emilie Bickel