Submitted June 29, 2021

Practice Name: West Side Animal Clinic

City: Hamilton

State: OH

Contact Person: Sara Horton

Phone: 5138925916

Fax: 513-868-6642

Email: maria@westsideanimalclinic.org 

Job Description: We are seeking a full or part time associate to join our busy small animal clinic located in Hamilton, OH - 23 miles NW of Cincinnati. This position will average 28-40 hrs per week, including 2 Saturdays a month (8am-12pm). We have a beautiful and spacious newly constructed facility, which includes digital radiography and a dedicated dental suite. Our team of doctors has no less than 16 years of experience and are ready to mentor new grads.


Submitted April 12, 2021

Practice Name: Montgomery County Animal Resource Center

City: Dayton

State: Ohio

Contact Person: Haley Smith

Phone: 9378244545

Email: smithh@mcohio.org 

Job Description: Veterinarian

Position Overview

Come make a difference in Montgomery County, OH enriching the lives of stray, abandoned, and abused animals with your compassionate medical care! The Animal Resource Center's Mission is to serve the community and pets of Montgomery County through effective public safety, humane animal welfare, and connecting pets to forever homes. Our vision is to enrich the lives of pets and people in our community.

The Montgomery County Animal Resource Center is a 24,000-square-foot open admission companion animal shelter. As part of our service to the citizens of Montgomery County, our agency takes in thousands of dogs each year. In addition to direct adoptions, the Animal Resource Center works with the Humane Society of Greater Dayton and the SICSA Pet Adoption Center along with many placement partners to find homes for as many animals as possible.

As a member of the Clinic Team in the Animal Resource Center, the Animal Resources Clinic Veterinarian will support all medical-related programs, including the County's Animal Spay/Neuter Clinic and In-House Medical Care; responsible for the management and oversight of independent contractor (hourly rate) Veterinarians and behavior staff; responsible for upholding standards of care and protocols; training skilled staff (Veterinarians, Registered Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Assistants, shelter staff, and behavior staff); collaborating on nursing care; providing high level customer service to animal care partners and members of the public; and to perform related work as required.

Summary of Job Duties

Our dedicated Veterinarian:

Under the direction of the Director of Veterinary Services, Responsible for the administrative authority and autonomy associated with the day to day management of the mobile clinic, as well as supporting the care and control of the Animal Resource Center veterinary clinic exercising the ability to make independent decisions using personal judgment and expertise regarding the enrichment and physical well-being of all animals entering the Animal Resource Center to ensure that all aspects of clinic operations are in compliance with professional standards set by the Ohio Department of Agriculture, the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association; the Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board and the Drug Enforcement Agency.       

Responsible for the supervision of employees supporting standards of care and expectations for medical management; initiation and management of contracts; formulation, promulgation, and review of policies; creating and sustaining best practices standard operating procedures; supporting the development and maintenance of clinic protocols, directives, and initiatives; and detailed and thorough reporting, data input, and data analysis as required into the Animal Resource Center central database.  

Mobile Unit: Performs spay and neuter pre-surgical examinations, surgery, and post-surgical examinations on dogs including pediatric sterilizations, performs clinical veterinary care, vaccinations, physical and behavioral examinations.

In-House Support: Performs treatment, surgery, and follow-up for housed animals where needed or required, and conducts and/or oversees behavioral treatment plans for all animals when needed.  Assists in performing forensic duties encompassing post-mortem examinations of animals including the performance of necropsies, hematology, parasitology, microbiology and clinical pathology laboratory tests and procedures, prepares and maintains a variety of records and operational reports concerning consultations and diagnostic decisions ensuring compliance with applicable Federal, State and local regulations. Evaluates, recommends and supports implementation of disease control, sanitation and herd health management practices, provides examinations for cruelty and necessary documentation, provides consultation and instruction to veterinary technicians, assistants, and Resource Center staff in animal care, pre- and post-procedural care, new procedures, aseptic surgery, and related topics, supports/monitors animal care protocols for the Animal Resource Center, and performs off-hour consultations with staff regarding treatment and management of injuries, abused, neglected and diseased animals.

Ensures that a comprehensive training curriculum is managed and executed for all Animal Resource Center staff, volunteers, interns, students etc. regarding recognition of animal medical abnormalities, basic diagnostics techniques, expectations for treatment outcomes, proper adherence to follow-up procedures, and all elements of quality control associated with animal medical well-being. Assists with animal cruelty investigations, may participate in the recruitment of volunteers and employees, as appropriate to the area of operation. Manages the Animal Resource Center and Mobile Unit for disease and sanitary conditions; inspects, evaluates, and makes recommendations on animals being admitted to the Animal Resource Center, assists in the establishment and implementation of effective quality control systems; revises techniques and procedures as required to obtain desired quality control standards. Prepares reports for and testifies in the judicial system on behalf of the county and performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. May coordinate with law enforcement or other government agencies on animal related environmental health concerns as needed.

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements

  • License to practice veterinary medicine issued by Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board
  • Must have current valid driver's license with acceptable driving record.



Submitted September 28, 2020

Practice Name - Omni Practice Group

City - Toledo

State - Ohio

Contact Person - Corey Young

Phone - 614-450-0993

Email - corey@omnipg-vet.com

Job Description

VETERINARY PRACTICE FOR SALE TOLEDO OHIO. Fantastic, affordable ownership opportunity. Established, well-maintained practice in a good location seeking the right individual to take over and grow the practice. Over $400,000 gross revenue in 2017 on 3 days per week. Asking $250,000 for the practice with owner financing to the right individual. Well-kept building is also for sale by conventional methods for $200,000. Contact Omni Practice Group broker Corey Young at (614)450-0993 or corey@omnipg-vet.com


Submitted September 28, 2020

Practice Name - Omni Practice Group

City - Cleveland

State - Ohio

Contact Person - Corey Young

Phone - 614-450-0993

Email - corey@omnipg-vet.com 

Job Description


Established practice with great accessibility available for purchase. Very large facility also for sale. The facility is very capable of handling multiple doctors. For more information on this opportunity please contact Omni Practice Group representative Corey Young at 614-450-0993 or corey@omnipg-vet.com


Submitted September 25, 2020

Practice Name - KKM Veterinary Clinic

City - Franklin

State – OH

Contact Person - Kent Thornberry

Email - kthornberry@att.net

Job Description

KKM Veterinary Clinic, a CareVet partner and established, suburban, 6-doctor practice (90% SA and 10% Exotic) between Cincinnati and Dayton is looking for a Full-Time or Part-Time Veterinary Associate (Relief Coverage would be considered).

Apply Here.

Preferred 2+ years of experience, but new graduates are welcome to apply. In-house laboratory, digital x-ray and digital dental x-ray, portable ultrasound, surgical laser, therapy laser, online store, and wellness plans are the latest updates to a continually growing practice. We have a family-like atmosphere with long term employees who enjoy working in an environment where taking care of patients and their owners is truly the priority. We opened a new building in May 2017 and expanded services to include boarding, grooming and daycare. Doctors do not have to see exotics if they are not comfortable with them as we have 2 other veterinarians that will see them.

Visit our website for more information about our clinic.

Our partnership with CareVet provides our veterinarians with benefits such as:

  • Competitive Compensation packages including Base Salaries with % Production
  • Signing and Relocation Bonuses
  • A Robust Benefits Package including Medical, Dental, & Vision insurance & 401k with match
  • Employee Assistance Program with a focus on compassion fatigue & stress support
  • Vision for continuous advancement of patient care and services, including company paid dues and a focus on CE opportunities

We are open to all levels of experience and even offer new graduate mentorship with on-site training and mentorship within CareVet training hospitals. Additionally, we offer relocation opportunities to other hospitals after training is completed!

CareVet community hospitals offer a strong, veterinarian-focused culture. All of our practices are long established in their communities. Some have leadership looking to transition, providing medical director opportunities and open to new visions, while others have solid continuing leadership in place and looking for strong veterinarians to join in and continue driving excellent patient care and service.

Experience the CareVet difference and how our 5 pillars of care allow you to focus on your practice while receiving support from experts!

CareVet’s 5 Pillars of Care

  • Practice Legacy
  • Veterinarians
  • Teams
  • Patients
  • Community

Being veterinarian-focused means dedication to veterinarians at all stages of their career! We are open to all levels of experience and even offer new graduate mentorship with on-site training and mentorship within CareVet training hospitals. Additionally, we offer relocation opportunities to other hospitals after training is completed!

This is a fantastic time to join our network! Become part of our fast-growing support system and receive the benefits that come with the CareVet community!


Submitted August 18, 2020

City - Worthington

State - OH

Contact Person - Meg Z. Garrett

Phone - 614-368-2595

Email - meg.garrett@medvet.com

Job Description

MedVet is seeking a Full-time day shift Emergency veterinarian to join the team in our Dallas, TX hospital. Our 24/7 Emergency and Multi-Specialty hospital offers a collaborative atmosphere and a team oriented approach to patient care. The healthcare team includes great clinical services team members (our well trained technicians) and medical leaders who understand what it takes to build a successful emergency service.

Why MedVet?

Founded in 1988, MedVet is one of the largest veterinarian-owned and led multispecialty and emergency practices in the country. This allows us to offer every doctor the unique opportunity to become a shareholder and build wealth through ownership.

Our relatively singular focus is to be the leader in emergency and specialty healthcare for pets.

Dedication to our mission and core values of Teamwork, Leadership and Compassion are the priorities of our organization.

We strive to create an exceptional experience for patients, clients, referral partners and each other!

Opportunities for advancement and leadership are available.

MedVet offers a competitive compensation and full benefits package including a generous signing/relocation bonus, health, dental, life, disability and vision insurance, uniform allowance, discounted personal petcare and a 401K with organization match.

Discretionary funds for continuing education and PLIT coverage are provided.

MedVet's Clinical Studies Center offers exciting opportunities to lead collaborative initiatives with MedVet specialists and veterinarians worldwide.

$15,000 sign on bonus for the right individual For more information about MedVet, please visit our website here or to submit a confidential CV to Dr. Barbara Lightner at barbara.lightner@medvet.com.

Come as you are! MedVet is an equal opportunity employer. We are ready to listen to your VOICE and help you pursue your Passion.


Submitted August 18, 2020

Practice Name - Omni Practice Group

City - Cleveland

State - OH

Contact Person - Corey Young

Phone - 614-450-0993

Email - corey@omnipg-vet.com

Job Description

CLEVELAND OHIO VETERINARY PRACTICE FOR SALE. Profitable hospital for sale both practice and real estate. Price TBD. Would make great satellite practice or merger opportunity. Contact Corey Young at 614-450-0993 or corey@omnipg-vet.com for more details.