Sebastian Animal & Bird Hospital has a full, compassionate support staff and offers unparalleled mentoring to a veterinary student who wants to provide high quality, compassionate medicine and surgery to all our patients. We offer a superior work-life balance with no on call emergencies. We highly value our client-staff communication and hope to foster long-term relationships with pets and their pet parents. The hospital has been established for over 30 years and has retained clients from the beginning.
Our animal hospital is a full service veterinary hospital that treats approximately 50% exotics (small mammals, birds, and reptiles) as well as standard domestic animals (dogs and cats). We offer top of the line diagnostics to allow full work ups (digital radiographs, ultrasound, full in-house laboratory diagnostics, and laser and light therapy) .
We are currently able to support an externship for a third or forth year veterinary student who has an interest in medicine and surgery for many of the smaller species (dogs, cats, birds [including psittacine, passerines, poultry and waterfowl], rabbits, ferrets, other small mammals [including but not limited to hedgehogs, chinchillas, guinea pigs, callitrichids, etc], reptiles, PBP, and a random small ruminant).
If you are interested in learning more about the externship positions we have available, please reach out to us during our business hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday through Friday, 8 AM-12 PM on Saturdays or you may contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone at 772-589-6553. We look forward to hearing from you. We hope we can foster a long term working relationship with a great work life balance. Join us today!
We are seeking a compassionate Veterinarary extern to join the team at our successful clinic. If you are passionate about providing exceptional animal care, we’d like to meet you.
Third or forth year veterinary students who have an interest in medicine and surgery for many of the smaller species (dogs, cats, birds [including psittacine, passerines, poultry and waterfowl], rabbits, ferrets, other small mammals [including but not limited to hedgehogs, chinchillas, guinea pigs, callitrichids, etc], reptiles, PBP, and a random small ruminant) and want to expand their skills and knowledge base learning proper restraint, handling, injection techniques, blood draws, treatment(IO catheter placement, airsac tube, tube feeding, etc. dependant on the patients needs)
We are a privately owned small animal and exotics hospital. We have retained some of our patients since the practice opened in 1984. We are actively searching for technicians, tech assistants and externs who would enjoy our culture and family environment. The ultimate goal is to obtain an associate veterinarian who is interested in companion animal and exotic animal medicine and surgery. (Maybe through a prior externship or technician role.)