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Creature comforts benefit your bottom line

June 16, 2014

Demand for luxury boarding is still growing among veterinary clientele, urban and rural. Learn how this feature can attract pet owners and create cash flow for your practice.

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Bringing back family medicine

June 1, 2014

Creating connections with veterinary clients and pets drove the design of this small animal practice.

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Frame your veterinary practice

May 27, 2014

Not in the literal way—Wayne Usiak, AIA, is talking about rusty door frames and the impact they have on the look of your clinic.

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Veterinary hospital design with felines in mind

May 1, 2014

Start here for cat-friendly hospital design resources and success stories.

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Building your veterinary practice color palette

March 21, 2014

From floor to walls and everything in between, here are some important things to keep in mind when choosing hues for your clinic.

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3 steps to creating curb appeal

February 1, 2014

First impressions are crucial. Here's how you can give your practice a facelift and impress clients upon arrival.

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New veterinary project? 18 things you should never do

June 5, 2013

I usually don't do spays or neuters on my own pets, so you shouldn't consider designing your own hospital. Here are more veterinary design don'ts.

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Live from CVC: It's a wrap—the 2012 Hospital Design Conference

August 25, 2012

Take a walk with us through the last three of veterinary design tips and trends from expert architects at the 2012 Hospital Design Conference, held in conjunction with CVC Kansas City.

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Make strong color choices for your veterinary practice

May 4, 2012

Everyone responds to color, so the choices you make will affect your team as they work every day, and your clients? impressions of their veterinary practice visit.

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