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WE EXTEND A WARM WELCOME TO ALL PETS AND THEIR PET PARENTS.
Our Mission is to provide excellent small animal treatment and diagnostic care for your pet, and we strive to provide pet-family-centered care where your pet can feel comforted - through the presence of their family in an open-hospital setting - and achieve optimal health.
The medical science is constantly changing, and our veterinarians and RVTs are committed to staying current with the latest developments, skills, and new technologies in the field of veterinary science. Our registered veterinary technicians and veterinarians attend monthly continuing education seminars, yearly multiple day conferences for general practice, and emergency and critical care professionals.
In addition, Dr. Frits attends “veterinarian wet labs”, but also week-long hands-on training for veterinary professionals at the state-of-the-art Oquendo Centre in Las Vegas in order to merge his many years of experience with the latest developments in veterinary science.
We all have a genuine passion for helping pets, and our team of health care professionals will treat them with kindness and patience when they are away from the comfort of your home. The well-being of your pet always comes first, and we will make every effort to make a compassionate difference in the lives of you and your pet.
We are excited to meet you and your pet family members!
We are AAHA And CVO Accredited
Verzijlenberg Veterinary Hospital has been an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association since 2012. To Be accredited by AAHA, our hospital must demonstrate an exceptional level of medical care and client service, and be measured against the most rigorous standards in the veterinary industry. During the accreditation process, we are evaluated based on an extensive list of more than 900 standards that directly correlate to the care we are providing your pet. Only 12% of US veterinary hospitals and 6% of Canadian veterinary hospitals are AAHA accredited, and we're one of them!
The Certificate of Accreditation, along with the Facility Accreditation Emblem, symbolizes that our veterinary hospital meets or exceeds the inspection requirements. The Facility Accreditation Emblem demonstrates: Our hospital provides a safe environment for animal care and meets or exceeds the provincial standards for veterinary facilities. Our equipment and pharmaceuticals are appropriate for the services the animal will receive. Our hospital has undergone a rigorous review by trained inspectors
MEMBER OF VECCS, IVAPM, CAVCM, AAFP, AAVD
The IVAPM is an international organization and the leading source of education in pain management; it offers the only interdisciplinary certification program available today. IVAPM has developed guidelines for veterinary pain management, and its members are veterinarians committed to improving the quality of life for animals in pain.
The Canadian Association of Veterinary Cannabinoid Medicine advocates for fair access and species-specific research of medical cannabis for pets, and dedicated to education surrounding veterinary cannabinoid medicine. CAVCB is driven by the motivation to improve the understanding of cannabis-based therapies for animals, and to improve pet owners' ability to access these therapies.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is dedicated to advancing the field of feline medicine and surgery by setting the standards of feline care through the publication of practice guidelines, and by providing continuing education.
Through publications, education, and thriving relationships with other organizations, the AAFP engages veterinarians by facilitating the exchange of scientific data and ideas.
The AAVD promotes the scientific progress in the field of veterinary dermatology. The skin is the largest organ; and animals, like humans, may develop a wide variety of dermatological abnormalities caused by congenital defects, genetic influences, trauma, allergic conditions, ectoparasites, and neoplasia. In many cases, skin conditions may be zoonotic, that is, they may be contagious from animals to humans (and possibly vice versa).
The AAVD is dedicated to promoting the field of veterinary dermatology, in education, research, and professional practice.