Our growing practice is looking for a few great people!
We are a very busy 1 doctor, mixed animal practice, looking for a Registered Veterinary Technician/Animal Health Technologist. Solid small animal skills are a must; large animal experience would be an asset! New grads are welcome.
We are also searching for an exceptional Animal Health Assistant. Willing to train for technical skills but we place a high priority on people skills, attention to detail and time management. The position will be providing assistance in all areas of the clinic, assists Dr as needed, cleaning-plenty of cleaning and reception/client services. Candidates with animal handling/farming experience will be given preference.
Hours Monday-Friday. Competitive wages and benefits. Email resume to Marilyn Ireland at email@example.com
Volunteer work-experience is a requirement for students applying to veterinary medicine and veterinary technician schools. Our clinic has hosted student volunteers since opening and some have gone on to work for us. Our volunteers learn how the clinic is run and maintained and get to see first-hand what happens behind the scenes. Their duties include cleaning, helping maintain our facility, assisting with reception/office tasks, restocking the mobile clinic, washing surgical instruments, wrapping surgery packs and supplies for autoclaving, and assisting technicians/assistants and veterinarians with patient care. Whenever possible, we take the time to educate our volunteers about interesting cases, show them x-rays and samples under the microscope. They may also have the opportunity to watch surgery in the field. Those interested are asked to submit an electronic application/resume; Attention: Marilyn Ireland firstname.lastname@example.org
Temperatures as high as 40.5 to 41.7 C(105 to 107 F), rapid breathing, rapid pulse, stumbling, weakness, depression; refusal to eat or work, dry skin and dehydration. In severe cases, a horse may collapse or go into convulsions or a coma.