Who Are We
What sets us apart from another animal hospital?
Our “home town, family feeling” approach in a corporate world, our love for all patients and our team’s dedication are what makes Prescott Animal Hospital unique. We are always striving to be on the cutting edge of technology while maintaining individualized patient care.
We want to create a bond with both our patients and their owners. Our patients are treated like our own four-legged family members and our clients are not just numbers; they each have a story. It is our goal to know your story and treat your pet the way you would, with the best patient care possible. We are not just a business; we are a family and you are a part of it.
Team of the Year 2013 & 2016
AAHA Accredited Practice of the Year 2014
Prescott Animal Hospital has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) since 1996. Veterinary hospitals are not required to be accredited, unlike human hospitals, and it is voluntary for a hospital to pursue accreditation.
In March of 2014, Prescott Animal Hospital received the AAH-Accredited Practice of the Year award in Nashville at the annual AAHA conference. The AAHA award committee evaluates each team on their most recent accreditation score, mission and vision, team composition, continuing education and training, community involvement and much more. AAHA members are known for excellence, rendering a highly competitive Practice of the Year award.
We strive to make a positive difference in our community.
Soldier's Best Friend, Veterinary Care and Board of Directors
Along with providing veterinary care to dogs enrolled with Soldier’s Best Friend, Dr. Steven H. Dow serves as a board member for the program.
United Animal Friends Board of Directors
Dr. Amie Dow is currently serving on the United Animal Friends Board of Directors. United Animal Friends (UAF) is a local, non-profit rescue group in Prescott. UAF is an all volunteer organization supported by donations, grants and fundraisers.
Animal Disaster Services
Dr. Kenneth Skinner serves on the board for Animal Disaster Services. ADS exists to create and maintain a shelter for animals during emergency evacuations at no cost to the pet's owner.
Community Veterinary Care
Dr. Kenneth Skinner provides veterinary care for Heritage Park Zoo and Out of Africa Wildlife Park. Many of our veterinarians also assist in providing medical care and guidance during The World’s Oldest Rodeo, Yavapai County 4-H and FFA.
Prescott Animal Hospital Throughout the Years
The original building was opened in 1947 by Dr. Fletcher and was expanded in 1965 with three veterinarians on board. In the next 10 years, PAH outgrew the original building and envisioned a new practice to provide superior veterinary services for the community. Construction began on 1318 Iron Springs Road and the new facility was opened October of 1976.
As time progressed, the services offered, veterinarians and owners at PAH continued to grow. An extension of our vision in 1976 guided us to open the first complete Equine Center in Northern Arizona. Construction broke ground on the new Equine Center in April 2006 and after completion the remodel on our 1318 Iron Springs building began. The building on Iron Springs is now fully dedicated to Companion Animal Care.