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Caring For Pets and the People Who Care for Them
Our mission is to promote longer lasting friendships through exceptional care, service, and education.
Our veterinarian, Dr. Amy Vogt opened Friendship Animal Hospital in the spring of 2009 with the vision of a veterinary practice for pets that provides quality care in a family-friendly setting and that treats patients with low stress handling and clients like our friends.
We want our patients to look forward to seeing us, so we give our patients time to warm up, handle them gently, and use lots of positive reinforcements. We also want to make it easy for clients with children to come to their appointments, so we welcome and accommodate young children as well.
Part of Dr. Vogt’s vision included achieving and maintaining voluntary accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). We had to meet high standards for patient care and hospital services to become certified. Only 12-15% of hospitals in America meet these standards. In order to stay that way, our team is challenged regularly to make sure that we continue to meet those standards.
Once the American Association of Feline Practitioners developed its Cat Friendly Certification Program, we knew that it was also a certification we would want to achieve and maintain. This program certifies practices that demonstrate an understanding of cats’ special needs. That means understanding not just their specific medical needs, but also how best to reduce their stress when they come to the vet.
If you haven’t tried our services, come check us out. We have an open door policy and are happy to give you a tour. We are Located in Richmond, TX, and are within minutes from Katy and Sugar Land. We are conveniently located in the center of the Waterside Estates, Pecan Grove, Long Meadow Farms, and Aliana neighborhoods. You are welcome to be with your pet through any of his or her procedures, provided there are no regulatory restrictions (like when we are snapping an x-ray).
If you are already a client, thank you for the opportunity to help you take care of your pet. If you like our services, tell a friend. We give gift certificates toward future services for all new client referrals. If you think we can improve on what we are doing, tell us. We welcome the chance to improve.
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