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Small-animal practices
Moving on the landlord's dime
A property owner's desire to tear down a building turned out to be a blessing for this California veterinary practice.
People's Choice veterinary hospital stands tall
Careful site selection and advance planning lay the groundwork for a successful build.
Making it big in the Midwest
These doctors wanted a veterinary practice that would stand out and keep with Midwestern tastes. The result: a huge yet humble design that wows.
Investing in bonded veterinary clients
Building space for pet adoptions makes perfect financial sense for this full-service veterinary practice.
Nibbles and bites: From restaurant to veterinary hospital
An ex-senator jumps back into the veterinary business with a high-end conversion project.
Mixed-animal practices
Making veterinary practice home
Renovating and expanding an 1850s home illustrates this practice's motto: modern medicine with traditional values.
"We rebuilt!"
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.
Photo gallery: Changing the face of rural veterinary medicine
Animal owners of all kinds find great medicine at Renfro Veterinary Services, a well-thought-out small animal, equine, and livestock practice in Richmond, Mo.
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.
Preparation paves the way
An antiquated facility meant it was time to start from scratch for this doctor. But hiring a design-build team and learning to delegate meant that building Goose Creek Veterinary Clinic in Goose Creek, S.C., was a headache-free experience.
Emergency and referral
Moving beyond veterinary emergencies
After years of emergency work, this doctor wanted to come into the light of day.
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.
Divide and conquer your veterinary hospital
Splitting the PetCare Veterinary Hospital in Santa Rosa, Calif., in two led to more growth and better veterinary client service.
Raising the bar in sports medicine
Not content with a nice veterinary facility, these doctors built Veterinary Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Group to rival the best in human medicine.
Putting a personal stamp on practice
This doctor focused on designing for team comfort—knowing that better patient care would be the result.
Exotics
Investing in bonded veterinary clients
Building space for pet adoptions makes perfect financial sense for this full-service veterinary practice.
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.
Modernize design, maintain veterinary clients
Constantly improving, evolving, and focusing on the pet above all, Countryside Veterinary Hospital in Chelmsford, Mass., sets the standard.
2011 Hospital of the Year: Mission accomplished
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.
Midcentury modern reimagined
Design pizzazz lures clients into Greek and Associates Veterinary Hospital in Yorba Linda, Calif. A passion for patients, including exotics, keeps them here.
Equine
"We rebuilt!"
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.
Outside the box
By going equine-centric, Woodford Equine Hospital in Versailles, Ky., moves into the 21st century—and creates a first-rate facility.
Bringing elegance to equine practice
The owners say they'd be happy to live in their new equine practice. Here's how they achieved this level of comfort.
Relishing the rustic charm
Drs. Lamar and Amber Crossland knew they wanted Sunset Canyon Veterinary Clinic in central Texas to appeal to long-time ranchers as well as to the Austin urbanites who’d fled the city for greener pastures in Dripping Springs, Texas. And the mixed animal practice also needed to accommodate a gamut of patients, from livestock to polo horses to pampered pooches. One last requirement: seamless movement between the large animal and small animal sides of the practice, because all staff members worked in both areas.

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