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The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) was formed in 1933 by leaders in the veterinary industry. The organization was created to set industry standards and encourage veterinary practices to offer the highest quality of care to their patients. In order for a practice to become certified they must first pass a 900-point inspection that covers everything from equipment and technology to safety protocols and hospital procedures.
Less than 15% of all companion animal hospitals in the United States are AAHA accredited, and Laketown Animal Hospital is one of them! Our practice was designed with AAHA standards in mind and we follow a strict set of guidelines to ensure each patient receives the highest quality care. Come see the difference and schedule your appointment today!