Homestead Large Animal is currently a dependable mobile veterinary clinic offering high quality service to owners of cattle, horses, small ruminants, and camelids. We are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic, organized technician that can help us to expand our services while making them exceptional in quality. In addition to basic administrative support to our veterinarians, an ambitious technician may be expected to perform laboratory and medical procedures such as dehorning with proper sedation/anesthesia, blood collection to determine nutritional status of cows/calves, assistance with surgeries including bovine abdominal surgery and equine castration, collection and processing of milk samples for culture, collection and analysis of fecal samples for equine and bovine deworming recommendations, etc. Organizational assistance with Equine Coggins paperwork and certificates of veterinary inspection would also be required. Ability to effectively communicate with clients is very important. A good technician will help make our services indispensable to our clients.
Homestead large animal is currently also hiring a new veterinarian. Recent growth in the equine clientele of the practice necessitates considering a restructuring of our team in a way that could include a highly motivated technician.
At this time, only licensed technicians are being considered.
Applicants should be licensed veterinary technicians with a willingness and desire to work in our office/lab as well as hands on with cows, horses, small ruminants, and camelids.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive
About Homestead Large Animal
Homestead Large Animal provides mobile veterinary services to cows, horses, small ruminants, and camelids. Our veterinarians spend the majority of their time working on dairy farms ranging from 50 to 1100 cows. Also very important to our business are the horses in the area, mostly pleasure horses, that rely on Homestead for annual vaccination, dental health maintenance, parasite control recommendations, and emergency medical treatment. We are also pleased to offer service to many local small ruminant and llama/alpaca owners who want the best for their farm animal pets. Currently we have two veterinarians and one administrative support person. We work as a team to provide high quality and compassionate care for all our clients and patients.