Care Animal Hospital is AAHA-Accredited

When we opened our doors in 1997, our goal was to exceed expectations and help people take an active and informed role in their pets' care. From the very beginning, Care Animal Hospital was built to be an AAHA-accredited hospital, and we have remained so ever since.

What does AAHA Accreditation Mean?

Only about 15% of all animal hospitals in North America can claim to be accredited with the American Animal Hospital Association. Our veterinarians and staff work to meet or exceed over 900 standards to ensure the highest-quality care and service possible.

From our vaccines to how we maintain our state-of-the-art equipment, we leave no stone unturned when it comes to improving our practice.

AAHA Accredited Animal Hospital in Muncie: Cutout of Cat

Is Accreditation Permanent?

Accredited hospitals need to be inspected every few years to stay accredited. The American Animal Hospital Association is always re-evaluating and updating its standards to stay on top of the latest changes in veterinary medicine. So no matter when or how many times you visit us, you can always expect the very best treatment from our team.

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