Veterinarian - Relief, Preventive Medicine.

Vetco Clinics Seattle , WA 98113

Posted 3 months ago

We are looking for doctors who are interested in having fun while making a positive impact on the communities we serve!! Licensed veterinarians from all industries and levels of experience are welcome: practice owners, associates, new graduates or experienced, small animal, mixed animal, large animal, equine, emergency / critical care, semi-retired, at-home parent, sales, pharmaceutical, medical director, military, government, etc.

As a relief veterinarian with VETCO clinics, you would be providing preventative care services for healthy dogs and cats. Our friendly, well-trained teams are highly skilled in pet restraint, assisting, client communication, and customer service. They take care of all aspects of the general operation of the clinics, so the veterinarians can focus on the clients, the pets, and just having fun!

Work as many or as few relief shifts as you desire. Create the ideal work-life balance!! Our affordable vaccination clinics are scheduled mostly on Saturdays and Sundays, with weekday evenings in certain areas. There's no minimum number of shifts required to work and as a relief vet, YOU indicate your rate of pay!

To see a list of our locations and tentative scheduled times of operation, please visit our website at www.vetcoclinics.com. You may also directly contact Samantha Nelson, Associate Recruiter at snelson@vetcoclinics.com to learn more about this opportunity to help grateful clients and their pets!!


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Veterinarian - Relief, Preventive Medicine.

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