Veterinarian Funding

There are nearly 54,000 veterinary businesses in the United States, earning over $51 billion in revenue in 2019. Nurture your practice and provide the best possible care with up to $500,000 in funding from Greenbox Capital® in as little as 24 hours.

Fast, Direct Veterinarian Funding

The veterinary field is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States thanks to the growth of the pet population, increased use of pet insurance, and rising awareness for animal welfare. 

Whether you treat housepets and other small animals or large animals and livestock, pet owners and farmers expect first-rate veterinary care, including services ranging from pet grooming and boarding to routine examinations and both surgical and non-surgical treatments. Sometimes, your veterinary practice needs an infusion of funds to keep up with these demands and continue to provide the highest level of care. You may be able to get the loan you need from a traditional lender, but the process can take months, requires extensive paperwork, and there’s no guarantee of approval. 

As an alternative lender, Greenbox Capital can approve more veterinarian loans than traditional lenders, often with funds deposited in as little as one business day.

Veterinarian Funding Solutions

We provide multiple types of small business funding to grow your veterinary practice. Our friendly, knowledgeable Funding Advisors will work closely with you to determine what type of veterinarian funding will help you grow your practice without compromising your cash flow.

Merchant Cash Advance

You’ll receive working capital now, and we’ll receive a percentage of your daily or weekly credit card sales until the terms of the advance have been met. Ideal for businesses with a high volume of credit card sales.

Merchant Cash Advance

Small Business Loan

Our business capital loans are typically between $20,000 and $60,000, but start as low as $3,000 and reach as high as $500,000 depending on the needs of your business. Ideal for businesses seeking short-term financing to grow.

Small Business Loan

Collateral Loan

A secured loan that uses commercial real estate to reduce the cost of the loan. With a secured loan, small business owners can often qualify for more funding or better terms. Ideal for businesses looking for longer-term funding options.

Collateral Loan

Business Line of Credit

Borrow as much or as little as you need without the obligations of a fixed term loan. Draw and repay as you go and pay interest only on the portion of money you borrow. Ideal for businesses looking for flexible funding.

Business Line of Credit

Invoice Factoring

Sell us your pending invoices in exchange for the net amount in cash. You’ll receive the balance of the invoices’ value when we receive payment (minus our fee). Ideal for businesses with long accounts receivable periods.

Invoice Factoring

How To Use Veterinarian Funding

Veterinary businesses face a number of unique challenges. Your practice may need a quick infusion of funds to help overcome these obstacles, such as:

  • Increasing competition from other veterinary practices, especially for small animals and housepets
  • Keeping up with industry standards and maintaining compliance with regulatory organizations
  • High cost of specialized veterinary equipment
  • Completing regular training and certifications or continuing education to stay on the cutting edge
  • Decreased demand for livestock veterinary services

An alternative veterinarian loan can also provide the cash flow you need to improve or expand your practice. Use your funding to:

  • Purchase medical supplies or inventory
  • Upgrade or purchase new equipment
  • Add new services, such as grooming or boarding services
  • Invest in additional training to maintain high standards of care
  • Expand to or open another location
  • Offer educational seminars for pet owners
  • Boost marketing and promotional efforts

How Veterinarian Funding Works

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    Submit your 1-page application

    After you submit your application, a Funding Advisor will reach out to you within 1 hour (during regular business hours) to discuss your options.

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    Choose your funding

    Your Funding Advisor will work closely with you to determine which small business funding option will help you achieve your goals without compromising cash flow.

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    Get funded

    Once you and your Funding Advisor determine what funding option will work best for your business, your funding can be approved and deposited within 24 hours.

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    Repay your funding

    Repayment terms will depend on what kind of veterinary loan you use. Terms are set in advance so you know what to expect and can plan accordingly.

Will You Qualify?

At Greenbox Capital, approval for veterinarian funding is based on the overall health of your business, not just your credit score. Here are some factors we consider:

  • Business revenue
  • Cash flow
  • Vendor payment history
  • Years in business
  • Public records

Why Get Funded by Greenbox Capital?

Competition is expected to increase as the veterinary industry continues to grow. Opportunities to outshine your competitors and grow your practice can be short-lived, and you may not have the time to navigate the rigorous process of applying for working capital funding from a traditional lender. With our faster approval process, you can get an alternative veterinarian practice loan you need from Greenbox Capital in as little as one business day.

Just like you take the time to get to know your patients, we will take the time to get to know you and your business so that we can provide the funding you need to grow without over-leveraging your business. We are proud to provide responsible funding, and will always put your best interest first.

Veterinarian Funding Q&A

Q: I am expanding my veterinarian practice by adding a new location. What type of veterinarian funding is best to achieve this goal?

A: Expanding your practice is an ideal use of veterinarian funding. We offer several funding options to help you access the working capital you need to add a new location, from small business loans to business lines of credit. Contact one of our knowledgeable Funding Advisors to select the right program for you.

Q: I accrued a lot of student debt during veterinary school. Should I use a small business loan to pay off my school loans?

A: We always recommend using alternative funding to grow your veterinarian practice. Please speak with a Funding Advisor to discuss the best ways to use your loan and learn more about what funding options can help support your objectives.