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Associate Veterinarian

Veterinary Hospital | Upland, CA | Full Time

Job Description

Pet Time Animal Hospital located in Upland, CA is seeking a full-time Associate Veterinarian who desires to join a team-centric, client/patient-focused general practice where we focus on compassionate patient care and excellent medical standards.  


Join our incredible team! Our team prides itself on our caring and supportive culture where we set each other up for success through collaboration and open communication as we work toward our common goals.  We have an amazing support team of licensed and non-licensed veterinary technicians along with a friendly and highly skilled customer service team that partner with our doctors to provide the excellent patient and client care we are known for.  


Pet Time is a stand-alone facility in a shopping area located on a main street in Upland, CA.  The facility is well designed with a little over 4000 sq ft with 5 exam rooms, very well equipped for medical practice (IDEXX in house lab, digital x-ray, dental x-ray, dental suite, etc) a well-equipped surgery, small amount of boarding, and grooming.  Upland is in Southern California, centrally located to LA, the ocean, Palm Springs Area, mountains, desert, and a local airport.  Plenty of outdoor activities with a great SoCal climate.  Many housing options from new and modern to more historic.  A great place to live.  Please come see the clinic and the area.


The nuts and bolts + SIGNING BONUS! We offer a competitive salary with a Pro-Sal compensation structure along with a comprehensive benefits package including: Group health plan, paid vacation and sick time, CE allowance, licensing and association dues, and generous pet care discounts. We will offer a $15,000 signing bonus as an additional incentive. 


Our hospital website

Job Requirements:

1.     You must value the importance of providing essential preventative care while building a strong and lasting bond with our clients.  

2.     You must want to be part of a group of individuals working as a team and building a culture of respect and compassionate patient and client care through collaborative effort.  

3.     Some experience in soft-tissue surgery and dentistry is preferred.

  1. A California Veterinary License or the ability to obtain one if not currently licensed in the state.