Submitted May 16, 2018

Practice Name: Emergency Veterinary Hospital


City/State: Springfield, Oregon


Contact Person: Kelly Kopki


Phone: 541-746-0112


Fax: 541-988-1925


Email: kkopki@emergencyvethosp.com 


Job Description:

The Emergency Veterinary Hospital, a 24/7 AAHA-Accredited facility located in Springfield, Oregon is seeking an emergency clinician.


We are in the wine country of the beautiful Willamette valley, a recreationist's paradise, nestled between the coast range of the Pacific Ocean and the majestic Cascade mountains.


We offer a hospital culture that provides a supportive and collaborative environment.  We understand the importance of work-life balance to maintain high quality medicine, personal growth and job satisfaction.


Our excellent managerial team and skill paraprofessionals enable our doctors to practice at an elevated level of care.  Our facility includes multi-parameter monitors, in-house laboratory, ultrasound, D.R., endoscopy, and a Snyder intensive care unit.


Our generous compensation package includes a competitive salary, CE Allowance, and health, vision and dental insurance.  In addition, we offer an employee assistance plan (EAP) and Simple IRA with a match.


This is an excellent opportunity for any doctor that loves emergency medicine. If interest please contact our practice manager Rick Schaufler, rschaufler@emergencyvethosp.com 


Submitted August 30, 2017

Tyler Foreman, DVM

2437 ½ University Blvd

Houston, TX 77005


Mobile: 713-598-8225


Re: Associate Veterinary Positions for New Graduates


We are looking to recruit hard-working veterinarians to join our group of practices in Texas, northern Arizona, Portland Oregon and the greater Washington, D.C. area. Additionally, we are in the process of adding clinics in all our locations as well as new metropolitan areas.



·         Strong mentorship with the opportunity to learn from over 40+ veterinarians.

o   We hired 12 new graduates this year all with personalized mentorship.

·         Student Loan Repayment Program.

·         Opportunity for promotion and career development.

·         Pro-Salary plus benefits.

·         Annual CE at a national conference paid in full.

·         All licensing and association dues covered.

·         Additional CE to develop a unique skill set if desired.

·         Near complete autonomy in your ability to practice as you see fit.


PetWell Partners is a veterinary clinic ownership group that currently owns and operates 22 clinics in Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Arizona and Washington D.C. Started in 2013, the company has grown rapidly and by the end of 2017, will have added another 4-7 clinics to the roster.


We pride ourselves in putting animals first. With each clinic we acquire, our goal is to make as little of a splash as possible. In short, we don’t want to change what is already working. Our size, however, gives us the ability to negotiate better prices for all aspects of the practice, allowing us to pass along the savings to our clients. Each clinic retains its own name and style of practice. Every clinic is managed directly from within the practice with administrative and leadership support from our home office in Houston.


For more information, please contact me at the email or phone number above. I look forward to hearing from you!




Tyler Foreman, DVM, MBA


Submitted November 8, 2016

Practice Name: DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital


City/State: Portland, Oregon


Contact Person: Cheryl Latta


Phone: 971-255-5917


Email: clatta@dovelewis.org 


Job Description: DoveLewis is a non-profit, AAHA-accredited teaching hospital with a two-story, 22,000 square foot facility fully equipped for endoscopy, laparoscopy, digital radiography, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, CT scan, vacuum assisted wound closure, and long-term ventilator support.  Our hospital includes specialty support in critical care, surgery, internal medicine, and radiology and meets the VECCS guidelines for a Level I full-service, 24-hour emergency and critical care facility. DoveLewis is also AAHA certified as a multi-specialty referral facility and has one of the highest ER caseloads in the country. As a teaching hospital with a stray and wildlife program, we offer unique learning opportunities in addition to a significant (more than 13,000 patients/year) and diverse case load. Our medical services and unique community programs are known around the world thanks to the passion and expertise of all of our employees. To see more about the cases we see in our hospital, visit www.atdove.org. To learn about our community services, visit www.dovelewis.org 


We are currently seeking Veterinarian Intern candidates for June 2017 - June 2018. (Direct applicants cannot be concurrently seeking intern spots through the VIRMP.)


During the internship program, interns have primary case responsibility while working in our ER.  While in our ICU, they work alongside a staff doctor or criticalist while managing their cases.  Interns typically work a 4-day work week and are on call one day a week.  Staff veterinarians are scheduled alongside of the interns and a critical care specialist overlaps the majority of daytime shifts. The interns experience one-week rotations in surgery, radiology, and internal medicine.  Primary surgical experience is gained mostly through procedures performed in the ER including: laceration repairs, feline unblocking, enucleation, tail/toe amputations, etc. Additional surgery experience is gained throughout the year while doing on-call shifts and assisting the boarded surgeons.  Interns will have didactic rounds weekly. This is a combination of journal club, morbidity and mortality rounds, grand rounds, and specialty case rounds.


With three boarded critical care specialists, there is close supervision of both the ER and the ICU. There is a criticalist available for consultations 6 days per week.  DoveLewis also has a board certified radiologist, two board certified surgeons, and a board certified internist. DoveLewis is currently recruiting for a staff cardiologist to add to our team of specialists.


Equipment and service capabilities include ultrasound, telemetry, endoscopy, bronchoscopy, cystoscopy, laparoscopy, oxygen therapy, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, ventilator support, parenteral nutrition therapy, and blood banking. Imaging capabilities include digital radiography, fluoroscopy, and computed tomography.  Radiographs are reviewed and ultrasounds are performed 5 days a week on-site by a veterinary radiologist. Diagnostic ultrasound is available on an emergency basis on the weekends. In-house laboratory capabilities include CBC, chemistry profile, blood typing, blood gas analysis, and more.


DoveLewis is actively involved in providing continuing education to the veterinary community.  In addition to our CE seminars, our in-house, web based educational initiative, atdove.org, provides video lectures, short discussions, and written content for veterinarians, technicians, and support staff.




Graduate of a College of Veterinary Medicine.


Veterinary licensure in Oregon.


Veterinary degree from an AVMA accredited school.


Compensation Details:


Salary: $35,000.00 + benefits (medical, dental, vision)


Monthly Housing Stipend: $500


About Portland, Oregon:


Portland is a lively city of over 600,000 people. Located 70 miles east of the Oregon Coast, Portland is where the Willamette River and the mighty Columbia River converge.  Close to the great skiing of Mount Hood and the historic Mount Saint Helens, there is no shortage of outdoor activities year round in and around the city. Portland is known for being a pet friendly, bikeable town that is at the forefront of green living.


DoveLewis is an equal opportunity employer.To apply, please visit: http://www.dovelewis.org/about-us/open-positions-applications/


Submitted September 3, 2016

Practice Name: Veterinary Assistant


City/State: USA-OR-Portland


Contact Person: Maria Simmons


Email: dazzlingaviator@gmail.com 


Job Description: The Veterinary Assistant is a vital member of the animal surgical and medical care team.  Responsibilities include assisting with and performing patient exams, providing daily medical care to patients in the hospital facility, providing anesthesia, laboratory, pharmacy and radiology support, preparing patients for surgery and helping to maintain the hospital facility at the highest level of cleanliness and order.  The VA also engages with the general public and OHS Shelter Staff to provide consultation and information.  All OHS staff members contribute to the stewardship of the organization’s mission and are expected to stay current on and understand issues related to animal welfare and OHS programs.


Duties and Responsibilities

This position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position.  Employees will be required to follow any other job related duties required by their supervisor.  This document does not create an employment contract implied or otherwise, other than an at-will relationship.


Work daily with animals of varying size and temperament, handling individual animals in a caring and respectful manner. Provide compassionate care for patients.

Prep and set up surgical suites, restrain patients, administer pre-anesthesia drugs, and ensure that all surgical and medical areas are clean and organized.

Monitor, record and report physical signs of patients before, during and after surgery.  Enter medical notes and treatment notes into Medical Records in a timely and accurate manner.

Ensure that animals with infectious diseases are handled safely and according to infectious medicine protocols.

Clean and sanitize cages and hospital facilities, including exam rooms, treatment rooms and surgical suites.  

Monitor the Medical Consultation phone as assigned. Perform pre-adoption medical consultations as needed.

Administer medications, topically and orally.

Fill prescriptions.

Administer IV fluids.

Monitor and collect urine and fecal samples.  Prepare and run laboratory tests, in-house blood work.  Prepare and send lab and blood samples for external analysis.

Perform radiological services.

Perform medical and euthanasia consultations with clients from the general public.  Respond to call back requests from the general public.

Prepare and transport patients for surgery, dentistry, radiology, and other prescribed procedures.

Take incoming patients to appropriate areas.  Prepare patients for dismissal according to established discharge protocols.

Receive and stock medical supply shipments.  Maintain inventory and storage areas in a neat and orderly manner.

Provide clean bedding, water and litter pans for patients.  Feed and water hospitalized patients as needed.

Assist with public education events such as presentations and in-shelter types of education.

Perform any other duty as requested by management.


Working Conditions

Work is performed concurrently in a veterinary medicine and animal shelter environment, with occasional exposure to various outdoor conditions.

Frequent holiday, weekend and evening work is required.

Interaction with the general public, co-workers, students in residence and volunteers is frequent and requires respectful and professional behavior at all times.

Constant contact with animals including but not limited to dogs, cats, livestock, horses, birds, rabbits, rodents, insects, reptiles, and parasites.  Animals may be diseased, abused, injured, living in deplorable conditions or deceased.  Related injuries may occur.

Frequent exposure to animal dander, animal waste, parasites and infectious diseases carried and transmitted by animals.

Noise exposure frequently includes uncontrolled barking and other animal vocalizations.


Physical Requirements

Must be able to lift, move, restrain, guide or manage an animal weighing up to 150 lbs on a leash and under the effect of anesthesia.

Prolonged standing and/or stooping may occur.

Frequent bending and reaching into confined spaces.

Occasional lifting and moving of animals weighing up to 150 lbs.  Occasional lifting and moving of inanimate objects weighing up to 50 lbs.

Frequent pushing and pulling of carted items weighing up to 150 lbs.

Frequent use of hands and arms at or above shoulder level.

Ability to respond and perform life saving techniques in an emergency situation.


Minimum Requirements

High school graduate or GED equivalent.

1-3 years related work experience providing direct care to animals in a veterinary medicine center or in an animal shelter environment.

Hold or obtain Radiology Safety Certification within one year from the date of hire.  Able to maintain certification throughout the course of employment.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Able to communicate with a diverse population in a consistently informative, respectful and professional manner.   

Able to maintain a professional, calm demeanor and exercise sound judgment during times of high workload, rapid pace of work, emotionally charged situations and during all interactions with the public, staff and volunteers.

Knowledge and experience working with a wide variety of dog and cat breeds.

Intermediate experience with computer hardware and software programs.

Able to work weekends, evenings and holidays as requested.


2+ years related coursework at an accredited college or university.


Salary is competitive and directly related to experience


For more details regarding the same job visit our site : https://www.jobsaviator.com/ 


Submitted May 24, 2016

Practice Name: Confidential

City/State: Oregon

Contact Person: Holly Clarke

Email: holly@omnipg-vet.com 


Job Description: NE Oregon

Small Animal Clinic in NE Oregon with amazing visibility located on a busy highway corner. Collections of $450,000. Busy, efficient and profitable practice with room for growth. Real Estate is included. Nice facility with a large lot and a separate building currently set up for Mixed Animal, but many uses possible. (Reference 0V3003)

Contact Rod Johnston at rod@omnipg-vet.com or (877) 866 -6053 ext 1.