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.
VETERINARIAN VI - LARGE ANIMAL NECROPSY DIRECTOR
The Veterinarian IV, Agriculture position at the Maryland Department of Agriculture manage the resources and activities of the Salisbury Animal Health Laboratory large animal necropsy area and provide pathology services (perform necropsies and interpret test reports) for domestic animals, primarily livestock and poultry, to provide accurate and timely diagnostic serves and guidance to farmers, private and public animal health professionals.
We are seeking a full-time/part-time veterinarian to perform Spay/Neuters at our clinic. We are a low-cost clinic that offers services for low-to-no-income clients. We offer around 25-30 sterilization surgery each day.
Our clinic is looking for a surgeon to perform 25-30 Spay/Neuter Surgeries a day. We are a low-cost, non-profit clinic that helps low-to-no-income clients. If you are looking for a 4-day work week (Monday through Thursday), enjoy a positive work environment, and have a passion for helping animals in need, then please contact us!
Veterinary Medical Director
This position functions as the lead veterinarian and is responsible for establishing and maintaining the Humane Society of North Central Florida’s standard of care The Veterinary Medical Director (VMD) will lead the veterinary team to provide high quality care within the high quality, high volume, low cost community Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic.
HQHVSN Veterinarian for Progressive Animal Welfare Organization
Join us to save lives and address Florida's pet overpopulation crisis! We're expanding the veterinary services we provide to our region and as a HQHVSN vet you will be a critical part of our team working to support animals and people in the Palm Beach County area and beyond!