Very successful growing Integrative/Holistic practice for sale with two locations
#1 Lewiston – Veterinary clinic offering medical, surgical, dental, laboratory, and boarding services provided in a 1,600 sq. foot clinic built in 2002 in a beautiful rural mountain community. 2016 gross revenue was $580,000 and is expected to exceed $600,000 in 2017.
#2 Redding- Outpatient holistic office in a leased 3,500 sq. foot retail store that is also the home for a large holistic market and healthy pet food store…offering the best selection of raw and grain free diets, vitamin supplements, and natural treats available north of Sacramento for 20 years. A total of 19 chest freezers offering the frozen dog and cat meat diets! This satellite facility generated over $650,000 in 2016 and is on track to do approximately $700,000 this year. The seller refers the more complex medical and surgical cases to clinic 37 miles away.
Both of these practices are available for the purchase of $650,000 plus the appraised value for the Lewiston clinic.
Clark County, Nevada
Well-Established and Profitable! This small animal practice offers conventional and holistic medicine in a +/- 2,400 sf leasehold facility, in an active shopping plaza. Currently open five days a week. A new owner could expand hours and services, increasing gross income. NV3
Veterinary Integrative Rehab
Practice for Sale
Santa Fe, NM a Pet-Centric Community
- Well established and growing
- 2018 is expected to end up 18%
- Various alternative disciplines
- Well equipped in leased space
- Enough room to grow
Contact Priscilla, 505-690-1413
AAHA Accredited Hospital for Lease
48 year-old practice has been continuously AAHA accredited since 1978.
Interested practice owners should make inquiry to Bryan Griffith, at 614.889.2531 x140 and BGriffith@SBDBLaw.com.
Heart to Heart Animal Communication
Offering Experienced Support for Your Practice
Support your practice with telepathic animal communication provided by an experienced, compassionate communicator. Insight from the animals themselves can be used to prepare them emotionally/mentally for procedures, give a perspective to difficult diagnoses, and provide reassurance to clients during pet’s hospice or transition to death. References available. Contact Judy Ramsey at 734-665-3202. www.hearttoheartanimalcommunication.net
LaShelle Easton, DVM – Animal Communicator
Animal communication can be a valuable addition to your practice, providing insight into an animal’s thoughts and feelings.
Dr. LaShelle Easton, holistic veterinarian and AHVMA member, helps you integrate communication into your practice in a way that complements, rather than replaces, your approach.