Hospital Updates

NAEH Accepts CareCredit!

CareCredit offers Special Financing and low monthly payment options, no up-front costs, andcare_credit.png no-prepayment penalties so you can keep your pet healthy and happy. Click here for an application or here for more information.

GlobalVetLink Coggins

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NAEH now offers GlobalVetLink Coggins. "Carbon copy paper forms are now a thing of the past. GlobalVetLink offers cutting edge technology to accredited veterinarians and NVSL accredited  EIA laboratories for electronic EIA (Coggins) certificates and health certificates. Your vet has the opportunity to take digital photos of your animals for online health certificates. If you are an equine owner, the vet is required to take digital photos of your horse to include on EIA certificates. This creates an alternate form of identification when traveling with your animal. Since GlobalVetLink electronically connects to diagnostic laboratories, results are real time which provides you with results when they are completed not when the paper is delivered. Certificates are sent to state officials as they are created. All 50 states accept electronic certificates so moving animals with GlobalVetLink certificates is easy. Animal owners enjoy improved certificates through GlobalVetLink as accredited veterinarians and diagnostic laboratories subscribe to the service. 

- GlobalVetLink

Direct Dispense Online Ordering

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NAEH now offers Platinum Performance Direct Dispense Online ordering!

"Use Platinum Direct Dispense to conveniently order the nutritional products your veterinarian has recommended. Login by entering your veterinarian's Direct Dispense ID and your email address. If you would prefer to place your order over the phone or have any questions, please contact us at (800) 688-3229." - Platinum Performance
Just log onto http://www.platinumperformance.com/dispensePage.cfm and type in Dr. Dunlap's ID Veterinarian DD ID (DU1) and enter your e-mail address to order!

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