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Associate Veterinarian

Posted on October 17, 2022

Portland, Oregon

Avian and Exotic Veterinary Care is an independently-owned, exotics-exclusive, specialist-level private practice in Portland, Oregon, and we are looking for the right person to join us as an associate veterinarian. We would like our new veterinarian to be someone who is actively pursuing board certification in an exotics-related specialty (ACZM or ABVP), or is already board-certified. This position involves seeing appointments 3 to 4 days a week.

About AEVC:

AEVC opened in northeast Portland in April 2016 and is Oregon’s only specialist-level avian and exotics private practice. AEVC’s patients include approximately 35% birds, 24% reptiles/amphibians, 40% mammals, and 1% fish/invertebrates, with no domestic dogs or cats seen as patients. Practice capabilities and equipment include Vimago HDVI CT scanning, fluoroscopy, digital radiography, rigid endoscopy, ultrasonography (up to 15MHz), 90 watt Ellman radioscalpel/cautery, and dentistry including rabbits and rodents. During COVID distancing phases, outdoor house-call appointments for flocks, ponds and bee hives are offered in addition to our in-clinic appointments. After-hours emergency appointments are not accepted. Appointments are seen 7 days a week. AEVC’s founder and sole owner is Dr. Lisa Harrenstien, who is a Board Certified Specialist in Zoological MedicineTM and
a graduate of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. AEVC’s associate veterinarian is Dr. Rebecca Mattucks, who is a graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. Our clinic values are compassion, competency, education, integrity and respect. AEVC’s website is www.avianexoticvetcare.com.

Job Summary:

As part of the clinical team at AEVC, this position contributes to veterinary care of privately-owned avian and exotic patients, with less frequent care of wildlife, facility-owned and confiscated avian and exotic patients. Clinical duties encompass comprehensive patient care management, which includes physical examination, microscopic examinations (cytologic, microbiologic, parasitologic), development of diagnostic/treatment plans, gross postmortem examinations, maintenance of medical records, and development/communication of recommendations including preventative medicine, zoonotic disease prevention and management, parasite control, animal housing and animal shipment. Clinical work may also be required in the Portland metropolitan area away from AEVC. Attendance of annual avian/exotics veterinary conferences is encouraged and a continuing education allowance is provided to facilitate travel for these, as well as to cover the expenses of Oregon veterinary licensure and a DEA controlled substances registration.

Essential Duties:

• Provide veterinary medical, surgical, and dental care for all of AEVC’s patients during regular work hours. Respond in a timely manner to clinic communications by email, phone and text message. Complete animal medical records in a timely manner. Maintain client communications and staff communications describing planned and provided care.
• Contribute to and participate in ongoing training for AEVC staff as required to maintain technical competencies.
• Contribute to and participate in training of private caregivers for avian and exotic patients.
• Actively pursue literature searches and continuing education opportunities relevant to avian
and exotic animal medicine.
• Foster good relations with clients, area veterinarians and animal facilities, trainee veterinary students, veterinary technology students and fellow staff by promoting positive attitudes, good will, cooperation, and providing high standards of care.
• Comply with all AEVC policies, procedures, and programs.
• Maintain a valid driver’s license.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.

Compensation/Benefits:

The offered compensation/benefits package includes a modified pro-sal pay structure, plus
health/dental insurance, paid time off, CE fee allowance, veterinary licensure and DEA fees, uniform
allowance, pet care discounts, retirement plan contribution options, flexible scheduling to
accommodate personal obligations, and access to the mental wellness support provided by our
communications coach.

Education/Training Requirements:

1) Possession of a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM or equivalent) degree.
2) One year or more of post-DVM clinical experience.
3) If not already a board certified specialist, the applicant must have active interest in becoming board certified via ACZM or ABVP.
4) Possession of an active Oregon veterinary license, obtained within 1 month after work start date.
5) Possession of a current DEA controlled substances registration within 1 month after work start date.
6) USDA Category 2 Accreditation for use in Oregon, obtained within 1 month after work start date.
7) Possession of a valid Oregon or Washington driver’s license within 1 month after work start date.

Preferred Education/Training Qualifications:

1) Active Diplomate status in the American College of Zoological Medicine or the American Board
of Veterinary Practitioners (Avian, Exotic Companion Mammal, and/or Reptile and Amphibian).
2) Competency with computer-based practice management software, especially AVImark.

Other Skills and Abilities:

• Ability to be organized, self-motivated and independent, with exceptional time management skills.
• Possesses excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively with clients, fellow staff and external stakeholders.
• Possesses computer skills including Google applications, Excel, Word, and database programs.
• Possesses a high degree of emotional intelligence.
• Is comfortable with an everchanging/dynamic workplace and situation-dependent expectations.

Physical Requirements:

The successful applicant must have the ability to see including differentiation of red and green colors,
hear, smell, move about, stoop, kneel, crouch, use arms and hands, climb indoor ladders, handle
objects, tools and controls, stand for several hours and sit for several hours. The successful applicant
must be able to lift and move 30 pounds. The successful applicant must be willing and able to work
with and around large, wild animals as well as very small animals.

If interested in this position, please email Dr. Lisa Harrenstien at AEVC.DrLisa@gmail.com with the
subject line “veterinary specialist position.” In that email, please describe why you are an excellent
candidate for this position, and include your curriculum vitae, as well as names and contact
information for three professional references.

CLINICAL VETERINARY FELLOWSHIP

Posted on October 17, 2022

Portland, Oregon

This 1-year fellowship position is for a graduate veterinarian who is pursuing board certification in the American College of Zoological Medicine (ACZM) or the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP – Avian, Reptile/Amphibian or Exotic Companion Mammal). This fellowship position includes both clinical and scholarly responsibilities. As part of the clinical team at Avian and Exotic Veterinary Care (AEVC), this position contributes to veterinary care of privately-owned avian and exotic patients, with less frequent care of wildlife, facility-owned and confiscated avian and exotic patients. Clinical duties encompass comprehensive patient care management, which includes physical examination, microscopic examinations (cytologic, microbiologic, parasitologic), development of diagnostic/treatment plans, gross postmortem examinations, maintenance of medical records, and development/communication of recommendations including preventative medicine, zoonotic disease prevention and management, parasite control, animal housing and animal shipment. Clinical work may also be required in the Portland metropolitan area away from AEVC. Depending on the Veterinary Fellow’s professional development goals, sample collection for research projects may occur as well as participation in field activities. The Veterinary Fellow’s tasks will be divided between approximately 75% clinical duties and 25% scholarly activities, which will include monthly topic rounds (zoological companion animal based) and may include preparation of manuscripts for
publication. Scholarly activity time may include blocks of time off, for completion of projects at other facilities. Attendance of annual avian/exotics veterinary conferences is encouraged and a continuing education allowance is provided to facilitate travel for these, as well as to cover the expenses of Oregon veterinary licensure and a DEA controlled substances registration. An ACZM Diplomate (Dr. Lisa Harrenstien) and an ABVP-Avian residency trained veterinarian (Rebecca Mattucks) are on staff at AEVC and will give on-site guidance for the Veterinary Fellow. Upon successful completion of the fellowship year, the Veterinary Fellow may be considered for full-time employment at AEVC as an associate veterinarian.

Essential Duties:
• Provide veterinary medical, surgical, and dental care for all of AEVC’s patients during regular
work hours. Respond in a timely manner to clinic communications by email, phone and text
message. Complete animal medical records in a timely manner. Maintain client
communications and staff communications describing planned and provided care.
• Contribute to and participate in ongoing training for AEVC staff as required to maintain
technical competencies.

• Contribute to and participate in training of private caregivers for avian and exotic patients.
• Actively pursue literature searches and continuing education opportunities relevant to avian and exotic animal medicine.
• Actively pursue publication of at least one scientific manuscript as primary author during the fellowship year.
• Foster good relations with clients, area veterinarians and animal facilities, trainee veterinary students, veterinary technology students and fellow staff by promoting positive attitudes, good will, cooperation, and providing high standards of care.
• Comply with all AEVC policies, procedures, and programs.
• Maintain a valid driver’s license.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.

Compensation/Benefits:

The offered compensation/benefits package includes a salary wage of $44,000/year, plus health/dental insurance, paid time off, CE fee allowance, veterinary licensure and DEA fees, uniform allowance, pet care discounts, flexible scheduling to accommodate personal obligations, and access to the support provided by our communications coach. The effective wage of salary plus benefits equals over $28/hour.

About AEVC:

AEVC opened in northeast Portland in April 2016 and is Oregon’s only specialist-level avian and exotics private practice. AEVC’s patients include approximately 35% birds, 24% reptiles/amphibians, 40% mammals, and 1% fish/invertebrates, with no domestic dogs or cats seen as patients. Practice capabilities and equipment include Vimago HDVI CT scanning, digital radiography, rigid endoscopy, ultrasonography (up to 15MHz), 90 watt Ellman radioscalpel/cautery, and dentistry including rabbits and rodents. During COVID distancing phases, outdoor house-call appointments for flocks, ponds and bee hives are offered in addition to our in-clinic appointments. After-hours emergency appointments are not accepted. Appointments are seen 7 days a week. AEVC’s founder and owner is Dr. Lisa Harrenstien, who is a Diplomate of the American College of Zoological Medicine and a graduate of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. AEVC’s associate veterinarian is Dr. Rebecca Mattucks, who is a graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. Our clinic values are compassion, competency, education, integrity and respect. AEVC’s website is www.avianexoticvetcare.com.

Education/Training Requirements:

1) Possession of a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM or equivalent) degree.
2) One year or more of post-DVM clinical experience.
3) Active interest in becoming board certified via ACZM or ABVP.
4) Possession of an active Oregon veterinary license, obtained within 1 month after work start date.
5) Possession of a current DEA controlled substances registration within 1 month after work start date.
6) USDA Category 2 Accreditation for use in Oregon, obtained within 1 month after work start date.
7) Possession of a valid Oregon or Washington driver’s license within 1 month after work start date.

Preferred Education/Training Qualifications:

1) Completion of an avian/exotics internship at a private practice or university.
2) Competency with computer-based practice management software, especially AVImark.

Other Skills and Abilities:

• Ability to be organized, self-motivated and independent, with exceptional time management skills.
• Possesses a strong desire to complete projects.
• Possesses excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively with clients, fellow staff and external stakeholders.
• Possesses computer skills including Google applications, Excel, Word, and database programs.
• Has knowledge of basic research methods and data collection techniques.
• Possesses a high degree of emotional intelligence.
• Is comfortable with an everchanging/dynamic workplace and situation-dependent expectations.

Physical Requirements:

The successful applicant must have the ability to see including differentiation of red and green colors, hear, smell, move about, stoop, kneel, crouch, use arms and hands, climb indoor ladders, handle objects, tools and controls, stand for several hours and sit for several hours. The successful applicant must be able to lift and move 30 pounds. The successful applicant must be willing and able to work with and around large, wild animals as well as very small animals.

If interested in this Veterinary Fellowship position, please email Dr. Lisa Harrenstien at AEVC.DrLisa@gmail.com with the subject line “veterinary fellowship.” In that email, please describe
why you are an excellent candidate for this position, and include your curriculum vitae, as well as
names and contact information for three professional references.

Training Specialist

Posted on September 28, 2022

Richmond, Virginia

DEQ is seeking an individual to join our innovative training team located in Richmond. We are looking for an experienced stormwater plan reviewer with excellent communication skills. If you are passionate about teaching, apply today. For more details, click here.

Full-Time Reptile Oriented Veterinarian Wanted for Exotics Exclusive Practice

Posted on September 16, 2022

Buffalo, NY

Have you noticed reptiles are ruling the world?  ABVP Reptile Amphibian specialist wanted for busy 100% exotics practice experiencing an explosion of reptile patients.  Specialized Care for Avian & Exotic Pets is a primary care/referral hospital located in Buffalo, NY just 30 minutes from Niagara Falls and 2.5 hours from Cornell.  In our 10th year of practice with established clientele, residency-trained and boarded avian and ECM specialists, we need to fill the missing link!  Help us complete our trifecta and get some traction on these herps!  Must be able/willing to also see birds and mammals.  Specialist receives 25% production + great benefits package. Will consider ABVP candidates.  E-mail Laura Wade buffalobirdnerd@gmail.com

Full-Time Exotics-focused Associate Wanted

Posted on September 16, 2022

Buffalo, NY

Are you crazy about exotics? Want to do them all the time? We’re looking for a veterinarian enthusiastically exotics motivated for our growing exclusively exotics hospital in Buffalo, NY.  Now in our 10th year, we have two full time ABVP diplomates (Avian and ECM) on staff, a knowledgeable team and dedicated clientele. Specialized Care for Avian & Exotic Pets is the first and only primary care/referral hospital located in Western New York State,  just 30 minutes from Niagara Falls and 2.5 hours from Cornell.  Our patients are 44% mammals, 40% birds, 16% reptiles/amphibians/fish.  We treat pets and wildlife and offer boarding and house calls.  Students and interns/residents visit frequently. Four day work-week with rotating half day Saturdays.  ProSal with great benefits.  Enjoy great hiking, water activites in the summer and skiing in the winter all within an hour’s drive. Minimum one year clinical practice experience required. Interest in reptiles is a plus!  Contact owner Laura Wade, DVM ABVP (Avian Practice) at Buffalobirdnerd@gmail.com

Clinical or Tenure Assistant/Associate Professor, Lecturer or Instructor in Zoological and Wildlife Medicine

Posted on September 12, 2022

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine

Clinical or Tenure Assistant/Associate Professor, Lecturer or Instructor in Zoological and Wildlife Medicine

Full-time, 100% (12-month basis)

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Medical and Research Director

Posted on August 19, 2022

Sanibel, Florida

The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife, Inc. (CROW) located in Sanibel, Florida is seeking a qualified candidate for our Medical and Research Director.  Ideal candidate would be a Diplomate of ACZM, ABVP, or ACVPM. Candidates with certification through WAVMA will also be considered. Strong preference will be given to those with sea turtle and aquatic experience.

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Board-Certified or Board-Eligible Exotic or Emergency/Critical Care Specialist

Posted on July 25, 2022

Near Seattle, WA

The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine (CBEAM) is searching for board-certified or board-eligible exotic or emergency/critical care specialists to join our team.

About Us:

  • Website: theexoticvet.com
  • Located near Seattle, WA
  • Exotics-exclusive (primarily pet exotics with some zoo species/wildlife)
    • Emergency and routine preventative care offered
    • Staffed 24/7 with veterinarians and support team
    • Rapidly growing practice
      • Nine associate veterinarians, one resident, and three interns currently employed
    • On-site CT, fluoroscopy, digital radiography, ultrasound, endoscopy, therapy laser, and specialized surgical equipment (radiosurgery, Ligasure, hemoclips, etc.).
    • Access to other local clinical specialists (oncology, cardiology, surgery, etc

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Exotic or Emergency/Critical Care Veterinarian

Posted on July 25, 2022

Near Seattle, WA

The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine (CBEAM) is searching for experienced exotic or emergency/critical care veterinarians to join our team.

About Us:

  • Website: theexoticvet.com
  • Located near Seattle, WA
  • Exotics-exclusive (primarily pet exotics with some zoo species/wildlife)
    • Emergency and routine preventative care offered
    • Staffed 24/7 with veterinarians and support team
    • Rapidly growing practice
      • Nine associate veterinarians, one resident, and three interns currently employed
    • On-site CT, fluoroscopy, digital radiography, ultrasound, endoscopy, therapy laser, and specialized surgical equipment (radiosurgery, Ligasure, hemoclips, etc.).
    • Access to other clinical specialists (oncology, cardiology, surgery, etc.)

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Associate Veterinarian – Small and Exotic Animal Practice

Posted on July 5, 2022

Portage, MI

Milwood Animal Clinic in Portage, MI is looking for an associate veterinarian to join our tight knit group. Our three doctor team sees exotics as well as dogs and cats. Our caseload is about 50% exotics. There is a 5:1 staff to doctor ratio, and we have 4 LVTs. The whole team is well trained on exotic pet handling and nursing care. This is a great opportunity for a new grad looking for experience in exotics, or a small animal veterinarian who has an interest in surgery. Our tenured doctors are open to mentorship. We are proud of our reputation in the community for providing compassionate care to our patients, and our ability to foster a supportive environment for our employees. Full time DVM schedules consist of rotating 4 and 4.5 day workweeks with no weekend or on-call hours. A local ER covers evening and weekend emergencies.

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Assistant/Associate Professor of Clinical Zoological Companion Animal Medicine and Surgery OR Health Sciences Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor of Clinical Zoological Companion Animal Medicine and Surgery

Posted on July 5, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS

The Department of Medicine and Epidemiology in the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California-Davis is recruiting for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Clinical Zoological Companion Animal Medicine and Surgery OR Health Sciences Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor of Clinical Zoological Companion Animal Medicine and Surgery.

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Assistant or Associate Professor (Clinical or Tenure track) in Zoological Medicine / Exotic Pet Medicine

Posted on May 23, 2022

Manhattan, KS

The Department of Clinical Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University, invites applications for an assistant or associate professor (clinical or tenure track) in Zoological Medicine / Exotic Pet Medicine. Applicants must hold the DVM or equivalent degree and have completed all requirements needed to take the relevant specialty board examination. Preference will be given to individuals with board certification/eligibility in the American College of Zoological Medicine or other related specialties.

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FACULTY POSITIONS IN ZOOLOGICAL COMPANION ANIMAL MEDICINE

Posted on April 28, 2022

Knoxville, TN

The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, The University of Tennessee, invites applications for two full-time clinical or tenure track faculty positions in Zoological Companion Animal Medicine. The positions are at the Assistant or Associate Professor level depending on qualifications and experience. Requirements include the DVM/VMD degree or equivalent, and certification or eligibility for certification by the American College of Zoological Medicine (ACZM).

Responsibilities will include clinical and didactic teaching to veterinary students and house officers; clinical service in zoological companion animal medicine with reciprocated coverage in zoological medicine; development of a basic science or clinical research program commensurate with effort allocation; and participation in continuing education at local, national, and international levels. The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to the department’s mission of teaching, service, and research. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work in a team are required.

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Lecturer/Clinical Instructor Position in Zoological Medicine

Posted on April 27, 2022

Stillwater, OK

 The Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applicants for a lecturer/clinical instructor position in Zoological Medicine. This position is 100% clinical and teaching, but interest in collaborative research will be supported. A DVM degree or equivalent is required. Minimal qualifications include previous small animal and zoological medicine specialty internship; however, residency training and/or board certification eligibility is preferred. Eligibility for faculty licensure in the state of Oklahoma is also required.

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Zoological Medicine Faculty

Posted on April 27, 2022

Stillwater, OK

The OSU-CVM Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences is seeking applicants for a tenure or clinical track faculty position in Zoological Medicine. Appointment will be at the level of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. Salary and rank will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. A DVM degree or equivalent is required. Completion of clinical residency training, or board certification (or eligible) by a Zoological Medicine related board certification (e.g., American College of Zoological Medicine and/or European College of Veterinary Medicine) is required. Eligibility for faculty licensure in the state of Oklahoma is also required. 

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Clinical Track Assistant Professor Zoological Medicine

Posted on March 7, 2022

Urbana, IL

 The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Veterinary Teaching Hospital invites applications for a full-time, 12-month appointment, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Zoological Medicine Service within the Companion Animal and Zoological Medicine (CAZAM) section. The service consists of 4 onsite faculty, 2 off site faculty, 3 onsite house officers (2 ACZM residents and 1 specialty intern), 2 off site house officers (2 ACZM residents), and 3 dedicated technicians. The Zoological Medicine team delivers core and elective courses across all four years of the professional curriculum, has large and diverse research programs, serves client and institutionally owned animals, as well as the medical needs of injured and abandoned wildlife. This service also delivers educational programs for clients and veterinarians locally, nationally, and internationally. The service operates within a newly renovated clinical facility with onsite digital radiography, ultrasonography, clinical laboratory space, dedicated receptionist team and dedicated examination rooms, surgical suite, dentistry suite, medication dispensary and species-specific wards. 

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Clinical Assistant Professor, Lecturer or Instructor in Zoological Medicine

Posted on March 7, 2022

Urbana, IL

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Veterinary Teaching Hospital invites applications for a full- time, 12-month appointment, Clinical Assistant Professor, Lecturer or Instructor depending upon qualifications and experience, in the Wildlife Medicine Service within the Community outreach, Urgent/convenient care, Primary care, and Wildlife Service (CUPAWS) section. The service has close collaboration with the Zoological Medicine Service at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, in total consisting of 4 onsite faculty, 2 off site faculty, 3 onsite house officers (2ACZM residents and 1 specialty intern), 2 off site house officers (2 ACZM residents), and 3 dedicated technicians.This collective team delivers core and elective courses across all four years of the professional curriculum, has large and diverse research programs, serves client and institutionally owned animals and the medical needs of injured and abandoned wildlife, as well as delivers educational programs for clients and veterinarians locally, nationally and internationally. The service recently moved into a new clinic with onsite digital radiography, ultrasonography, clinical laboratory space, dedicated examination rooms, surgical suite, dentistry suite, and species-specific wards. 

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Avian/Exotics Veterinary Fellow

Posted on March 7, 2022

Mount Laurel, NJ

Mount Laurel Animal Hospital is looking to hire an avian/exotics veterinary fellow to join our team. The purpose of this program is to train doctors, primarily, in advanced exotic medicine and surgery. This program would refine and build upon your exotic medicine and surgical skills, with the added bonus of working with other specialists in a large, referral hospital setting. A background in small animal primary care, emergency medicine, and exotic general practice is strongly recommended, prior to application. 

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Veterinarian in Avian and Exotic Pet Medicine

Posted on February 11, 2022

New York, NY

The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center is seeking an ABVP or ACZM board-certified or board-eligible veterinarian to join our Avian and Exotic Pet Service as a full-time clinician.

To apply for this position, please send a letter of intent and current resume to our Human Resources department at HRdept@amcny.org. For questions or further information, please contact Dr. Katherine Quesenberry, Chief Medical Officer, at katherine.quesenberry@amncy.org.

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Small Animal & Exotic Animal Veterinarian

Posted on February 10, 2022

Las Vegas, NV

We are seeking an associate veterinarian interested in joining our team of collaborative professionals. Individuals with prior practice experience in exotic animal medicine and surgery desired. Must work well in a team-based practice setting, possess strong skills in client education, and ascribe to high-quality standards of veterinary care. Lone Mountain Animal Hospital has been serving Las Vegas’ pet needs since 1987. Our team is passionate about caring for all species and their individualized needs. Our practice sees an 80% canine/feline and 20% exotic caseload.

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Full-Time Veterinarian

Posted on February 4, 2022

Niles, Illinois

Niles Animal Hospital and Bird Medical Center is seeking an energetic, compassionate full-time Veterinarian to join our team. We are located in the popular suburb of Niles, Illinois just west of Chicago. 

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Veterinary Fellowship

Posted on January 24, 2022

Portland, OR

This 1-year fellowship position is for a graduate veterinarian who is pursuing board certification in the American College of Zoological Medicine (ACZM) or the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP – Avian, Reptile/Amphibian or Exotic Companion Mammal). This fellowship position includes both veterinary and scholarly responsibilities. As part of the clinical team at Avian and Exotic Veterinary Care (AEVC), this position contributes to veterinary care of privately-owned avian and exotic patients, with less frequent care of wildlife, facility-owned and confiscated avian and exotic patients. 

To submit an application for this position, email a cover letter, curriculum vitae and contact information for three professional references to Dr. Lisa Harrenstien at AEVC.DrLisa@gmail.com with the subject line “veterinary fellowship application” by March 18, 2022. 

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