Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico
With a portfolio of experience that includes hospital ownership, business and real-estate education, and academic honors, Dr. Farquer offers insightful advice to clients who are buying or selling practices. He has received training in accounting, business practices, appraisals, business assessment, and corporate management.
Dr. Farquer holds veterinary licenses in California, Montana, Colorado, and Wyoming. Graduating with a doctorate in veterinary medicine with honors from Colorado State University, Dr. Farquer also was a Boettcher Scholar. He has completed advanced research projects in equine orthopedics, an externship in equine surgery and medicine, and academic program development in swine production medicine and bovine herd health analysis.
Dr. Farquer frequently lectures at veterinary conferences, is a charter member of the Association of Veterinary Practice Management Consultants and Advisors now know as VetPartners, and belongs to several veterinary associations. He originally received his certification in business appraisals from NACVA earning the Certified Valuation Analyst. He’s currently a member of the International Society of Certified Veterinary Appraisers and has completed over 1000 veterinary practice appraisals over the past two decades.
From expertise in practice valuations to real estate, Dr. Dardalee Bussell can help guide your decisions when buying or selling a veterinary practice. She has business and real-estate education in investment strategies, appraisals, business practices, law, finance, and property management.
She holds real-estate licenses in several states and veterinary licenses in California, Montana, Colorado, and Wyoming. Dr. Bussell earned her doctorate in veterinary medicine with honors from Colorado State University and continues to practice small animal medicine part-time.