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Associate Veterinarian - Mountainaire Animal Clinic Rock Springs, Wyoming


Full-time Associate Veterinarian - Rock Springs, Wyoming


Mountainaire Animal Clinic
1801 Yellowstone Rd, Rock Springs, WY, US


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Associate Veterinarian - Mountainaire Animal Clinic Rock Springs, Wyoming

Mountainaire Animal Clinic is on the lookout for a dedicated full-time Small Animal Veterinarian to join our team! We also welcome candidates with mixed practice or small-equine interests. Our full-service hospital primarily cares for companion animals and horses, and one of our associates has a keen interest in exotics, so we occasionally care for locally owned small ruminants as well. With over 15,000 clients, many of whom we know by name, you'll be joining a community-centered practice.

Why Mountainaire Animal Clinic?

  • Diverse Caseload: Our location allows us to provide much more than just wellness care. The nearest specialty and emergency centers are in Salt Lake City, Utah, about 3 hours away, making our clinic a hub for a wide range of exciting cases. Our veterinarians have developed specialized areas of interest, which we actively support and encourage.
  • Mentorship and Professional Growth: Our experienced veterinarians are eager to mentor newer grads, particularly in emergency surgeries like splenectomies, foreign bodies, GDV, and C-sections, as well as orthopedic surgeries like torn CCLs, luxating patellas, and fractures.
  • Low Turnover and Strong Support Staff: We boast a 4:1 tech-to-doctor ratio, with many of our technicians having been with us for over a decade.

Our Facilities and Equipment

Our hospital offers extensive diagnostic and therapeutic equipment for both small and large animals. We are equipped with:

  • Idexx in-house laboratory
  • Digital radiography
  • Wisonic ultrasound
  • Endoscopy
  • Therapeutic K-laser
  • Acupuncture supplies
  • CO2 surgical laser
  • Orthopedic and advanced soft tissue surgery equipment

Our small animal surgery suite includes one of our three digital radiography machines and a dedicated technician to monitor patients during surgery.

What We Offer Experienced Veterinarians

  • Competitive Compensation: Guaranteed base salary of $120K with a pro-sal bonus structure.
  • Flexible Scheduling: Options to focus on small animal or mixed practice depending on your interests.
  • Generous Bonuses: Signing and retention bonuses to welcome you to our team.
  • Relocation Support: Negotiable relocation packages to make your move as smooth as possible.
  • Comprehensive Benefits: Including PTO, CE allowance, 401k, medical/dental/vision insurance, and more.

About Rock Springs, Wyoming

Nestled in Southwest Wyoming, Rock Springs is a haven for year-round outdoor recreational activities, including snow skiing, snowboarding, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, camping, and fishing. Explore the beautiful National Parks and Monuments like Yellowstone, Zion, and Arches National Park. Our town offers great schools, a close-knit community, and proximity to a busy equine event center, allowing for growth in our equine caseload.

Ready to Join Us?

If you're passionate about animal care and eager to join a dynamic and growing animal healthcare community, we would love to hear from you! Email JP Garcia at to connect with our hospital team.

Embrace a fulfilling career with Mountainaire Animal Clinic and experience the best of veterinary medicine and the great outdoors!


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