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Associate Veterinarian - Animal Medical Center Wyoming


Full-time Associate Veterinarian - Animal Medical Center Wyoming


Animal Medical Center of Wyoming
200 E. Lakeway Rd., Gillette, WY, US


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Associate Veterinarian - Animal Medical Center Wyoming

Are you a dedicated and passionate Veterinarian looking for a fulfilling career? Animal Medical Center of Wyoming in Gillette, WY, is seeking a full-time Small or Mixed Animal Veterinarian to join our collaborative and supportive team!

Why Choose Animal Medical Center of Wyoming?

Founded in 1991 by Colorado State University grads Dr. Darren Lynde and Dr. Marshall Kohr, our hospital has been a staple in the community for over 30 years. We are deeply committed to making a difference in the lives of animals and their owners. Our hospital is a full-service, mixed animal practice primarily treating dogs, cats, horses, and cows, with occasional care for pocket pets and other large animals like goats, pigs, llamas, and donkeys.

State-of-the-Art Facilities:

  • Small Animal Hospital: Six exam rooms, surgery suite, Sound-Elkin digital radiography, digital dental radiography, GE Logic digital ultrasound with Doppler, and access to PetRays for advanced image interpretation.
  • Large Animal Hospital: Equine exam area, endoscopy, surgical area for non-intubation procedures, cattle chute, heated barn with seven stalls, clinic trucks for house calls, and Arthrex ACS and PRP systems.
  • Advanced Dentistry: Full mouth radiographs for every patient and advanced training for new veterinarians and technicians with a board-certified dentist.
  • Comprehensive Services: Boarding, cremation services, and a pet food outlet.

Location and Lifestyle: Animal Medical Center of Wyoming is situated in the heart of Gillette, WY. Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of nearby National Parks and Monuments such as Yellowstone, the Badlands, the Bighorn Mountains, and Devils Tower. Wyoming is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts with activities like snow skiing, snowboarding, hiking, horseback riding, and fishing.

Our Ideal Candidate:

  • Thrives in a fast-paced environment.
  • Comfortable working with a diverse range of animals including dogs, cats, horses, and cows.
  • A team player eager to provide the highest standard of care.
  • Open to mentorship opportunities, making it perfect for new graduates.
  • Willing to rotate through weekend and weeknight on-call shifts.

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Salary $100,000 - $120,000 with High Earning Potential
  • Relocation and Commitment Bonuses
  • High-quality health, dental, and vision insurance
  • Optional life insurance and disability insurance
  • 401K with company contribution
  • Generous Continuing Education (CE) allowance
  • Reimbursement for membership dues and license fees
  • Numerous discounts and supplemental insurance options
  • Flexible working conditions promoting a healthy work/life balance

Apply Today: If you are passionate about animal care and eager to join a thriving and supportive animal healthcare community, we want to hear from you! Please email JP Garcia at to connect with our hospital team.

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