Interested in forgiving a large percentage of your loans? We are a mixed animal practice looking to add a mixed or small animal doctor to our staff and are a newly designated VMLRP shortage area that will pay up to $25,000 a year of your student loans. New grads are encouraged to apply and will be considered for the position. Our practice is located in mid-Michigan and consists of 70% small animal, 25% dairy and 5% equine, beef cattle, small ruminants, and exotics – we love the variety that veterinary medicine has to provide. Small animal cases range from yearly exams and vaccines all the way to advanced soft-tissue and orthopedic surgeries. Our small animal facility includes 5 exam rooms, a surgery suite with 3 gas anesthetic machines and full parameter monitors, full digital radiography including dental, ultrasound, in-house lab, Tonopen, and Avimark computer software. Our dairy work involves providing herd health using ultrasound to dairies that range from 50 to 1,200 milk cows, along with individual sick cow cases, and troubleshooting herd-wide reproductive and metabolic issues. We will also supply a fully stocked truck and coveralls for farm call use. Our clinic believes in the importance of mentoring and new grads will be provided with back-up when needed for both routine cases and emergencies. Benefits will include generous signing bonus, competitive salary starting at least $90,000 but more with experience, paid vacation, licensing, health insurance and 401K retirement plan. Please send resume to Dr. Jon Schwab at Arenac Bay Veterinary Services, 4366 M-61, Standish, MI 48658 or e-mail to email@example.com .
About Arenac Bay Veterinary Services
Arenac Bay Veterinary Services is a full service mixed animal clinic located in rural mid-Michigan. We provide services to all species of animals, including routine and advanced veterinary care to feline and canine patients, along with providing herd health, consulting and individual animal care to dairy clients. Our practice also provides services for equine, beef, small ruminants and some exotics.