What practice transition looks like with CareVet
What practice transition looks like with CareVet

There’s a lot to think about when it comes to selling your practice. If you’ve ever wondered what others in your position have experienced during their practice transition, you’re not alone.

Hear the stories of three St. Louis DVMs that sold their hospitals to CareVet. They’ll explain how they selected a partner, their experience during the sale process and what life as a part of the CareVet network is like for them.

During this panel discussion, they discuss:

  • The importance of cultural alignment between you and the partner you choose.
  • What your team can expect during the transition process.
  • CareVet’s story and core values.

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Dr. Rhiannon McKnight

Dr. McKnight is a graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College and completed an Internship of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Georgia. She has been practicing at Vet Stop Animal Hospital for twenty-five years. Her special interests include general surgery, nutrition, veterinary dentistry and routine preventative medicine. She volunteers for the Endangered Wolf Sanctuary as the Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees.

Dr. Nicholas Pisoni

Dr. Pisoni graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982. He completed a post-graduate internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Pisoni’s special interests are general surgery and orthopedics. Dr. Pisoni is a member of the Greater St. Louis, Missouri, and American Veterinary Medical Associations and a member of the Veterinary Information Network.

Dr. Butch Jones

Dr. Jones graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995 after serving four years in the US Army’s Veterinary Corps. He opened Jones Animal Health Clinic in September of 1996 and moved to the current clinic in 2005. His special interests include surgery.