FT Veterinarian- Delphos, OH

Position open for mixed animal veterinarian in busy SA/EQ practice.  Well-equipped practice with therapy and surgery laser, in-house lab, ultrasound, digital radiography, including dental.  No after hour SA emergencies.  Salary and benefits negotiable based on experience.  Contact: Dr. Sandra Kessen, Kessen Veterinary Clinic, 11058 Elida Rd., Delphos, Ohio 45833.  419-692-5946.  Email: Kessenvetclinic@gmail.com

Veterinarian- Cleveland, OH

EMERGENCY VETERINARIAN. We are a 10 Dr, small animal/emergency AAHA practice in west CLEVELAND, just 15 minutes from downtown, and close to metroparks. Paperless, digital radiology, in-house Idexx laboratory, endoscopy, ECG, BP monitor, CO2 laser, and digital ultrasound. Newer 7,100 sq. ft. state of the art facility complete with Ferno underwater treadmill, rehabilation center, and separate evening emergency service. ER position is 4 shifts per week (30 hours), including some but not all of: 6p-1a on weekdays, 5p-1a Saturdays, and half-days Sunday. Our practice and facility were featured in the June 2004 issue of Veterinary Economics as well as the September/October 2004 issue of AAHA’s Trends magazine. Generous salary and competitive benefits. For more information, please contact Kari Swedenborg, DVM (216)252-4500 or send resume to West Park Animal Hospital, 4117 Rocky River Dr., Cleveland, Ohio 44135. www.westparkanimalhospital.com

FT Veterinarian- Massillon, OH

Massillon Animal Hospital has an exciting opportunity for a full time associate to become part of our busy practice in Massillon, Ohio. We practice quality medicine, dentistry, and surgery. Our well trained, competent and dedicated support staff, including four RVTS, provides outstanding support to both our doctors and patients. Our upgraded and modern hospital offers surgical laser, therapy laser and more allowing our doctors to practice high quality medicine. We encourage all experienced or internship trained veterinarians to apply. Preference will be given to those with an interest in orthopedic surgery. Our team strives to provide a good work-life balance. That includes a schedule of days, nights and weekend shifts and no after hour emergencies. We offer generous compensation, vacation, etc. Submit resume to Dan Evans D.V.M, to dogtordan@cs.com.

Veterinarian- Maumee, Ohio

Stautzenberger College in Maumee, Ohio is seeking a full-time, Ohio-licensed DVM to oversee animal care and provide classroom instruction for veterinary technicians. Two to three years experience in private practice or shelter medicine preferred. Duties include classroom instruction, curriculum development, student advising, animal care, and surgery. Some evening hours required. Qualified individuals may apply by sending a CV and cover letter with salary requirements to hr@stautzenberger.com.

More dogs being imported with questionable rabies documentation, CDC says

growling dogThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has received reports of an increasing number of dogs with questionable documentation of prior rabies vaccination. The dogs are being imported into the United States from rabies-endemic countries.

Imported dogs

  • are sold online by independent sellers or in pet stores.
  • are adopted through both U.S. and international sources.
  • may be purebred, hybrid, or mixed breeds; distributors may claim to have or may even provide breed registration papers.
  • may be incorrectly identified as having been born and raised in the United States.

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FT Veterinarian- Springfield, OH

Northwood Veterinary Hospital – Veterinarian needed for growing multi-doctor practice. Well-equipped practice in beautiful, new 8500 sq. ft. facility. Practice has been established for 35 years and has an excellent reputation for providing quality care and customer service. Enthusiastic, well trained staff. Salary/Benefits negotiable based on experience. Desire for partnership/ownership a plus. Contact: Dr. John Bruce, Northwood Veterinary Hospital, 937-390-2283. Email: Northwoodvet@att.net

PT/FT Veterinarian- Fairborn, OH

Position open for an enthusiastic full time or part time veterinarian in a busy two doctor small animal practice in Fairborn, Ohio.  Must be a team oriented player who strives to achieve the highest standards of veterinary medicine and surgery.  Well equipped office with customary high end amenities, including surgical laser, class 4 therapeutic laser, logiq e Vet ultrasound and full service radiography capabilities, including dental.  No after hour emergencies.  We incorporate alternative medicine along with standard veterinary medicine.

Salary, benefits and incentives negotiable based on experience.

Contact: Dr. David Kocher, Towne and Country Animal Clinic, 801 N. Broad Street, Fairborn, Ohio 45324.  Telephone: 937-478-2232. Fax 937-878-8199. Email: townec@aol.com

 

Practice buy-in – Cleveland

50% ownership in a one-vet practice grossing over 700K annually. This is a unique opportunity to buy-in while earning an exceptional salary as the sole vet at an established wellness clinic in Cleveland. Financing available, veterinary salary 22% of gross in addition to profit. Contact Dr. Thompson at 928-699-2195 or spaygod@gmail.com.

Veterinarian – Cleveland

Weekends off, exceptional pay, great support staff, no emergencies, buy-in opportunity. Spay Neuter Clinic Cleveland offers neuters, vaccines, dentals, declaws, preventative medicine. Experienced vet can make over $150,000. Dr. Thompson at 928-699-2195 or spaygod@gmail.com.

Bravo recalls raw dog and cat foods

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Bravo is recalling select lots and product(s) of Bravo Pet Food because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The company has received a limited number of reports of dogs experiencing nausea and diarrhea that may be associated with these specific products, but no reports of human illness as a result of these products.

Listeria monocytogenes is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. However, healthy cats and dogs rarely become sick from Listeria.

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