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Veterinarians and Emergency Pet Care
If you are moving or traveling with your pet, look up an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)-accredited hospital near your destination so that you'll be prepared when your pet needs medical attention. Located all over the United States and Canada, AAHA-accredited hospital members have passed a rigorous set of standards and are dedicated to excellence in small animal care.
If you need emergency care for your pet, you can also search the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS), which offers listings for emergency clinics in the United States, Canada and other countries.
PetTravelCenter.com is developing a veterinary directory to list veterinarian offices in the United States, Canada and other countries of the world. If you would like to include your practice's information, please click on the link below. You can also upload up to two photos of your office and/or staff and list your company's website address.
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