FULL-TIME & RELIEF VETERINARIAN(S) WANTED:veterinarian-examining-dog

Small, limited admissions, private Humane Society seeking a full time veterinarian for the dual purpose of caring for 200 plus shelter animals and performing feline/canine spays/neuters at our LCHQHV spay & neuter clinic two days a week.

Are you enthusiastic, a self-starter, motivated visionary? Do you thrive on the fast paced setting of an active humane society? Then we want you! Located on the beautiful lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, just outside Ocean City.

Knowledge and experience of HQHV spaying & neutering, from pediatrics to geriatrics; dentals, and various surgical procedures a plus. Being board certified in shelter medicine a plus. 40 hour work week, Monday to Friday. Limited emergency callouts.

Good communication skills, and computer literacy a must.

Veterinarian will conduct daily rounds, examine and monitor ill & healthy animals, develop treatment plans, maintain excellent medical records, help develop and write shelter Standard Operation Procedures which promote good shelter practices and population well being. Veterinarian will ensure that all state and federal laws, state regulations, accepted standards, and SAWA policies and procedures regarding clinic operations, the practice of veterinary medicine, drug control, and animal care and handling are adhered to.


• Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

• License to practice veterinary medicine in the state of Maryland.

• Current DEA license for controlled substances.

Veterinarian will work with our fulltime Veterinarian Technician, and trained medical volunteers, report to the Shelter Manager, and be a part of our management team.

Salary & benefits negotiable and will commensurate with experience and skills.

Also seeking relief veterinarians to work contractually in our new low cost spay & neuter clinic. Salary is negotiable; LCHQHV training/experience a plus.

Please send inquires, references & resumes to


The Worcester County Humane Society is seeking full or part-time Animal Care help.

Position includes cage/kennel cleaning, feeding, medicating, grooming, exercising, and monitoring behavior/ health. Prior cat and/or dog care experience preferred. Veterinary assistant experience a plus.

Persons applying need to follow established rules & protocols, display a positive attitude, believe in our mission & no kill philosophy, and have no criminal history.

Applicants may apply in person only, Tuesday through Saturday, 12pm – 4pm. Please call 410-213-0146 for an appointment.


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