P.E.T.S., a well established and fast growing mixed animal practice with a strong focus on equines, seeks a Large Animal Veterinarian who is compassionate and prioritizes patient care. The candidate must be interested in continuing education and working with proven leading-edge technologies and techniques to offer best-in-class care for our patients.
Our practice consists of general and preventative medicine, lameness diagnostics, pre-purchase exams, dentistry, reproduction, allergy testing and treatments as well as alternative and emergency medicine.
We are located in Monroe, Washington, approximately 1 hour northeast of Seattle and 2 hours south of Vancouver, British Columbia with easy access to both the Cascade Mountains and Puget Sound. The area offers numerous recreational opportunities such as hiking, boating, fishing and skiing.
Our staff is friendly and supportive and our clients are enthusiastic. Practice progressive, service-oriented, quality medicine in beautiful Snohomish County. We offer a wonderful, self-directed work atmosphere and attractive flexibility.
For more information, contact Darby Hart, Practice Administrator, P.E.T.S., 10212 273rd Ave SE, Monroe, WA., 98272. (360) 794-5409. (360) 794-1020 (Fax). For more information about the practice, its culture and the services offered, please visit http://www.proequine-dvm.com/. New graduates are welcome to apply.
We are looking for a practitioner that is proficient with dental floats, digital radiology, ultrasound and lameness diagnostics.
Any level of experience will be considered, but the veterinarian needs to be:
Able to ask questions of clients and ask for assistance from other veterinarians and staff as needed
Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
Efficient at multi-tasking
Safe and effective patient handling
A timely problem solver
In addition the candidate should be personable and a team player. A love of equines and personal equine involvement is strongly preferred.
Candidates must be able to lift up to 40 pounds without assistance. Additionally, the ability to bend, twist and squat for extended periods of time will be required in this position. This is a mobile service and as such, candidates may be exposed to inclement weather.
Washington State veterinary license
USDA accreditation preferred
Current driver's license with a clean driving record
Additional Salary Information: The compensation includes salary and benefits.
Private mixed animal practice in western Washington State with a primary focus on equine.