Want to work for an experienced veterinarian (a bit of a Dolittle) that treats predominantly (like 95% to 5%) dogs and cats to everything from exotics, potbelly pigs, sheep/goats and birds - psittacine to poultry in a small town community. So the idea is simple, we treat everything but horses. Why not horses? I think you know. If you don't like seeing a chinchilla, chicken, or a sheep etc. .. it's okay, the front desk will schedule it for the other doctor. The main thing is to have a love of small animal medicine and a desire to heal and care for each patient as if it were your own. At least that is how I see it. I still can't believe that I get to help people by healing their pets and get paid to do it! I would probably be doing this even if I did not get paid, crazy right. Being that the practice does get paid and appreciated we can offer ultrasound, CO 2 laser, in house lab, pharmacy, acupuncture etc... Thank God for a great client base who can afford the kind of medicine and surgery that would make your mother proud. The practice is located on a peninsula of the eastern shore. The area is at its best in the spring and fall but by February you will be tired of the cold and by August tired of the heat. Overall, it is a special place to live while still accessible to the big cities if you want. The team is supportive and caring and will do whatever it takes to cure and heal the sick with you. The reality of on call is not that bad, and thanks to the millennials creating an environment of sharing and cooperation it is few and far between. What I mean is that the new generation of vets has inspired a system of shared on call between three local hospitals so that on call would be two Wednesdays per month and one weekend every six weeks or so. Not that bad. Need to switch or trade on call, it is okay, life is too short to stress over little stuff. Want to do more medicine or more surgery? I can't promise it will be all one or the other but it can definitely be tilted one way or the other. So there you have it. A place to learn and grow as a veterinarian with a team behind you to make it happen. Interested? Let's chat.
About All Pets Veterinary Hospital
All Pets Veterinary Hospital is a predominately small animal practice with some exotics and mixed pet/farm animal.