AAHA-Accredited Means Better Care for Your Pet

Unlike human hospitals, animal hospitals are not required to be accredited. This means that the quality of care can vary significantly from practice to practice. The Village Vets of Stone Mountain want to take this uncertainty out of the equation. We are dedicated to the very best that veterinary medicine has to offer, so we voluntarily sought accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association. In fact, all The Village Vets locations are AAHA-accredited! So, no matter which one you visit, you can expect the same high-quality care.

The Path to Accreditation

Becoming AAHA-accredited is no easy task. It requires meeting some 900 standards of excellence laid out by AAHA not just once, but continually. An AAHA representative visits our practice every three years to ensure that we maintain these standards and that they are integrated into our practice. These standards cover every aspect of the practice including:

  • Cleanliness and hygiene
  • Surgical procedures and equipment
  • Anesthesia protocol
  • Diagnostics
  • Dental care
  • Vaccinations
  • Pain management
  • Emergency services
  • Client services
  • And so much more
AAHA Accreditated Animal Hospital in Stone Mountain: Boy Petting Puppy

Your Pet Deserves AAHA-Quality Veterinary Medicine

Your pet means the world to you, and they deserve the best care. An AAHA-accredited hospital can provide that higher level of care. You can learn more about what to expect from us on AAHA’s website, or give us a call at (770) 717-1650 and we’ll be happy to answer your questions. Or better yet, schedule an appointment to experience it for yourself.

The Village Vets – Stone Mountain

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