In one year, we partnered to heal and save 1,500 dogs, performed over 1,400 free or low-cost surgeries, provided free vaccines to nearly 5,500 dogs, and have expanded to add behavior modification and parvovirus treatment. AND...WE’RE GROWING!
We are a startup, innovation-based, animal shelter support organization with a 26,000 square foot campus, featuring a full hospital, 85 dog holding spaces, a behavior clinic, a parvovirus treatment center, and a transport fleet that provides:
Shelter dog transport
Shelter modification and renovation
Do you want to practice quality medicine but also want to be able to finish that MPH or drop the kids off at school? Do you want to change dog shelter medical treatment forever? Come to Gigi’s!
The Parvovirus Treatment Center (PTC) at Gigi’s is a dedicated isolation unit specifically designed to care for patients with canine parvovirus. Come join our team as we help critically-ill puppies beat the disease at no cost to our Shelter Partners. Our medical team also works closely with our behavior team to care for our patient’s mental and emotional needs while receiving medical care during their stay.
We are currently searching for DVMs who are looking for a flexible schedule to join our contingent team to help with evening, overnight, and weekend care., including sharing on-call. Days and times will be variable based on caseload, opportunities to expand to part-time or full-time may be available as the program continues to expand.
Licensed DVM in the state of Ohio
2 years general practice experience, ECC/ICU experience preferred but new grads welcome!
Infectious disease experience
Ability to work independently
Great communication skills
Flexible schedule—evenings and weekends
Internal Number: 3309338976
Gigi’s is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2018 dedicated to improving the lives of shelter dogs. With the goal of helping all adoptable shelter dogs in the United States find a happy home, Gigi’s connects the expertise of national leaders in dog sheltering and adoption to lead a collaborative resource network, which includes our 15,000-square-foot dog campus in Central Ohio.