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Why AMC

The KVMA Lifetime Service Award is for an individual who has significantly given to the KVMA, veterinary profession, and community during his or her entire professional career. Nominees must be 60 years of age and a KVMA member for 20 years.

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Dr. LaRue and Dr. Vorhees

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Dr. McReynolds and Dr. Vorhees

The 2012 KVMA Lifetime Service Award: Dr. Bill LaRue
(printed by: Kansas Veterinary Medical Association on July 2012)

Bill LaRue Awarded the 2012 KVMA Lifetime Service Award
(Printed by: Chanute Tribune June 21, 2012)

Why AMC is a Respected Animal Hospital?

Why is AMC one of the most respected animal hospitals and clinics? It because of 58 years of quality service, high level of education and dedication to our clients and patients. Please click below on articles written about our current and past staff who make the commitment to you everyday.

50 years and still going strong: Chanute's leading animal hospital
still going strong after 50 years of growth and change.

(printed by Chanute Tribune on August 26, 2008)

Dr. Bill LaRue honored for being and exceptional role model for Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine alumni and mentor for 2015.
(Printed By: American Verterinary Medical Association November 2015)

The 2013 KVMA Lifetime Service Award: Dr. Don McReynolds
(printed by: Kansas Veterinary Medical Association on July 2013)

Don McReynolds Awarded the 2013 KVMA Lifetime Service Award
(Printed by: Chanute Tribune June 26, 2013


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