We are a busy mixed practice looking to add another full time doctor to our team! We currently have 4 full time veterinarians and 2 part time veterinarians. Our practice is well established within the community, and we offer excellent mentorship if needed and have a very high doctor retention. Williston has seen a huge increase in population over the last 15 years which has lead us to becoming the largest clinic in our region therefore we see a wide variety of medical and surgical cases that keep veterinary medicine interesting and exciting.
Our practice is mixed animal (approximately 80% companion animal and equine and 20% beef cattle/production animal) and serves a large part of Western North Dakota and Eastern Montana. Remodeled and updated in 2018, the clinic is well equipped with digital and dental x-ray, ultrasound, in-house lab (Abaxis, Progesterone, Zomedica), K-Laser and much more for small animal. We are primarily a haul in facility for large animal emergency work with an indoor chute and stocks. In addition we have outdoor hydraulic chute and portable hydraulic chute for herd work.
We offer a competitive salary with emergency bonus and an excellent benefits package including PTO, Health insurance, Aflac, License/Dues and Continuing Education. Emergency call is shared between the full time veterinarians.
New graduates are encouraged to apply, and we offer mentorship.
Williston is located in Western North Dakota. There is an abundance of outdoor recreation activities (camping, boating, biking, hiking, hunting and fishing) and you will have the time off to enjoy them!
Western Veterinary Clinic is a small and large animal practice. We are able to provide care for a wide variety of animals ranging from reptiles and birds, to cats, dogs, horses and cattle and everything else in between!
It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. Our services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventive care for young, healthy pets; early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages; and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.