You will work closely with the Shelter Medicine Team to provide excellent medical care to the animals that enter our shelter. Collaboration with the Chief Veterinarian and Shelter Medicine team is essential to assess, create, maintain, improve and implement effective protocols for preventive care, treatment, population management, and operational processes. You will perform high-quality, high-volume surgical procedures and develop ongoing treatment plans. We will count on you to ensure compliance with all laws regarding the practice of veterinary medicine and animal welfare.
HIGH VOLUME SPAY/NEUTER VET
The high volume spay/neuter staff veterinarian is a trained and licensed veterinarian with excellent surgical skills who is able to perform approximately 25 surgeries a day.
HVHQ (High Volume,High Quality) surgeon
The Animal Coalition of Tampa (a 501(c) 3 providing affordable spay/neuter & wellness services to pets and community cats of Tampa Bay since 2002) is currently seeking an en
Full-Time Veterinarian in So. Florida - 501(c)3 Non-Profit ($95,000-$110,000) (NO INCOME TAX)
Looking to make a difference for cats and the community while doing the work you love. Cats Exclusive, Inc is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization with a mission to help the community by providing high-quality reduced cost veterinary services to the community while reducing feline overpopulation and rehabilitating homeless cats for adoption. We are seeking a Full Time Veterinarian who will oversee the medical center that works hand in hand with our 40-year-old non-profit Cat Adoption Center in Margate, Florida. Our medical practice is confined primarily to cats and some small dogs. We are also looking to add Part-time and Relief vets to our staff to expand our services to the community.
VOCAL (Voices of Change Animal League) is actively seeking a Spay-Neuter Veterinarian to join our 501c3 animal welfare non-profit and work in our
Clinical Assistant Professor in Mobile Surgery/Shelter Medicine.
Purdue University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences invites applications from qualified individuals for a full-time (100%, 12 months)
Veterinarian for a brand new clinic
The Cape Coral Animal Shelter Veterinary Clinic is seeking a compassionate, team orientated veterinarian to join our clinic and shelter veterinary staff. Experience is a plus, however, new graduates are encouraged to apply. We understand that mentorship is a must for a new DVM, and our experienced veterinarians are excited to share their vast clinical and surgical experience with the right candidate.