Awards & Media
Reader’s Choice Award
Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills is the 2021 Favorite Veterinary Clinic. In 2020 Best Veterinary Clinic / Animal Hospital winner in the Wichita Eagle Reader’s Choice Award Contest.
Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills won Neighborhood Favorite by Nextdoor.com
5 years in a row. The annual awards program celebrates & recognize the best businesses in local communities.
2023 Neighborhood Favorite
2021 Neighborhood Favorite
2020 Neighborhood Favorite
2019 Neighborhood Favorite
2018 Neighborhood Favorite
2017 Neighborhood Favorite
Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills selected 2020 Best Veterinarians in Wichita on Expertise.com.
Good Day Kansas
Dr. Gary Stamps was featured on Good Day Kansas for ways Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills’ helps the community during the Covid-19 pandemic: curbside service, early-start Walk-My-Dog Program & partnering with local businesses to contribute to prize packs.
WPD Volunteer Award
Dr. Gary Stamps was named Wichita Police Department’s 2019 Volunteer of the Year for Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills’ work with the WPD K-9 Unit. We established the Courage Fund & provide free veterinary care to WPD & WFD working dogs.
Dr. Gary Stamps was featured on KAKE-TV “Kansas veterinarians begin treating fast-spreading canine flu” breaking news in 2017 by Greg Miller.
West Side Story
Dr. Gary Stamps was featured in West Side Story. The article also highlighted our annual Walk-My-Dog Program.
Television News coverage
- Carly Willis with KSN-3, Wichita, interviews Dr. Gary Stamps for “Veterinarian: Do not bother with solar eclipse doggles” as our community prepared to view the solar eclipse. Aug. 17, 2017.
- Melissa Scheffler of KWCH-TV, Wichita, interviews Dr. Gary Stamps for “Wichita Vet Removes 200 Quills from Boxer Pup” after Tatum had an unfortunate encounter with a porcupine in the Goddard area. June 5, 2014.
- Susan Gager of KWCH-TV, Wichita, interviews Dr. Gary Stamps for “Fluoride and Your Pets: Is it Safe” to understand the potential impact of fluoridation on our pets before the Wichita fluoridation vote. Oct. 11, 2012
- Parrish Alleman of KAKE-TV, Wichita, interviews Dr. Gary Stamps for “Veterinarians Warn About Dangerous Disease for Dogs and Humans” when a Dachshund named Axi nearly dies of Leptospirosis in Wichita. She contracted the disease from drinking rain puddles in her backyard. October 3, 2012
- Jenn Bates of KWCH-TV, Wichita, interviews Stacey Stamps for the “Work-It-Out Wednesday” feature highlighting our summer walking program. The Walk-My-Dog Program helps folks and their four-legged training partner stay fit and motivated. June 13, 2012.