By the numbers: Why veterinary practice sales have suffered and why they could be on the rise

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By the numbers: Why veterinary practice sales have suffered and why they could be on the rise

Three dozen attorneys, lenders, accountants, brokers, consolidators, and consultants who are actively involved in buying and selling veterinary practices weigh in on the future of veterinary practice sales.
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Apr 01, 2011

Ask the practice-sale experts

I surveyed 18 attorneys, lenders, accountants, brokers, consolidators, and consultants who are actively involved in buying and selling veterinary practices. They shared their opinions on issues relating to the future of the veterinary practice market. The results, while not statistically rigorous, are interesting. Read on for more.

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