• NSW Country
Code: VET2705
Approx. location Leeton

This successful practice has been operating in the area since 1960 and in its current location since 1985. It has grossed well over $1 million for more than the past three years and the vendor is now looking to move into retirement. 

  • VIC Country
Code: VETV3820 SOLD
Approx. location Warragul

This well-presented clinic has been servicing the local area for over 30 years, catering to large and small animals. Located in the Baw Baw Shire, the clinic and area have been experiencing a boom over the last decade and the population has been projected to increase another twenty five percent over the next few years. The clinic has increased staff to cope with the increase in business and the Baw Baw council has committed to expanding the infrastructure and services to accommodate this growth.

Open six days-a-week and offering 24-hour emergency services every day of the year, the clinic is up-to date with the latest equipment and contains consulting rooms, kennels, a grooming room and spacious reception/waiting area. The clinic also has an operating theatre, prep room and wet surgery areas.

  • QLD Metro
Code: VET4305
Approx. location Ipswich

For almost 30 years this small animal clinic has been looking after pets and wildlife in Ipswich and the surrounding suburbs. Owned and operated by the vendor since its inception, the clinic has built a strong community presence and loyal patient base. It sits in a desirable location, close to the centre of town, and is fully equipped with the latest veterinary equipment and technology. 

  • NSW Metro
Code: VET2566 SOLD
Approx. location South West Sydney

This high-grossing animal hospital has it all; it is modern, well-presented, equipped with the latest technology and located in an ideal position within an expanding part of Sydney. The hospital has been in its current location for 19 years and has been an integral part of the community since the 1960s. In that time, the clinic has built a reputation for providing the highest quality pet care in an environment designed to reduce anxiety; all staff are trained in gentle handling techniques to ensure all pets have a stress-free experience.

  • NSW Coastal
Code: N2259
Approx. location Tuggerah

This successful small animal practice has been servicing the local community for more than 20 years. The vendor, who has established a loyal team and solid client base, is now looking to retire. This is a great opportunity to purchase a busy practice with strong community ties.

  • NSW Country
Code: VET2380
Approx. location Gunnedah

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to own a small animal clinic in one of Australia’s richest agricultural regions. The clinic, which is ideally located near the centre of town, shares a large block of land with a residential building, which is available to lease or purchase as part of the sale. Competition in the area is minimal, with only one other vet in town, who focuses predominately on large animals. There is also a strong RSPCA volunteer branch in the area, for which the current vendor does all the vet work (mostly vaccinations and desexing), bringing in an extra $2,000.00 - $3,500.00 revenue per month.

  • NSW Coastal
Code: VETN2527
Approx. location Shellharbour

Looking to purchase a successful, long-established practice on the NSW South Coast? This could be the practice for you! The vendor has owned the practice for almost 40 years and has built a highly profitable small animal practice with a solid client base over that time. The vendor is willing to remain at the practice for the medium-term post sale, to assist with a smooth transition. This is a great opportunity to purchase a thriving coastal practice less than two hours from Sydney.   

  • QLD Metro, Coastal
Code: VETQ4000 SOLD
Approx. location Gold Coast

This innovative and rapidly growing mobile veterinary practice was established in 2015. The opportunity was identified based on three key market trends - the exploding demand for at-home services, the ever-increasing rate of pet ownership and the very real desire for ‘old fashioned’ personalised veterinary care and customer service.

Since inception, revenue has seen significant increases each year, an above-average customer retention rate and was recently voted as one of the top three veterinarians on the Gold Coast. The practice is a benchmark in the industry with high brand awareness, market-leading systems, processes and procedures, a large and growing client database and a well establish partner clinic and referral network for delivery of additional services including surgeries.

The business has a dominant online presence across Google and the key Social Networks – with a significant following and a 5 Star review reputation.

The Veterinary team is backed by full Vet Nurse, reception/ administration and marketing support, enabling the Vets to focus on exceptional service delivery and animal care. This is a unique opportunity to take over the reins of this successful, future-focused business and make it your own or integrate it with your existing clinic to create an additional revenue stream.

  • VIC Metro, Coastal
Code: VET3193 SOLD
Approx. location South Melbourne Suburbs

This veterinary hospital, located in a Melbourne coastal suburb, has been providing a wide range of services, from complex surgery to routine health checks, for 70 years. The modern hospital uses state-of-the-art equipment and has a proven track record for ethical and professional pet care. This is the perfect opportunity to take over a well-established business in an ideal location.

  • NSW Metro
Code: VETN2086 SOLD
Approx. location Forestville

This vet hospital is located in a unique, architecturally-designed building that grabs the attention of passers-by, with its geometric roof design and distinctive branding.

The hospital was established in the 1950s and taken over by the current vendor in 2009, giving the hospital a strong community presence. The ideal location, solid reputation and one of kind premises make this a great purchase for anyone looking for a vet hospital in Sydney's North.

The hospital ceased operating 24 hours/day in January 2018, however, still has the planning permission to operate 24 hours/day, a potential asset for the purchaser.