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Advanced VetCare
Emergency Veterinarian

Advanced VetCare is both a first opinion and referral practice in the East of Singapore.

At Advanced Vetcare, we are passionate about the health of every pet we treat. We provide consultations, surgery, internal medicine and 24-hour veterinary emergency and critical care services to ensure that our clients furry kids are always looked after.

About The Job

We are a premium practice and recognize that work-life balance is an integral element in delivering high quality veterinary services. Typically, you will work 16 or less shifts per month on a flexible rotating roster based on your own availability and interests.

We have all of the high-end resources that you would expect, and some that may surprise, including 16-slice CT Scanner, Digital X-ray, Fluoroscopy, Endoscopy and Ultrasound. Internal medicine and advanced surgical practices are intermingled with typical vaccinations and preventative care plans.

About You

We are looking to grow our Veterinary Team, not only with passionate, experienced Vets but also enthusiastic fresh graduates. You are compassionate, client oriented, ready for long term commitment and a Team player. You are also confident in your skills and expertise and can work independently and efficiently under pressure.

You must have a registerable Veterinary Degree that enables you to practice in Singapore and we will assist with Work Visa applications.

Our Offer

We offer competitive remuneration and benefits upon signing.

Singapore located in Southeast Asia, is a vibrant and lively destination and is much more than the sum of its numerous attractions. It’s constantly evolving, reinventing, and reimagining itself, with people who are passionate about creating new possibilities. It’s where foodies, explorers, collectors, action seekers, culture shapers, and socialisers meet―and new experiences are created every day. Taking a trip our neighbouring countries such as Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam will be so much more convenient.  

To apply, please prepare a cover letter highlighting why you think that this is an ideal role for you together with your up to date resume and email it to Dr Ying at

See our website


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Seeking Full-Time Veterinarian

We are a multi-vet practice with main clinic in Ang Mo Kio and a branch clinic in Tiong Bahru seeking a full-time Veterinarian (4 days per week) with a minimum of 2 years clinical experience. 

We are looking for a dynamic, passionate individual who works well in a team.

Clinic has a strong emphasis on high quality nursing care.

We are strongly supportive of continuing education. Clinic partners and associates comprise of members of the ANZCVS in small animal medicine and small animal surgery and a specialist of the asian board of wildlife and conservation.

Clinic and hospital facilities include computerised cloud base record system, paperless hospital and anaesthesia flowsheets, 24 hour nursing, well stocked pharmacy, intravenous fluid pumps, syringe drivers, nasal oxygenation, radioactive iodine suite.

Diagnostic facilities include full in-house Idexx laboratory suite including coags and blood gas, ultrasound, digital radiography, dental radiography, ECG, indirect blood pressure monitoring, tonometry, pulse oximetry and capnography.

For more information about our clinic, please come visit our website at

Interested applicants to please send curriculum vitae and cover letter to

Block 108
Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, 01-96
560108, Singapore

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Seeking Full-Time or Part-Time Veterinarian

Singapore is a melting pot of arts, culture, music, the high city life and the old local charm plus doorstep amazing weekend travel destinations in South East Asia.

We are a well-established non- corporate practice in search of an enthusiastic veterinary colleague preferably with some experience to join our energetic team of nurses and vets. Applications from new and recent graduates are welcome. Senior vets will provide mentoring support.

Our principal is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Melbourne and has a special interest and qualifications in aquatic medicine.  Due to his expertise, we see anything from valuable koi fish to macaques, to the more common family dog, cat, rabbit and small furry, which makes each day fresh and exciting.

We are a busy practice with exposure to a wide variety of medicine and surgical cases. We make full use of all our equipment, which include the full suite of Idexx blood machines, Ultrasound, Radiography, Gastro-scope, Cryosurgical equipment, Tonometry, etc.

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As a clinic, we strive for patient advocacy, client care, and staff wellbeing. CPE is encouraged and financially supported, including furthering individual veterinary interests. There is also opportunity for future career development in the practice for the right candidate.

The practice is open for consultations Mon-Sat 9.30- 1pm, and 3-7.30pm. We are closed on Sundays and public holidays. 

Full time vets work a 4.5-day work week with minimal OOH.

Please contact us at  or +65-64813700 if you would like to find out more about joining us

Allpets & Aqualife Vet Clinic
24 Jalan Kelulut
Seletar Hills Estate

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te are manu

Te Are Manu relies on the generosity of incredible volunteers from all over the world to staff our clinic and provide quality veterinary care to the animals of Rarotonga and Aitutaki (and covering the Cook Islands).

We have a beautiful new clinic based in Arorangi and welcome all our volunteers with open arms and a friendly Cook Islands welcome!

We are looking for volunteers who are keen to help our local animals whilst also having the opportunity to enjoy a stay in paradise.

Your volunteer experience will see you have time to gain experience and exposure to varied caseload. Previous volunteers have said Te Are Manu is a wonderful place for clinical professional development.

Our services include seeing patients for skin conditions, nail clips, road traffic accidents, dog bite and other wounds, fish poisoning and a high volume of spey and neuter surgeries.

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You will also get to explore the beautiful place that we call home.

We like volunteers to stay for a minimum period of two weeks but please contact us if you can only stay for a shorter period and we willl see if we can accommodate that.

There is no maximum stay with us. Come for a year if you like!

We arrange all visa requirements for entry into the Cook Islands.

We greet volunteers at the airport and make sure they get settled in to our beautiful volunteer house just a few minutes away from the clinic and on a stunning beach - great for swimming, snorkeling and relaxing.

If you are interested in finding out more, please see our website ( or email us at

(updated 30th May 2019)

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Do you want to work with us in Siem Reap Cambodia?  

We have a supportive team work environment and are based in a fascinating town.    As a practice, there are so many possibilities for our vets and opportunities to ‘make a difference’. We are the Cambodian vets for the lifesaving demining APOPO rats.

The primary focus for our vets right now is to develop the private part of our practice - that is the base that allows us to do community related things and makes our projects sustainable.  

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We need a volunteer veterinarian from 24th of July.  Ideally full-time but the main thing is that we have someone to replace our current locum.  This would give us more time to find the right permanent staff member.  Our budget for right now is $700 US per month to cover flights, accommodation and spending money. . Cost of living is low here.

Please email me at with references, any questions, a description of yourself and why you think you’d be a great match to  join our lovely team

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SINGAPORE - SMALL ANIMALS New Graduates welcome

Singapore - Small Animal Practice

The practice is seeking the services of a doctor with practical knowledge and skills. What’s needed is someone able to look after the Patients well, and provide a good service to the Clients. The medical standard offered to Clients is high, and less expensive alternatives are provided as options.

Support includes an experienced Team (so flexibility is important), and modern facilities and a high level of equipment.

From the doctors’ viewpoint, if you are able to operate with at least a little independence, the practice provides a fantastic opportunity to develop skills, being equipped well for imaging in radiology, ultrasound, and endoscopy; surgery in soft tissue and orthopaedics; dermatology; ophthalmology; and TCVM; and supports and encourages high level internal medicine. Additionally, it supports continuing education in whatever relevant field you choose, with flexible leave and financial support packages and equipment purchasing. You can potentially grow faster here than at a large referral practice. You do not need to be an expert to begin.

Remuneration is better than competitive, and Singapore is similar in many ways to London or Sydney – a big, fast, air-conditioned, well fed, english-speaking city.

If you believe you may be a candidate and are interested in our position, please contact us ( / +65 91465265) and we’ll help you decide.

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Full time Veterinarians

Requirements for Veterinarians:

The management at DVC is seeking highly motivated individuals to join our team. Having a loyal client base, it is required of candidates to be able to provide sound knowledge and deliver excellent patient care and workup cases thoroughly. We believe building great rapport with the clients and patients is as important for a veterinarian for effective management through understanding and communication. There will be sole charge at times, and you will need to be confident when in these circumstances. Our team of experienced and friendly nurses will be a great support to you. Team work and mutual support is greatly emphasized. DVC management encourages our staff have work-life balance. While we work hard in the clinic and love what we do, we definitely want you to have quality time with your family, friends and yourself.

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We would love to discuss further with candidates who can commit long term with possibilities of commission / partnership.

We would love to hear from you! Email us your cover letter and resume at

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PASH is a not for profit charity and operates Fiji's  first modern, purpose built animal hospital and shelter. 

We are near the international airport in Nadi. Having recently opened, we are in need of a volunteer vet to assist our resident vet with a variety of surgeries, consultations, etc. 

We have a new, well-equipped large medical facility.  A newly built apartment is available on site as well as a PASH vehicle for volunteer vets. 

We accept abandoned and neglected animals for re-homing after treatment and socialization, as well as caring for  numerous pets of local residents. We continually operate towards a "no-kill" shelter status. We are a very busy facility located in the beautiful islands of Fiji and yes - there's always some time off to explore our islands!  

To apply, email your CV and covering letter to

Visit our website at

(listed 15th May 2019)

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About Us:

Long term Vets wanted.

 We have realized that we really need to have long term Vet volunteers.  

We are looking for a vet (and spouse if you have) who would appreciate the opportunity to take a sabbatical period, 6, 9 even 12 months off.  

Someone who is looking to sink deep into Thai culture, food, language, and island life.  And who is give back to a population that up until recently had no choice for the care of their animals.

Koh Mak is an incredible place to live that has so much to offer on many different levels.

So to that end we are building a small studio bungalow just across the yard from the clinic.

This self contained "doctor's studio" will have a private bath, small kitchenette, closet, work area, dinette table and front terrace, and designed to give privacy and space for the occupants.

Here is a short movie that shows what we do and who we are looking for.

And here is the full 11 minute film:

The Clinic:


Koh Mak:

For more information or to apply please contact Kevin:


(updated 29th April 2019)

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Santisook is Thai run, non-profit organization committed to serving a lot of dogs and cats living in Chiang Mai area. We run a dog shelter and a cat shelter, re-homing hundreds of animals annually, provide emergency care to strays, work with local monks in helping their resident temple dogs, provide TNR services for local government and local caretakers who feed the strays, and offer subsidized sterilizations for the dogs and cats of the very poor.

We are in need of Vet volunteers all year round. Veterinarians with a strong spay and neuter background who can commit to a longer stay are highly valued. Veterinarians who are wanting to improve their skills for spay and neuter and new graduates are very welcome. We conduct TNR programs within Chiang Mai and the surrounding areas when we have enough vets.

Volunteer vets work together with our Thai vet when we have TNR programs. On regular days, they help on the treatment of our resident animals and emergency rescue care.

A minimum of one week is required and vets who can commit to one month stay will be considered for free accommodation depending on the availability. Volunteers are based out of our cat shelter in the town of Doi Saket, outside of Chiang Mai city. No fee to volunteer. Onsite accommodation available

Chiang Mai has a rich culture of Thailand and if you are into learning /improving your skills on spay and neuter, or learning the culture, or adventure and wanting to help the animals at the same time, please check our website or email us at

(updated 26th March 2019)

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Veterinary help needed in Indonesian Borneo

Help improve animal welfare in Indonesia by sharing your skills and experience!

Facility and Program Description:

Kawasan Wisata Pendidikan Lingkungan Hidup (KWPLH) is an environmental education center located in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. The facility’s goal is to increase environmental awareness and animal welfare. In addition to our animal programmes, the facility has several education buildings, picnic areas and playgrounds. To see a full description of the KWPLH’s facilities and goals visit or email us.

KWPLH provides a wonderful accommodation in the form of a forested enclosure for 7 sun bears rescued from the illegal pet trade. Sun bears are the mascot of Balikpapan, and many of our current education programs focus on this species.

Our Domestic Animal Program was created in response to the frequent dumping of kittens at KWPLH. We have attempted to establish a safe home for abandoned kittens and a sterilization and adoption program. We currently have 145+ cats under our care; In addition we also take care of 30 dogs, and several other rescued wildlife species whenever brought to the center (macaque, civets, slow loris, birds).

The goals of our Domestic Animal Program are:

Volunteer Vet Needed

We are in need of a veterinarian to assist in the management and development of our animal programmes with a focus on our Bear management and Domestic Animal Program. The primary goal is to give medical care to our animals
and to train our Indonesian animal care-taking staff in mastering necessary vet nursing skills. Other tasks include up - dating/maintaining our medical administration and records, enrichment and training programs, and enhancing our cat adoption
program. There will be work with the sun bears and other wild species, but most time will go to our domestic animals.

Outlined below is a list of topics that we need help with:

For more details about KWPLH and the vet nurse position please email us!

We are in need of help from a new vet in 2018-2019. The position is preferably for 6-12+ months or longer. Housing and food is provided. Couples are also welcome to apply.

Please send end questions and resumes to Gabriella Fredriksson:

For further information visit our website: or

(updated 25th March 2019)

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Middle East


International Animal Care Center is a specialized pet animal center; cats, dogs, birds and exotics, which includes a pet hospital, pet hotel and a retail shop (PETLAND).

Our center is excellently equipped with endoscopy, ultrasound, in-house lab, digital x-ray, dentistry facilities, ICU unit, an isolation unit, avian unit., surgery theatre and more.

The Center is situated at Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The area has a wonderful sense of community with many schools, café’s and tourism attractions all within close proximity of our center. We have a lovely client base which we contribute to by providing honest, professional service and advice with an exceptional standard of care.

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This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced candidate to join our practice and our supportive team. Our culture is built on integrity, empathy and teamwork. Our goal is to raise the standard of animal welfare in the country and we are looking for a suitable candidate that is passionate enough to help us deliver this goal.

If you have the following attributes and you are a positive people person, enjoy working in a team, like a challenge and variety in your work, need the modern diagnostic tools at your disposal to practice at your full potential, WE NEED TO SPEAK TO YOU!

Position requirements include:

All enquiries please email

Veterinary Surgeon JD:

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Veterinarian needed in equine hospital in Cairo, Egypt

Egypt Equine Aid (EEA) is a registered Australian charity created in July 2014. It operates an equine veterinary hospital for local working horses & donkeys in Cairo, Egypt run by donations of international EEA supporters. The aim is to take care of sick and injured animals, treat them and give them the possibility to rest on the farm until they have fully recovered. Education of the owners and the local community are a major part of the daily work to improve animal husbandry and raise the awareness for animal welfare. In addition, an important aspect of our education outreach is offering practical experience to local veterinary students, as well as providing continuous professional development opportunities to Egyptian veterinarians.

Who are we looking for?

A mid- to long-term residential equine veterinarian who will lead the daily clinical work. This includes morning treatments, stationary patient care, assessment and treatment of walk-in patients as well as some limited client communication (English speaking interpreter working at the clinic). A certain level of experience in equine practice is crucial for this senior position. Ideally, the person will be interested in animal welfare and developmental type of work and likes to be challenged by difficult medical cases and situations, undoubtedly always well supported by our local team.

What we provide:

Salary and accommodation:

Volunteers with medical background for mid-term stays are also welcome.

Please send questions and applications to Dr. Muriel Sacks, e-mail:

For further information visit our website:

(posted 3rd April)

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Retired or traveling vets needed. Housing and modest stipend provided.

Animal Aid Unlimited is a charity serving ownerless/abandoned street animals in Udaipur, Rajasthan India. About 75% dogs, rest is cows, donkeys.

The shelter is about 3 acres of rented land on which 600 animals are housed, and treatment is usually rendered outside close to where animals are housed. Among those in the shelter, 500 animals are in treatment. We have 1 Indian surgeon, 5 experienced vet nurses. We also have a spay-neuter surgery with 80 kennels in a nearby location.We have 80 paid Indian staff (with very limited or no English) and daily volunteers, mainly from outside India.

We need vets with either, or both surgery or shelter animal population management interest and experience with a minimum of 2 years work experience. 

Vet will live and work in Udaipur, Rajasthan, -- a beautiful, rustic, traditional part of India in the shadow of the ancient Aravalli mountain range.

Please watch a few of our rescue videos on Youtube, (channel is Animal Aid Unlimited, India) and you'll get a sense of the hospital setting. Send resume and cover letter to Next step is Skype interview. And then the adventure begins!

(listed 29th May)

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Vets: Volunteer with Mission Rabies and help us eliminate this deadly disease

We run mass canine vaccination campaigns in the world’s rabies hotspots and are looking for vets to join us! You’ll be part of the team vaccinating dogs, recording population data and working with the community to ensure we reach the required 70% vaccination coverage to establish herd immunity. Help us save human and canine lives – volunteer today for projects in India or Sri Lanka! No previous experience required.

(updated 25th March 2019)

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Have you ever thought of working in beautiful British Columbia, Canada?

Pacific Coast Veterinary Hospital is looking to grow and strengthen our team with a Full Time Associate Veterinarian. We are currently a two doctor small animal practice with a growing support staff. 

Prince Rupert BC is a quaint coastal community surrounded by stunning wilderness. We offer a flexible schedule to allow plenty of time to enjoy an abundance of outdoor recreation activities to fulfill your sense of adventure.

We are looking for an outgoing and compassionate veterinarian who enjoys practicing high quality care in a collaborative team environment. Experience is preferred, with a proficiency in surgery. We are the only clinic in town, so you need to be comfortable managing complicated medical and surgical cases with a positive, “can do” attitude. The ability to work in a fast-paced environment while maintaining a sense of humour is a must! We offer digital radiography, digital dental radiography, and in clinic blood analyzers, along with a great support team to help.

We also support animal rescue organizations in our area by providing spay/neuter and vaccine services.

We offer competitive wages and comprehensive benefits. There is the possibility of buy in for the right individual.  Relocation assistance is available to those who qualify.

If you’re looking for a long-term position to really grow & thrive in a fantastic community, please email your resume to

See our website


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Vets: Volunteer with Mission Rabies and help us eliminate this deadly disease

We run mass canine vaccination campaigns in the world’s rabies hotspots and are looking for vets to join us! You’ll be part of the team vaccinating dogs, recording population data and working with the community to ensure we reach the required 70% vaccination coverage to establish herd immunity. Help us save human and canine lives – volunteer today for projects in Ghana, Malawi, Uganda or Tanzania! No previous experience required.

(updated 25th March 2019)

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South America



We are looking to fill the role of Vet at our wildlife centres in Bolivia, with imminent start dates. This position would suit a person looking for a career in wildlife vet medicine.

Financial agreement: free board and housing

Time commitment: minimum of 6 months

The role requires autonomy and organization in carrying out the daily routine, which involves cleaning, preparing food, checking the animals and overseeing the volunteers’ work as well as the day to day running of the clinic. The vet must have a strong level of teamwork, responsibility and initiative. It is essential that the vet understands the work and the importance of keeping the animals in good health. There will also be times that the vet has to aid the head veterinarian in treating human patients. The main goal is that the animals receive the best possible care and attention in the most efficient way possible.

Candidates should have a strong interest in wildlife, a veterinary related degree and at least 2 years of experience in the clinic (competent in routine surgery such as castrations, ovariohysterectomy, amputations etc.) and some experience in large feline care. Candidates should also have at the minimum an intermediate level of written and spoken English and basic Spanish or willingness to learn.

Please apply via email to

Including a letter of application, indicating:

(updated 13th January 2019)

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