Shelter Medicine Resident
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Shelter Medicine Resident! The starting salary is $73,216 annually.
Community & Shelter Veterinarian
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Community & Shelter Veterinarian! The Community & Shelter Veterinarian is responsible for the examination and medical treatment of animals under the care and custody of San Diego Humane Society and the Community Veterinary Program. Starting range is between $115,000 – $143,000 per year. Sign-on bonus and negotiable relocation bonus available.
San Diego Humane Society is hiring a Veterinarian for our Community Veterinary Program! The Community Program Veterinarian has oversight of medicine and surgery operations and champions the cause of vital CVP programs. This is a permanent position that has been named in recognition of a generous donation from Dr. Francine Deutsch and Dr. Carole Leland. Starting range is between $120,750 – $143,000 per year. Sign-on bonus and negotiable relocation bonus available.
Wellness Veterinarian conducting timed wellness appointments, ensuring thorough examinations, and providing top-notch medical care.
Veterinarian - Southern Region
Looking to help at-risk animals in a new and challenging way? Come join a leader in animal welfare! The Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) is looking for a full-time Veterinarian to join our team. This newly created position will be a roughly 50/50 split between our Racine and Kenosha Campuses with the possibility of occasional/rare shifts at our Milwaukee Campus.
The Pet Advocate is a privately owned spay, neuter and wellness center that provides services for healthy pets. We provide affordable spay, neuter, dental and wellness services for local animal shelters, rescue organizations and the general public.
Spay/Neuter Veterinarian for Non-Profit
Pets Alive is seeking a veterinarian who will be a part of a highly specialized and passionate team of technicians.
WCVC, formally Spay Me! Clinic, has been a vital resource in the animal care and welfare world for nearly 15 years. We have grown and evolved since our establishment in 2008, becoming more comprehensive in our care. In 2022, we changed our name to reflect what we have become and re-align our mission with all that we now do. We may have a new look, but we are still the same team of experienced, caring professionals. We are here for you just as we have always been, and we are excited for the opportunities that come with representing ourselves as WCVC.