Animal Medical and Surgical Center of Coshocton

All aspects of treating small and large animals at a rural veterinary hospital: Soft tissue surgeries, spays, neuters, tumor removals, enterotomy, orthopedics, fracture repairs, ACL repairs, luxating patella repairs. Also daily appointments requiring internal medicine, patient care and business management, Small amount of farm travel but in hospital large animal treatment and surgery.
Dual surgical suite, digital radiography, in-house lab, large animal treatment facility, dental equipment, laser surgery, ultrasound, video otescope, doppler blood pressure, EKG pulse ox, tonovet, vet truck.
  • Library
  • Computer databases
  • Diverse experiences of a doctor of 35 years
  • Doctors with 5 to 10 years experience
  • 1 doctor with practice experience from Egypt
  • An active county vet association that meets monthly.
  • I would expect the student to work 45 hours per week and with emergencies as they occur.
  • Professional attitude and attire.
  • Student will be expected to take history and make a diagnosis and treatment plan and then discuss it with the case doctor before the doctor goes in to see the client and then discusses option with student listening.
  • Assist in surgery with doctor supervision.
  • Student will be expected to participate in all phases of a veterinary practice.
24 hours a day 7 days a week. Office hours are 6 am to 8 pm through the week, 7 am to 3 pm on Saturday, emergency on-call is available at all other times. This student will be under the specific direct supervision of Dr. Darr. The student will also have direct access to 3 other vets and 5 registered technicians 24-7. Our office is manned by vets from 6 AM to 8 PM with on call doctors all other times.
The Animal Medical and Surgical Center of Coshocton
23921 Airport Road
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
(740) 622-0013
(740) 622-2170
drdarr [at] dragonbbs [dot] com
Dr. Cathrine Allyn Darr
Updated: 02/08/11