About Chagrin Animal CLinic
The Chagrin Animal Clinic has been serving the Chagrin Valley area since 1987.
The clinic was born on March 1, 1987, when Dr. Eldridge purchased the practice of retiring veterinarian, Don Weibel. The practice became the Chagrin Animal Clinic and continued to function in the original building on Chagrin Road for twenty years.
In August, 2007, the clinic was moved into a new state of the art building at 16680 West Park Circle Drive in Chagrin Falls (Bainbridge).
The practice is owned and operated by James Eldridge, D.V.M. and Caryn Scaravelli, D.V.M.. They were married in 1982 and have 2 sons, Bryan and Kevin. Both doctors graduated from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1981.
Both doctors are members of the AVMA, OVMA, and Geauga Veterinary Medical Association.
Our mission is to provide you and your pet with the best veterinary care possible.
We Are an AAHA Accredited Animal Hospital
The Chagrin Animal Clinic is proud to be an AAHA accredited animal hospital. Our Chagrin Falls vets are committed to providing the most exceptional care possible to our patients and the most compassionate service to our clients. Our AAHA accreditation is designed to prove our dedication to you!
What You Need to Know About AAHA Accreditation
AAHA, or the American Animal Hospital Association, sets the standards for veterinary excellence nationwide. The American Animal Hospital Association offers accreditation to only the highest performing animal hospitals, accrediting fewer than 15% in the country. Accreditation is based on maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness, customer service, veterinary technology, continuing education for vets and other team members, and so much more.
On a regular basis, our animal hospital is inspected by representatives of AAHA who ensure that we are maintaining all of the very highest standards in the veterinary industry. AAHA accreditation is only achieved if all of the highest standards are being met.