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ZimmVet Wins American Animal Hospital Practice of the Year Award

ZimmVet has been named the 2021 AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), an international veterinary organization that sets the standard for excellence in veterinary medicine. They accepted this prestigious award during Connexity by AAHA, the association’s annual conference, which was held in Scottsdale, Arizona.

ZimmVet has been named the 2021 AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), an international veterinary organization that sets the standard for excellence in veterinary medicine. They accepted this prestigious award during Connexity by AAHA, the association’s annual conference, which was held in Scottsdale, Arizona.

AAHA is the only organization in the US and Canada that accredits companion animal hospitals based on standards that go above and beyond state and provincial regulations. The AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year Award recognizes the outstanding achievements of accredited practice teams and celebrates ongoing advancements in veterinary medicine.

“Throughout the pandemic, ZimmVet showed the importance and value of their AAHA accreditation,” said AAHA Western Regional Manager Anthony Merkle, CVT, who led the award selection committee. 

“While constantly rearranging normal business, ZimmVet also remained focused on providing the highest level of veterinary care and continued to evolve, challenge their status quo, and support their team and community. This displays their passion for patient care and client service.”

“We are truly honored to be recognized as the top AAHA-accredited veterinary practice for 2021,” said Dr. Maria Krenz, DVM, and ZimmVet Owner.  “This award belongs to all of our incredible staff, who truly go above and beyond every day to provide a positive veterinary experience.  Thank you to the Zimmerman (MN) and surrounding community who have supported our journey.”

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