Diagnose, treat, and prevent health problems in animals. Veterinarians administer diagnostic tests, prescribe medications, and perform surgeries for pets, livestock, and wildlife. They operate medical equipment such as X-ray and ultrasound machines precisely to produce clear and accurate results. They also interact regularly with owners and educate them on treatment plans as well as how to promote their animals’ day-to-day wellness.
Veterinarians may specialize depending on the type of animal they see. Possible areas of focus include equine care (horses), companion animals (domestic pets), and food animals (farm livestock). Alternatively, they might address health compliance (food safety and inspection veterinarians) or work in laboratories to examine human and animal health issues (research veterinarians).
Animal Medical Clinic - Skowhegan, ME (18 miles from Oakland, ME)
We are a 3.5 doctor small animal practice that is looking to add another veterinarian to our team. We place great value in our progressive medicine and competent team....
8 days ago
Kennebec Veterinary Services Incorporated - Oakland, ME
Details Location: Oakland, Maine Type: Full Time Required Education: DVM or equivalent Salary: Negotiable Categories: Private Practice Occupation: Veterinarian Species: Canine Feline Exotic/Avian Salary...
45+ days ago
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