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Date Submitted: 3/3/2020
Contact Person: Dr. Michael Harvey
Practice Name: Airport Animal Hospital
Address: 2401 N University Drive
City: Fargo, ND 58102
Phone: (701) 293-8888
Fax: (701) 293-0019
Email: aah2401@gmail.com
Practice Type: Companion Animal Exclusive
Job Type: Associate
Fargo Moorhead Veterinary Associates Ltd. is seeking a full-time veterinarian to join our companion animal, client focused practice in a thriving and growing multi-city community with three universities. Two well equipped hospitals with dental and digital x-ray equipment and dedicated, well-educated support staffs. Local emergency clinic means no after-hours emergency duty. Competitive salary and benefit package. New/recent graduates encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should possess strong work ethics, compassionate care of patients and care takers and have a team approach. Fargo-Moorhead is a great place to practice veterinary medicine with easy access to hunting, fishing, outdoor recreation and lake country life. Please send letter of interest and resume to Dr. Michael Harvey, 2401 N University Drive, Fargo, ND 58102. E-mail aah2401@gmail.com or call 701-293-8888.

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Date Submitted: 1/24/2020
Contact Person: Troy W Dutton
Practice Name: Steele Veterinary Clinic, PC
Address: 2515 Hwy 10
City: Steele, ND 58482
Phone: (701) 400-2789
Fax: (701) 475-2770
Email: tcdutton@bektel.com
Web Site: https://steelevetclinic.com
Practice Type: Food Animal Predominant
Job Type: Associate
Steele Veterinary Clinic is looking to hire an associate to join our growing mixed animal practice. We are a progressive practice with an emphasis on customer service and patient care. Associate veterinarian will be expected to participate in all aspects of the mixed animal practice. While the majority of our business is based on production animal medicine (cow/calf, feedlot and back-grounding), we enjoy a growing companion animal segment of our practice. We also service two livestock auction markets. On call schedule and time at the auctions are shared equally by all five full time veterinarians. Steele Veterinary Clinic was founded in 1967 with a dedication to meeting clients needs and expectations. Today we continue that tradition and continue to provide emergency services to all of our clients. For our large animal clients we provide numerous herd health services to our clients: customized herd health programs to meet our clients changing needs, reproductive ultrasound, herd consultation, pregnancy diagnosis via palpation, bull fertility testing, calving assistance, general surgery services, herd AI protocols and other services to meet our producers needs. For our growing small animal clients we provide numerous services: vaccinations, exams, spaying neutering, orthopedic surgeries, dentals and other services as needed Our practice features well equipped large animal haul in facilities, with an area for bovine obstetrical work, as well as a hydraulic tilt chute for processing animals and lameness examinations/foot work. The practice also has a portable tub and alley and two portable Silencer hydraulic squeeze chute for cattle work in the country. The practice currently has two portable ultrasound machines, portable digital x-ray, as well as the other equipment to perform routine production animal procedures. Equine area includes surgical stall and two hospitalization stalls. The companion animal area consists of an exam room, surgical room, and kennel room with stainless steel kennels. We also have in house blood chemistry machine, CBC machine, urinalysis machine, digital x-ray, ultrasonic dental scaler/polisher, and ultrasound machine. Steele Veterinary Clinic serves clients in Kidder, Emmons, Logan, Burleigh, Stustman, Wells, Sheridan, and McIntosh counties. Most of our clients are within a 70 mile radius of Steele, ND. We serve many progressive cattlemen, who drive us to remain on the cutting edge of production practices and technology. Steele is the county seat and offers a wonderful small town atmosphere, with the benefit of activities and city life only 40 miles away in Bismarck, the state capital. Outdoor activities are plentiful in the area: boating, waterfowl hunting, hiking, deer hunting, bird watching and much more.

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