PetVet Care Centers7,489 positions
Can be used for childcare, personal development, fitness memberships, travel For more information on a position with PetVax complete care Centers, please email your resume to Dr. Margot Daly at or apply at
You can find out more about our hospital at downtownanimalcarecenter.com. The schedule is a 4 day work week, with some weekend requirements.
We offer benefits including a 401K plan, Health, Dental and supplemental Insurance, a Pet Healthcare Discount and Vacation Time. If this position sounds like a great fit for you and you have experience in the veterinary industry, please apply at www.
We are searching for someone who wants to be part of a strong team, and work together caring for our client's pets' as if they were your own.
We believe strongly that our Veterinary Oncology Team should have the best technology, so they can achieve the best therapeutic results for their patients, even in the most challenging of cases.
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