Do you excel at endearing clients with your compassion? Do you have a desire to embody the human-animal bond with each interaction? Are you ready for a passion-project that will remind you each and every day why you became a veterinarian? If the answer is yes, Last Wishes wants you as part of our team! We are seeking relief and part-time veterinarians to service the pet loving community in the Greater Houston area. This is a unique opportunity for veterinarians with an excellent bedside manner looking to provide the highest quality, end-of-life and comfort care available. Eligible candidates will also be compassionate listeners and excel in communication with our beloved clients. In 2017, Last Wishes opened the first comfort care center for pets focusing on pain management, hospice care and sedation-euthanasia. You will be working alongside two certified hospice and palliative care veterinarians, a highly skilled and dedicated staff, a credentialed grief counselor and a network of supplemental providers with the common goal of providing support to our geriatric patients and their loving families. Having strong client-centric values, we provide both in-home and in-center services based on the needs of each individual patient. If you are looking for a change of pace, consider this career-changing opportunity!
Candidates must own a reliable and clean SUV for use and be willing and able to lift up to 50# by themselves. Candidates must also be compassionate listeners, excel in client communication, and have a great bedside manner.
About Last Wishes - Compassionate Comfort Care for Pets
Last Wishes was founded in 2012 and provides comfort care to geriatric pets and their families in the Greater Houston area. We specialize in pain management, comfort care, hospice, and euthanasia for pets in a home and a home-away-from-home environment. Our comfort care center is located in central Houston and houses the first private pet aquamation service in the state of Texas. We also host g...rief support programs facilitated by a professional counselor and support a pet memorial garden open to the public.