We are looking to expand our established small animal housecall practice (serving the Chicagoland suburbs since 2007) and add a part-time to full-time veterinarian to our team. Enjoy the fresh air, a flexible schedule, and an exceptional clientele who treats their VET and pets like family. Every day is different, but each is rewarding in a way that practicing medicine in a clinic is not. We provide wellness services and preventative medicine, vaccinations, laboratory testing (IDEXX and ANTECH), blood pressure monitoring, nutritional and behavioral consultations, internal medicine and dermatological treatment, geriatric care, pain management, as well as hospice and euthanasia services. Echocardiography and ultrasonography are available to our patients through a third-party partner and records are maintained in a cloud-based management system. Compensation is negotiable and can be commission based or hourly; mileage you accrue is paid based on current IRS rates. CE, Dues, License Fees, Insurance Allowance available. Must have a reliable vehicle. No emergency hours and no surgery! A technician will assist you at in-home appointments. If you enjoy educating owners and building strong client relationships, are compassionate, work well autonomously and with no micromanagement, and want to provide the ultimate in convenient, holistic, fear-free pet care, join us! Call or Text 630-414-7370 for more information.
DVM Degree, DEA License
1+ year experience
Additional Salary Information: Dues, Licenses, CE allowance, Insurance Allowance
About The Welcome Waggin' Mobile Veterinary Service
The Welcome Waggin' was founded in the Western Suburbs of Chicago in 2007 with the goal of providing exceptional care and service in a pet's home environment. By minimizing the stress of travel, reducing the likelihood of disease transmission, and observing pets in their natural surroundings, we are able to help maintain the optimal health and well-being of small animal companions. Home veterinary care is ideally suited for working professionals, busy parents, multiple pet owners, the elderly or disabled, and owners of animals that become anxious in a hospital setting.