Brevard Spay-Neuter Clinic is actively seeking a full-time or part-time associate veterinarian to join our fast-paced and growing clinic. We have been serving the area since 2007 and recently became a 501c3 nonprofit in 2018. Our ideal candidate would be a great team player with excellent communication skills and a positive attitude. Brevard Spay-Neuter Clinic has a positive work environment with a strong support staff.
We offer 30-35 sterilization surgeries each day. We also offer such surgeries as prolapsed third eyelid repair, entropion surgery, enucleation, amputation, tumor removal, dental cleaning and extractions, and any other procedure that affects a pet’s quality of life that the attending veterinarian is able to perform. Blood work is available in clinic, both pre-surgical and comprehensive panels.
We are looking for a full-time or part-time Veterinary Surgeon. The only emergency duties are those associated with surgeries performed at our clinic.
If you are looking for a 4-day work week (Monday through Thursday), enjoy a positive work environment, and have a passion for helping animals in need, then please contact us!
We have been providing lower-cost spays and neuters for dogs and cats
in Brevard County since 2007!
We limit our services to spays, neuters, and general wellness care--referring pets with problems that involve diagnostics like ultrasound, radiographs, and extensive follow-up care to a full-service or specialized veterinary practice. This allows us to offer lower-cost spays and neuters, and more affordable basic but sound veterinary care to clients that might not otherwise be able to afford it. By working with nonprofit animal groups in Brevard we are also able to bring clients on public assistance together with these groups to provide spay/neuter services at no cost to qualifying pet owners.
Spay/neuter is a simple solution to the complex problem of the euthanasia epidemic, which has destroyed between 5 and 6 thousand animals each year in the Brevard County animal impoundments. It is a direct result of animals left unaltered. Sterilizing cats and dogs means fewer animals enter and crowd the county's animal impoundments, therefore fewer animals are ultimately euthanized. Reducing the strain on Brevard's County Animal Services also allows them to devote more resources to each... animal, thereby increasing each animal's chance for a positive outcome.
Our mission has been to decrease the number of cats and dogs entering these impoundments. For every 2,750 spays and neuters we perform in Brevard County we decrease the number of pets without homes by 10%!