Videos: Associate fears about veterinary practice ownership

Videos: Associate fears about veterinary practice ownership

Three Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board members share their thoughts on why associates fear to buy and how practice owners can help change that.
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Jan 14, 2011

The August issue of Veterinary Economics reports that fewer than one-third of new veterinary school graduates desire to become practice owners. Mark Opperman, CVPM, offers his thoughts on an ongoing ownership paradigm shift.

 

 

Many associates' perceptions about practice ownership may need to be adjusted. VeterinaryEconomics Editorial Advisory Board members Dr. Karl Sanzsieder, JD, and Dr. Andrew Rollo share generational differences.



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