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Come and enjoy interior British Columbia, 200+ days of sunshine annually. Established for 35 years. 80 per cent small animal business with good remuneration to acquire and expand. Multiple options.
Visit our web site: www.nicvet.com
Nicola Valley Veterinary Clinic
Merritt, BC V1K 1J8
Mixed Animal Practice - 75 per cent large animal, 25 per cent small animal
Veterinary Service District with Municipal Clinic and Grant
Minimal Afterhours/High Percentage of Routine Work
Town has Skating and Curling Rinks, Swimming Pool, Ball Diamonds, Hospital, Pharmacy, and an Appropriate Number of Businesses
Fishing and Hunting Close by
REDUCED TO SELL. Well established mixed animal veterinary practice for sale. In the foothills of Jasper National Park, this opportunity is perfect for the individual or family who enjoy an outdoor lifestyle. Fully equipped small animal clinic and large animal ambulatory service. A loyal, longstanding client base plus steady new client influx, offers the veterinarian a flexible work schedule and balanced personal/professional life. With a young enthusiastic staff, this veterinary practice is ready to expand in whatever direction one chooses to take it.
Dr. James Marshall
Big Horn Veterinary Services
P.O. Box 6535
Hinton, AB T7V 1X7
Posted January 23, 2015
Progressive Small Animal Practice established 20 years ago in Camrose, Alberta. Camrose is a city of 18000 people with a large trading area of 140000 located in central Alberta. It has all the conveniences of a small city and is within 1 hour driving time of Edmonton.
I have maintained an up to date practice direction with Impromed veterinary software, CR radiography, in-house lab equipment as well as other current practice needs. Purchase of clinic real estate is not required as clinic is a leased facility.
The time has come for me to consider retiring from practice and to pursue other interests.
If interested please reply to the following:
R Richard Bibby DVM
Cell: (780)608-9150 (cell)