Associate Veterinarian wanted at Greywolf Veterinary Hospital in Sequim, WA
We are looking for a positive, motivated, and compassionate small animal veterinarian to join our dedicated team at Greywolf Veterinary Hospital in beautiful Sequim, WA. Our ideal candidate will have a strong interest in surgery and dentistry and will enjoy working in a fun, team environment. Our doctors practice the highest quality medicine, are well compensated for any emergency services provided, when necessary, enjoy robust continuing education opportunities and are looking forward to increasing the services offered with the addition of a new teammate. We pride ourselves on being client focused and work to support the behavioral and social growth of each pet that we see.
Ability to support wildlife and avian and exotics as desired
Digital Dental Radiography
Full In-House Laboratory
In-Depth multi-model pain management'
Computerized Medical Records
Concierge surgeon in-house as needed for referrals
Concierge ultrasound specialist in-house as required (new ultrasound in hospital)
Referrals to specialists as needed
About Sequim WA:
The hospital is in a well-established community with a stable and loyal clientele who treat their pets like family. Sequim sits within minutes of some of Washington State's phenomenal outdoor skiing sites, Olympic Forest, and Olympic National Park. We are also strategically close enough to the cultural city centers of Portland and Seattle, 2 hours from the airport and a convenient ferry ride up to Victoria, BC (no passport required); yet we maintain our small town charm with our local farmer’s markets, Holiday festivals, and city art walks to name a few.
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