The Logan Development Group is conducting a confidential recruitment for a HVHQSN Surgeon with demonstrated passion about ending pet overpopulation and preventing unwanted litters with the Humane Society of South Mississippi (HSSM) in Gulfport, MS. HSSM is a well-established, fast-paced two doctor practice with a strong focus in shelter medicine, spay/neuter, and affordable wellness services for the community. HSSM offers many services to provide the best comprehensive care to patients including radiology, comprehensive in-house laboratory diagnostics, surgical suite, veterinary pharmacy on-site & online, and more.
Mississippi Spay & Neuter is growing and we are looking for a skilled, compassionate part-time veterinarian to add to our team! MS SPAN is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the suffering, homelessness and unnecessary euthanasia of cats and dogs in Central Mississippi by providing high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter and wellness services. We envision a world where every companion animal has a loving home and family. Supervised by: Dr Megan Craven, Lead Veterinarian SUMMARY Responsible for medical care provided to clinic patients in accordance with established policies and procedures. Supervise and provide highest quality medical care possible to patients served through our spay/neuter and wellness services in a humane and professional manner. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. -Perform 24+ feline spay/neuter surgeries or 16+ canine spay/neuter surgeries in 5-6 hour time frame (8:30am-3:30pm) twice weekly -Provide basic exams and wellness services for cats and dogs one day per week, 8:30am-3:30pm.
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.