We are a small non-profit animal rescue in a small rural Northwestern PA underserved community looking for a full-time veterinarian or veterinary surgeon.
In addition to caring for rescue animals, we offer a public veterinary clinic and low cost spay neuter services for dogs and cats.
We are a busy, growing practice driven by the desire to provide high quality care at affordable prices. We currently have two doctors - one high volume spay/neuter surgeon and an experienced veterinarian who provides wellness and general veterinary services.
Our clinic has modern equipment (Idexx lab equipment), digital xray, ultrasound and therapeutic laser. Our philosophy is to provide quality care and treat the cause of medical conditions, rather than the symptoms.
We are looking for someone with experience in surgery, primarily spay/neuter, but also dentals, amputation, enucleations, mass removals, etc.
As a non profit, your student loans may be eligible for Public Service Student loan forgiveness.
We are flexible in our hours and services provided and are willing to consider externships and new grads.
Veterinary degree and certifications
DEA license and State Issued Veterinary License
Additional Salary Information: Salary based upon experience. We offer health insurance, license fees, paid vacation and holidays, a small apartment in the home next door, and two experienced veterinarians for mentoring.
About Precious Paws SNYP & Wellness Clinic
Precious Paws Animal Rescue (PPAR) was founded in 2001 in Franklin, Pennsylvania by a diverse group of local citizens who care deeply about animals. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. PPAR believes that all life has the right to freedom from cruelty, abuse, ignorance, exploitation and neglect, and is entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection. Furthermore, we believe that every domesticated animal has the right to be wanted, cherished, and protected, and deserves not to be born unless these rights can be guaranteed.PPAR receives no tax dollars, federal or state funding and relies on donations, grants, fundraisers, bequests (wills), and adoption fees to fund its programs. PPAR is not affiliated with other humane organizations or animal control facilities. We exist through the generosity of many individuals and businesses and are supported by a community that cares.We operate an animal rescue center which focuses on adoption and placement. We also offer low cost spay/neuter clinics, vaccine clinics, as well as a full time low cost wellness clinic.