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Veterinarian (restricted license)

by Neighbourhood Pet Clinic

Position Type: Full-time
Location: London, ON
Date Posted: Mar 18, 2024
Experience: 1 Year
Neighbourhood Pet Clinic

Job Description

Position – Veterinarian (restricted license)

Neighbourhood Pet Clinic in London, ON is seeking an experienced Veterinarian with a restricted license to join our animal healthcare team. 

Job Responsibilities and Duties include:
  • In cooperation with the Veterinarian Technician, obtain a complete history of the animal’s health,
  • Examine animals, check their health status, and make suggestions for preventative health care,
  • Perform diagnostic procedures to assist in making accurate diagnosis and providing advice for care (e.g. urinalysis, blood smear, etc.),
  • Prescribe appropriate medication with appropriate dosing,
  • Maintain security of controlled drugs and ensure logs are completed consistently,
  • Update patient files and ensure accurate, up to date information has been recorded,
  • Promote health of patients by advising clients about sanitation measures, feeding, and general care,
  • Ensure that clients are well-informed about their pet’s health and answer questions related to proper care,
  • Accurately estimate procedures and provide alternative options depending on client constraints,
  • Perform surgeries and dental procedures on patients,
  • Utilize surgical best practices and lead the team during surgeries,
  • Provide timely status reports to clients to communicate test results and provide updates on patients who are hospitalized for surgery and/or monitoring,
  • Offer suggestions on how to improve services in terms of medicine as well as visitor experience,
  • Provide assistance and expertise to clients to ensure comfort and convenience during their experience at the clinic.
Job Skills Required:
  • Doctorate of Veterinarian Medicine (DVM) from an accredited post-secondary institution,
  • NAVLE (restricted license) or valid license in good standing with the College of Veterinarians of Ontario,
  • Passion for working with animals and knowledge of animal behaviour,
  • At least 1 year of knowledge and experience using medical technologies such as digital radiographs,
  • Experience providing compassion and empathy while providing medical care,
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Proficiency in the English language is required,
  • Excellent teamwork abilities,
  • Excellent problem-solving abilities and judgment,
  • Ability to multi-task and complete work in a fast-paced environment.
Work Environment:
  • Fast-paced position in a professional environment
  • Flexibility to go between locations is highly valued   
  • Ability to occasionally lift up to 50 lbs
  • Standing, crouching, stooping, or kneeling for long periods of time

Position is full time, consisting of approximately 38-44 hours per week, at an annual salary of $84,000 - $115,000 (up to $115,000 if all CPEs are completed), exclusive of benefits and bonuses after 90-days of employment. Some evenings and Saturdays given a regular rotating schedule.

3-4 people

Health Benefits:
Dental plan
Health care plan
Vision care benefits
Paramedical services coverage

Other Benefits:
Learning/training paid by employer
Paid time off (volunteering or personal days)
Team building opportunities
Parking available
Free parking available
On-site amenities
Other benefits
Wellness program

Job Locations:
  • 95 Wharncliffe Road South, London Ontario N6J 2K2
  • 746 Waterloo St., London, Ontario N6A 3W3
  • 851 Wonderland Road South, London Ontario N6K 4T2
  • 2155 Richmond Street London Ontario N6G 3V9
Language of Work: English

Successful candidate may apply with resume via email to:

Only qualified candidates will be considered.