Awards & Accreditations

Signal Hill Animal Clinic Awards & Accreditations

Signal Hill Animal Clinic is proud to serve the Prince William County area and has been recognized by the community and beyond.

Community Involvement

Signal Hill Animal Clinic provides complete veterinary care at no charge for service dogs including dogs from the Guiding Eyes for the Blind, and Canine Companions for Independence. The doctors work closely with local wildlife rehabilitators, seeing orphaned and injured squirrels on a regular basis. The staff also provides pro bono orthopedic surgery for adoptable animals from several of the area's animal shelters. The clinic participates in community service projects including volunteering for the Route One Corridor Housing Project, and the Lorton Community Action Center.


  • Recognized by “Guiding Eyes For The Blind” certificate of appreciation for work with seeing-eye dogs
  • Northern Virginia Magazine’s award as one of Northern Virginia’s top veterinarians
  • Demand Force on-line reviews awarded “Top Ranked” for 3 years in a row
  • Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine awarded Dr. Deutsch as its “Mentor of the Year”
  • Recognized by “Canine Companions For Independence” certificate of appreciation for work with service dogs
  • Awarded by “Next Door” as a Neighborhood Favorite Veterinarian

Dr. Deutsch has also received the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association's "Mentor of the Year" award for 2008 by providing students at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine with the proper guidance and help that will allow them to become outstanding veterinarians in the future. By helping them, we enhance the care of our pets in the future.


Dr. Rocky Deutsch and Dr. Amy Drake are both accredited by the United States Department of Agriculture. This special designation of "accredited veterinarian" allows the doctor to provide services beyond those of general practice.