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We are currently looking for a full time Client Services person & a full time RVT/Medical Asst./Technician. Strong candidates wishing for part time will also be considered.  

Candidates for these positions must be very positive, energetic, & happy people who are comfortable and really like working with pets and people. You must also be comfortable in a "paperless" practice. 

Client services candidates must love working with people as much as working with their pets.  There is lots of client contact by phone and in person.  Looking for someone who is very warm & friendly, yet professional.

Medical Techs/Assistants must have experience with proper & gentle restraint techniques for dogs and cats.  Experience with blood draws, x-ray, fecal test prep & reading, stains & slides, etc. a big plus. 

All candidates must be reliable & responsible, very much a motivated self starter, able to follow directions, have a good phone personality, strong customer relations/service skills, and present yourself as professional, yet personable. Applicants must be available to work during our M-Sat. business hours and for weekend boarder care.  We can work around college class schedules.

Rate of pay depends on experience. Great FT benefits including earned vacation,  paid holidays off, and fully funded medical & dental insurance.

If  you feel the above describes you, please come in person during our normal business hours to complete our employment application.  We would love to meet you!

We are at 10397 Friars Road, San Diego, CA 92120. Phone (619)282-7677. Business hours M-F 7:30am-6pm & Sat 7:30am-12pm.  At Friars Rd. & Riverdale directly across from the Black Angus. 

Thank you!

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Client Testimonial

We love our clients! They are the best!!!!

  • "Just a short and simple "Thank you" for all your help with Pepper. My son and I are very grateful for the care that you provided for so many years. Thank you for being there and all your support. God bless you for the wonderful work you do." ..and.."We want to thank you for taking such good care of Lucky."
  • "Consistently superior performance by a dedicated and caring staff!!! We have been bringing fury companions here for 13 years"
    David Smith
  • "Thank you for always taking good care of Sophie. I always know she is in good hands and Will get the best care possible. Thank you Katie, Jacqueline,mTravis, Cynthia and Dr. P."
    Anne Mayes
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