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we’re community veterinary partners

Our mission is to bring joy to families by caring for the pets they love. At the end of the day, we’re more than just pet people.

We’re pet people people.
a community built for you.

Community Veterinary Partners was started in 2009 to be a place where veterinary practice owners could get the support they need to focus on what they do best – providing extraordinary care to patients.

We’ve grown from a handful of hospitals in the Northeast to more than 125+ across the country. Every practice still has the name, culture and approach to delivering care that set them apart before joining our community. And as a community, we work hard to live up to the legacy of each one so that they can continue to be there for families.

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  • You call the shots on medical care.
  • You choose your services, formularies, and labs.
  • You keep your name, great culture, and — most importantly — your people.
Take Care of Your People Your team continues working where they love and joins a community that will help them thrive.
  • Employee investment opportunities
  • Professional development and career advancement
  • Industry-leading benefits, including paid parental leave and mental health support
secure your future Reap the rewards of your hard work.
  • Choose a deal structure that works for you
  • Receive a competitive valuation based on short- and long-term strategies
  • Develop plans for succession and growth to help you prepare for what’s next
  • Understand what impacts your business valuation
hear from others like you
  • "When I sold my hospital over 10 years ago, I was afraid I would lose what made my practice so successful for so many years. The reality is that CVP has helped me make it better by providing my team with the support they need to be the best at what they do. CVP allows us to focus on delivering care to each pet in our hospital. We are still a close-knit family and also part of a group of hospitals that share the common goal of being there for clients and their pets when they need us. We have continued to grow and serve more ..."

    Dr. Bob J. Sarsfield Animal Hospital of Dauphin County
  • "When considering the sale of our veterinary hospital, we explored our options. Community Veterinary Partners stood out because their values were so aligned with our own. First and foremost, they trust our veterinary team to make the decisions about care for each pet at the hospital level and empower them to provide the best care possible. The culture in my practice wasn’t disrupted, and I’m proud to be a part of CVP and how they have continued my legacy."

    Dr. Laura Strong Eastside Animal Hospital
  • "Being part of the CVP family opens up opportunities to learn from and share best management practices with other veterinary hospitals. Ultimately, we want to provide the best possible care to our patients and better opportunities for our staff. CVP has allowed our management philosophy and company culture to continue. Our team feels empowered to do the right thing and knows they have good partners by their side to help when they need it."

    Dr. Samuel Geller Quakertown Veterinary Clinic
  • "I previously sold other practices to a different company and later realized that they were not the right fit. This time around, I wanted to be certain that I chose a partner and not just a corporation, which is precisely what I got with CVP. CVP has been open to learning from Coyne Veterinary Services and our unique model. They appreciate what makes us so successful, and we are excited to share that information with our new CVP community members, creating more significant growth opportunities for each hospital. We get to ..."

    Dr. John Coyne Coyne Veterinary Services
  • "The legacy of my veterinary practice is built on the relationships that we cultivated from the very beginning. When I joined CVP, they continued to build and foster those relationships with the staff, our clients, and our community. It takes a village to be successful, and CVP truly creates a partnership with their hospitals to build that village. Clients always admired our team for the compassion they showed to them and their pets and CVP appreciates and shares our philosophy to provide the best client and patient ..."

    Dr. Richard Hawkins Colony Park Animal Hospital
  • "It’s a great partnership with CVP. I rest easy knowing that I have steady hands focusing on the business, which allows me to spend more time on what I really love: Helping Quakertown’s patients. Partnering with CVP ensures our employees, patients, and community will continue to receive the care they deserve. They have always encouraged exchanging ideas between lead veterinarians and practice managers that are fundamental to enhancing practice growth."

    Dr. Randy Bimes Quakertown Veterinary Clinic
  • "We sold to CVP on September 1, 2021 and before that, we started from scratch about seven years ago. I was very committed to my hospital, my staff, and everything that we had created. So, we partnered with CVP because of their partnership qualities. We wanted to keep our same culture, identity, and all the things that we had created. We also live in a small town, so we didn’t want that corporate feel. We wanted everyone to feel like we were still our same small-town hospital. And since we sold to CVP, that definitely has been ..."

    Dr. Amy Nicewonger Alpha Veterinary Services
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We look forward to hearing from you and learning more about you and your hospital.