Zoot Achieves Prestigious AAHA Accreditation. A First for Georgetown Click for Details
How to Transfer Pet Records
Let’s face it, changing doctors is never easy. But here at Zoot we’re working extra hard to make it simple for you and your pets. Our client services team will be happy to assist you and make the transition for you and your pet as easy as 1-2-3! Say the word and we will do the work for you, no uncomfortable phone calls necessary. Your pet’s records and health history are an important part of our practice so thatMore >
Is Your Vet AAHA Accredited?
Did you know that accreditation is voluntary for animal hospitals and clinics? Human hospitals must me accredited by law, why not animal care facilities? Zoot Pet Hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. We voluntarily have our hospital evaluated to ensure we meet the Association’s high veterinary standards. This is ourMore >
Obesity in Pets
According to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) up to 59% of dogs and cats are overweight, making this the most common nutritional disorder identified in veterinary practice. Excess weight can reduce longevity and adversely affect quality of life. The hormones and inflammatory cytokines released by excess adiposeMore >