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Why Choose Us? Bottletree Animal Hospital

At Bottletree Animal Hospital, we are proud to offer some of the most exceptional care available in the veterinary industry. We are so proud to have achieved accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) within our very first year in business, a feat that very few animal hospitals are able to achieve.

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What Our AAHA Accreditation Means for You

Many pet owners don’t understand what it means to be an AAHA accredited animal hospital, and we want to explain it to you.

The American Animal Hospital Association sets the standards of veterinary care for the industry, ensuring that those exceptionally high standards are being met. An animal hospital voluntarily submits to be inspected by AAHA in order to earn accreditation. We have had our animal hospital inspected in more than 900 different areas and are required to earn a passing grade in all of them in order to receive the AAHA stamp of approval. This means that you can rest assured that we are maintaining the highest possible standards in areas such as hospital cleanliness, ongoing education for our team members, safety protocols for surgeries, and so much more!

At Bottletree Animal Hospital in Oxford, we work every day to ensure that we are making improvements to better your experience. We are proud to continually maintain the exceptional high standards set by AAHA in order to keep our accreditation. After all, the most important part of this is your confidence in our excellent care! Call us today at (662) 234-4336.

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Care for Our Patients

Another aspect of our animal hospital in Oxford that we feel sets us apart is that we are committed to to providing low-stress treatment for our patients, especially cats who often feel that anxiety. Our team members take specific steps to reduce patient stress and make their visits with us more pleasant. We offer a variety of options for helping you get your feline friend to our animal hospital, and we take a number of precautions on arrival as well. Please visit our Feline Care page to learn more about the special steps we take to ensure your cat feels comfortable and welcome.