Come enjoy lakeshore lifestyle in beautiful Excelsior, the #1 rated school district in Minnesota! Excelsior Animal Hospital is proud of our small-town, main-street personality and are seeking a driven veterinarian willing to work hard and be well rewarded personally and financially. Come Join Our Family!
Excelsior Animal Hospital’s philosophy is simple: We pledge to give all our patients the highest quality medical and surgical care, treating each pet as it if were our own. We understand that good communication between doctor and owner is a very important part of pet care and customer service is always our number one priority. We treat a wide variety of small animals including ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, gerbils, hamsters, rats as well as cats and dogs. Special interest in dentistry with extractions and routine surgery is a must.
We offer a four-day work week with no weekends and only one early evening per week (until 8pm) as well as a generous compensation and benefit package.
We are an association for veterinarians by veterinarians, and we are led by experienced veterinarians on our VHA Board of Directors:
Ryan Speltz, DVM
Skyline Veterinary Hospital
6220 Highway 65 NE
Fridley, MN, 55432
Scott Murphy, DVM
Twin Cities Veterinary Surgery
3880 Lone Cedar Lane
Chaska, MN, 55318
Carissa Williamson, DVM
Oakwood Pet Clinic
1441 North Highway 101
Plymouth, MN, 55447
Anna Ruelle, DVM
Countryside Veterinary Clinic
13950 Highway 5
Young America, MN, 55397
Cynthia Fetzer, DVM
Camden Pet Hospital
1405 44th Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN, 55412
Tom Skadron, DVM
Skadron Animal Hospital
178 E. Marie Avenue
West St. Paul, MN, 55118
Abby Coodin, DVM
Painted Sky Veterinary Services, LLC
741 Harriman Avenue South
Amery, WI, 54001
Jami Stromberg, DVM
Brooklyn Park Pet Hospital
5815 80th Avenue North
Brooklyn Park, MN, 55443
Steven Olson, DVM
East Lake Animal Clinic
4104 East Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN, 55406
Oakwood Pet Clinic is committed to providing exceptional, compassionate care to every pet entrusted to us and that means being pro-active in their care. This philosophy has grown our client base to a point that we are bursting at the seams and need to add a part time DVM to our busy schedule.
Our ideal candidate for this position will possess three or more years’ experience in private practice and be comfortable with some surgery and dentistry, although any level of experience or skill will be considered. Our ideal associate will have solid follow through, a warm and inviting bedside manner and the ability to work independently on occasion. We value our employees as much as our clients and work hard to present a professional environment that still has room for humor and fun.
Leaving a dog in a hot car is dangerous and often deadly.
United Animal Nations (UAN) is imploring pet owners to avoid leaving their dogs in hot cars this summer – a practice that can lead to serious illness and even death. “Often people leave their dogs in the car while they shop or run errands, but doing so when the weather is warm can literally be a death sentence for your pet,” said UAN President and CEO Nicole Forsyth.
VHA values your feedback! Please take our brief 3 question survey and as a thank you, you will be entered to win a $100 gift card and lunch for your clinic, compliments of VHA!
Survey closes Wednesday, June 7, 2017.
It's every pet owner's worst nightmare - there's an emergency happening and suddanly, in the midst of it all, they've been separated from their pet.
Saturday, May 13, 2017 is National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day. It's important for pet owners to have a plan in place for the whole family, including pets, in the case of an emergency or disaster. From storing food and water properly to pet first aid supplies, it's better to have a plan in place and never need it rather than scramble to find what you need as it's happening.
VHA has put together a downloadable checklist of things your client's can utilize to help them be prepared. It includes:
- Food & Water: Have enough food and water for three to five days. Keep your food in an airtight container and rotate every three months to ensure freshness. If you feed canned food, include a manual can opener. Don’t forget bowls!
- Medication and Medical Records: Keep your pets updated medication and medical records in a waterproof container. Also include photographs of you and your pet to prove ownership.
- Pet First-Aid Kit: In addition to a standard first-aid kit, you should also include a nylon leash, self-cling bandages, pet carrier, muzzle, and a pillowcase to confine your cat if needed.
- Have a Plan: Research pet-friendly hotels or kennels where your pet will stay in case of an evacuation, or exchange information with neighbors, friends, or family and set up a plan in the event that they need to evacuate your pets for you (or you for them).
- Microchip: Ensure your pet is microchipped and that the registration is up-to-date. It’s the easiest and quickest way to be reuinted with your pet in case of a separation due to any emergency or disaster.
Help your client's become prepared today by downloading and distributing this complimentary checklist today!
Click to download a helpful Pet Preparedness Checklist, compliments of VHA!
The Minnesota Valley Pet Hospital is a full service veterinary medical facility located in Mankato, MN. Our professional and courteous staff seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical, and dental care for our patients.