Salary is based on experience
In addition to competitive compensation, our benefits package includes:
Generous medical and dental benefits for full-time team members
401(k) retirement savings (match up to 4%)
Paid time off
Employee discount on services and products
Yearly license renewal allowance
Our commitment to your professional growth is reflected in yearly license renewal allowances and a robust CE allowance. Join Care First Animal Hospital, where our average annual bonuses reach approximately $40,000, and enjoy a fulfilling career with a team dedicated to the wellbeing of pets and the satisfaction of our staff. Take the next step in your veterinary career with us!
DVM or equivalent
3 openings available.
Join our growing veterinary team at Care First Animal Hospital in the heart of Raleigh, NC, where you’ll thrive in a dynamic and supportive work environment. Raleigh, a city known for its vibrant culture, fantastic schools, and proximity to both the beach (just 2 hours away) and the mountains (only 3 hours away), offers an exceptional quality of life.
At Care First, we take pride in providing excellent care for pets and fostering a workplace that celebrates success. As a valued member of our team, you’ll enjoy a host of benefits, including fully paid health and dental insurance, bi-annual bonuses, pet discounts, and more. We understand the importance of work-life balance and offer paid parental leave* to support our team members during significant life events.
Our three state-of-the-art locations boast cutting-edge equipment, including but not limited to, endoscopic and laparoscopic equipment, ultrasound, Vimago, and water treadmills. As a Care First team member, you’ll have access to the latest technology to deliver top-notch veterinary care.
Key Job Duties:
Conduct thorough examinations and administer vaccinations for dogs and cats.
Diagnose illnesses and collaborate with pet owners to determine optimal treatment plans.
Prescribe medications, either in-house or through outsourcing, as needed.
Perform a range of surgeries, from routine spays and neuters to emergency procedures, orthopedic surgeries, and wound care.
Supervise dental cleanings and conduct extractions when necessary.
Provide superior client education and customer service with confidence.
Offer recommendations to pet owners on nutrition, behavior, preventive healthcare, and general pet care.