We Meet Standards of Excellence

At All Pets Veterinary Hospital, we love all pets, and we want to give them the best possible care in any way we can. That’s why we chose to seek accreditation with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), which we earned in 2012. Less than 20% of veterinary practices in the country are AAHA accredited, and we are proud to be one of them.

What Is AAHA?

AAHAAAHA Accredited Animal Hospital in Nashua is a prominent, non-profit organization that sets the highest possible standards in veterinary medicine for practices in the United States and Canada. For a veterinary hospital to become AAHA accredited, it must meet more than 800 stringent standards regarding all aspects of veterinary medicine, including:

  • Pain management
  • Surgery
  • Laboratory services
  • Exam facilities
  • Medical record keeping
  • Facility cleanliness
  • Diagnostics
  • Anesthesia protocols

An accredited practice must then be evaluated by AAHA representatives every three years to maintain its accreditation. Meeting these standards ensures the best possible care for your furry friend, which is what we strive to provide for all of our patients in our AAHA veterinary hospital in Nashua.

Why Choose an AAHA Veterinary Hospital in Nashua?

An AAHA-accredited veterinary hospital ensures the very best healthcare for all of your pet’s needs. Because All Pets is accredited, you can be assured that your pet is being cared for in the safest manner, using the most up-to-date tools and technology. It also means that we excel in our service for our clients as well. We know that all pet parents want the best for their pets, and our mission is to deliver the best.

Accreditation is 100% voluntary; it’s not required for any veterinary practice to function. However, those who CHOOSE to seek accreditation demonstrate their commitment to high-quality veterinary care as well as their desire to meet high standards.

If you’d like to learn more about AAHA and how visiting our AAHA-accredited veterinary hospital in Nashua benefits you and your pet, watch the following video from AAHA Executive Director Dr. Michael Cavanaugh, or give us a call!