By Patty Khuly, VMD, MBA
The author's renovated lobby after she bought an existing practice. Courtesy of Patty Khuly.
The lobby before renovation. Courtesy of Patty Khuly.
In my last column, I promised to offer ideas on how to buy a veterinary practice when you’re the kind of person who never wanted to be a practice owner in the first place. In particular, I’m hoping this piece inspires those of you least interested in ownership with some off-the-beaten-path recommendations on how to make practice ownership work—even those of you who owe $200K-plus, and feel constitutionally ill-suited to ownership.
First, let me recap the many reasons why you might just want to rethink your assumptions about practice ownership—especially those that steered you away fr...
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