Small Animal Vet opening at Mixed Animal practice in Upstate New York
North Country Veterinary Services
Location: Oswego, New York
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: 7592
Our mixed animal practice in rural Upstate New York is looking to add a small animal veterinarian. This is a full-time opportunity offering signing bonus, retention bonus, relocation assistance, and student loan assistance.
North Country Veterinary Services is an eleven-doctor mixed animal practice. We offer a diverse caseload and a wide range of experience within the practice (2-39 years). This allows for a team approach to quality medicine.
We have two locations, in Pulaski and Oswego, NY. As the small animal Veterinarian, you would be practicing out of our Oswego location. As an Associate Veterinarian at North Country Veterinary Services, you can expect to work with licensed technical staff, highly trained for dental procedures, surgery, ultrasound, acupuncture, and therapeutic laser. We are a very collaborative and friendly team who provide excellent client communication and education.
Our area is affordable and a safe place to live and raise a family. Outdoor opportunities abound with nearby Lake Ontario, state parks, fishing, hunting, camping, canoeing, and snowmobiling. Syracuse, NY is a short drive away and has to offer exceptional restaurants, concerts, art, SU sports, The New York State Fair, and excellent medical care.
Highly competitive base salary. Health insurance including dental/vision. Life insurance, short term/long term disability. Paid liability insurance at 100%. 401K with match. Vacation and sick time. Continuing education and allowance. Paid state license and DEA.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree, or equivalent, from an accredited university. Licensure in good standing to practice in New York State
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