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If you've moved, gotten a new pet, or have a pet that needs specialized treatment, you may need to find a veterinarian. These tips can help:

-Make an office visit. Visit the practice without your pet to see if it's clean, modern, and well-organized

-Talk to the veterinarian. Ask questions and make sure you can communicate well with the veterinarian and staff.

-Check on training. Find out about the veterinarian's training and if the practice is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).

Our online veterinary locator can help you get started by locating practices in your area. You can also get more tips on finding a veterinarian for dogs or for cats at the ASPCA®'s website. And remember, you can use any licensed veterinarian in the US or Canada with our plans.

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