Practice owners: You own/rent a building. You employ a staff. You have computers. If you’re interested, you have a chance to build more businesses, help more people and earn more money than just the hospital.
To keep your veterinary hospital stable—with coworkers on board—take this advice to heart after the death or sudden disability of the practice owner. Or if you just want a plan to make sure your practice and team will be taken care of if something happens.
You want a cut-and-dried answer. Three architects show there isn’t always a cut-and-dried answer. But the more you know about that sometimes arbitrary number, the smarter you’ll be in planning, negotiating and building your best new veterinary hospital.
This interactive map collects information on laws governing nonveterinarians owning or partly owning veterinary practices as relatively traditional corporations. Remember that laws are always changing, some attorneys have new ways to allow nonveterinary ownership, and your success will be based on the appropriate practice agreement you craft with your own lawyer. Now dive in!
What should you charge for veterinary therapy laser treatments? How will you market to pet owners? And, PSSST, what’s the deal with acupuncture? Company men from two therapy laser manufacturers have answers, and we’ve got resources.