Choosing a Veterinarian

Choosing a Veterinarian

We consider you and your pet family. Our mission is to treat you and your pet with compassion and a deep commitment to providing the best care and value possible. 

Choosing A Veterinarian

What Makes A Veterinary Practice AAHA Accredited?

Additional Information:

  • After you, a veterinarian will be the most important person in your pet’s life.
  • Choose your pet's doctor as you would choose your family doctor.
  • Someone you can talk to and trust?
  • Someone who will listen?
  • Friend's recommendation?
  • Tour the facility.
  • Meet doctors and staff.
  • Waiting area with separate areas for dogs and cats?
  • Visit the website to learn more.
  • Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association? Only 12% of veterinary hospital in North America are AAHA certified.
  • Doctors board-certified in the ABVP category of Canine and Feline Practice?
  • Certified technicians to care for your pet?
  • Staff friendly and answer your questions?
  • Emergency care provided? 
  • Payment plans available? 
  • Pet health insurance offered? 
  • Multiple doctors discuss medical cases, provide "on-site" second opinions?
  • Certified veterinary technicians monitor anesthetics?
  • Dental cleanings done by a certified technician? 
  • Trained assistants monitor anesthesia 100% of the time? 
  • Board-certified radiologist available to review radiographs immediately?
  • On-site lab testing available? Immediate lab results may be very important.
  • On-site ultrasound services?
  • Pain management guidelines? 

Why Choose CPAH?

We provide a standard of animal health care founded on compassion, care and a deep commitment to your pets, at a reasonable value.

CPAH is the best choice for pets and owners:

  • Voted #1 veterinary hospital in Best of Lawrence competition for 7 years!
  • Obtained the highest level of accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association.
  • Received the "Practice of Excellence" award, given to only 12 hospitals in North America each year.
  • Blood work and diagnostic tests such as ultrasound can be done on-site—time is important if your pet is sick.

Experience the difference with a team that considers you and your pet family! 

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