Classifieds - Practices/Equipment for Sale

Thriving Vet Practice opportunity in Franklin County, VT. 
Established in 2002 it has grown to be a very busy, profitable practice with a loyal clientele. Full in-house Abaxis Lab, digital X-Ray, and surgery.  The current owner is looking to retire but is willing to help with a transition.  Very motivated seller.  For more information contact [email protected] or [email protected]. (posted 5/18)


Champlain Valley Small Animal Mobile Clinic for sale - Owner Retiring
An established and respected mobile clinic serving Addison County, Vermont since 2001.  2014 Promaster van equipped with a SCIL ABC+ ( cbc-differential), ABAXIS VS2 ( chemistry), ABAXIS PRO ( aPTT, PTT), VETSCAN ( canine pancreatic lipase, flex 4, etc),  ABAXIS ECG telemedicine, UA analyzer,  tonometer, microscope, centrifuge, refrigerator, full pharmacy, Dymo and Canon printers, fully computerized.  Two amazing full-time employees.  The clinic has been valued by a licensed broker.

On a personal note, this mobile clinic has been a labor of love for me.  I have strived to always be professional and to incorporate the latest in technology to better serve my patients and their families.  This is a golden opportunity for someone to take this sophisticated mobile clinic to the next level.  The local community has completely embraced mobile veterinary medicine. Technology continues to provide more options for mobile veterinary care.  The growth is exponential and, above all,  it's a wonderful way of life.

Please call or email me should you like to discuss the clinic in more detail.  [email protected]. 802-349-8600 (posted 4/1)

Fuji FCR XC-1 Digital X-Ray system for sale - Green Mountain Animal Hospital
Plates and Computer System included. Works well but the computer will need to be cleaned up.  Asking $4500 OBRO. Pick-up only. Questions can be directed to Cara Tatro, Practice Manager. Email: 
[email protected].  (posted 3/9)



Free Vivid 7 Dimension ultrasound - PEAK Veterinary Referral
The equipment is complete and in good working order.  The tech is outdated enough that a buy-back program does not qualify.  Contact Sherry Coburn, Peak Veterinary Referral, [email protected] for additional information.  (posted 2/10)

Equipment for Sale - Cats VT Clinic closing December 2021
Contact Cats Vermont, 802-863-2470, [email protected]. (posted 2/3)

1.  Portable Dental Machine $300 OBO

Hi-speed, Low Speed
Newly replaced water reservoir
External air compressor needed (can be included w/ machine)
Two interchangeable drill heads included. 



2.  Digital Xray Machine - 
Scan X Pro Digital X-ray scanner 
Large(15x18) and small (11x13) x-ray plates
Box of Dental X-ray supplies
Cart to hold the scanner
Gowns/gloves/thyroid protectors
X-ray table with bucky and generator

Total for all $6000.  This price is for the Scan X Pro and the x-ray plates. Everything else we will just include.  We also have a dental x-ray machine as well.   The Scan X Pro Scanner is a combo: it develops body image x-rays and dental x-rays. The only thing you would need to get is a laptop and you would have to purchase the software and support. We use TigerView software and the support is $995 annually.
3. Stainless Steel Surgery Table $200
Adjustable tilt, non-heated, 22 inches wide x 60 inches long x 35 inches tall.  In good condition. 



Seeking Used Equipment for Kingdom Animal Shelter, a cat-only shelter in Saint Johnsbury VT
The Kingdom Animal Shelter is looking for equipment to set up basic nursing care and intake needs for the cats coming into the shelter. If you have any of the following in storage you'd be willing to sell or donate it would be greatly appreciated!   Dr. Sally Schlueter, 802-274-0386, [email protected]

  • Otoscope/opthalmascope set,
  • autoclave,
  • centrifuge for blood sample processing,
  • fluid pump,
  • fluids pole,
  • small instruments for wound care and cold pack,
  • tray table,
  • tonopen,
  • sundry canisters


Seeking used wheelchairs and carts - BEVS: 
We are seeking donated carts (wheelchairs) that might be lying around in veterinary offices in Vermont.  We try to keep a small supply to have on hand that can be used long or short term for clients who may not be able to afford a new custom cart or need it in the short term.  Please contact Dr. Pam Levin, 802-863-2387, for more information or to donate.