We are looking for a Veterinarian(s) to diagnose and treat our clients’ animals. You will also perform medical assessments and surgeries on our shelter animals that will be going up for adoption. Our clinic specializes in dogs, cats and occasionally smaller animals. Your day-to-day as a Vet includes performing surgeries on injured animals, treating wounds, spaying and neutering, dentals, and prescribing medicine. If you love being around animals and are committed to offering them the best possible healthcare, we’d like to meet you. Ultimately, you’ll act as the point of contact for pet owners, whether it’s to treat illnesses and injuries or to advise on animal nutrition and general care.
Examine animals and check their health status
Diagnose illnesses and determine the best treatment
Dress wounds of injured animals
Vaccinate animals to prevent diseases
Spay and neuter surgeries
Advise pet owners on nutrition, preventive healthcare and general care
Update client records
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract
We offer paid holidays, paid PTO, employer paid health insurance for employee.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $0.00 to $182,000.00 /year
Work experience as a Veterinarian
Experience conducting various types of surgeries, vaccinations and health checks on animals
Knowledge of medical equipment (e.g. X-ray machines) and anesthesia procedures
Excellent communication skills with the ability to explain medical terms and conditions using simple language
Availability to work Saturdays: 8-noon
Patience and a love for animals
Licensed in Florida
About Pet Pal Rescue, Inc.
Pet Pal Rescue, was founded in the early 1980's due to the high number of animals that were being euthanized due to pet overpopulation and neglect. By 1988, Pet Pal Rescue became a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. In 2008, Pet Pal built a low cost spay/neuter clinic, and in 2009, we expanded our services and changed the clinic’s name to Pet Pal Veterinary Clinic. At the clinic, we offer exams and procedures at affordable rates to the general public, aiding the fight to reduce the number of pets that are relinquished to shelters each year.