Accredited Since The Beginning

Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital is one of the original hospitals to obtain accreditation with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). It is also one of only two to have continuously remained accredited since 1933. The original owner of our hospital was also one of the original founders of AAHA.

We are immensely proud of this designation. Fewer than 15% of veterinary practices in the United States have AAHA accreditation because you must consistently demonstrate excellence in everything you do. Being one of only two veterinary practices in the world to keep accreditation since AAHA’s beginning is truly special, as it means you always know your pet is receiving the absolute best care there is. And when it comes to family, we know you could never settle for anything less.

Accredited Since The Beginning

Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital is one of the original hospitals to obtain accreditation with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). It is also one of only two to have continuously remained accredited since 1933. The original owner of our hospital was also one of the original founders of AAHA.

We are immensely proud of this designation. Fewer than 15% of veterinary practices in the United States have AAHA accreditation because you must consistently demonstrate excellence in everything you do. Being one of only two veterinary practices in the world to keep accreditation since AAHA’s beginning is truly special, as it means you always know your pet is receiving the absolute best care there is. And when it comes to family, we know you could never settle for anything less.

The League of Champions

Consumers Advocate recently published an article, “AAHA – The League of Champions” educating readers about AAHA and explaining how it sets animal hospitals apart. Our very own Dr. Bo and several other veterinarians of AAHA-accredited practices weigh in on what makes accreditation important, and what it means for pets and their owners. Read the full article here.

The League of Champions

Consumers Advocate recently published an article, “AAHA – The League of Champions” educating readers about AAHA and explaining how it sets animal hospitals apart. Our very own Dr. Bo and several other veterinarians of AAHA-accredited practices weigh in on what makes accreditation important, and what it means for pets and their owners. Read the full article here.