Adding Boarding to Your Vet Practice
Date: February 20 - February 20, 2018
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 Noon EST/9 am PSTAdding Boarding to Your Vet Practice (Live: 50 minutes)Boarding can provide a complimentary add-on business that quickly, and with modest risk, can double a practices profit while at the same time growing the core veterinary business. This program will share best practices you need to know to add boarding to your practice. Learn how combining a medium-sized boarding/daycare operation with an existing veterinary practice can double the practices profit with significantly less risk than if the boarding/daycare operation were a stand-alone business. This session is perfect for veterinarians who want to take advantage their built in competitive advantage compared to boarding-only facilities, as well as opportunities for synergies through sharing of overhead, marketing, and a reservoir of potential customers.Course learning objectives include: The approximate capital investment required for 40 and 80 run boarding operations How to plan the size and space needed to add boarding to a vet practice Best practices for kennel layout and designTuesday, February 20, 2018Noon EST/11 AM CST/10 AM MST/9 AM PSTAdding Boarding to Your Vet Practice1 Continuing Education Credit for Veterinarians Register now! Space is limited so don't delay. Time will be allotted for questions and answers in the last part of the hour.Register now or contact us to schedule a presentation that is approved for RACE CE credit.PresenterGreg Taylor is President and CEO of the Mason Company, a leading designer and manufacturer of animal housing for the veterinary, boarding and shelter markets, as well as animal control, military and working dogs, research, zoos, exotic animals any application where animals need to be enclosed securely, humanely and under demanding conditions. Mason Company was founded in 1892 and has developed the widest product line in the industry, many with innovative designs and features, and has nine patents or patents-pending, including the Sani-Slope and Silvis Seal. Mason Company sells products around the world and has installations in more than 30 countries. Greg has led the company since 2008 and has worked with many of the most successful veterinary hospitals, pet resorts and animal shelters. Greg also serves as executive director of the Mason Foundation for Animal Shelter Design, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that enables animal shelters to work with architects and needs assessment providers on their projects.Mason Company is proud to be a RACE Approved Provider and offer CE credit to veterinarians. Find out more about continuing education programs offered for veterinarians or email info@MasonCo.com or call 1-800-543-5567.
Event type: On Demand CE
Sponsor: Mason Co
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