Humane Society of Sheboygan County (HSSC) is a 501(c) 3 organization providing shelter and medical care for over 2,500 animals each year. HSSC intakes animals from Sheboygan County, overpopulated facilities, and hoarding/neglect cases. It provides a low-cost spay/neuter program to the public and a TNR program.We are looking for a skilled veterinarian who is comfortable in a fast-paced environment. The veterinarian would also help maintain a shelter of 100-150 animals. Candidates must be comfortable with pediatric spay/neuter, in heat spays, pregnant spays, feral cat spay/neuter, large dog surgeries, as well as other medical procedures. HSSC houses small animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and birds so experience with small animals is preferred. Responsibilities include: examine and treat animals upon intake, perform spay/neuter surgeries, collect blood/urine for diagnostic testing, communicating medical plans and follow up for shelter animals; determining contagious diseases protocol; performing occasional euthanasia; keeping thorough medical records; providing input on medical protocols; and keep medical expenses within budgetary guidelines by maintaining effective and efficient medical processes. Candidates must possess a DVM degree and be licensed to practice in the State of Wisconsin. Candidates must also hold a valid Wisconsin Controlled Substance and DEA license. Candidates must be a team player with extraordinary communication and problem-solving skills and have a passion for homeless animals as well as people. Candidates must be open to a flexible schedule. Shelter medicine experience preferred.
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