Shelter medicine and high quality/high volume spay neuter in a 501c3 non-profit rescue setting.
will be able to practice and develop spay and neuter surgical skills on
our rescue animals. High quality high volume techniques, including
Miller's knots, ovarian pedicle ties, and pediatric spay and neuter will
be taught. Shelter medicine will also be a focus in our shelter
population of approximately 250 cats and 50-70 dogs.
have one full time and 3 part time veterinarians currently on staff, as
well as four registered veterinary technicians. Our facility has a
large operating room and prep room, in house blood work capability, a
dental machine, and a microscope.
A general library of veterinary textbooks is available, and we do have internet access.
will be expected to pitch in and work hard, and be open to learning and
trying new things. They will need to conduct themselves in a
professional manner and at the high standards in which our team
Veterinary supervision will be available 8-10 hours a day 5 days a week (Monday though Friday).