Shireman Veterinary Clinic is located in the hills of southwestern Wisconsin. Our community, Richland Center, is the county seat. We are midway between Madison and LaCrosse. This is a mixed animal practice seeking to replace one of the owners who is retiring. The position will primarily involve small animal surgery and medicine. Our small animal patients are dogs and cats with an occasional rabbit or pocket pet. The large animal work is with dairy and beef cattle. We do see a few horses and small ruminants. A vehicle and all equipment are provided. Our compensation package includes a competitive salary, health and disability insurance, professional dues, a clothing allowance and reimbursement for continuing education. Our clinic participated in the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine ambulatory program for over 30 years. We hosted senior veterinary students for two week rotations. During this time they would accompany us on farm visits and participate in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Because of this, we understand the uncertainty many new graduates feel. Our promise is that you will not be left alone to sink or swim. You will be able to draw on many years of veterinary experience. The enthusiasm and ideas that new graduates have are important to us. Every day since 1875, Shireman Veterinary Clinic, has been able to help our clients and our patients. We look forward to continuing this legacy.
About Shireman Veterinary Clinic, LTD
Shireman Veterinary Clinic, LTD is a mixed animal practice located in Richland Center, Wisconsin. There are three full time veterinarians on staff, two owners and one associate. The practice is 60% small animal and 40% large animal. The small animals are dogs and cats with an occasional rabbit or pocket pet. The large animals are dairy and beef cattle. A few horses and small ruminants are also seen.
The practice is fully computerized using Impromed software. We currently use digital radiography and are looking to acquire a dedicated ultrasound unit for the small animal work. Portable ultrasound units are used for large animal reproductive work. All large animal work is done on the farm. There is also a sale barn in Richland Center where we do some work. The sale barn work involves writing health papers for interstate shipment as well as doing some procedures such as reproductive exams, vaccinations, castrations, dehorning and implants.