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7,000 to 10,000 square feet
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Nibbles and bites: From restaurant to veterinary hospital

June 1, 2014

An ex-senator jumps back into the veterinary business with a high-end conversion project.

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Investing in bonded veterinary clients

June 1, 2014

Building space for pet adoptions makes perfect financial sense for this full-service veterinary practice.

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"We rebuilt!"

June 1, 2014

Putting a veterinary practice back together after a fire gave this doctor a chance to upgrade his mixed-animal hospital while staying true to his rural community.

A veterinary hospital designed for—and by— the practice team

August 15, 2013

With their veterinary patients in mind, these staff members designed a practice that works for them.

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2013 Veterinary Hospital of the Year: Lap of luxury

April 2, 2013

With boarding suites and room to spread out services, Allandale Veterinary Hospital in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, acts as a second home for veterinary patients and clients.

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8 years to the perfect veterinary hospital

February 1, 2013

After many stressful days and sleepless nights, Dr. Steen landed a practically perfect practice.

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Small town—big opportunity for Wellington Veterinary Clinic

July 1, 2012

This award-winning veterinary practice brought much-needed veterinary care and luxury boarding to a small Colorado community.

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Crafting a modern building for an old-time practice

January 18, 2012

This veterinary hospital was a long-standing neighborhood fixture and needed an update. The solution still blends well with the surroundings.

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Building a legacy of quality care

December 22, 2011

The expanding family of veterinarians at Shenandoah Veterinary Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va., found much-needed space in a new 8,000-square-foot hospital—and continued their father's quality of care.

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