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Available Positions


An internship is the first step in specialty training leading to board certification. Following an internship, a residency application may be submitted for further study in a particular discipline such as internal medicine, ophthalmology or surgery. Many laboratory animal medicine programs waive the internship requirement. This permits a graduate to enter directly into a residency program following graduation. Completion of a residency program is a pre-qualification for specialty board certification. Residency programs are generally three years in length.

An internship can provide additional development of clinical skills and case management acumen. It can offer further responsibility while still under the mentorship of faculty and residents of the school or college, or specialists in private practice.  

Information on the application process and deadlines may be found by visiting the Veterinary Internship & Residency Matching Program website. Applications are due in December; please check the web site for specific date and application requirements.



The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine - 1-year Equine Field Service internship (Posted 06/20/2022)

The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine seeks highly motivated veterinarians interested in expanding their equine knowledge and skill base under the tutelage of experienced, approachable mentors.

We are offering a 1-year Equine Field Service internship.

Our Equine Field Service program provides primary care to approximately 4,000 horses annually in the area surrounding scenic Blacksburg, VA. The service has four fully equipped ambulatory vehicles and provides routine and comprehensive state of the art diagnostic and therapeutic services including digital radiography, ultrasonography, endoscopy, shockwave therapy, IRAP and PRP.

The senior clinicians within the EFS group are board certified in internal medicine (ACVIM), and sports medicine and rehabilitation (ACVSMR). Additionally, some clinicians also provide chiropractic and acupuncture services. We perform preventive health care, reproductive services, sports medicine services, performance horse evaluations, neurologic examinations and sick horse care to a wide range of clients/patients. The caseload is varied and includes horses used for eventing, dressage, jumping, western performance, trail, endurance and breeding.

The intern is part of the team providing daily and emergency care to local clients and is responsible for case care, emergency duty, clinic rounds, medical records and presenting seminars each semester. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the College.

Please contact Dr. Sharon Witonsky (phone: 540-231-9042 or email:  for additional information.

Virginia Tech has a strong commitment to the principle of Diversity and thus seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities and people with disabilities.

Charlotte Animal Referral and Emergency - Surgical Intern: Charlotte, NC (Posted 03/28/2022)

My name is Liz Thompson and I am a surgeon at Charlotte Animal Referral and Emergency in Charlotte, NC. 

I am reaching out because we had an unfortunate scenario in which the person who accepted our position for surgical internship for the upcoming year has changed their mind on pursuing specialty surgery and decided not to sign the contract.  We were made aware about a week after he accepted, so any other interested candidates had already chosen other programs at that point. 

I thought I would just put the word out that we are still in search of a surgical intern and it could either be someone hoping to gain skills (and a research project as we have a couple options) to then enter into the match for residency the following year OR it could be someone interested in moving forward as a cutting ER doctor who wants to gain more surgical experience. 

We still require that they have completed a rotating internship. 

 If you know of anyone, I would very much appreciate you sharing my contact info with them ( 

Murdoch University - Residency training program - Equine Surgery (Posted 06/01/2022)

Murdoch University School of Veterinary Medicine Clinical training programs 2022

The School of Veterinary Medicine, Murdoch University has the following vacancies for 2022:

Residency training program

  • Equine surgery

The three year, full-time program allows a successful candidate to fulfil many credential requirements for speciality certification (ACVS/ECVS). The residencies are supervised by board certified academic staff through compulsory, concurrent enrolment in three years, full-time postgraduate study at Murdoch University. Sequential completion of a Masters of Veterinary Clinical Studies (M1223) followed by a Research Masters in Training degree (M1262) is required for completion of the residency training program. An annual stipend of $50kAUD is offered with concurrent enrolment in M1223 + M1262. Applicants would ideally be able to start the program for Semester 2 in early to mid July.

12 month Specialty training (2 positions)

  • Equine medicine and surgery/Theriogenology (combined program)

The Specialty Training Program is a year‐long training program in the School of Veterinary Medicine at Murdoch University in Western Australia. The training program offers experience in a specialty discipline with an opportunity to also gain research experience through concurrent enrolment in a graduate (coursework) program. This position would suit a veterinary graduate with some experience, interested in university training or pursuing a residency. Exceptional new graduates will be considered. An annual stipend of $40kAUD is offered with concurrent enrolment in the graduate program. Applicants ideally would be able to start the program for Semester 2 in early to mid July.

Application for residency and trainee positions is restricted to veterinarians with a degree that can be registered in Western Australia. Australian and New Zealand citizenship or Australian permanent residency status is required for eligibility for full tuition-fee support. Successful applicants who do not meet citizenship or residency criteria are responsible for International Student Tuition Fees.

All enquiries can be forwarded to Dr Giselle Hosgood by email

Applications close 11:59pm, June 30, 2022. (Early applications/EOI’s are encouraged)

A letter of intent, current CV, certified copy of academic transcripts, names of 3 referees, and a certified copy of passport/visa as proof of Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency, or of New Zealand citizenship, should be submitted to . Candidates are chosen after a competitive selection process.

Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center - Veterinarian Intern: New Jersey (Posted 05/24/2022)

Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center has the opportunity for a veterinarian intern to join our intern class of six in January 2023 at our state-of-the-art facility in central New Jersey.

Mid-Atlantic is an exclusively equine practice that offers rotations in services that cover elective and emergency surgery, sports medicine, internal medicine, neonatology, ophthalmology, reproduction, diagnostic imaging, anesthesia, and ambulatory medicine.  Our goal is to provide new graduates with mentorship and experience in all facets of equine medicine.

Our compensation package includes: salary, 60% health insurance premium, liability insurance, CE stipend, licensing fees in NJ and PA, and AVMA membership. Housing is available to rent. Emergency bonus is provided when the intern sees the case as the primary veterinarian.

Application deadline is November 1, 2022. We highly recommend having visited our hospital on an externship basis.  If an externship is not possible, please submit application materials and arrange a virtual interview by the application deadline.

To apply, please send letter of intent, Curriculum Vitae and 3 letters of recommendation to:

DVM/VMD from an AVMA accredited school.

Miller & Associates - Fellowship Programme New York (Posted 04/21/2022)

Miller & Associates.
120 Nichols Road, Brewster, NY, 10509 | 914-276-1260 |


Miller and Associates was established in 1997, and today is one of the premiere sports medicine practices in the country.

We work on horses of all levels from beloved backyard companions to Olympic level athletes.

Miller & Associates operates out of four locations on the East coast and we are proud to offer this comprehensive rotating fellowship program.

WHAT TO EXPECT: Our program is intended to provide each fellow with the foundation to confidently enter private practice or pursue further training in a residency program. Fellows will become proficient in diagnostic procedures and protocols and in designing precise treatment plans in a field setting.

This is a broad ranging, hands-on experience, with opportunities to pursue and develop specific clinical skills ranging from high level lameness and performance evaluations to geriatric medicine. There will be extensive training in ambulatory imaging and image interpretation. We routinely use digital radiography and ultrasound, gastroscopy and endoscopy, including a dynamic upper airway endoscope and exercising ecg.

Fellows will receive extensive mentoring and supervision from our team of senior practitioners, including a board-certified surgeon, and will spend time in our New York and Florida locations. We expect candidates to begin seeing cases on their own during the fellowship and to participate in the emergency schedule with the other associates.


Candidates must be eligible to practice veterinary medicine in both New York and Florida. The fellowship is a 12 month duration. After successfully completing the fellowship, candidates may be considered for a permanent position with Miller & Associates.


Please send the below documents to:

• Letter of Intent

• Resume, or CV

• 3 Letters of Recommendation

University of Wisconsin-Madison - 3-year Large Animal Internal medicine Residency (Posted 03/31/2022)

Applications are being welcomed for a 3-year Large Animal Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The large animal internal medicine section at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is comprised of 5 boarded ACVIM-LA Diplomates, 3 residents and a clinical instructor and sees approximately 1250 cases annually. Over the last two fiscal years the large animal internal medicine caseload has grown by 15% and 30% respectively.

Prerequisites for Application

1) DVM degree or equivalent

2) One year of internship or equivalent, practice experience post-graduation is acceptable as an alternative to an internship and welcomed.

3) Employment authorization in the U.S. at time residency begins, assistance in acquiring the appropriate workplace VISA can be provided by the institution.

4) Wisconsin license to practice. It is possible to obtain a license without taking the NBLE/CCT/NAVLE, and the license can be obtained while living outside Wisconsin or the USA. 

Application Materials Requested (these materials should be sent to  and reference; UW LAIM residency program)

• Personal Statement (letter of intent)

• Curriculum Vitae

• Veterinary School Transcript (if available)

• Please request that 2-3 referees send letters of reference to the above addresses

Salary and Benefits

Salary: Minimum of $32,500 per annum

Benefits: 12 days of sick leave annually, non-accumulative. For health insurance and other benefits,


Vacation: 2 weeks of vacation, non-accumulative.

Deadline for Applications

April 21st 2022, or until position filled

The intended program dates are July 15th 2022- July 14th 2025

The large animal internal medicine program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison aims to develop residents for a variety of careers for which ACVIM-LA board certification might be appropriate. Of the last 6 residents in our program 4 are currently in academic faculty positions and 2 are in private practice; our caseload is approximately 70% equine, and 30% food animal.

A cross section of different equine breeds are seen from Miniature horses to Draft breeds, but with a predominance of Quarter horses, Sport and Pleasure horses. The majority of the food animal caseload is comprised of very high genetic merit dairy cattle, both neonatal and adults of both sexes.

The caseload comprises a high number of emergency admissions and critical care inpatients across species, thus is suited to candidates with an interest in large animal critical care. The in-patient equine and food animal case load is further supported by a large animal surgery section comprised of 5 faculty and 3 house officers and the School of Veterinary Medicine enjoys excellent relationships with the dairy industry throughout the state of Wisconsin, most notably through the School’s Food Animal Production Medicine (FAPM) Section and Wisconsin State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (WVDL), the latter being located on the same footprint as the Veterinary School. There are two further board-certified large animal internists who are also involved in resident training located within the FAPM and WVDL. The program is designed to fulfill the requirements for board certification by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.  

The 36-month program can be approximately subdivided as follows: 

1) 24 months of clinical large animal internal medicine residency training; clinical training during this time is under the direct supervision of LA-ACVIM boarded faculty and involves case management of referral level patients within the large animal internal medicine section of the large animal hospital. As part of the training program, the resident will be expected to provide emergency care for animals during non-business hours on a rotating basis with other house officers. As the resident progresses in experience and expertise, increasing responsibility will be granted in the areas of patient management and veterinary student teaching. The resident will have considerable input into the clinical teaching program and will be provided opportunities for classroom and laboratory teaching. 

2) Across the 3 years, a total of 11 months will be made available, free of daytime clinical duties, for other activities. These activities include but are not limited to, formulation of a resident research project, writing of manuscripts, and preparation for ACVIM examinations (typically a minimum of 5 weeks of off-clinic time in each of the second and third year of the program). 

The resident is assigned a faculty mentor and collectively the resident and mentor will formulate a plan appropriate to the career goals and aspirations of the individual that also meets the credentialing pre-requisites of an approved ACVIM large animal internal medicine residency program. Portions of this 11 months are also used to meet LA-ACVIM credentialling requirements either within UW-Veterinary Care or outside the institution for clinical and anatomic pathology and advanced diagnostic imaging. 

Additional Information

The UW-Madison campus and the surrounding area have many enriching opportunities, Madison has been named the most bike-friendly city and the Dane County Farmer's Market is one of the largest in the nation; Madison has the most restaurants per capita of any U.S. city; Madison consistently ranks as a top community in which to live, work, and play; and the University is nationally recognized for academics, research, and athletics.

Please see the following link for more information:

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is an equal opportunity employer that embraces diversity and seeks candidates who will create a climate that attracts people from all races, nationalities, disabilities and genders. We strongly encourage underrepresented minorities to apply.

Inquiries regarding this position can be directed to Dr. Simon Peek;


Bond Vet Mentorship Programme: MADE

Hope all is well! I was wondering if there would be a way to inform your students on Bond Vet's new mentorship program, MADE?

Bond Vet today announced it is launching MADE, a proprietary mentorship program for new veterinary graduates. MADE — Mentorship, Advancement, Development, & Education — is a fully-paid, 16-week program to help new graduates transition from a background of theoretical knowledge to a best-in class application of their medicine in the real world across a variety of cases. At a time when there’s a shortage of veterinarians and an increase in pet ownership, it’s more critical than ever to create opportunities for growth and longevity for veterinarians.

MADE is designed to be an alternative to the classic internship program done in a referral hospital, where doctors rotate through specialties. Interns typically earn ~$30k for a 60-80 hour week, resulting in burnout and fatigue at the very beginning of what should be an exciting career. Veterinary medicine faces undeniable challenges such as burnout, compassion fatigue, and staffing shortages and there are limited options for new grads, most of which have traditionally entailed low-paying specialty rotations or a new job lacking structured, positive onboarding. 

Please find the full release below, along with photos in this folder

Brooke Goldstein

Marketing Manager I T 631 942 9796

The University of Guelph - Large Animal Medicine Internship: Ontario

Ontario Veterinary College Health Sciences Centre 

Temporary full-time from July 11, 2022 to July 14, 2023 

 The closing date for applications will be Monday April 4th

Hiring #: 2022-0039  

The University of Guelph is currently accepting applications for a one-year specialty internship program commencing in mid-July 2022.  To be considered for this program, applicants meeting the below minimum requirements must submit their application by March 15, 2022. See application instructions at the bottom of the posting.  

The Large Animal Hospital of the Ontario Veterinary College Health Sciences Centre (OVC HSC) is a large referral centre located in Southern Ontario. The caseload consists of approximately 90% horses (thoroughbred & standardbred racehorses, warmbloods, others) & 10% ruminants. 

The LA Medicine Intern will join a team consisting of 4 ACVIM(LAIM) boarded internists, 3 LA medicine residents, and 7 LA rotating interns. By late August, the LA medicine intern must select a faculty advisor. While all faculty will provide support and supervision the advisor will specifically work with the LA medicine intern to set and meet goals for the internship and review any performance evaluations. Approximately 85% of the LA Medicine Intern's time will be spent with the large animal medicine service. However, the LA Medicine Intern will have the ability to consult with specialists from a large number of ancillary services. 

Two LA medicine faculty are typically on clinic duty per week. The LA medicine service is thus divided into two faculty/resident or LA medicine intern/ rotating intern teams. The LA medicine intern will be responsible for the management of cases admitted to the hospital.  Within the service team concept, the LA Medicine Intern is given increased responsibility as he/she/they progresses through the program. The goal for the LA Medicine Intern is to function at a first-year resident level early in their appointment. The LA Medicine Intern will play a role in the clinical training of final-year veterinary students & will participate in daily case rounds, weekly journal club(s), weekly Grand Rounds, & an Intern rounds presentation. The LA Medicine Intern will take part in the DVSc (resident/graduate student) pool equally sharing out-of-hours emergency duty across both the medicine & surgery services (with faculty supervision) on a rotating basis.

Interns are allotted working days for elective time (up to 15 days) and for vacation (10 days). Elective time may be used for internal electives, continuing education or job interviews. The successful candidate is also encouraged to engage in research activities/projects during their internship.  Scheduling of electives and vacation must be approved by the Large Animal Clinic Head, the Large Animal Medicine Service Chief and their faculty advisor. 

 Requirements of the position include: 

  • Successful completion of a veterinary degree  
  • Minimum of 75% or 3.0/4.0 over the duration of DVM program. 
  • Completion of a minimum of a 1 year equine or large animal rotating internship position 
  • Must be:  1) a Canadian Citizen, or 2) a Permanent Resident of Canada, or 3) holder of a valid Canadian work permit that encompasses the duration of the Internship, or 4) allowed entry to Canada under an existing free-trade agreement between Canada & the applicant's home country (e.g. NAFTA US/Mexican Citizen).  
  • Meet all requirements for Licensure by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario. For more information on CVO requirements please see  
  • Protective rabies titre is required by May 1, 2020. 
  • Previous practice experience is advantageous. 
  • Candidates will be contact for videoconference interview.  

For applicants who are graduating from Universities where English is not the first language, proof of English proficiency i.e. TOEFL test results are required at the time of the match [Minimum Score - Reading (23), Listening (25), Speaking (22), Writing (22)]. For more information on CVO requirements please click here.  

Annual Salary:  $27,500.00 CAD annum plus remuneration per eligible out-of-hours case. 

How to Apply:     

Applications must be submitted by midnight on March 15, 2022. Send application packages including the below requirements in one (1) PDF file to Required documents sent as separate individual documents will not be considered as part of the application package.   

  • Personal Statement  
  • Curriculum Vitae  
  • Veterinary School Official Transcript from University Registrar  
  • 3 Letters of Reference  
  • Proof of English proficiency (if required)  

If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact 

Sorrento Valley in San Diego - Veterinary Specialty Hospital -Internship (Posted 03/09/2022)

We have one spot open in our rotating internship class for next year and are interested in filling it with a talented Rossie.

The perfect candidate should be finishing up their clinical year between May and September.

I work at Veterinary Specialty Hospital - Sorrento Valley in San Diego. We are a specialty hospital that has 30 years of experience.

We pride ourselves in being a teaching hospital and have board specialists in the following specialties: Emergency/Critical care, Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Surgery, Neurology, Dermatology, Internal Medicine and Radiology.




Veterinary Specialty Hospital of San Diego - Rotating Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship (Posted 03/09/2022)

Rotating Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship

Our program link is here:


Strengths of our program:

  1. Large number of specialists in virtually all disciplines of specialty veterinary medicine, who are readily available to interns, are very approachable, and are dedicated their profession, and to teaching interns. Interns work very closely with all specialists on a daily basis from the first day of the program. In addition, our specialists come from a wide range of backgrounds, and have contacts in many locations/ facilities and universities throughout the country, and the world.
  2. State of the art equipment
  3. Highly skilled technical staff.
  4. Very cohesive group who sincerely like each other, and enjoy working together; this tends to create a fun, friendly working environment
  5. Interns receive hands on training in advanced procedures and techniques, including ultrasound (AFAST/TFAST), pericardiocentesis (with and without u/s guidance), pleural and abdominal taps, joint taps, bone marrow aspirates, percutaneous needle biopsies, feeding tube placement (esophagostomy, nasogastric), sampling and double lumen intravenous catheter placement. Interns are also exposed to laparoscopy, and all types of endoscopy.
  6. Very high case load, interns receive direct guidance from specialists, residents and intern-trained ER doctors, but also have some degree of autonomy in admitting cases, developing diagnostic and treatment plans, and client communications for basic walk in ER cases, and have exposure to a very wide variety of complicated referral cases.
  7. Digital radiology allows for review of radiographs (by radiologists or other specialists) even when they are not in the hospital. We have 2 board certified radiologists on staff that does bimonthly rounds with the interns, and are available M-F for consults at any time. Additionally we utilize a radiology service to allow twenty-four hour radiology review for overnight cases if needed.
  8. We have a very good track record in placing interns in residencies, and our former interns enter their residencies very well prepared for any chosen programs.

Other things to note:

  1. Long hours, and a lot of hard work. However, interns get two days off in a row every week/every 7 day period. Interns are given a reasonable amount of flexibility in their schedules to allow travel for CE, residency interviews and vacations at times selected by the intern.
  2. We do not have in house avian/ exotics specialist, and do not see exotic pets at our hospital. However we have a close relationship with the San Diego Zoo or Safari park, and interns with interest in zoo medicine are usually able to set up an out-rotation there (Zoo schedule permitting). 
  3. There is not an organized program for interns to receive primary surgical experience. However, the surgical experience our interns receive is very thorough. Interns are expected to scrub in on elective and emergency surgical cases, are involved in the management of a large number of a wide variety of surgical cases (soft tissue, orthopedic, neurologic, ophthalmologic), and working one on one with the surgeons. As the year progressed, interns may be able to perform approaches and closure as experience, case, and the primary surgeon allows. There is no spay and neuter program; however interns have the option to rotate with the San Diego Humane Society where they receive a large amount of primary surgical experience (spays and neuters, other routine elective surgeries possible). Interns must have CA permanent license* to work at outside locations. We feel very strongly that the surgical training our interns receive is exceptional, and that they develop a very strong foundation in all aspects of surgery.
  4. We do not have a GP program, and do not see routine/wellness cases. We have very close relationships with nearby GPs and interns could arrange an out-rotation if desired. Interns must have CA permanent license* to work at outside locations.



At the beginning of the year, we match up interns with specialists who will act as that intern’s mentor. Mentors are able to help interns with residency applications, and with advice on how to choose a specialty and residency, and how to maximize your chances of obtaining a residency. Mentors are also a source of support if the intern is having difficulties or going through a challenging experience. Additionally, we are all very approachable. All of us are interested in the success of our interns. We are available to help you with potential publication ideas. A retrospective study or case report is doable within the year’s time constraints for motivated and exceptional interns who use their time efficiently. Prospective studies are more difficult. If you have an idea, talk to us!

What are we looking for in an intern candidate?

The main quality we are looking for in an intern is the desire to be here, and an eagerness to learn. We want someone who is a hard worker, and who understands that they can get out of a program only what they put into it. Interns should have a positive attitude, get along with others, and truly enjoy our profession. A sense of humor can be a big attribute! Professionalism and the ability to interact appropriately with clients, referring veterinarians, other House Officers, specialists and staff is important. Dedication and attitude can go a long way- a deficiency in one’s technical experience or knowledge base can always be improved upon with hard work, perseverance, and a good attitude.

What research opportunities are there for interns?

The internship is primary a clinical year. There are no specific research projects that interns will be involved in. For self-driven interns, it is possible, and there is support from senior clinicians to complete a case report or case series. This must be done on your own time.


To practice veterinary medicine in California, a current California state license is required. Please see the California Veterinary Medical Board as soon as you learn that you have matched with our program, in order to get the ball rolling for your license. (There are often significant delays which can create scheduling challenges).   Their website is


Please contact our current interns for details. We have not had any interns have too much difficulty finding reasonable housing near our hospital.  As is typical for any rental property in most cities, there may be some difficulty finding rentals that allow large breed dogs.

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Center - Residency: Penryn CA (Posted 03/09/2022)

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Group has an ACVECC residency (3 year program) or fellowship (2 year program) opening for July 2022.

The group of practices sees approximately 5,000 emergencies per year with the majority being evaluated and treated through the main hospital near Sacramento, CA. The emergency service is run day and night by 3 ACVECC diplomates and therefore the mentorship in the program is exceptional. The hospital houses up to 150 horses located in 2 ICUs, 2 Isolation units, multiple barns, and outdoor paddocks.

There is a wide variety of cases including surgical emergencies, infectious diseases, toxicities, neonates, and technical rescues. The residency program has been in place for over 10 years and has a structured program including physiology reviews, journal clubs, and external rotations with specialists. There are approximately 40 veterinarians in the entire group of practices that enjoy a collaborative approach to medicine.

For more information or to apply, please email to Dr. Langdon Fielding (   

Loomis Medical Group Basin -- Private practice critical care residency or fellow ship opportunity: (Posted 03/03/2022)

Loomis Basin Equine Medical Group has an ACVECC residency (3 year program) or fellowship (2 year program) opening for July 2022.

The group of practices sees approximately 5,000 emergencies per year with the majority being evaluated and treated through the main hospital near Sacramento, CA.

The emergency service is run day and night by 3 ACVECC diplomates and therefore the mentorship in the program is exceptional.

The hospital houses up to 150 horses located in 2 ICUs, 2 Isolation units, multiple barns, and outdoor paddocks.

There is a wide variety of cases including surgical emergencies, infectious diseases, toxicities, neonates, and technical rescues.

The residency program has been in place for over 10 years and has a structured program including physiology reviews, journal clubs, and external rotations with specialists.

There are approximately 40 veterinarians in the entire group of practices that enjoy a collaborative approach to medicine.

For more information or to apply, please email to Dr. Langdon Fielding (   

Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital - Clinical Externships: West Carrollton, Ohio (Posted 02/08/2022)

We are a seven doctor small animal practice in West Carrollton, Ohio.

We are an AAHA accredited practice and are a state of the art facility. We have a great team of doctors, registered veterinary technicians, and client services staff. All are prepared to offer great mentorship to veterinary students for a clinical externship.

Twin Maples offers wellness visits, ill patient visits, dentistry, ultrasound, endoscopy, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. Our doctors have a wide range of experience and interests.

At Twin Maples, you will have the opportunity to see a variety of cases, both routine and challenging as well as the opportunity to observe the day-to-day scheduling and management of a large group practice.

Students will have the opportunity to shadow veterinarians, learn about practice management, assist in wellness and ill patient visits and assist in surgery.

Students interested in our externship program are encouraged to contact Dr. Liz Neilley ( ) for further details and to schedule your externship.  Local housing will be provided if needed during the externship.

At VCA New Hartford Animal Hospital - Paid Externships (Posted 06/10/2022)

Paid Externship Opportunity


At VCA New Hartford Animal Hospital, we offer externship programs for currently enrolled DVM Students.

Our externship is an opportunity to practice and gain constructive feedback working along with our medical teams in case management and procedural skills. It involves immersion in daily operational tasks such as medical rounds, client communications, diagnostic acumen, and patient planning. It introduces Woofware and WoofU, our custom medical record management system and educational support platforms. Externship length is typically 2-4 weeks based upon school programs.

Our DVM Student externships at General Practice hospitals are paid experiences to assist in travel expenses (unless restricted by school agreements).

This externship can be a first step in evaluating future employment, internship promotion, or be introduced to a large support network.

If you are interested, please apply at and search for New Hartford Animal Hospital located in New Hartford New York. We look forward to meeting you!

Questions: or 315-737-7387



The Department of Pathobiological Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison welcomes applicants for a 3-year training position in Anatomic Pathology effective July 1, 2022.

This position is designed to prepare the individual for the ACVP certifying board examination and is based on a diverse diagnostic caseload from a wide array of sources, such as the UW Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, Milwaukee County and Henry Villas Zoos, International Crane Foundation, Wisconsin DNR, and specialty clinics. The successful candidate will also be exposed to the large-volume caseload of the UW RARC Comparative Pathology Laboratory and have the opportunity to collaborate extensively with Comparative Ocular Pathology Laboratory of Wisconsin (COPLOW) pathologists during the examination of ocular biopsies.

Additional training opportunities include active participation in diverse rounds and in the instructional program in Anatomic Pathology, as well as engaging in collaborative research projects based on candidate interest. The Pathobiological Sciences Department offers the successful candidate the opportunity to join a dedicated team of 5 anatomic pathologists with diverse expertise, in a collegial and supportive environment with exceptional resources in anatomic pathology, infectious disease pathobiology, oncology, food animal production medicine, and other disciplines.

For a more detailed overview of our anatomic pathology training program, please visit: Applicants must possess the DVM/VMD or equivalent degree and be eligible for Wisconsin licensure. Since residency training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine involves the practice of veterinary medicine on privately owned animals, the successful applicant would be required to be licensed in the state of Wisconsin at the start of the position.

Please note that applications are restricted to US citizens, foreign residents, and to individuals with specific visas, such as TN or E. Unfortunately, H1B visa applicants cannot be accepted at this time.

Applications consist of a (1) letter of intent, (2) curriculum vitae submitted by the candidate as well as (3) three letters of recommendation submitted by the referring individuals.

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and will be considered until February 28, 2022. The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities and women are strongly urged to apply. Names, titles and/or occupation, and addresses of applicants or nominees cannot be kept confidential.

To apply or for related questions, please email Dr. Sophie Aschenbroich at

First Coast No More Homeless Pets Externships (Posted 01/13/2022)



FCNMHP is now offering a new externship opportunity that encompasses both Incremental/Practical medical care and HQHVSN. First Coast No More Homeless Pets helps people and their pets with affordable, accessible veterinary care through our sustainable industry-leading programs, services and solutions. We are not a shelter, but we make shelters stronger with a broad range of comprehensive programs like our community medicine clinic, incremental care hospital, Pet Food Bank and through low-cost or no-cost spay neuter programs. In this past year alone, FCNMHP performed 23,070 S/N surgeries, treated 55,378 clients, supported our neighbors in need with over

$257,000 in charitable care grants and so much more!

FCNMHP externs will gain first-hand experience in providing affordable and accessible veterinary care to our local community who have demonstrated barriers to accessing care. Externs will interact with both staff and patients as they learn practical/incremental medicine, preventive medicine, shelter medicine, ID and reporting of victims of cruelty, and observe more

complicated medical and surgical conditions. They will work 1:1 with our staff DVMs to learn an immense amount of information by exposure to our extensive caseload. Externs will also have the ability to shadow our HQHVSN surgeons in addition to having firsthand surgical experience with cats and dogs depending on skill level.

Candidates must be third or fourth-year veterinary students in good academic standing at an AVMA accredited school of Veterinary Medicine. Fourth-year students will have priority. We do not enroll any students for externships from December 24 through January 1. We can accommodate veterinary student externs for a maximum of 2 weeks and time will be split between our veterinary hospital and community clinic as well as S/N facility. At this time housing is not provided but a stipend may be discussed for the right candidates.

FCNMHP is currently accepting applications for August 2022 through November 2023. Applications must be received at least two months prior to the requested start date and priority will be given to those with interest in Incremental/practical medicine, HQHVSN and shelter medicine.

For additional information please email Yvonne Kline at:

Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists (CCVS) - Emergency and Critical Care Specialty Internship (Posted 01/06/2022)

Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists (CCVS) is a 24-hour small animal emergency and specialty center with six available positions for our emergency and critical care specialty internship. This is a one-year program. Our hospital also has an emergency and critical care residency program. Our mission is to produce functional emergency doctors that practice a high standard of care and foster critical thought when making medical decisions.

In support of these goals, the CCVS internship works continuously to advance animal health and well-being by providing educational experiences both for and by interns and residents and by providing outstanding veterinary care. We strive to uphold our central values of a drive for excellence, accountability, trust, respect, commitment, professionalism, integrity, innovation, collaboration, and compassion.

This program is directly supported by three ACVECC Diplomates with two additional residency trained doctors sitting for boards this year. Additional specialists that work in support of the program include: four board-certified surgeons, one board-certified anesthesiologist, one board-certified radiologist, and one board certified cardiologist. There are also a board-certified cardiologist and a board-certified ophthalmologist with limited hours at our Dennis facility.

We are actively recruiting for, including but not limited to, additional criticalists, ER associates, a surgeon and internist.

CCVS has two locations on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The primary hospital is located at the gateway to Cape Cod in Buzzards Bay, MA. The second hospital is mid-Cape in South Dennis, MA. We are open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. The associate veterinarians, residents and criticalists work shifts at both locations. Interns may also work at both locations.

Our facilities offer a wide variety of diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, including a CT scanner, 2 ultrasound machines, echocardiography, 3 ventilators (1 anesthetic, 2 critical care), a blood bank with growing group of community donors, state of the art monitoring equipment including cage-side continuous ECG, 6 lead ECG, SpO2, EtCO2, direct arterial pressure monitoring, and viscoelastic coagulation monitoring. We are also equipped for parenteral nutrition formulation and administration.

Interns will have primary case responsibility through the emergency and critical care service. There is the potential for rotations with services outside of ECC, including surgery and cardiology. Cage side rounds with specialists occur twice daily. Interns will have direct overlap and guidance from senior veterinarians on the majority of their shifts. A criticalist is also available 24/7 for phone consultation. Didactic rounds and CE lectures are provided throughout the year. Interns will be expected to present a lecture on a topic of their choosing. Participation is expected in morbidity & mortality rounds and journal club sessions throughout the year.

Prior interns have successfully entered residencies for specialties of their choosing (emergency/critical care, internal medicine and dermatology). We have two interns currently in our program.

Cape Cod offers miles of beaches and numerous opportunities for outdoor activities including sailing, kayaking, fishing, and diving. The White Mountains of New Hampshire are 2 ½ hours away and provide some of the best mountain hikes on the east coast. Additionally, the practice is approximately 1 hour from Boston, MA and Providence, RI offering two large cities to explore and enjoy.

We are a proud United Veterinary Care Partner hospital. United Veterinary Care supports the unique culture and individuality of each partner hospital, while leaving the practice of medicine up to the hospital teams.

We strongly encourage an on-site interview prior to February 18, 2022, using COVID safety precautions. If an in-person interview is not possible, video or phone interviews are encouraged. Please contact Tracey Nowers at to schedule an interview.

Apply on the VIRMP website at:

Laura Leinen, DVM 



(561) 867-9661 | 


Internship and year in NYC at the ASPCA animal hospital (Posted 12/28/2021)

Have you considered an internship and year in NYC at the ASPCA animal hospital?

Apply for our 1-year, small animal rotating internship. In addition to the usual tracks of emergency, surgery, and internal medicine, you will also rotate through the unique areas of shelter medicine, forensic medicine, and care for victims of animal cruelty.

• Treat animals from low-income homes as part of a supportive, collaborative team of 10 staff veterinarians, a boarded internist and a boarded surgeon

• Provide emergency and urgent care, advanced dentistry, and a wide variety of soft tissue surgeries (including cystotomies, foreign bodies, pyometras and enucleations), with extensive support and on-the-job training and NO OVERNIGHT SHIFTS

Our benefits and salary are better than any internship out there! Check out our posting on VIRMP and apply!

Premier Veterinary Group – Chicago: Mentorship Program in Emergency Medicine (Posted 12/16/2021)

Mentorship Program in Emergency Medicine

Premier Veterinary Group – Chicago 

Premier Veterinary Group, a 24-hour specialty and emergency hospital located in Chicago, is seeking motivated, enthusiastic new graduates to join our team for an eight-month mentorship in emergency medicine.
Our mentorship program prepares new graduates for careers in emergency medicine by cultivating a strong emergency-focused knowledge base alongside the unique technical and communication skills needed to excel in the ER.

Program participants can expect to work as a valued part of our collaborative team of emergency doctors while enjoying the benefits of constant backup and mentorship. The program emphasizes primary case responsibility with more than 30 weeks of emergency training. In addition, new graduates spend dedicated time with specialists in internal medicine, surgery, neurology, cardiology, and anesthesia. All mentees also complete an external critical care rotation and may opt for additional training alongside our specialists in radiology and/or oncology. Specialists and experienced emergency clinicians lead didactic rounds on emergency-focused topics, while bi-monthly communications training and technical skills labs further prepare new graduates for success in an emergency setting.

Following completion of the program, newly trained ER doctors will transition to a full-time position within the Premier network of hospitals, which includes locations in Chicago, Orland Park, and Grayslake.
Premier Veterinary Group is a member of Ethos Veterinary Health. Our Chicago location is home to a busy ER, and our specialty hospital offers all the tools you need to learn and succeed: ultrasound, CT, MRI, endoscopy, laparoscopy, full in-house laboratory, and an in-house blood-banking program. More important, we have a friendly, hard-working team of doctors and skilled nurses who provide support to new graduates 24/7.

Program participants will be scheduled five days a week, allowing for appropriate work-life balance and ample opportunity to enjoy life in Chicago, one of the greatest cities in the world. Benefits include 10 days annual paid vacation, AVMA and VECCS memberships, reimbursement for Illinois licensure, uniform allowance, immediate eligibility for medical/dental/vision insurance, and professional liability coverage.

The position will be filled on a rolling basis, but applicants are encouraged to submit a letter of interest and CV no later than February 1, 2022.

For more information or to submit materials and request an interview, please contact Dr. Katie Pratt:

The University of Pennsylvania - Cardiology and Emergency/Critical Care Research Internship  (Posted 12/16/2021)

This 12-month research internship program in small animal cardiology and emergency/critical care (ECC) medicine consists of primarily clinical, translational, and systems biology research, with some didactic and clinical training in companion animal cardiology and ECC medicine. The responsibilities and opportunities entailed by the internship program include active participation in service research efforts that involve client-owned animals.  In addition, the intern will be expected to assist the cardiology and ECC faculty and residents with patient receiving and management in the emergency room (ER) and intensive care unit (ICU), with particular attention to patients that are eligible for clinical studies.

The intern will actively participate in and support collaborative cardiology and ECC research in the form of case recruitment and evaluation and assistance in data entry, analysis, and manuscript preparation.  Research-oriented duties are expected to compose the majority of the intern’s efforts. The intern will likely expend 75-80% of their time in the ICU and ER and 20-25% of their time in cardiology.  The intern will be encouraged to participate in daily case and topic rounds with the 4th year veterinary students and hospital house officers. The intern will be expected to complete an investigative research project suitable for publication and/or presentation at a scientific meeting.  The intern will be awarded a certificate of internship upon successful completion of the program.  Current research areas in the cardiology and ECC sections include new biomarkers of heart failure, acute and chronic diuretic responsiveness, cardiorenal interactions, novel pharmaceutical agents for treatment of heart failure, coagulation, resuscitation, and microcirculatory imaging.  
The Penn Vet cardiology section consists of 3 faculty members, 3 residents, 1 research intern, and 2 cardiac nurses. The Penn Vet ECC section consists of 9 faculty members, 9 residents, and numerous nurses in both ICU and the ER.  The services are dedicated to a robust and active research program that actively involves our interns and residents.  The intern is expected to operate under the joint supervision of the cardiology and ECC faculty but is expected to demonstrate initiative and independence in the performance of his/her duties.  The duties of the intern are expected to necessitate mentored and independent study, a high degree of organizational skills, excellent communication skills, and ability to work in a busy clinical and research setting.  Applicants are required to have completed a rotating medical and surgical internship or possess comparable clinical experience.  
Specifically, the intern is expected to be involved the following: 
* Prospective research project including literature search, formulation of research hypothesis and methods, execution, and reporting of results at appropriate veterinary conference and/or peer-reviewed publication 
* Collaboration and contribution to ongoing ECC and cardiology research projects which include the following: 
* Prospective evaluation of the diuretic responsiveness and new classes of diuretic drugs in acute congestive heart failure 
* Systems biology studies of the proteome, genome, metabolome, and gastrointestinal microbiome of cardiovascular disease 
* Assessment of effectiveness and safety of fuzapladib for the treatment of acute pancreatitis in client-owned dogs. 
* Evaluation of the microcirculation in critically ill dogs. 
* Antibiotic stewardship prospective studies: duration of antibiotics in dogs with pneumonia and metronidazole for actue diarrhea in dogs 
* Observational studies evaluating shock and fluid therapy 
* Other research projects that are developed during the course of the internship year 
* Assistance in patient recruitment and examination and data collection, entry, and analysis 
* Performance of study procedures (i.e., blood draws and submission or testing on site, ECG, blood pressure, microcirculatory imaging, etc.) 
* The intern is expected to work closely with cardiology and ECC nurses, students, residents, and faculty as well as members of the hospital’s clinical investigation center. 
* The intern will also assist cardiology and ECC clinicians in the diagnosis, care, and treatment of inpatients and out-patients, participate in student rounds, resident rounds, journal clubs, and service meetings 
The Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (VHUP) houses board-certified faculty in virtually every specialty. Capabilities include interventional radiology, minimally invasive surgery, hemodialysis and plasmapheresis. Imaging modalities include MRI, CT, Doppler ultrasound, and fluoroscopy. VHUP is situated on Penn’s vibrant main campus in Philadelphia, a beautiful historic city with an abundance of cultural resources including music, art, theatres, and fine dining ( ]). Philadelphia offers easy access to New York and Washington DC. Additionally, Wissahickon Valley Park, Valley Forge National Park, and many more are within minutes of the city for the nature enthusiast. 
$35,568, including University health care benefits.  The University provides a comprehensive and competitive benefits package which includes multiple options for retirement savings and healthcare insurance. 

Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed until an appropriate candidate is identified. Interested applicants should send a letter of intent including a statement of personal goals, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, and contact information for three references. The letters should be directed to Dr. Deborah Silverstein, Professor of Critical Care ( and to Dr. Mark Oyama, Professor of Cardiology (, Department of Clinical Sciences and Advanced Medicine, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 3900 Delancey Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6010. 

The University of Pennsylvania is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University of Pennsylvania does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class status in the administration of its admissions, financial aid, educational or athletic programs, or other University administrated programs or in its employment practices.

Questions of complaints regarding this policy should be directed to the Executive Director of the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Programs, Samson Place East, 3600 Chestnut Street, Suite 228, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6106; or (215) 898-6993 (Voice) or (215) 898 7803 (TDD). 

University of Missouri - Residency & One Internship (Posted 12/10/2021)

We have one residency and one internship open at the University of Missouri through the Food Animal Clinic.

The residency position is a Large Animal Medicine Residency with Food Animal Emphasis and the internship position is a Food Animal Ambulatory and Production Medicine rotating internship.

Both positions are open outside of the match program.  

Position announcements are attached.

Feel free to contact me if you have questions.

Pamela R. F. Adkins, DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Assistant Professor, Food Animal Medicine and Surgery
Vet Public Health Emphasis Area Coordinator
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Missouri
900 East Campus Drive
Columbia, MO 65211
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Rhinebeck Equine 6-Month Internship  (Posted 12/02/2021)

Rhinebeck Equine 6-Month Internship 

Are you interested in furthering your training at an equine referral and ambulatory practice? 

Due to health issues, one of our 5 current interns is on limited duty, providing an immediate opening through June 2022. Rhinebeck Equine offers extensive hands-on hospital and ambulatory experience with a team of board-certified specialists and experienced practitioners serving a diverse caseload.

Our rotating internship program will prepare you for a career in general practice or further specialization in any discipline, providing an unmatched well-rounded experience and ample time off to recharge and enjoy the beautiful Hudson Valley.

The intern schedule consists of bi-weekly rotations through surgery, medicine, ambulatory services, sports medicine (summer & fall), and reproduction (spring). Time off is divided amongst the interns. While we expect our interns to work hard, we also want them to have time to recharge. Interns may be called upon to perform some after-hours treatments and observation of hospitalized patients as needed. However, the hospital is staffed by technicians around the clock and our interns are not treated as technicians. 

In addition to salary and housing, interns receive a contribution towards loan repayment, select emergency fees, liability coverage, association dues and licensing fees, and a contribution towards a high deductible health insurance plan.

All applicants must be senior veterinary students in good academic standing and graduating prior to February 2022 OR a veterinary college graduate. While virtual interviews can be done, an in-person visit is strongly encouraged. Interviews will be available at AAEP. Interested applicants should submit a brief letter of intent, curriculum vitae, a current transcript from veterinary college, a small passport-type photo, and a list of at least 3 persons, along with contact information, who will act as professional references. Foreign graduates will be considered depending on VISA and COVID restrictions. 

How can you get more information? 

- Watch the Rhinebeck Equine Internship video, which gives more details about the program, as well as the video featuring our 2020-2021 interns.

- Review the internship information at the AAEP Career Center.

- See what our past interns are doing and reach out to current and past interns about their experience. They are all eager to answer any questions you may have and help you figure out if Rhinebeck is a good fit for you. Rhinebeck Equine Intern Contact List

Please reach out with any questions! 

Laura H. Javsicas, VMD, DACVIM

Rhinebeck Equine

26 Losee Lane

Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Ph: (845) 876-7085 ext. 1028

Fax: (845) 876-8611

Cell: (845) 418-7607

Gilbert Queen Creek Emergency Veterinarian - Rotations & Mentorship (Posted 12/02/2021)

DEVELOPING YOUR CAREER AS A DOCTOR A Unique Small Animal Rotating Internship with Emphasis on Helping You Become the Best Doctor You Can Be

One Position Remaining! Visit our website at Apply by emailing  

One Position Remaining

Rotations and Mentorship

Our program is designed to help new doctors gain valuable experience and grow their confidence quickly as they learn what it’s like to be the primary attending DVM in the different practice types of veterinary medicine. Educational opportunities throughout the year include advanced surgical wet labs with our Board-Certified Surgeons, Monthly Journal Club, Case Reviews and Presentations, Formal Lectures, and more. We are proud to offer unique diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, including our Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber, CT Imaging, Endoscopy, PRP and Ozone Therapy, Stem Cell Therapy, Fecal Transfaunation and more.

New doctors will perform or learn how to manage the following medical conditions throughout each rotation:

General Practice

 ● Alternative Therapies and Holistic Medicine ● Media and Externa Ear Infections ● Vaccination Protocols ● Dental Care Recommendations ● Hyperthyroidism ● Fear Free Techniques ● Arthritis Management ● Cancer Therapies and Management ● Seizures ● FIP/FELV Treatments and Management ● Nutrition and Client Education ● Food Allergies ● Fecal Flotation and In-House Labs ● Addisons and Cushings Management ● Fecal Transplants Shelter Medicine ● Ovariohysterectomy ● Orchiectomy ● Scrotal Ablation ● Vaccination Clinic ● Community Outreach ● Rescue Assistance ● Tumor Removal ● Interpreting Pre-Operative Bloodwork ● Catch and Release Procedures to Help Manage the Pet Population

Emergency and Critical Care

 ● Diabetic Ketoacidosis ● Parvo and Distemper ● Intervertebral Disk Disease ● FLUTD ● Congestive Heart Failure ● Hemoabdomen ● Heat Stroke ● Anemia ● Seizures ● Leptospirosis ● Wound Management ● IMHA ● Transfusion Medicine ● NG Tube Placement ● Valley Fever ● Trauma ● Chronic Kidney Disease Management ● Hepatic Lipidosis ● Pyometra ● Chest Tube Placement ● Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Advanced Surgery and Dentistry

 ● Vulvoplasty ● Nephrectomy ● Anal Saculectomy ● Liver Lobectomy ● Gastropexy ● Esophagostomy Tube ● Limb Amputation ● Cholecytectomy ● Stenotic Nares ● RNA ●Tracheostomy ● Enterotomy ● Rectal Prolapse ● Thoracic Centesis ● Bilateral MLP ● Abdominal Centesis ● Meniscus Repair ● Cherry Eye Repair ● Elongated Soft Palate ● FHO ● Splenectomies ● Cruciate Repair ● Enucleation ● Peri-anal Hernia ● Tail Amputation ● Esophagus Tube Placement ● Exploratory Laparotomy ●Salivary Gland Resection ● Diaphragmatic Hernia Repair ● Feline and Canine Perineal Urethrostomy

Work Less Than 40 Hours a Week. Supportive Mentorship & Team that Feel like Family. $80,000-$100,000 Starting Salary. $150k Guaranteed if Hired after Internship, though Most Make $200k+.

Our Team and What Sets Us Apart Our team is our family! We are a close-knit team of an Oncologist, two Surgeons, a Criticalist, a Valley Fever Consultant, and a Cardiologist who work closely with all of our 40+ GP and emergency doctors, and a highly-trained and dedicated support staff. Our staff turnover rate is less than 1/5th of the national average for veterinary teams. We truly strive to ensure our team are happy, fulfilled, challenged to learn new things, and of course are appreciated for all of their hard work! Our quarterly epic team building adventures include kayaking, white water rafting, paintball, horseback riding, wine and art nights, hiking, and wine and paint nights!

Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital - Equine Internship Opportunity (12/02/2021)

Internship Duties: Interns have primary case responsibility under the supervision of a senior clinician for the duration of the internship.

The interns perform daily assessment of their hospitalized cases, complete medical records, present cases in daily rounds, perform diagnostics, administer anesthesia, assist in surgery and medicine procedures and participate in monthly journal club.

The interns on ambulatory service are under the direction of our doctors on all cases such as dentals, lameness exams, reproductive work, podiatry, etc. After hours/weekend on call rotation is for referral emergencies and the intern will see all cases alongside a senior clinician. Interns will rotate between primary receiving (with a senior clinician), being on anesthesia/back up call, and providing ambulatory emergency care. Interns receive one full weekend off per month.

During the week, the intern is responsible for the care of their hospitalized cases and cases are transferred to doctor on call for the intern's weekend off. After hours treatments and monitoring are primarily carried out by overnight technicians and hospital staff.

For more information, you can contact  

Oakridge Equine Hospital Internship - Edmond, OK (Posted11/23/2021)

Oakridge Equine Hospital offers a 1-year internship with a primary focus on surgery, sports medicine, and imaging. 

A wide variety of internal medicine and general practice cases are also included. 

There are 6 internship positions available to qualified applicants, with the goal of providing new graduates a strong foundation for application into a residency program or entering into private practice. To date, 80% of past interns that have applied for a residency program were successful in securing one.

Oakridge consists of 5 board-certified surgeons, providing the opportunity to learn from a diverse skill set.  Each intern will be paired with a single surgeon on a rotating basis to maximize exposure to a variety of case types.  Rotation will also include time spent on field service and performing anesthesia. 

Duties include assisting with outpatient diagnostics, lameness exams, surgical assistance, and daily care of your team's in-house patients.  After-hours ambulatory emergency duty is shared between an associate and rotation of the intern class.  After-hours treatments are performed by a technician.  On average, each intern will enjoy 2 nights off per week and 2 weekends off per month. 

We have a wide-range referral base encompassing all of Oklahoma, and extending into Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Texas.  Caseload consists primarily of Quarter Horse and Thoroughbred, with disciplines ranging from racing and rodeo to pleasure riding.  We offer clients the only high-field MRI in the area to best provide for our patients.  Other specialty therapies include stem cell, regenerative laser, platelet rich plasma, IRAP, shock wave, AO/ASIF fracture fixation, and many other cutting edge surgical therapies.

The internship year extends from June 1st, through the end of May of the following year.  This internship will facilitate critical thinking and refinement of your skills in a relaxed, yet professional environment.  Upon completion of your internship year, you will have participated in a large and diverse surgical caseload, as well as all aspects of sports medicine, emergency medicine, and have a strong foundation for internal medicine.

Benefits include:

  • Housing
  • Health/Dental Insurance
  • Professional Dues/Licensing Fees
  • CE Stipend
  • Emergency Fees

Application deadline is November 1st.  Externship is highly recommended to gain insight into the hospital, but is not required for application.

The following is required for application submission:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Letter of Intent
  • Veterinary School Transcripts
  • 3 Letters of Reference

Please send application documents and/or any questions regarding the internship program to

Dr. Lauren Lamb at

Dr Jeff Brakenhoff 

Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital - Fellowship in Equine Internal Medicine: Lexington, KY. (Posted 11/09/2021)

Fellowship in Equine Internal Medicine, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, Lexington, KY.

Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital is seeking applicants for one fellowship position in equine internal medicine.   

It is anticipated that this will commence on or about February 1st, 2022. 

The fellowship would suit individuals with an interest in neonatal intensive care and referral medicine practice. 

Duties would include day and night emergency duty, outpatient receiving, and management of hospitalized medicine cases.  Previous fellows have transitioned to internship, residency, and practice ownership.  Salary for the five month position is negotiable and will be pro-rated from a minimum of $40000 per annum based on candidate experience.  The position will end on or about June 30th, 2022.

The successful applicant will work with and be supervised by five ACVIM boarded diplomates. 

Interested parties should forward their curriculum vitae (naming three referees) and statement of career goals to Dr. Peter Morresey 

Questions regarding the above position should be directed to Dr. Peter Morresey by email ( ).

Deadline for completed applications is October 30th, 2021 or until such time that the position is filled.

Due to difficulties with immigration services and the inability to guarantee the obtaining of a suitable visa to allow work within the United States, this position can only be offered to citizens of the United States or candidates with pre-existing immigration clearance for the United States at this time.

Broadreach:  Veterinary Medicine Instructors Wanted to Teach High School Programs Abroad! (Posted 11/09/2021)

Broadreach is a leader in experiential programs abroad for middle school, high school, and college aged students.

Over the past 26 years, more than 18,000 students have traveled with Broadreach to 40 countries.

Our mission is to challenge students to broaden their perspectives through new experiences and environments, to inspire them to develop lifelong skills, to discover and explore their passions, and to empower them to reach beyond limitations and take charge of their future.

Broadreach veterinary medicine courses introduce high school and college students to academic material while giving them an opportunity to gain hands on experience in the field. The courses combine classroom learning, academic discussions, practical animal handling, and veterinary lab training.

Our program leaders inspire students fostering personal growth and cultivating leadership development. They prioritize safety and are energetic role models who excel in building meaningful relationships with their students.

Leading a Broadreach program is a fun, rewarding, and demanding position.

Broadreach maintains a small group size of 12 students or less led by two instructors. Programs can be challenging for students and instructors, which makes a positive demeanor essential. Our strongest instructors are flexible, team players who excel in quickly changing scenarios, while maintaining a supportive, fun, and cohesive community.


· DVM or Master degree in animal science or a related field of study.

· Comfort teaching college level science course including hands-on academics, labs and field survey techniques.

· Strong decision making and problem solving skills, able to work without direct supervision and adaptable to often changing, dynamic environments.

· Passion for mentoring and motivating students and fostering cultural learning.

· Physically fit and comfort participating in outdoor activities such as hiking, rafting, rock climbing, snorkeling, ziplining, etc.

· Demonstrated success working on diverse teams with a collaborative mindset.

· Able to attend staff training in Raleigh, NC in early June.

Preferred Skills & Experience:

· Significant international travel experience, preferably in Latin America or Southeast Asia.

· Program leading or experience working with teens or young adults outside of the classroom.

· Open availability from early June to mid-August increases chance of placement.

Hear instructors and students share what they gained on our Costa Rica Veterinary Medicine program

Submit your resume and apply now

Matanzas River Animal Hospital - Externship: St. Augustine, FL (Posted 11/09/2021)

We are a small animal exclusive practice with two doctors and experienced staff (most have been her over 5 years).

We have education benefits for our support staff to help further their education and reach our goal of becoming and AAHA hospital.

We are about 90% paperless and are working diligently towards that goal. We have a large clientele and have been in the same location for 23 years.

We have a new state of the art 5,600 sq. ft. facility with 4 exam rooms and a large treatment area including two wet tables.

We have a full-service laboratory on site, DR radiography, DR dental radiography, ultrasound, 2 table surgical suite, separate ICU including O2 cages, and central O2 and scavenging throughout the hospital.

We see approximately

125-135 cases per week:

20% wellness

60% medical

20% day emergent/surgical

8-10 surgery cases per week:

25% spay/neuter

50% soft tissue

50% mass excisions

25% GI Laparotomy

25% Urinary Laparotomy

25% Dentals

90% extractions/surgical

10% cleaning only

Come practice medicine under the direct supervision of licensed Veterinarians in a positive mentoring environment.

We currently have availability for externships at our practice. They are 2 weeks in length, come with housing (14 nights at local hotel), Breakfast and lunch while working, and a stipend of $250.00 per week.

If you are interested in learning more or participating in an externship, please contact Matanzas River Animal Hospital directly.

904-794-4002 call / text

Claiborne Farm - Veterinary Intern; Kentucky (Posted 11/09/2021)

Claiborne Farm is seeking a veterinary intern to join our team in central Kentucky beginning June 2022.

Claiborne is a 3000 acre farm with over 400 horses on site. In addition to dedicated crews for mares, foaling and yearling care, the farm has its own clinic space for medical treatment, ultrasound, radiology and endoscopic equipment, as well as a clinical laboratory.

Dr. Bailey, the resident veterinarian, is a board certified theriogenologist with over 12 years of experience training interns and residents.

The caseload will consist of routine herd management, reproductive management of brood mares, foaling and neonatal care for over 150 foals per year and supporting those foals through their first year of development.  The intern will work under supervision of the resident veterinarian and have access to backup from trained staff and the veterinary team at all times. Due to the caseload and level of care the intern will have the opportunity to become proficient in a wide variety of elective and emergency procedures in a fast-paced friendly environment.

There is additional opportunity to follow cases through their management at either of the two largest equine hospitals in the world, Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital and Hagyard Equine Medical Institute. This represents an excellent opportunity to build solid skills as an equine practitioner or to prepare a veterinarian for residency training in equine theriogenology, surgery or medicine. 

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package and housing is provided on request. The intern will have 2 weekends/month off, 1 week (6 days) of vacation and attendance at one CE conference. Vacation time and CE will be taken July-December at the discretion of the farm management.

To express interest, please contact Dr. Bailey at the numbers above or submit a letter of intent, CV, and 3 letters of recommendation through the AAEP Avenues Internship portal. An externship or interview will be scheduled depending on availability.

Resident Veterinarian: C. Scott Bailey, (919)360-6765

703 Winchester Road, Paris KY 40361

Veterinary Referral Associates - Internships/Externships (Posted 11/09/2021)


Veterinary Referral Associates
500 Perry PKWY
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20878
United States
Phone: 301-926-3300

Intern class size: 6

Authorized Administrative Official: Matthew Lechner, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)
Contact Email Address:

Inclusive Dates of Program: 6/15/2022 to 7/1/2023

Employment Information

Salary: 45,000

Opportunity to earn additional cash compensation: ER relief work at the hospital available

Benefits: • Continuing Education allowance ($500.00)
• Reimbursement for state license
• Reimbursement for AVMA dues
• VIN membership provided
• Ability to participate in medical insurance as offered to all employees
• Eligibility for Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance
• Eligibility to participate in 401(k) retirement savings plan
• Professional Liability Coverage
• Scrubs and white coats provided

Vacation: 5 days (with additional for interview days allowed)

Is a contract required? Yes

Is a non-compete clause required? Yes   If yes, what is the time and distance? 7 miles for 12 months (ER positions only)

Is a State license required? Yes   If yes, what is the licensure fee? $225

Is a DEA license required? No

Is USDA accreditation required? No



The following information represents the average of cases in direct support of this program

Total No. Annual Cases

Average Daily No. Cases Presented to Hospital

Average No. Cases Treated Daily as Outpatients

Average No. of Inpatients Each Day

Average No. Daily Surgeries Performed

Average No. of Emergency Cases Seen Daily







Number of Faculty/Clinicians in Direct Support of Program: 22
Number of Residents in Direct Support of Program: 0

Diplomates in Direct Support of Internship


Full Time

Part Time/Consultant


Full Time

Part Time/Consultant

































































Registered/Licensed/Certified Veterinary Technicians

In Direct Support of Program

Assigned to the Emergency Service per shift

Assigned to the Intensive Care Unit per shift




Outcomes Assessment

Average number of interns who started this program per year for the past 5 years:  4

Average number of interns who completed this program per year for the past 5 years:  4

Prerequisites other than being a Graduate of a College of Veterinary Medicine

Pass NAVLE and have a MD license

Requirements for Application

  1. Standard VIRMP Application Packet
    • VIRMP Application
    • Veterinary School Official Transcript
    • Personal Statement
    • Curriculum Vitae
    • 3 - 4 Standardized Letters of Reference

Visa Sponsorship

If you will require visa sponsoring or are unsure about your work status, please review the Information for Foreign Applicants page and contact this program prior to applying. Please be aware that some programs listed in the VIRMP accept applications ONLY from citizens of the United States (or Canada if a Canadian program) or from applicants who possess permanent residency status at the time of application.

Clinical Experience and Responsibilities

  1. Yes No

Does the intern have primary case care responsibility for first-opinion and emergency/critical care cases?

  1. Yes No

Is the intern the primary surgeon on a broad range of elective and entry-level procedures?

  1. Yes No

Does the intern have primary case care responsibility for complex cases with supervision by a boarded specialist?

  1. Yes No

Are patient rounds held daily with a boarded specialist in attendance?

  1. 100%

What is the percentage of time the intern will be directly supervised?

Didactic Training

  1. Yes No

Are teaching rounds held weekly?

  1. Yes No

Does the intern deliver a professional presentation or seminar to senior clinicians and peers?

  1. Yes No

Does the intern have an opportunity to attend a professional meeting?

  1. Yes No

Is financial support provided to attend a professional meeting?

  1. Yes No

Is the intern required to complete/submit a publication?


  1. Yes No

Does the intern have access to current medical textbooks?

  1. Yes No

Is a computer with internet access provided?

  1. Yes No

Does the intern have access to search engines for scientific literature and online journals?

  1. Yes No

Does the primary hospital have an intensive care unit?


  1. Do interns have access to the following equipment/technology, either on-site or outsourced?
    • Arthroscopy
    • Basic clinical laboratory equipment
    • Blood Gas Analysis
    • Blood Pressure Monitoring
    • Bone Plating Equipment
    • CT Scan
    • Diagnostic Laboratory
    • Digital Radiography
    • Echocardiography
    • Electrocardiography
    • Endoscopy
    • Laparoscopy
    • MRI
    • Nuclear Medicine
    • Physical Therapy Equipment
    • Ultrasound


These percentages may not be cumulative

  1. 25%

Percentage of program intern is assigned to daytime primary emergency

  1. 2%

Percentage of program intern is assigned to overnight primary emergency

  1. 0%

Percentage of program intern is assigned to first opinion (primary care) clinics

  1. 6%

Percentage of program intern is provided elective time

  1. 0%

Percentage of program intern is required to work at a secondary (satellite) clinic


  1. Yes No

Is a formal orientation program required?

  1. Yes No

Does the intern have a mentor who is a veterinarian in the practice?

  1. Yes No

Are written performance evaluations provided?

  1. Yes No

Is an internship orientation manual provided?

Additional Information about Program

Veterinary Referral Associates is proud to offer six rotating internship positions in medicine, surgery and emergency/critical care beginning June 15, 2022 for a period of 54 weeks.

Veterinary Referral Associates is located in Gaithersburg, MD, a suburb of Washington, DC. VRA has been an established hospital in our community for over 30 years, and occupies an approximately 32,000 square foot facility. We have provided internship training for over 20 years. Our hospital is uniquely known for excellence in emergency/critical care medicine, and is supported by a first class 24/7 emergency care department. Thus, a successful candidate will gain invaluable experience in emergency/critical care. Our team includes emergency and critical care (10), internal medicine (3), ophthalmology (1), medical oncology (1), radiation oncology (1), radiology (3), anesthesia (1), neurology (2), surgery (2), dermatology (1) and clinical pathology (1). Cardiology services are provided by Chesapeake Veterinary Cardiology Associates located in our facility 5 days a week. Radiology services are provided by Synergy Veterinary Imaging located in our facility 5 days a week. Clinical pathology is provided by EVP located in our facility 5 days a week. VRA is staffed 24 hours a day 7 days a week by doctors, technicians, and receptionists. Applicants will be considered based on their letter of intent, resume, academic record, and letters of recommendation. Phone or in-person interviews are highly recommended, but are not required.

We believe that great students become great veterinarians when they have a good knowledge base, highly trained specialists, and proper equipment to support them. State-of-the-art is an understatement when you consider what our hospital offers our clientele; a population drawn from states throughout the Mid-Atlantic region (including Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia). We have a very well-equipped diagnostic imaging department with on-site CT with a Power Injector, a 1.5 Tesla MRI, full fluoroscopy, C-arm fluoroscopy, nuclear scintigraphy, portable dental radiography, two digital radiography suites, and a radiation treatment center offering stereotactic radiation.

Rotations include emergency medicine and critical care, internal medicine, neurology/neurosurgery, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, anesthesia and analgesia, radiology, cardiology (interns will complete a cardiology rotation with Chesapeake Veterinary Cardiology Associates located in our facility), ophthalmology, medical and radiation oncology, clinical pathology, rehabilitation, as well as 3 weeks of elective rotation. During the elective rotation interns get a chance to spend 3 extra weeks on a rotation of their choice in the hospital or spend the time visiting universities/hospitals that offer additional training in their area of interest.

Our expanding rehabilitation/physical therapy department is equipped with two underwater treadmills, a Swimex endless therapy pool, and dedicated ‘dry’ therapy indoor and outdoor areas. The care is provided by certified canine rehabilitation practitioners.

Other specialized services frequently utilized by our team include:
• Diagnostic ultrasonography, nuclear scintigraphy
• Endoscopy, colonoscopy, bronchoscopy, rhinoscopy, and cystoscopy
• Fluoroscopy and interventional radiology
• Our intensive care and emergency services have separate nursing staffs
• Comprehensive surgical capabilities (soft tissue and orthopedic)
• Laparoscopy
• Extensive critical care services including blood gas analysis, mechanical ventilation, and nutritional support
• Radioactive iodine therapy for feline hyperthyroidism

Successful interns will be highly motivated, have excellent organizational skills, be able to multi-task, possess stellar written and verbal communication skills, and maintain a positive attitude. Interns will manage a rigorous caseload at times and are expected to maintain primary case responsibility for patients evaluated through the emergency department. We pride ourselves with the 24/7 support provided to our interns, and each is directly mentored by a faculty member.

Interns are expected to participate in weekly didactic lectures given by faculty, weekly literature reviews in journal club, and weekly radiology reading rounds. Supervised case rounds are conducted daily and all interns present cases and participate in pathophysiology and pharmacology discussions. Interns will complete a grand rounds presentation as well as M&M rounds. Internet access, a paid subscription to the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), and an extensive on-site library are available. Additionally, the Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health is located 20 minutes from the hospital.

Our location, just north of Washington DC, provides access to many cultural, educational, and recreational facilities. Interns are encouraged to explore their local community to promote a healthy and balanced lifestyle.




Calling all future veterinarians and veterinary dentists! 

Please join us as part of your training in becoming a world class veterinarian. 

We are a 2 hospital privately run practice group located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago offering externship opportunities for current veterinary students. 

Your externship will consist of spending one-on-one time with each of our experienced doctors offering mentorship in every aspect of general practice, including client communication, outpatient case management, hospitalization, surgery, general dentistry, as well as dental specialty and business management. 

We practice high quality advanced medicine, while providing compassionate care to the cherished small town communities we serve.


Veterinary externs will spend time in both our locations (Barrington Animal Hospital/Dental Referral Service in Barrington, Illinois and Animal Care Center in Buffalo Grove, Illinois). 

  • 2 to 8 week externships available
  • Each week will consist of rotations through the different departments
    • General Practice Appointments – developing treatment plans for wellness appointments, providing care and plans for sick patients, and communicating with staff and clients as well as writing medical reports for outpatients
    • Surgery – review preoperative care plans, place IV catheters, review bloodwork, scrub in and learn surgery, and provide post operative monitoring plans and reports.
    • Dental consults – (optional) for more dental experience, shadow the board certified dentist and resident in seeing consults to learn more about dental specialty cases
    • Dental procedures – (optional) assist with procedures such as root canals, vital pulpotomies, mass removals and jaw fracture repairs
    • Business management – (optional) learn more about business management, financing, human resources, and general day to day tasks of running a business
  • Housing available
  • Weekly stipend provided
  • Hands on training with experienced doctors, dental specialists, and practice owners


Our externs are current veterinary students interested in small animal practice and dental specialty who are also enthusiastic and possess a drive to learn and excel in their field.  We treat our externs as members of our team who maintain the high quality medicine and standards of our practices.  Our externs will be:

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited DVM program
  • Authorized to work in the United States
  • Insured with professional liability insurance (provided free of charge by AVMA PLIT – please consult their website

Contact us today to get started on your career goals!


We are a group of 2 privately owned hospitals in the northwest suburbs of Chicago with 1 goal – to connect with the community by setting a new standard of care.  Barrington Animal Hospital has been serving the community since 1906.  Next year, we are moving to a brand new 13,000sf facility that will include a full service hospital equipped with the newest technology, extensive dental suite and introducing new services such as boarding, grooming and daycare.  The Animal Care Center of Buffalo Grove just opened in July 2021 in a brand new building and includes a full service hospital and grooming.  We take great care in our service to the local community and are proud to share our insight in to the industry with new veterinarians.

Contact: Joanna Krol 

WVRC Mid year Internship (Posted 11/04/2021)

WVRC is a part of the Ethos network of specialty & referral practices, and services the greater Milwaukee and Southeastern Wisconsin region with locations in Waukesha, Grafton and Kenosha/Racine, Wisconsin.

Our Waukesha location is both a VECCS Certified Level 1 hospital and a recognized AVECC provisional trauma center. Other services at WVRC include onsite boarded specialists in critical care, surgery, internal medicine, neurology, ophthalmology, dentistry, oncology, anesthesiology, cardiology, and dermatology. 

Our clinic has a branch of ZRL labs in our main hospital, for diagnostic quality same day results.  We are also equipped with a complete in-house lab for point of care & after-hours results, digital radiology, cage side ultrasound, telemetry, ventilator, MRI & CT.  For additional information, please visit our website

Our team of interns receive a 1 year, clinically based training program in emergency/critical care medicine, emergency surgery, advanced diagnostics, and client communication as well as elective time spent with specialty services. Highlights of our ER focused internship: 
          - Primary case responsibility 
          - Onsite 24 hour mentorship 
          - Training with specialists 
          - Training to be primary surgeons in general emergency surgery including- GDV, foreign body removal, intestinal resection & anastomosis, splenectomy, pyometra, C-section, minor surgical procedures.  On-call surgeons are also available for mentoring and for specialized emergency surgeries.

          - With WVRC being part of the Ethos network, we have full access to VetBloom, the innovative learning ecosystem, with cutting edge online courses & a vast compendium of comprehensive & current resources. 

This internship begins February 1st, 2022, & is supported by ER Focused interns, obtained through the match.  The mid-year intern will have the support of 6 interns with 7 months of training.  Then the mid-year intern returns the mentorship to our new class of interns who start in June of 2022.

WVRC sees a strong & diverse caseload, using an exceptional team of employees, & we are well known for our focus on providing excellent care & client service. Our interns become an integral part the team. The program can prepare interns for careers in emergency medicine, residency programs, specialty internships or strong general practice.  We are looking for interns who have a passion for high quality, clinically based learning with a large, varied caseload, & possess strong communication skills. Most of our interns have recently graduated & are licensed graduates from AVMA accredited schools.  We can accept those eligible for a TN visa, but unfortunately, we do not offer full visa sponsorships

Benefits include available health, dental, short- & long-term disability, health FSA, employee pet discount, paid PLIT liability insurance, AVMA and VECCS dues, and WI license reimbursement.  CE benefits include online CPR courses provided to each intern who has not completed the courses, through RECOVER; plus $500 CE allowance.


Ethos is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Ethos does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided based on qualifications, competence, merit, and business need.  Employment with Ethos is contingent upon successfully completing a background check & showing proof of eligibility to work in the United States on your first day.   Please contact Dr. Mike Quigley at WVRC (262-542-3241) or


Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic - Internship (Posted 10/15/2021)

The World’s Greatest Internship!

The Most Unique Rotating Internship In Scottsdale, Arizona For Those Who Want the Most of Their First Year as a Doctor!

$70,000 salary $10, 000 bonus

Internship? More like Mentorship! We believe that the rest of your career is advanced from your experience in your first year of practice. Learn alongside a large team of Associate Veterinarians with extensive experience in:

● Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (2,500/year!)

● Emergency and Critical Care

● Advanced Surgery

● Dentals (5,000/year!)

● General Practice

● Fecal Transfaunation

● Diagnostic Ultrasounds

● Endoscopy

● Digital X-Ray

● Stem Cell Therapy

● CT Scans (3,300/year!)

● PRP and Ozone Therapy

Rotate through a Large Specialty, Emergency & Referral Hospital, Large Hybrid Emergency and General Practice, Low Cost and Spay and Neuter Practice, and Traditional General 3-4 Doctor Practice.


● Scheduled Less than 40 Hours a Week ● 1 week Paid Vacation ● Scrub Allowance ● 1 week Paid Off for CE + Allowance ● Health, Dental & Vision Insurance ● License & AVMA Reimbursement ● Veterinary Services & Discount ● Rotating nights & weekends off!


We challenge our team daily to achieve the impossible! Having fun with our work family on our epic team building events is just one of the reasons why our culture is unlike any other!

● Kayaking ● Sky Diving ● White Water Rafting ● Murder Mystery Dinners ● Paintball ● Wine and Paint Nights ● Rappelling ● Hiking and Waterfall Chasing!

In the First Year of Our 2020 Program, Our Interns Learned and Performed:

● Vulvoplasty ● Nephrectomy ● Anal Saculectomy ● Liver Lobectomy ● Gastropexy ● Esophagostomy Tube ● Limb Amputation ● Cholecytectomy ● Stenotic Nares ● Diaphragmatic Hernia Repair ● Tracheostomy ● Enterotomy ● NG Tube Placement ● Rectal Prolapse ● Chest Tube Placement ● Thoracic Centesis ● Abdominal Centesis ● Meniscus Repair ● Cherry Eye ● Elongated Soft Palate ● Salivary Gland Resection ● Feline and Canine Perineal Urethrostomy ● Esophagus Tube Placement ● FHO ● Chest Tube Placement ● Exploratory Laparotomy ● Tail Amputation ● Enucleation ● Splenectomies ● Bilateral MLP ● Peri-anal Hernia ● Cruciate Repair ● RNA

Guaranteed $150,000 If Hired After Internship

We are searching for superstars to join our unique rotating internship!

To apply, send resumes to Autumn at or call at 602-696-3867 by 11/15/2021.

Check out our website at!

Advanced Veterinary Care Center (AVCC) - Small Animal Rotating Internship - Florida (Posted 10/15/2021)

Advanced Veterinary Care Center (AVCC) in South Florida is offering small animal rotating internships (1 year) in internal medicine, surgery, oncology, and emergency/critical care.

Our program emphasizes clinical training in prep for a residency training program or a successful career in small animal practice. Interns will work with a team of specialists and experienced ER doctors and will participate in all aspects of our practice.

Applications are being accepted for the January 2022 program outside of the VIRMP and through the VIRMP for the July 2022 program.

Successful applicants will have:

1. A DVM/VMD degree from an accredited veterinary college or university.

2. A current Florida veterinary license.

3. Proficiency in English.

4. At least 2 letters of recommendations from qualified veterinarians.

5. US citizenship, permanent US resident with green card, or Canadian/Mexican

citizen with TN visa.

Details of the position include:

1. A 5-day/approximately 50 hour work week.

2. 2 weeks paid vacation/5 sick days.

3. Paid professional liability insurance, AVMA dues.

4. Employer contribution to our group health insurance.

5. Salary of $50,000 with an opportunity to earn additional compensation.

Applications are being accepted for the January 2022 program outside of the

VIRMP and through the VIRMP for the July 2022 program.


Luis Macho, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)


Advanced Veterinary Care Center - Small Animal Externship program (Posted 10/15/2021)

Advanced Veterinary Care Center (AVCC) in South Florida offers qualified 3rd and 4th year veterinary students a 2-week externship in small animal specialty and emergency/critical care medicine.


Successful applicants will provide a letter of application with emphasis on specific interest(s) (e.g. internal medicine, surgery, etc.) and at least one letter of reference.

  • Travel and lodging are the responsibility of the extern but some assistance may be available.
  • Choose from externships in internal medicine, surgery, oncology, or emergency/critical care or rotate through two of the clinical services (1 week each) based on individual interests.
  • Participate in all aspects of patient care including daily rounds, triage, appointments, procedures, and hospitalized/intensive care.

The goals of the program are to provide an immersive experience in a referral and emergency practice, as well as to identify qualified


Luis Macho, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)


Advanced Veterinary Care Center

8920 W. State Road 84

Davie, FL 33324

Large Animal Surgery Internship: University of Wisconsin-Madison (Posted 10/14/2021)

The Large Animal Surgery section at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine, invites applications for an internship position with a start date of January 2nd, 2022.

The objective of this internship program is to provide clinical training in the discipline of large animal surgery through exposure to a varied patient caseload consisting of ~70% equine and ~30% of bovine, ovine, caprine, porcine, and camelid cases.

Wisconsin is recognized as "The Dairy State," with the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine having a robust bovine caseload. The training will lead to clinical proficiency in surgery and peri-surgical case management and will prepare the
intern for a specialty residency or clinical practice.

The intern will work alongside a large animal surgery resident and several large animal surgery faculty. The large animal hospital has state-of-the-art equipment, including but not limited to arthroscopy and laparoscopy equipment, digital radiography, ultrasound, scintigraphy, and is one of the few places nationwide to offer standing CT for large animal patients. The large animal surgery section works closely with the large animal medicine section and other sections throughout the teaching hospital, including the diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology, ophthalmology, and small animal surgery sections. The intern will share on-call emergency duty on a rotational basis with the other large animal hospital house officers.

The University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and the greater Madison area offer a wide range of cultural experiences along with indoor and outdoor activities and a great restaurant scene. UW-Madison campus provides an environment that encourages research. Madison consistently ranks as a top community in which to live, work and play.

Please see the following link for more information

Please submit a cover letter, current CV, and the contact information of three professional references by email to

The Application deadline is November 15th, 2021, and applications will be reviewed immediately following receipt.

Coyne Vet - Externship Opportunity (Posted 09/30/2021)

Chicago & Indiana


Current veterinary students!

Come join us for an unmatched opportunity to develop your professional skills in one of our fast paced, non appointment, contemporary hospitals!

We focus on mentorship and development through a hands on style of teaching at all of our Chicagoland, Quad Cities and Northwest Indiana locations. You will be guided by an experienced team of doctors whose knowledge and individual attention will help you l earn to deliver the highest
standard of compassionate veterinary care while also developing your client communication

Program Structure
We offer flexible externships that range from two to eight weeks year round, all set to align with
your availability. Often you will be scheduled Monday-Friday days so you can explore the
normal daily life and caseload of a busy general small animal practice.

Under the direct supervision of a rotating team of experienced doctors you will be exposed to
various methods of practice and teaching styles, ensuring that you achieve your maximum
growth and potential. You will assist in working up cases, developing diagnostic plans, providing
general wellness care, refining technical skills, writing medical records, expanding your client
communication skills, scrubbing into surgery and potentially even helping with rehab and
reproductive procedures depending on which hospital you are externing at.

Who you are
We are looking for dynamic, enthusiastic current veterinary students who will uphold the
professional and ethical standards of care our practices strive to deliver to all patients.

When you are externing with us you become part of the Coyne team and are expected to represent
the core values we consistently represent. You must be: insured by SAVMA or another similar
entity, i n good academic standing with your school, eager to l earn and take on new challenges
and eventually considering work i n a small animal practice as one of your career options.

What we offer

  • Hourly rate or weekly stipend
  • Housing available at some locations
  • Hands on practice, training and mentorship from accomplished DVMs
  • Access to the newest equipment, including rehab, ultrasound, and modern i n house l abs
  • Unlimited growth and l earning potential i n fast paced non appointment hospitals

Contact us today to inquire more about the opportunities that await!

Apply at the attached link.





The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences is seeking an enthusiastic individual looking for a rotating internship.

The internship program is designed to provide a broad based clinical experience under the supervision of faculty members and residents in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences.

The position would start January 1, 2022 and continue until December 31, 2022. Successful applicants will be asked to withdraw their application from the 2022-2023 VIRMP Match.

The Western College of Veterinary Medicine: The WCVM is western Canada’s regional college of veterinary medicine. Approximately 88 students are admitted each year to the DVM program.

The College also includes 200 graduate students, interns and residents. It is part of a comprehensive academic health sciences group on the university campus.

For further information, please visit

The Veterinary Medical Centre: The VMC is a state-of-the-art facility serving western Canada as a busy AVMA and AAHA accredited teaching hospital and referral centre. There are specialists in surgery, internal medicine, anesthesia, medical imaging, ophthalmology, dentistry, dermatology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, exotics, emergency and critical care, and nutrition.

We also offer a small animal rehabilitation service. Modern large surgical suites, a CT scanner, MRI, ultrasound, nuclear scintigraphy, linear accelerator, PET-CT are available in house. The WCVM is located in the vibrant and economically booming city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan’s largest city and one of the sunniest cities in Canada.

For more information on Saskatoon, please visit The intern is responsible for receiving and management of a wide variety of clinical cases. The interns will also be assigned night emergency shifts on a rotating basis (approximately 7-10 weeks/year).

Approximately one half of the intern’s time will be spent on the emergency service, which includes days, evenings and weekends. A senior resident or faculty member is available for consultation and assistance at all times.

In addition to their clinical responsibilities, interns are expected to provide assistance with the instruction and supervision of final year veterinary students in the clinic. They will also participate in daily teaching rounds.

Presently, mandatory rotations consist of weeks in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Anesthesia, and Emergency. Elective opportunities include Wellness, Ophthalmology, Oncology, Dermatology, Dentistry, Medical Imaging, Wildlife & Exotics, Nutrition, and Physical Rehabilitation.

Up to two weeks of elective rotations can be done on external rotations which are self-organized and self-financed. During the first four months of the internship a didactic lecture series is delivered which is designed to prepare interns for clinical practice.

This is supplemented by a monthly journal club throughout the remainder of the year. Interns are also encouraged to participate in pathology seminars, weekly lecture series, and special lectures offered throughout the year.

Each intern will be required to present one seminar to an audience of faculty, staff, and students. Interns are encouraged to prepare a paper suitable for publication.

Interns are required to enroll in the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies into the Graduate Certificate Program in Small Animal Rotating Veterinary Internship within the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine. There is a $120 application fee.

Interns are awarded a bursary from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine to cover tuition and student fees, as well as their licensing fees with the Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical Association. Upon successful completion of the program an Internship certificate is awarded.

The following is a partial summary of income and expenses related to our Internship Certificate Graduate Program. This information is current as of September 22, 2021.

Internship Fellowship Amount: $27,000.00 (CAD) per year Tuition/Student Fees and SVMA Licensing fees are covered by a WCVM Bursary. College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Application Fee are paid by the intern.

Annual Vacation: Three weeks.

Interested individuals should contact:

Hurley Veterinary Hospital - Hudson Valley --- Externship (Posted 09/26/2021)

Hurley Veterinary Hospital is a busy 4 doctor practice that would like the opportunity to mentor a senior Veterinary student for clinicals.

Our clinic specializes in dogs, cats and occasionally smaller animals.

We take care of two Animal Sanctuary's and do some large animal work.

Located in the beautiful Hudson Valley, there are a tremendous amount of recreational opportunities for people of all ages, such as hiking, biking, running, or walking your favorite four-legged friend.

The area’s scenery, outdoor activities, farms and orchards are spectacular. We are only about an hour and a half away from Albany and New York City.  We also may be able to provide housing. 

Please contact Donna Rosenberg

Hurley Veterinary Hospital


Rotating Small Animal Internship Program (Posted 09/18/2021)

Davie, FL

Advanced Veterinary Care Center (AVCC) in South Florida is offering small  animal rotating internships (1 year) in internal medicine, surgery, oncology,  and emergency/critical care.

Our program emphasizes clinical training in  prep for a residency training program or a successful career in small animal practice. Interns will work with a team of specialists and experienced

ER doctors and will participate in all aspects of our practice.

Successful applicants will have

  1. A DVM/VMD degree from an accredited veterinary college or university.
  2. A current Florida veterinary license.
  3. Proficiency in English.
  4. At least 2 letters of recommendations from qualified veterinarians.
  5. US citizenship, permanent US resident with green card, or Canadian/Mexican citizen with TN visa.

Details of the position include

  1. A 5-day/approximately 50 hour work week.
  2. 2 weeks paid vacation/5 sick days.
  3. Paid professional liability insurance, AVMA dues.
  4. Employer contribution to our group health insurance.
  5. Salary of $50,000 with an opportunity to earn additional compensation.

Applications are being accepted for the January 2022 program outside of the VIRMP and through the VIRMP for the July 2022 program.



Tel:  954.500.8387

Advanced Veterinary Care Center 8920 W. State Road 84

Davie, FL 33324

The Most Unique Rotating Internship In Scottsdale, Arizona For Those Who Want the Most of Their First Year as a Doctor! (Posted 09/18/2021)

Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic



The World’s Internship!


More like Mentorship!

We believe that the rest of your career is advanced from your experience in your first year of practice.

Learn alongside a large team of Associate Veterinarians with extensive experience in:

● Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (2,500/year!)

● Emergency and Critical Care ● Advanced Surgery ● Dentals (5,000/year!) ● General Practice ● Fecal Transfaunation ● Diagnostic Ultrasounds● Endoscopy ● Digital X-Ray● Stem Cell Therapy ● CT Scans (3,300/year!) ● PRP and Ozone Therapy

Rotate through a Large Specialty, Emergency & Referral Hospital, Large Hybrid Emergency and General Practice, Low Cost and Spay and Neuter Practice, and Traditional General 3-4 Doctor Practice.


● Scheduled Less than 40 Hours a Week

● 1 week Paid Vacation

● Scrub Allowance

● 1 week Paid Off for CE + Allowance

● Health, Dental & Vision Insurance

● License & AVMA Reimbursement

● Veterinary Services & Discount

● Rotating nights & weekends off!


We challenge our team daily to achieve the impossible! Having fun with our work family on our epic team building events is just one of the reasons why our culture is unlike any other!

  • Kayaking
  • Sky Diving
  • White Water Rafting
  • Murder Mystery Dinners
  • Paintball
  • Wine and Paint Nights
  • Rappelling
  • Hiking and Waterfall Chasing!

In the First Year of Our 2020 Program, Our Interns Learned and Performed:

  • Vulvoplasty
  • Nephrectomy
  • Anal Saculectomy
  • Liver Lobectomy
  • Gastropexy
  • Esophagostomy Tube
  • Limb Amputation
  • Cholecytectomy
  • Stenotic Nares
  • Diaphragmatic Hernia Repair
  • Tracheostomy
  • Enterotomy
  • NG Tube Placement
  • Rectal Prolapse
  • Chest Tube Placement
  • Thoracic Centesis
  • Abdominal Centesis
  • Meniscus Repair 
  • Cherry Eye
  • Elongated Soft Palate
  • Salivary Gland Resection
  • Feline and Canine Perineal Urethrostomy
  • Esophageal Tube Placement
  • FHO
  • Chest Tube Placement
  • Exploratory Laparotomy
  • Tail Amputation
  • Enucleation
  • Splenectomies
  • Bilateral MLP
  • Peri-anal Hernia
  • Cruciate Repair
  • RNA

$70,000.00 salary  $10,000 signing bonus

Guaranteed $150,000.00 if hired after Internship

We are searching for superstars to join our unique rotating internship! Please apply by 10/04/2021, send resumes to Autumn at  or call us at 480-945-8484.

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TLC Animal Hospital - Externship/Internship El Paso, TX (Posted 10/06/2021)

Want to experience a small animal and exotics veterinary hospital IRL? 

Want to be mentored by experienced veterinarians with diverse backgrounds? 

Want to learn in an environment that fosters forward thinking, team work, and quality realistic medicine? 

Want to eat some really good Mexican food? 

Well, look no further than TLC Animal Hospital!

What makes us so special?  We constantly strive to practice the “golden rule.”  In a nutshell, our leadership and management are constantly working to ensure we are the type of business we ourselves would want work in as team members, as well the type of hospital we would want to take our pets as clients. 

For the more elaborate explanation: -We believe in practicing quality medicine and advocating for our patients’ physical and emotional well-being. -We believe in providing clients with a quality experience. -We believe in having a quality of life concern for our staff and fostering a healthy workplace culture.

So what does this mean for a veterinary intern? -It means you can practice medicine you can be proud of.  It means you have access to mentorship and support from Dr. Dashley, Dr. Lara and Dr. Reyes. 

When time allows, we endeavor to have interns practice procedures such as e-tube placement, spays/neuters, enucleations, declaws, skin closures, tail amputations, and tooth extractions on cadavers.  We help you work up cases and practice client communication and physical exams. -It means you can get a ton of experience and education, while still having time to enjoy the local cuisine and culture of El Paso.  We are truly a gem of the southwest, with lots of food, shopping, outdoor activities, and recreation. 

We are also within driving distance of the forests of Cloudcroft and Ruidoso, the unique vistas of White Sands, and the caverns of Carlsbad. -It means that you can earn a bit of cash to help with those pesky student loans.  Veterinary student externs are paid $1000 per week, with included hotel and travel expenses. -It means flexibility.  Just want to practice on dogs and cats and never touch a bird again?  That’s okay.  If you are interested in small exotics (sorry, no Ostriches), Dr. Dashley and Dr. Reyes are more than happy to help you out. 

Not interested in orthopedics?  Not everyone is a bone carpenter, so we understand ;) -It means you have access to a brand-spanking-new, beautiful, fully-loaded veterinary hospital.  7 exam rooms, 2 surgery tables in a dedicated surgical suite, 2 dental tables in a dedicated dental suite, 5 treatment tables, genuine isolation room, separate dog and cat waiting, separate dog and cat kennel areas, digital white board, digital radiography (including horizontal beam), ultrasound and echocardiography, digital dental radiographs, electro- and radiocautery, surgical laser, cold laser, HotDog patient warming systems, full anesthesia monitoring (including EtCO2),  and in house lab machines (chem, CBC, coag, urinalysis, and IDEXX snap tests).

Sorry, no crystal ball or magic wand, but here’s to hoping! Future plans for the practice include pursuing AAHA accreditation, incorporating CT and endoscopy, expanding our exotics services to include rabbit and rodent dentistry, and adding more wonderful associate veterinarians to our growing TLC family.  Padawan externs may very well be offered an associate position as a full fledged veterinarian Jedi upon graduation and licensure!

Matt Heinlein, Hospital Administrator

TLC Animal Hospital

1851 N Lee Trevino

El Paso TX 79936


phone: 915-592-6200

fax: 915-592-9962

​ Blue Pearl - Veterinarian - emERge Training: Kansas City ​ (Posted 11/23/2021)

Opening Statement

BluePearl Specialty + Emergency Pet Hospital is proud to offer an Emergency Veterinarian training program called emERge. 

Our emERge program helps you obtain the skills and the confidence that you need in order to be a successful Emergency Veterinarian at one of our state-of-the-art hospitals.

  • Have you always thought about practicing emergency veterinary medicine?

  • Do you have a passion for working with animals and learning new standard methodologies in animal health?

  • Are you eager to think on your feet and handle challenging cases in veterinary medicine?

  • Do you look forward to learning and leading by example in the emergency veterinary industry?

  • Are you a DVM or VMD looking for "the next step" or "a change"?

If you answered "yes" to these questions, we want to hear from you!


The BluePearl emERge Program is designed to give veterinary school graduates the necessary training to become successful Emergency Veterinarians.  It is a full-time job from the very beginning and we will prepare you for your first solo emergency shift at one of our BluePearl hospitals. The program combines lectures, interactive seminars, labs, mentoring, and hands-on practice experience.  Not only will you receive valuable training from experienced Veterinarians, you will also be paid a salary from the first day of your course. 

Who is it for?

  • This program does not replace or substitute an internship which is required for application to a residency.

  • A graduate of an accredited veterinary school

  • Individual with a sincere interest in becoming an Emergency Veterinarian

  • A current Veterinarian looking for a career change.

Program Structure

emERge is a one-year training program divided into three segments.  Your salary will be tiered and increase as you complete each segment of the program.

  1. 16 weeks of initial training/boot camp. Four of these weeks will be spent in Clearwater, Florida (lodging & airfare are provided). The remaining 12 weeks will be at your primary hospital.

  2. 16 weeks of immersive training, guided by an experienced Veterinarian.

  3. 20 weeks of experiential training.

The total commitment is three years, including the initial year of training.

Topics of the Training Program:

  • Clinician leadership

  • Principles of resuscitation and shock

  • Sepsis

  • Principles of fluid therapy

  • Gastrointestinal and urogenital emergencies

  • Cardiac and pulmonary emergencies

  • Communication techniques

  • Neurologic emergenices

  • Hemostasis

  • Electrolyte disorders

  • Immunologic and endocrine emergencies

  • Compassion fatigue/burnout

  • Stress resilience

  • Surgical emergencies

Why BluePearl Kansas City?

Our Kansas City Northland hospital is one of three BluePearl hospitals located in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The Northland hospital serves the areas of North Kansas City, Gladstone, Liberty, Parkville and Smithville. It is the only veterinary specialty hospital in the area offering internal medicine, emergency as well as flexible endoscopy and ultrasound capability. 

Kansas City boasts one of the lowest costs of living in the country (73% lower than NYC!).  Kansas City is home to world-class sports teams, including the Kansas City Royals and the Kansas City Chiefs, cultural attractions such as the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and the Kauffman Performing City Art Institute, and has more fountains than Rome!  

Want more information? E-mail us at or click Apply!

Click here for a video outlining the program: BluePearl EmERge

BluePearl Pittsburgh (PVSEC) - ER Clinicians: Pittsburgh, PA (Posted 06/09/2022)

ER Clinician – Pittsburgh, PA

50,000 sign-on bonus plus other incentives for full time experienced ER Clinicians

Why should you choose Pittsburgh? They say a picture is worth 1,000 words and this video is worth even more:


BluePearl Pittsburgh (PVSEC) is seeking to add another full time ER doctor to a staff of talented ER doctors supported by seven specialists in critical care, plus specialists in surgery, internal medicine, medical and radiation oncology, ophthalmology, neurology, radiology, dermatology, anesthesia and cardiology.  

The 35,000-square-foot facility opened in 2008 PVSEC and has a long standing reputation of providing excellent emergency and referral care to the Pittsburgh and surrounding tristate area.   Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center North (PVSEC North), a BluePearl Veterinary Partners hospital in Pittsburgh, PA, is located in the North Hills of Pittsburgh and is the most comprehensive multi-specialty and referral hospital in Western Pennsylvania.   We have a house officer program consisting of rotating interns, emergency and critical care residents, and surgical interns and residents, which leads to a very collegial and team approach to patient care.

It’s a fast-paced environment with growth and advancement opportunities, which not only promotes outstanding patient care but also learning and growing with training programs through BluePearl University and BluePearl Science. PVSEC also partners with Penn Foster for associates to continue their Veterinary Technician education and licensing, as well as an onsite veterinary social worker to support our associates and clients.

 This location houses a number of advanced treatment and diagnostic services, including a 64-slice CT, 1.5T MRI, Linear Accelerator, 2 ultrasound machines, video endoscopy, digital radiography, ventilators and dedicated suites for endoscopy and ultrasound. Services such as a blood bank, comprehensive in-house laboratory with commercial level equipment and on-site social workers also support our hospital teams, clients and patients. The ER doctor will spend most of their shifts working in the North Hills hospital but could occasionally cover the South hills shifts as well.   This can also be flexible and negotiable.

 Pittsburgh, tucked away in the Allegheny Mountains of southwestern Pennsylvania, is a mid-sized metropolis that has been ranked one of the most livable cities in the U.S. It is a small city of ethnic neighborhoods, scenic hills, trees, rivers and farmland, and offers world-class fine arts, museums, and educational institutions. It also boasts three professional sports teams, a zoo, aquarium, and the National Aviary, excellent schools and health care, and a wide variety of outdoor and family activities, including Idlewild, Kennywood and Soakzone, Pennsylvania ‘s best theme park and water park. Despite Pittsburgh ‘s big city offerings, people are friendly, crime is low, rural settings are within commuting distance, and cost of living is well below average.  Why should you choose Pittsburgh? They say a picture is worth 1,000 words and this video is worth even more:

 Why BluePearl?

We value your health and well-being as an associate by providing you with the following:

  • Health, dental, vision, and life insurance options.
  • 401K plan with match
  • Annual company store allowance.
  • DVM Stipend for necessary annual licenses and memberships.
  • Continuing Education allowance
  • Blue Pearl University clinician access to over 2,000 medical publications.
  • Flexible work schedules.
  • Time to reset, rewind, and reflect through our paid time off and parental leave plans.
  • On-site social worker who can provide guidance, advise, and tips on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
  • Trupanion pet insurance and discounts to our associates for pet treatments, procedures, and food.

We encourage you to grow with us. Our technicians are leveled by their skillset and move up in level as they gain more skills and experience. We are focused on developing our associates into leaders through talent development programs and leadership workshops. As a member of Mars Veterinary Health, our associates have endless opportunities to advance in his/her career
We encourage you to grow with us. Our technicians are leveled by their skillset and move up in level as they gain more skills and experience. We are focused on developing our associates into leaders through talent development programs and leadership workshops. As a member of Mars Veterinary Health, our associates have endless opportunities to advance in his/her career.

BluePearl is committed to a diverse work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity.  We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, creed, sex, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status, sexual orientation or affectional preference, or gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. The company is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace. 

Samuel Durkan

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