Additional Info

Contact Phone3107175603
Asking Price750000
Yearly Practice Revenue800000
Practice Location RegionPacific
Real estate - will it be for sale or lease?For lease
Number of Staff4
Number of Associates2
History of the Practice

VetMobile Services, Inc. started off as a fully equipped mobile veterinary practice in 1999. We exploited that mode of practice to prospect for a desirable fixed location. That is how we settled in a central location in the High Desert area of the Antelope Valley, where we established, in 2002, the CALCITY PET CLINIC, a custom-built hospital .
The practice is located in a bedroom community, providing residence to all cadre of the military, mine workers, aerospace green energy engineers etc... The population is growing, with an increasing median income. California City is the third largest city in California in terms of land mass/acreage and this attribute is making it attractive to the current green energy trend. Our clients come from all surrounding neighborhoods in a radius of more than 50 (fifty) miles.

What makes this practice special/Major selling points

Our practice is very malleable, and can be molded to suit the new owner's needs. It can remain modest, providing its new owner a comfortable means of livelihood, leaving time to enjoy the idyllic High Desert and its sports and beauty, or it could take off like a rocket with the appropriate social media focus, and a few tweaking of its operating hours. Very importantly, our central location in the High Desert area of the Antelope Valley lends itself to the provision of emergency services, which we have not exploited. Housing for staff and owner is modestly priced compared to other locations in California, and proximity to areas of interest ( ie shopping, recreation, dinning) is reasonable. A large veterinary referral / emergency center is 90 minutes away. Las Vegas is about a 3 hour drive, while Los Angeles is less than 2 hours away.

What might the next owner need to improve in this practice?

The new owner will have to decide the level of client engagement that suits his or her practice and life style, ranging from restive to high client participation. We have underutilized social media, and restricted our hours of operation to fit our own life style.
There is no doubt in our mind that there is a huge interest for emergency services from all neighboring communities. This would be an easy evolution for the practice.
As for regular veterinary services, although the majority of necessary equipment is already in place, we have not fully explored areas of specialized imaging and other specialty care that would easily attract regular clientele from neighboring practices.