Practice Medicine in a non corporate clinic with no sales goals and a amazing work/life balance
Texas Litter Control
Location: Tomball, Texas
Type: Full Time
Salary: $130,000 - $156,000/ year
Competitive Salary Starting at $143,000 Annually for Full Time
Healthcare including dental, vision, short and long-term disability (100% Paid for Full Time Employees)
Life insurance policy (100% Paid for Full Time Employees)
PTO (Full Time Employees Only)
State and DEA license fees paid
Liability Insurance fees paid
PSLF eligibility (TLC is a non-profit organization so employees are eligible to apply for PSLF to have student loans forgiven)
Treatment at cost for employees’ pets.
No quotas or sales goals
Not corporate medicine
You leave the job at work, excellent work/life balance
It’s not about the profit...we are here to help the community
Due to the national Veterinarian shortage TLC is open to hire qualified Veterinarians who are US citizens or green card holders.
DVM or equivalent
3 openings available.
Texas Litter is a well-respected practice in Tomball, Humble and Spring, Texas. The practice is seeking to fill several Full-Time and Part-Time Veterinary positions to join their friendly, collaborative team.
If you love helping others who cannot afford healthcare, then this is for you! This non-profit practice provides gold standard care to animals, wanting to help as many pets as possible. We do not practice corporate medicine and there are no commission-based goals you need to meet. Your job is helping pet parents and their pets. We do not have a Medical Director. Our veterinarians all get together, discuss best practices, and make medical policy updates as a committee.
Texas Litter Control believes in placing team members in the position with the best fit for the individual. You are at work a good amount of your time, and it should be enjoyable. Two types of shifts are available. One type of shift is high quality, high volume spay and neuter (HQHVSN). The other is general medicine which performs wellness services for the general public, expanded healthcare (sick clinic) for low-income families and shelter medicine for our adoption animals. All our services are low cost. You as the Veterinarian can chose the position that best fits your personality and lifestyle.
Do you want to mix it up even more? Texas Litter Control also partners with other shelters and practices in the community. Our veterinarians perform relief veterinary services for other clinics through Texas Litter Control’s partnerships. We all help each other out where it is needed to benefit the community.
Shifts are Monday – Saturday with a day off in between as well as Sundays off. There is no on-call and no-after hours. Full-Time salary range starts between $130,000 and $156,000 depending on experience.
The practice encourages a healthy work/life balance which you will enjoy on your days off. Our three locations are conveniently located in the suburbs of Humble, Tomball and Spring, Texas. This family-friendly suburb is rich in culture with many museums, theatre, and nightlife activities. The sprawling parks are great for hiking, biking, and relaxing outdoor activities such as picnics. There are also many retail outlets and excellent cuisine to be explored! Don’t like the city life? All 3 locations are just a short drive to many rural communities!
Recent grads welcome!
Active Texas Veterinary Medical License REQUIRED.
DVM/VMD/NAVLE degree or equivalent from an accredited university
State and DEA License
Advanced medical skills
A compassionate, empathetic, and energetic veterinarian
A person who possesses strong emotional intelligence and is a team player
New graduates are welcome to apply as practice wants to help you flourish!
We train surgeons! TLC partners with a local shelter to provide training in HQHVSN. You will have access to a surgeon training program which will fully equip you to deal with the numbers.
Surgery Shifts - Your role will consist of performing high quality surgeries on a number of patients per shift. The practice has spacious surgical suites and a dedicated recovery area, and you will be supported by highly trained and dedicated support staff. So, if you enjoy a challenge and want to practice high quality surgery in a fast-paced environment with a friendly and inclusive team, apply today!
Associate Veterinary Shifts - Your role will consist of providing wellness and preventative care services including vaccinations, treatment of minor injuries, and examinations using digital x-rays. Shifts are 8 hours with a lunch break. The practice has spacious surgical suites, examination rooms, and a dedicated recovery area, and you will be supported by highly trained and dedicated support staff. So, if you love client interaction and client education and want to practice high quality medicine in a fast-paced environment with a friendly and inclusive team, apply today!
Perform basic health check exams on patients prior to spay/neuter surgery.
Perform on average 25 spay/neuter surgeries per shift on a mixture of cats and dogs.
Owned pet minimum weight requirement is 3 pounds and rescue minimum weight requirement is 2 pounds for kittens.
TLC does not knowingly perform spay/neuter surgeries on owned pets who are term pregnant. Feral cats are an exception. TLC does perform term pregnant spay/neuter surgeries on feral cats.
Full Time Veterinary Care
Wellness and Preventative Services including examinations, vaccinations
Treatment of minor injuries
Triaging patients that need a full-service or emergency clinic
Texas Litter Control offers low cost vaccinations and spay/neuter services in Montgomery, Harris and surrounding counties.Texas Litter Control is a Texas Non Profit Corporation and 501c3 public charity. We charge what we need to in order to stay open. Our vaccination and wellness services support our lifesaving efforts within your community.
TLC exists to aid the shelters in lowering the number of animals entering our local shelters. All of our programs are geared toward this one vision... No more killing healthy, adoptable animals in our shelters.
The Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association is the recognized voice of veterinary medicine in Nebraska. We organize local and statewide events for professional development, networking, and communications.