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How Pet Hospital is creating a safer, healthier world

On September 15, 2018, a group of pet lovers gathered to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Pet Hospital chain, the one that started in Chicago in the early 1960s.

It has grown to a franchise that employs more than 200,000 people and operates more than 30 hospitals across the United States.

Today, it operates more hospitals than any other chain in the country, according to Pet Hospital’s annual report, which is published every year by the American Veterinary Medical Association.

This year, it ranked No. 2 for its lowest mortality rate among all hospitals.

This is a trend that’s important to keep in mind, because it’s not uncommon for a hospital to experience an increase in deaths from other causes, such as infections and heart attacks.

Pet Hospital and the AVMMA are both dedicated to protecting pets, and they work together on a number of fronts to make the world a safer place.

The Pet Hospital report ranks the nation’s third-largest private hospital network, behind only hospitals in Texas and California.

But Pet Hospital has been at the forefront of animal welfare activism for decades, and its advocacy on animal rights issues has led to many victories in the fight against the cruel practices that occur in many animal shelters.

But the network also faced an uphill battle to be considered a top 10 hospital network.

That was until Pet Hospital began its annual report.

As the industry-funded publication pointed out, the organization only had three hospitals listed on its website, all of which are in the Midwest.

As of this writing, Pet Hospital had not released its list of the top 10 hospitals.

But according to a statement from the group, the report is still in the works.

We know we are not at the top, Pet Health America president John F. Zappala told The Huffington Live in an email.

So our focus is to continue our work in the trenches to make sure pet owners have the best possible care, and we look forward to providing you with an update as soon as we have it.

We think we are on the right track and we hope you can share your thoughts on how Pet Hospital fits into our vision of improving the health of all animals, animal caregivers and pets worldwide.

To read more, visit The Huffington Report’s full coverage of the 2018 Pet Hospital survey.

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