Relief Veterinarian

VIP Petcare New York City , NY 10008

Posted 3 weeks ago

VIP Petcare is improving the lives of pets and the people who love them! We are currently looking for dedicated, professional veterinarians who have a passion for pet wellness and prevention. Our Community Clinics and Wellness Centers provide high quality preventive and wellness pet care services including diagnostic tests, vaccinations, preventive medications, microchipping, nail trims and a wellness check commensurate with the services administered. We are lucky to work with some of the best veterinarians in the country; whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned Veterinarian looking to further advance veterinary care in our communities, we would like to connect with you about our open opportunities.

Benefits of working with VIP Petcare:

  • Flexible scheduling that fits your life.

  • As the licensed Veterinarian YOU control all medical decisions made at the clinic.

  • We provide trained staff to setup/break down the clinic as well as process our clients through the clinic. Your focus is on the pets.

  • As a relief/contract veterinarian you can advertise and promote your own business and refer clients to your practice for their full service veterinary needs.

  • Making a difference in your community

  • Discounts on VIP Petcare vaccines and services.


  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

  • License in good standing with applicable state veterinary board

  • Comfortable providing services (vaccinations/blood draws/microchipping) in front of clients

  • Excellent bedside manner

  • Able to provide services in a fast paced environment

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