Veterinary Jobs in Columbus, GA

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1-4 of 4 Jobs - Fortson, GA (16 miles from Columbus, GA)
Pet Sitter Wanted - We Need A Loving Pet Sitter For Our Dogs During The Week Of November 21 27 we live in fortson, and we need someone to come twice a day to feedthem, taking they out and play a...
8 hours ago
Cataula Veterinary Hospital - Cataula, GA (11 miles from Columbus, GA)
Looking for a new team member! Our practice is growing and we are looking for someone that would fit with our team. Our core values include quality care of our patients, strong communication...
8 days ago
Petco - Columbus, GA
Our vision at Petco is Healthier Pets. Happier People. Better World. We're making things better for pets, people and the planet through our Think Adoption First philosophy, the Petco Foundation...
12 days ago
PETCO - Columbus, GA
At Petco, we believe it is our duty to nurture the complete health and well-being of animals. Were here to help pet parents navigate the ups and downs of pet parenthood. We offer more than just...
30+ days ago

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Animal Viruses: Their Transmission and the Diseases They Produce
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In this free online course, you will learn about animal viruses that affect pets, birds, sheep, cattle, swine and horses, and produce important diseases.


Mentorship At Work For Veterinarians

We are all mentors in the workplace. Some are much better than others. This course will help you become a better mentor regardless of your current level of proficiency.

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Guide to Veterinary Technician Societies

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You got the degree, and now you're about to start your first job as a veterinarian. This is a pivotal moment at the start of your career with a new job and exciting times ahead. As a new graduate veterinarian, there are several ways to make sure your first year goes well.