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End-of-Life Care Accreditation

Now available for AAHA-accredited practices

Today’s pet owners increasingly view their pets as part of the family. And, 40% of surveyed owners said they would likely not return to a veterinarian if they had an unsatisfactory euthanasia experience with them.

That’s why AAHA developed a new accreditation model called End-of-Life Care accreditation. Currently available to practices that are already AAHA-accredited, this new model was designed to help veterinary practices ensure proper medical care and appropriate supportive and emotional care while also helping to enhance and strengthen the human-animal bond.

If you are interested in pursuing End-of-Life Care accreditation or would like to see the related standards, please reach out to us at [email protected].


End-of-Life Care Guidelines

The 2016 AAHA/IAAHPC End-of-Life Care Guidelines can help your team navigate this difficult life stage.

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