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The Charlottetown Veterinary Clinic is seeking a small animal veterinarian for a maternity-leave position beginning mid February until October 2018.
Come join our team of four small animal veterinarians, five registered veterinary technicians, five receptionists and three veterinary assistants. 
Our busy and dynamic practice is equipped with digital radiography, portable ultrasound, and a dental unit with digital radiography. Laboratory testing is provided by AVC Diagnostic Services. On-call emergency coverage is shared equally within the practice. Applications from new and recent graduates will be considered. 
For more information or to submit an application, please contact:
Dr. Jamie Kelly, Charlottetown Veterinary Clinic, 5 Kirkwood Drive, Charlottetown, P.E.I.  C1A 2T4  
Phone:  902-892-4287      Email: 
(posted January 17, 2018)
Veterinarian Wanted
Earl Grey Veterinary Services is accepting applications for a full-time veterinarian to join our growing mixed practice (65%small/35%large) immediately. Our Clinic is located in the small friendly community village of Earl Grey, about 35 minutes from Regina. We are a progressive practice looking for someone to join our supportive and dynamic team. New graduates and seasoned veterans are welcome to apply. Must be DVM (or equivalent) and are NAVLE certified to apply.
We offer paid CE allowance, paid association fees, group health benefits, insurance and a clinic vehicle on top of above average competitive wages, and attractive on-call incentives and employee discounts! We will offer a moving allowance as well as up to $5000 signing bonus, depending when you are able to start and where you will be moving from.
We currently have a complete in-house lab, digital radiography, equine power float, laser therapy and ultrasonic dental equipment.  We use Cornerstone electronic management software and have a complete support staff to assist you.
Are you an energetic team player? Do you have superior communication skills and a passion for veterinary medicine? Do you want a rewarding career in a small rural community that you can call home? Do you want to get out of the big city lights and enjoy the peace and tranquility of rural Saskatchewan? Do you want to manage and run your own practice one day?
If you answered YES to any one of these questions, we want you on our team today!
Contact information: Dr. Debbie Hupka-Butz, Earl Grey Veterinary Services, 109 Assiniboia Avenue, Earl Grey, Sask., Phone 306 939 2264, Email:, Website:
(posted January 13, 2018)
Elmwood Veterinary Hospital, Moncton, NB
Seeking two full-time veterinarians to expand our team. Signing bonus is offered! We are a privately owned AAHA accredited hospital. Our aware winning hospital has been established in Moncton for over 45 years. We have a large client base and an interesting busy case load. We are a Cat Friendly Practice and Fear Free Certified.We are a fully integrated IDEXX practice, full in-house bloodwork (bile acids, pheno, ACTH stim, coag panels, vaccine titres, T4,etc), IDEXX digital x-ray, Ultrasound, Telemedicine and Dental x-rays. We have an IVAS certified acupuncturist/herbalist on staff. We believe RVTs are essential to helping DVMs do their jobs and we have an above average RVT to vet ratio. No on-calls! Mentorship is offered and new 2018 graduates are welcome to apply. We are always looking to expand our team so come grow with us. Salary is competitive and above average. We offer full health/dental/vision benefits, bonuses based on performance, pet discounts, professional dues, paid vacation and CE allowance/trip!

Visit us on the web: Contact: Dr. Cindy Lizotte, Elmwood Veterinary Hospital, 130 MacAleese Lane, Moncton, New Brunswick E1A 3L9; phone: (506) 858-9900; fax: 506-859-2490, e-mail:
(posted January 2, 2018)


Hotham’s Veterinary Services, Inc. is currently seeking two talented veterinarians (small animal or mixed animal) to join our rapidly growing, veterinary practices in pristine Northern Maine. We currently have practices located in both Presque Isle and Houlton, Maine.  Our practices are known for being thorough and for offering the best medicine and surgery to our patients, delivered with compassion and integrity.  
Both facilities have all the bells and whistles needed to practice top quality medicine and surgery. Some of the equipment includes a complete in-house laboratory, surgical and dental suite, digital dental radiography, ultrasound, and Fuji digital radiology systems.  Our ambulatory equipment includes a full sized Chevy truck with a Bowie box, portable ultrasound, wireless Fuji DR radiology system, and a complete set of power dental floats.
Our well-trained support staff is committed to providing outstanding service and veterinary care to our patients. We offer reasonable hours, an excellent salary and full benefits. Experience is preferred, but we encourage new graduates to apply.
The successful candidate should have excellent communication skills, be self-sufficient and a team player, possess the desire to practice compassionate, high quality medicine. Strong surgical skills would be a bonus.
If you are interested in being a part of our team and living in the prettiest part of Maine, please contact Dr. Hotham at: 207-227-8182 or via email at
(posted October 16, 2017)

Veterinarians without Borders/Vétérinaire sans frontièrs is actively seeking 13 Canadian professionals for international volunteer assignments as part of the Volunteers for Healthy Animals and Healthy Communities project. Three of those positions are for veterinarians, but the other 10 cover a wide range of skills and professions including dairy management, public health, financial management, food safety policy, laboratory operations, monitoring and evaluation, planning, and rural development project design. In 2015-16, placements will be in Kenya, Tanzania, Laos, and Vietnam. Depending on the assignment, the placements are from four weeks to as much as two years in duration. For more information, or to submit an application, visit:

Veterinarians without Borders/Vétérinaires sans frontières recrute actuellement 13 professionnels canadiens pour des affectations de volontariat international dans le cadre du projet Volontaires pour les animaux et des collectivités saines. Trois postes seront comblés par des vétérinaires, tandis que 10 autres sont ouvert aux professionnels avec des compétences en gestion de la production laitière, santé publique, gestion financière, politique en matière de sécurité alimentaire, activités en laboratoire, suivi et évaluation, planification, et élaboration de projets de développement rural. Les pays d’affection en 2015-16 sont : le Kenya, la Tanzanie, le Laos et le Vietnam. La durée de chaque affectation peut varier entre quatre semaines minimum jusqu’à deux ans au maximum, selon le poste. Pour en savoir plus ou pour soumettre votre candidature, consultez le site Web de VWB/VSF au :