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Sometimes it's the
little things

Closeup of a Black Dog

For most, a career in veterinary medicine is a calling, a vocation. We foster a supportive and respectful practice culture where team members are valued and appreciated. Veterinary medicine can be demanding but can be extremely rewarding when it is done right. In order to provide top quality and compassionate care for our patients, we really need to take care of our humans first.

  • competitive wages and health benefits

  • generous pet care discounts

  • CE opportunities for the entire team

  • RRSP match program - we care about your future

  •  work with/learn advanced technology

  • meaningful mentorship

  • no on-call, get lunch and leave on time

  • owned by a local veterinarian and managed onsite

  • AI for medical record keeping

  • ample stress free staff parking

  • modern, bright facility in a country setting

  • dedicated DVM and RVT work stations

  • stocked refreshment fridge

  • Nespresso!

  • Fear Free and x-ray hands-free

  • Bonusly recognition and rewards program

  • bring your pets to work when needed

  • now two locations for variety and frankly a lot of fun!

June  2024 Postings

  • DVM (Maternity leave 8-9 month  contract with opportunity to become a permanent position

  • DVM and RVT Student Placements


We are an actively growing clinic where opportunity is constantly arising.  If you are thinking you need a change or would like to explore new opportunities,  please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We also welcome and participate in formal high school and veterinary technology co-op programs, and veterinary school external rotations and externships. Unfortunately, we do not have volunteer opportunities.

Contact Kristen  All enquiries confidential and we welcome informal introductions. Let's have coffee and chat. What are YOU looking for in your career?

As an equal opportunity employer, we do not discriminate against employees based on race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or genetic information.

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