Equine practice has its own unique challenges, distinct from farm and small animal practice.
In general terms, an equine practice needs to invest heavily in up-to-date equipment and there is the constant risk that their patients will destroy that equipment.
Ensuring that practice finances remain healthy needs a very close eye on debt book management and efficient and up-to-date internal working practices.
Ambulatory equine practice has relatively low barriers to entry and specialist facilities require the availability of significant capital.
Equine is, therefore, a challenging sector to work in and needs in-depth knowledge from the advisory team to anticipate, navigate and avoid the pitfalls.
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Farm Animal Veterinary Practices
Equine Veterinary Practices
Mixed Practices (Multi-Disciplinary Practices)
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New Partners (Buying into a Practice)
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