Barry County Veterinary Service is a mixed animal practice located in Cassville, MO. The current case load is 40% large animal-60% small animal. The large animal case load is predominately cow/calf, few stockers, few small ruminants, few equine and few exotic hoofed stock. The small animal case load involves canine, feline and pocket pets. A large portion of the small animal case load focuses on canine theriogenology. We utilize hydraulic cattle working equipment (tilt chute, hydraulic alley, hydraulic chute) to facilitate the veterinary services we provide for our large animal clients. To aid in the management and treatment of our small animal patients, we utilize in-house computed radiography (CR), CBC/Chemistry machine, Mini-Vidas progesterone machine, etc.
The associate veterinarian position is for a 50% large animal-50% small animal practitioner. The large animal veterinary duties would include performing bull breeding soundness exams, heifer breeding soundness exams, pregnancy testing (palpation/ultrasound), cattle processing, managing dystocias, artificial inseminations, lameness evaluation/treatment, etc. The small animal veterinary duties would include performing routine pet vaccinations, small animal surgeries (spay, neuter, mass removal, etc.), wellness exams, sick animal exams, etc. Additionally, the associate would be expected to be involved in the canine theriogenology portion of our practice which would entail performing canine breeding soundness exams, staging canine estrus cycles, surgical inseminations, C-sections, etc. Emergency service responsibilities would typically include 2 nights per week from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM, 1 weekend per month, and shared holidays. Emergency services between 10:00 PM and 8:00 AM are referred to an emergency veterinary clinic.
Negotiable salary, 14 days paid time off, professional liability insurance, professional licensing fees (Missouri, BNDD), membership fees in 2 professional organizations related to the practice of veterinary medicine at Barry County Veterinary Service, 4' veterinary truck insert stocked with the necessary veterinary equipment and pharmaceuticals to provide large animal veterinary services
DVM license in Missouri.
Physical and mental ability to complete the required large and small animal veterinary duties.