Veterinary Customer Spotlight

Veterinary Practice – Washington

By |January 18th, 2012|

Todd, DVM

I chose Live Oak Bank because they made me feel like I was their only client and that they were going to do whatever it took to get me my loan. Day or night, I was always able to get a hold of someone within 24 hours, even though my practice is on the West coast and they’re on the East. I’ve already recommended them to six or seven individuals, and I will use them again if given the chance.

Veterinary Specialty Clinic – Florida

By |January 16th, 2012|

Dr. Stephanie and Tony

The fact that they already had an understanding of the industry, they already had an understanding of specialty clinics, then to take that one step further to do the oncology center, it was much easier for us to communicate our vision.

Veterinarians take opportunity to become hospital owners

By |July 8th, 2011|

By Wayne Faulkner

Published: Friday, July 8, 2011 at 2:49 p.m.
Last Modified: Friday, July 8, 2011 at 4:32 p.m.

Eloise, the basset hound, squirms on the exam table, getting her lengthy and floppy ears checked. Out front, well-groomed gray tabby Star climbs the high-rise cat tree in the glass-enclosed adoption room. She’s out of her cage to enjoy playing by herself. (She doesn’t play so well with others, the docs say.) Most of the other cats spend 90 percent of the time out of their cages.

Atlantic Animal Hospital, which once occupied 1,400 square feet in Landfall Center, now comprises 10,000 square feet in its own new building across Military Cutoff Road from Mayfaire Town Center. And less than a year ago, it got new owners. Two friends, Michele Rohrer and Laurie Parish, will celebrate the first anniversary of their purchase on Aug. 12. Both women – 80 percent of vets are female – graduated from N.C. State. Becoming a vet satisfied a life-long goal for Rohrer. [...]