At All Community Animal Hospital, we take providing high-quality care to your pet seriously.

So seriously, in fact, that we have earned the prestigious AAHA accreditation. AAHA accredited animal hospitals have proven their dedication to providing gold standard care and exceptional customer service. We are proud to be an AAHA accredited vet in Porter and would like to tell you a bit more about what this designation means.

At All Community Animal Hospital, we take providing high-quality care to your pet seriously.

So seriously, in fact, that we have earned the prestigious AAHA accreditation. AAHA accredited animal hospitals have proven their dedication to providing gold standard care and exceptional customer service. We are proud to be an AAHA accredited vet in Porter and would like to tell you a bit more about what this designation means.

What is AAHA Accreditation?

The AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) was founded in 1933 for the sole purpose of creating a reputable accreditation program for American animal hospitals.

To date, it remains the only such organization serving the United States and Canada.

For hospitals that serve humans, being accredited is mandatory. Completing the accreditation process is voluntary for animal hospitals, though. As a result, only about 12% of veterinary practices are AAHA accredited.

To earn accreditation, animal hospitals are evaluated on more than 900 standards of veterinary excellence encompassing everything from patient care, diagnostics, and surgery to client service, cleanliness, and leadership. Once accredited, facilities must be re-evaluated every three years. Being AAHA accredited means that a veterinary hospital follows procedures and protocols that are well above the minimum of what is generally considered acceptable in the veterinary field.
dog lying down being prepared for surgery by veterinarians at all community animal hospital

What is AAHA Accreditation?

The AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) was founded in 1933 for the sole purpose of creating a reputable accreditation program for American animal hospitals.

To date, it remains the only such organization serving the United States and Canada.

For hospitals that serve humans, being accredited is mandatory. Completing the accreditation process is voluntary for animal hospitals, though. As a result, only about 12% of veterinary practices are AAHA accredited.

To earn accreditation, animal hospitals are evaluated on more than 900 standards of veterinary excellence encompassing everything from patient care, diagnostics, and surgery to client service, cleanliness, and leadership. Once accredited, facilities must be re-evaluated every three years. Being AAHA accredited means that a veterinary hospital follows procedures and protocols that are well above the minimum of what is generally considered acceptable in the veterinary field.
dog lying down being prepared for surgery by veterinarians at all community animal hospital

AAHA Accredited Vet

in Porter

If you are looking for an AAHA accredited vet in Porter, choose All Community Animal Hospital. We are incredibly proud to have earned this recognition and work hard to maintain it. When you bring your pet to us, you can rest assured knowing that they are in excellent hands and will receive gold standard care. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, please contact us today.

AAHA Accredited Vet

in Porter

If you are looking for an AAHA accredited vet in Porter, choose All Community Animal Hospital. We are incredibly proud to have earned this recognition and work hard to maintain it. When you bring your pet to us, you can rest assured knowing that they are in excellent hands and will receive gold standard care. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, please contact us today.