Treasure Valley Veterinary Services is seeking an exceptional mixed animal veterinarian to join our team! The associate veterinarian will be expected to work in established areas of our practice- both large and small animal sectors- but will also be encouraged to cultivate his or her own interests as a veterinarian through support from the business.
Facilities provided by the veterinary practice:
Our veterinarians are all equipped with fully stocked pickups to provide robust field work, however haul in work can also be done at the clinic where standard companion animal anesthesia, surgery, exam room, digital x-ray, blood machines, and pharmacy are also found. The practice also has a portable Daniel’s alleyway and 3 portable squeeze chutes for cattle work in the country. The practice also currently has 3 portable ultrasound machines, as well as other equipment to perform routine procedures. Equipment for small ruminant embryo transfer has also been a recent addition to the practice!
4 full time veterinarians: Jared Gould (Colorado State 2004), Travis Allen (Washington State University, 2013), Rebecca Kolstad (Oklahoma State University, 2017), Catherine Maguire (The Ohio State University, 2018). We also employ an office manager and 6 technicians and assistants to support all aspects of the practice.
Practice strengths and emphasis of the business:
Treasure Valley Veterinary Services was created in 2017, marrying the success of an established mixed animal clinic, which had been serving the area for more than 40 years, with the quickly growing clientele of what is now a sister all-mobile practice (Advantage Veterinary). The primary goal remains to meet the needs of developing and progressive production animal operations, while providing high quality service to companion animals as well. Although we primarily provide cow/calf, purebred and feedlot medicine, the diversity of our practice has developed as we expand to match the interests of those we employ. We encourage associates to be both self-starting and passionate about your clients and the services you provide. Therefore we find it necessary to provide the support for you to develop and offer high quality services. Our large mobile practice area provides the opportunity for our associates to stay busy despite the seasonality of some aspects of beef production medicine. We also strive to use the “slower” seasons to develop new areas of practice and to add value to our customer base through in-house research and consulting services, as well as providingservice to companion animals all year round.
While being based in the Treasure Valley in Nyssa, Oregon, our practice services operations in Idaho as well as Northern Nevada and Eastern Oregon. This provides the veterinarian the opportunity to explore the beauty of the tristate area and take advantage of outdoor activities along the way. The Treasure Valley offers the amenities of big city life while being rich in agriculture and a rural/western lifestyle. The climate is temperate with a long growing season.
We are seeking an individual confident in working with ALL domestic species; the nature of our business and associated on-call services requires a diverse skill set and the willingness to learn and adapt as needed.
The practice serves large scale beef and dairy clients including a handful of dairy calf ranches, while also demanding a high standard of care for our small animal clients, so flexibility with the huge variety in day-to-day duties is imperative. Confidence with bovine ultrasounding for pregnancy diagnosis or ability to learn would be expected. Competence with routine small animal surgeries (spays and neuters) also necessary.
About Treasure Valley Veterinary Services
We are a true mixed practice with our clinic based in eastern Oregon, just a stone’s throw from the Oregon/Idaho border. We are a progressive 4 doctor practice which focuses on customer service and added value veterinary services. We service large animal clientele over a 250+ mile radius in Idaho, Northern Nevada, and Eastern Oregon, and maintain a robust small animal clientele as well. Our business is split relatively equally between cow/calf, seedstock, and feedlot production work, routine small animal and equine medicine, as well as growing sectors of dairy and small ruminant. We also service two livestock auctions in the area. On-call is split equally between doctors to cover both small and large animal emergencies, and multiple referral centers are available for both small animal and equine secondary care in the valley when necessary as well. The associate veterinarian will be expected to work in established areas of our practice- both large and small animal sectors- but will also be encouraged to cultivate his or her own interests as a veterinarian through support from the business.