Joining CityVet was an easy decision to make—I was on the verge of burnout with the after-hours administrative work that needed to be done. I'm looking forward to getting back to focusing on what I love—providing quality pet care for our clients and growing my business.
Dr. Chris Kohnen
River City Companion Animal Hospital, San Antonio, TX
To sell or not to sell? Whether you like the timing or not, it is an important question to consider given that we may be seeing the peak of an unprecedented time in our industry. Veterinary practice values have never been higher, and few believe they can go any higher or remain here forever. If you own a healthy practice today there are many consolidation groups that would love to write you a big check now, so would we. But if you’re not ready to sell, or you want to explore other options we’re here to help.
CityVet to present a proposal within 14 days of receiving of data.
CityVet’s development team will send a mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and initial Data Request List (DRL)
CityVet to present a proposal within 14 days of receiving the requested data.
Owner reviews proposal.
Once terms are agreed upon, a Letter of Intent is executed and due diligence is launched.
Upon completion of due diligence the parties execute definitive agreements & initiate the customized integration process.
Seamless close & implementation of the tailored integration plan.
All information is highly confidential.