Production pay, Sign on bonus, Generous benefit package including health insurance, DEA, CE, 3 weeks PTO
DVM or equivalent
2 openings available.
Are you looking for a work-life balance? Are you ready to get out of the city? Do you want an excellent salary, with a sign-on bonus, to join a fantastic team at our outstanding, rapidly growing, progressive, independently owned practice?
Come and join our team! Paws & Claws Animal Hospital is a rapidly growing, progressive, Independently owned 4-DVM small animal practice located in Damascus, Maryland, a quaint town known best for “small town charm,” Just 30 minutes from Washington, D.C.! Our course features five exam rooms, a digital record system, a full in-house laboratory, digital radiography, ultrasound, laser therapy, and digital dental radiographs. We offer a flexible family schedule and have a strong support staff. You will NOT be required to provide overnight care or on-call duties!
We seek a career-oriented individual committed to the profession, values compassionate care and teamwork, and will put forth the extra effort needed to achieve the high-quality service we strive to provide. You will enjoy the relaxed 30–40-minute appointments to allow you to develop relationships with clients and practice quality veterinary medicine.
Experienced DVMS, as well as new graduates, are encouraged to apply.
Paws & Claws Animal Hospital offers an excellent work-life balance, work-life culture, and a comprehensive compensation package, including:
Competitive salary with quarterly production
Paid Time Off (including holidays)
401 (k) with Employer match (3%)
Medical, dental, and vision
Health Savings Account
Optional supplemental insurance
Discounts on pet care
Generous CE Allowance
Paid state and DEA license
Reasonable relocation expenses will be paid
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Diagnosing and treating medical conditions in small animals, such as dogs, cats, rabbits, and other small pets.
Performing routine check-ups, preventive care, and routine surgeries.
Creating and updating medical records for each patient, including health history and vaccination records.
Communicating with clients and pet owners to provide education and advice on pet care and health issues.
Prescribing and administering medications, treatments, and therapies as needed.
Maintaining a safe and sanitary work environment, including sterilizing equipment and supplies.
Staying up-to-date on the latest advances in veterinary medicine through continuing education and professional development opportunities.
Collaborating with other veterinary professionals, such as technicians and support staff, to provide high-quality care to patients.
Building and maintaining positive relationships with clients and referring veterinarians.