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Large, Modern, Luxury Dog Care Facility!Fantastic Opportunity - Highly Successful Business!
$175,000 Cash Flow: $50,000
Large, Modern, Luxury Dog Care Facility!Fantastic Opportunity - Highly Successful Business!

Lincoln, NE

Welcome to your new dream business! Doggie Daycare, Grooming, Training, and More in a Conveniently located, fully renovated, state-of-the-art facility! This Doggie Daycare has been offering safe, comfortable, and fun services since 2014. The business is highly regarded, with extensive 5-Star reviews on social media. This facility is well-known for providing compassionate, loving care to all pets. The unprecedented appeal and potential for dog care is growing at a rapid pace not only because of increasing demand, but also because pets are seen as part of the family. Consumers are choosy when relying on a facility to care for their pets, and this facility's highly regarded reputation allows for increased visibility for new and potential clients. Dog care is no longer limited to traditional kennels, and modern facilities like this now offer increased options from doggie daycare to training classes and more!

2-Location Large Animal Vet Practice
$1,400,000 Cash Flow: $387,545 Seller Financing
2-Location Large Animal Vet Practice

NE

Financial Overview List Price: $1,400,000 Gross Sales 2017: $2,458,487 2016: $2,365,421 2015: $2,590,362 Owner Profit/Cash Flow 2017: $387,545 2016: $342,792 Profit Margin: 15% Multiple: 3.54 *Multiples range from 1-5, with the average being 3 Valuation: 2017 Cash Flow x Multiple = Price $387,545 x 3.63 = $1,406,788 Purchase Price: $1,400,000 10% Buyer Down Payment: $140,000 15% Seller Financing: $210,000 75% Bank Loan: $1,050,000 A 10% down payment of $140,000 would yield a first-year profit of $156,497 after debts. Description Specializing in cattle operations, this two-location large animal vet practice is up for sale. Owned and operated by 3 practicing DVM’s, the sellers are looking to slowly transition out of the operation over the next 3 years, and are looking for an absentee owner to take interest in the business now. All three owners split time between the two locations, and are helped by two non-owner DVM’s. While the practice has operations in two different towns, the distance between both is just a 15-minute drive. Specializing in the care of cattle, roughly 80% of services are focused on cow/calf and feedlot operations, including processing facilities. A large part of services involves dispensation of medication and antibiotics, and comprises 1/4 to 1/3 of income. The vets also assist with swine operations, equine facilities and small animal concerns. Six feed yard technicians, helping with the examination and treatment of animals, assist the vets. Each location has an office manager to handle daily operations and run the facilities, including A/R, A/P and payroll. Facilities include corrals to hold animals dropped off for longer-term care. A growth opportunity exists in increasing small animal care, which currently only comprises about 8% of income. Even without that increase, a 10% down payment of $140,000 would yield a first-year profit of $156,497 after debts.


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