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Less than 3,500 square feet
A tale of two veterinary hospitals
Equine and small animal blend together in this big barn.
Veterinary design on a dime
A young veterinarian built this efficient practice with less, proving it doesn't take a fortune to build well.
Big ideas in a little veterinary package
This Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., space stands out as a tiny specialty practice that's big on charm.
Building a community
After 20 years of working for others, this doctor finds freedom in building her own practice—and enjoys the rewards of caring for people where she lives.
Small-scale success: Butterfield Animal Hospital
A smaller, more intimate practice suits this California doctor—and his clients—just fine.
3,500 to 6,999 square feet
Third time's even more charming for Upstate Veterinary Specialists
A bold design approach makes this satellite clinic stand out in a crowd—and fit in with the main clinic.
A veterinary hospital with a view
This practice faced a multitude of setbacks to score the perfect seaside spot.
A new veterinary practice with a vintage vibe
Stripping away the layers of a vintage 1940s facility revealed a unique opportunity for this Michigan practice.
Veterinary hospital design success in a small package
Years of planning and re-planning led to a space-efficient veterinary hospital in San Clemente, Calif.
Know what you want—be ready to fight for your new veterinary practice
After eight years, large sums of money, and more patience than he thought possible, Dr. Jeff Walcoff of Bennett Creek Animal Hospital in Clarksburg, Md., finally made his dream hospital a reality.
7,000 to 10,000 square feet
A veterinary hospital designed for—and by— the practice team
With their veterinary patients in mind, these staff members designed a practice that works for them.
2013 Veterinary Hospital of the Year: Lap of luxury
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.
8 years to the perfect veterinary hospital
After many stressful days and sleepless nights, Dr. Steen landed a practically perfect practice.
Small town—big opportunity for Wellington Veterinary Clinic
This award-winning veterinary practice brought much-needed veterinary care and luxury boarding to a small Colorado community.
Crafting a modern building for an old-time practice
This veterinary hospital was a long-standing neighborhood fixture and needed an update. The solution still blends well with the surroundings.
Larger than 10,000 square feet
Veterinary hospital construction time-lapse video
Watch as 2014 Hospital of the Year Mueller Pet Medical Center makes its way from the ground up.
2014 Veterinary Hospital of the Year: Fostering a family feel
Some might say bigger veterinary clinics seem impersonal, but the cozy design of this Hospital of the Year helps clients and pets feel right at home.
Make room for veterinary technology
Utilizing the latest tools looks cool—and increases compliance.
Build big or go home: A veterinary hospital winner in Texas
This Texas veterinarian wasn't thinking small when he designed a 24/7 hospital with emergency services.
A family-friendly veterinary facility
The open atmosphere of this hospital is like a walk in the park for pets.

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