We are looking for veterinarians to join our progressive veterinary practice, located in Swift Current, SK. Canada. Swift Current is a small city surrounded by ranch and farm land. Our practice currently employs eight veterinarians and consists of the South West Animal Health Centre (large animal) and the Associate Pet Hospital (small animal), situated in separate facilities. We are in the process of building a new small animal facility with a January 15, 2018 deadline.
The clinics are well equipped with in-house diagnostics, digital x-ray, ultrasound, endoscope, tonometer, and more. Our large animal practice is rapidly expanding. It is primarily a beef cow/calf practice with a significant amount of equine medicine. The equine clientele are primarily ranch, rodeo and pleasure horses. The majority of the case load consists of lameness, dentistry, emergency medicine with a small amount of reproduction work. It is front line medicine for patients that are often a part of the practice for years at a time.
Our team is dedicated to providing excellent patient care and customer service. We are able to accommodate applicants in either a large animal (equine or beef cow/calf focus), or a mixed animal position depending on their interest and experience. We would also consider a part - time applicant depending on experience.
For more information or to apply please contact:
Dr. Glen Griffin
Dr. Sarah Allin
About South West Animal Health Centre
The South West Animal Health Centre is a large and growing mixed animal practice located in Southwest Saskatchewan, Canada. It is currently an 8 veterinarian practice. The small and large animal facilities are completely separate buildings.
Swift Current is a small city surrounded by ranch and farm country. The large animal clinic has an extensive beef cow/calf service with an important niche for equine medicine. The majority of equine patients are ranch, rodeo and pleasure horses. Lameness, dentistry, emergency care with a small amount of reproduction make up the case load for the equine practice.