-Dr. D, Associate Vet w/ Forever Pet Dental for 4 years, with 16 years experience, worked in 6 practices as an Associate and has worked as a relief vet
We have found ourselves to be a haven for vets that have burned out previously, or had bad working environments in the past. We focus on having a positive team environment, make work life balance a priority, do many elective procedures with happy clients who appreciate what we offer, and can be competitive with our salary/benefits package.
Forever Pet Dental in Vancouver, Washington continues to grow and we are excited to have expanded into general veterinary services. Forever Pet Dental has been offering affordable veterinary dental care since 2013, and we now offer our clients all the services their pet requires. We currently have four veterinarians on staff (2 FT, 2 PT) and are looking for another full time veterinarian to join our team. We are also open to part-time applicants. Position would include providing general services (seeing appointments, sick pets, diagnostics, surgery, etc.), as well as providing dental services. We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals who value a strong team environment and providing excellent care and service.
We have a new facility with state of the art equipment, including digital full body and dental radiographs. We are paperless, and our staff is well-trained and carefully selected to create a positive and engaging work environment and to provide the best customer service to our clients. Our focus is preventative medicine and we provide a very high standard of care. Competitive package available with salary and benefits negotiable. Position is currently available with experienced colleagues to work with. Full time position is four weekdays per week +/- one Saturday per month (hours roughly 7:45 to 6/6:30), also open to part-time positions. Website - www.foreverpetdental.com. Submit resume, cover letter, and license # through this AVMA ad. Experience/independence with dental extractions, surgery, and general medicine preferred, but we are also willing to train newer graduates! This is a great place to learn excellent dental skills early in your career!
Additional Salary Information: Competitive.
About Forever Pet Dental
Forever Pet Dental began as a general veterinary practice with a focus on wellness and dental care for dogs and cats. We have expanded our practice to be able to provide our amazing clients with full general veterinary services for their dogs and cats. We are looking for a well-rounded general practitioner with strengths in surgery, dentistry, and medicine. We strive for excellence in our standard of care procedurally, communication among staff and clients, and in our client education.
Our mission boils down to the fact that we want to make dental care for animals affordable and available to every pet owner and part of their regular general health routine because it is more important than many pet owners realize.
Pet owners want their animals to live healthy, long, happy lives. At Forever Pet Dental our goal is to help our customers provide that desired life for their pets. We believe that some of the key elements to keeping a pet healthy are dental health care and a great relationship with your veterinary clinic. Forever Pet Dental is committed to exceptional customer service that delights every client and top-quality patient care that caters to each individual need. We... offer a range of services to fit every client’s needs at affordable prices and offer state of the art medical technology.
At Forever Pet Dental we are working to change the status quo:
23 percent of dogs and cats with moderate to severe dental disease have no recommendation for a dental cleaning, and it is estimated that 80 percent or more of dogs and cats older than two years have some evidence of dental disease that requires treatment.
We promote annual dental cleanings as part of regular veterinary care because most dogs and cats require at least annual dental cleanings to maintain good oral health. The American Animal Hospital Association recommends dental cleanings annually after 1 year of age for cats and small dogs, or 2 years of age for large dogs. We aspire to help people help their pets live a life free of dental pain and disease.