Full-time, experienced Associate Veterinarian wanted for progressive and well-established 11,000 square foot facility. We are an exclusive small animal, highly diagnostic, 9-doctor, AAHA accredited practice in the heart of Las Vegas. Our hospital has great support staff with an above average DVM:Licensed Tech ratio. Our services include: Digital radiology, Ultrasound, I-131 center, Reproduction with Semen storage, Endoscope, Laparoscopy, Laser Therapy, Stem Cell Processing and Therapy, In-house labs, Orthopedic and Dental equipment.
Soft tissue surgery experience, interest into other areas of medicine, along with someone who enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine including challenging cases, emergency medicine, wellness visits, and has excellent client and team communications skills would be an ideal fit. To learn more about our hospital please visit our website at www.diah.com. Email your resume today: email@example.com
Associate position in mixed animal practice. Large and varied medical and surgical caseload. Shared doctor emergency duties. Great equipment, staff, and clientele. Vehicle provided, CE provided, paid vacation, buy in option. New graduates welcome. Please call, fax, or e-mail resume to Linn Veterinary Hospital, 6011 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, OR. 97322. Phone: 541-926-0291, Fax: 541-928-2957, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Part-time Small Animal Veterinarian for Seattle Animal Shelter. The Seattle Animal Shelter, a program dedicated to providing exceptional treatment to ensure the comfort and wellbeing of all animals and critters entrusted to its care, is seeking part-time Veterinarians looking for a rewarding professional experience with a flexible schedule. The Shelter’s Veterinarians will examine, evaluate and treat Shelter animals upon intake and during their stay, performing procedures that include (but not limited to) prescribing and administering medications and anti-parasite treatments, treating minor wounds or infections, requesting tests and lab work, referring more serious medical matters to private veterinary practices, and performing humane euthanasia on an as-needed basis. In addition, Shelter Veterinarians maintain medical records and drug-use logs and assist staff in developing and implementing medical-related policies and procedures to veterinary and sheltering practice standards. Finally, this is also an opportunity to develop skills in the relatively new and growing field of veterinary forensics. The Seattle Animal Shelter has a team of Humane Animal Law Enforcement Officers who regularly conduct criminal investigations into animal cruelty. The Shelter’s Veterinarians may assist with these investigations by examining animals who may be victims of these crimes and their living conditions on scene when necessary. The Shelter’s Veterinarians would document their findings for the criminal case and testify in court as needed.
Minimum of one (1) year of professional veterinary medical experience.
Current Veterinary license for Washington State in good standing and Drug Enforcement
Administration (DEA) Licensure.
Veterinary experience with a variety of domestic animals, reptiles, birds, and critters is desirable.
Membership with the International Veterinary Forensic Sciences Association (IVFSA) or IVFSA conference attendance is a plus.
References required upon request.
Pay Rate: Depending on experience.
Contact: Cameron Miller @ 206-648-0508 or Cameron.Miller@Seattle.gov for more information