Opportunity abounds at Planned PEThood! We have DVM positions open in Spay/Neuter, Wellness, and Shelter Med. Great opportunity for new grads to receive training in these areas.
Veterinarian for wellness clinic and high volume spay/neuter in Middle Georgia specializing in the One Health approach to People & Pets.
Come join our progressive animal shelter medicine team in Greenville, South Carolina! Greenville County Animal Care (“Animal Care”) is looking for a full-time Shelter Veterinarian who is passionate about animal welfare, helping people, and growing our veterinary support resources in our community. This position works under the direction of the Medical Director and Head Shelter Veterinarian and is responsible for medical care and treatment of approximately 7,000 dogs and cats annually. Primary duties include treating animals in foster care, examining newly arrived pets with medical conditions, daily rounds of pets currently in the shelter, assistance with staff training, participation in animal cruelty forensic investigations and/or courtroom testimony, and diagnosis and treatment of animal illnesses and relief from suffering as needed. This position assists the Head Shelter Veterinarian to oversee the care of individual animals while maintaining the overall herd health in an animal shelter setting, and assists in the spay/neuter and pet wellness clinic as needed.
Manager of Operations
Pawmetto Lifeline is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit animal rescue organization solving pet overpopulation in the Midlands. There are over 17,000 homeless pets in the Midlands and over 10,000 are euthanized each year. Our plan uniquely positions us to correct this problem through four distinct initiatives: Adoption, Medical, Rescue Collaboration, and Education efforts.
Safe Place for Animals, in Gallatin, Tennessee, is seeking a compassionate and experienced full-time Veterinarian to provide comprehensive medical care to our vet clinic’s established and growing client base, as well as our shelter animals. Our vet clinic specializes in small/companion animals, particularly dogs and cats.