Want to help save cats and dogs? We need veterinarians who want to do spay/neuter surgeries, work our low-cost vaccine clinic and/or provide shelter medicine for our shelter partners who have asked us to provide services for their shelter animals. In addition to the satisfaction of knowing that you are making a positive impact for the animals in our community along with helping reduce the over population of unwanted cats and dogs in our community, the variety of the work available also keeps the job interesting and provides you with a wide array of experience - including ultrasound, Blood Machine (VS2) and a new Radiograph Unit onsite.
Requirements include a current South Carolina veterinarian license, capability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment, great attention to detail, proficient restraint of dogs and cats, and the ability to handle a physically demanding job. For those interested in being a spay/neuter surgeon, prior surgery experience is required.
High Volume Spay/Neuter Surgery or Shelter Medicine Experience Preferred
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About PETSinc The Carolinas Humane Society
PETSinc was established in December, 1991 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill animal rescue organization primarily serving the Midlands of South Carolina. It was founded by Patricia McQueen and Jane Brundage as an agency to provide an outlet for caring people to re-home abandoned, abused, distressed, and stray animals. The volunteer-only operation became so prolific that a small adoption center was opened in 1993 with full-time employees hired to anchor our programs. PETSinc had become a week-long operation. By 1998, the operation was moved to our present 13-acre site. In 2006, our current 10,000-square-feet adoption center located at 300 Orchard Drive in West Columbia, SC, was opened. In 2010, a low-cost, high quality Neuter Scooter Vet Clinic was opened to provide services for emergency rescues and spaying and neutering surgeries. Added later were expanded provisions or additional veterinary care such as dental services, blood tests, skin treatment, deworming, illness/injury/preventative care, extended hours for the convenience of our clients, as well as networking with nearby rural communities who have little access to high-quality, affordable comprehensive vet care.PETSinc place...s over 3,200 animals into adoption or temporary foster homes each year, while our modest adoption center houses approximately 100 homeless animals at all times who are waiting for their forever families. With each dog or cat that is brought to us, we offer basic vetting and grooming plus lifetime registration with our pet identification programs which helps us return lost pets to their owners. Having grown to helping thousands of distressed pets and their families each year through our comprehensive services, we can boast of nearly 80,000 success stories since our humble beginnings in 1991.