‘Unleashing’ growth: Maine’s emerging ‘Silicon Valley for animal health’

The room has a chill vibe, with Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” on the sound system, goat-yoga wooden figurines and minimalist décor.

This isn’t some hipster hangout. Rather, it’s the waiting room for Portland’s PetMedic Urgent Care Vet Clinic, sandwiched on Marginal Way between two clinics for human patients. PetMedic is owned by Rarebreed Veterinary Partners, a Portland-based network of 130 veterinary practices in the northeastern U.S. and Florida. Read more

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