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Build big or go home: A veterinary hospital winner in Texas

June 4, 2013

This Texas veterinarian wasn't thinking small when he designed a 24/7 hospital with emergency services.

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Modernize design, maintain veterinary clients

February 28, 2012

Constantly improving, evolving, and focusing on the pet above all, Countryside Veterinary Hospital in Chelmsford, Mass., sets the standard.

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2011 Hospital of the Year: Mission accomplished

March 9, 2011

It's much more than just a building. Mission Animal and Bird Hospital in Oceanside, Calif., has something for everyone—and every pet. Here's a look inside this year's Hospital of the Year.

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Midcentury modern reimagined

February 1, 2011

Design pizzazz lures clients into Greek and Associates Veterinary Hospital in Yorba Linda, Calif. A passion for patients, including exotics, keeps them here.

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Photo gallery: The finished product—Veterinary Center for Birds and Exotics

April 19, 2010

Dr. Laurie Hess worked for months to create a veterinary hospital tailored specifically for exotic animals. Here's a peek at the result.

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Photo gallery: Construction photos—Veterinary Center for Birds and Exotics

April 12, 2010

Look inside the construction of an exotics hospital from start to finish.

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Building a practice in the fast lane

October 1, 2008

Dr. Robert Goodman took an old car dealership and turned it into his dream practice.

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Deep in the heart of Texas

July 1, 2006

A facility that includes regional architectural elements and projects warmth and southern hospitality, Crossroads Animal Clinic in Houston is an example of what you can achieve with design.

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A tale of two practices

March 1, 2006

Dr. Steven Dunbar merged a general practice and a 24-hour emergency center into one new building. And the consistent, attractive use of color; high-quality materials; impressive client-interaction areas; and more helped Yorba Regional Animal Hospital in Anaheim, Calif., rise to the top in Veterinary Economics annual design competition.

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