Merck Technical Services Veterinarian. Position Location: Alberta or Saskatchewan. Reporting to the Team Lead, Cattle Veterinary Technical Services, in the Farm Animal Business Unit, the Technical Services Veterinarian is one of the veterinarians responsible for providing technical support to our Company’s Animal Health field team and our customers for our vaccines and pharmaceuticals; primarily focused on the bovine product portfolio.The Technical Services Veterinarian will be based in Alberta or Saskatchewan. The majority of the time will be spent working in Western Canada with a primary focus on the Beef Industry.
Primary responsibilities include:

  • Provides medical and scientific information (technical support) about our Company’s Animal Health products as requested by all veterinary clients, cattle producers and our Company’s Animal Health marketing and sales management;
  • Contributes to the development and delivery of technical training programs as coordinated between other Technical Services Veterinarians, Product Managers, Regional Sales Managers and the Business Unit Director;
  • Reports cattle product complaints according to our Company’s Animal Health procedures, and leading investigations related to reported product complaints;
  • Travels on client calls with and without field representatives on a regular basis to support the Cattle team with responsibilities mainly for Western Canadian beef segments; however, some support for all of Canada's beef, dairy and equine segments will be required;
  • Develops trial protocols, monitors and summarizes clinical and marketing support trials specific to beef cattle health and performance;

The Technical Services Veterinarian works closely with the other Farm Animal Technical Services Veterinarians as well as the Marketing department and Regional Sales Managers to maximize our Company’s Animal Health bovine product portfolio’s full potential. There is opportunity to develop a niche expertise in a beef cattle product category or disease management area.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Degree in Veterinary Medicine, with veterinary license in Canada;
  • Previous veterinary practice (private or industry or academia) with emphasis in beef cattle medicine and production within Canada, for a minimum of 3 years;
  • Ability to think and act strategically;
  • Ability to understand, integrate and communicate scientific concepts to producers and veterinary professionals accordingly.

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Twin Valley VHS is looking to hire a 3rd full time DVM in our growing mixed animal rural practice, who is determined to fulfill a career in a diverse caseload with all species.  Opportunities exist to develop other specialties or individual interests, and duties of the associate can be adjusted according to their expertise.   Our team is searching for a leader in animal care who values high quality medicine, is community minded, has strong client bonds and likes to work in a fun and supportive team environment, while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
We pride ourselves in mentorship and in taking a team approach to difficult cases.  Our support team includes RVTs, Vet Assistants, Customer Care Reps and kennel staff.  New graduates or seasoned applicants are welcome. The future of buying in with business mentorship is a possibility for the right candidate who is also passionate about our practice philosophy.
Our facility has much of the modern equipment, is paperless, and strives to maintain a high level of customer service while practicing quality medicine in a friendly small-town atmosphere.  Esterhazy is a community of 3500 with access to surrounding lakes in the valley, cross country ski trails, cross fit, a fitness center and coffee shop next door, snowshoeing and hiking.
If you are interested in hearing more about our values and philosophies along with our signing incentives, competitive wages, benefits, fair call rotations and continuing education allowance, please contact Dr. Justin Noble at 306.745.6642, 306.740.8061 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Be sure to check us out on Facebook!

Live the life you love and love the life you live!  Stettler Veterinary Clinic is excited to welcome two licensed Veterinarians to our busy, action oriented, mixed animal practice.  Our established hospital values a high standard of care with endless opportunities for learning and development. Our fully equipped facility goes above and beyond with an experienced support team of 11 and 5 DVM’s.  Our caseload is nearly 50:50 split between companion and large animal and all staff are positioned where they work the best. SVC ensures associates receive above average compensation, production bonus, comprehensive benefits, and well above average paid time away from work starting at over five weeks.  Put your feet in the right boots and join this excellent agricultural community where clients value our high standard of care. Please contact Mrs. Terra Heier and let Stettler Vet Clinic foster excellence in your career! email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. website: phone: (403) 742-3338 fax: (403) 742-1170

Bovine only veterinarian – strong team / excellent clients. Do you want to work within a bovine only practice in the heart of cattle country? Do you want to be a part of a specialized and amazing team of 6 bovine practitioners? Do you want a great work/life balance? We are hiring a full-time veterinarian to complement our bovine practice in southern Alberta. Our practice continues to grow, and we are looking for someone to share in the growth opportunities with us.
We are committed to providing our cattle clients with the most up to date and professional veterinary consultation services for feedlot, dairy, and cow / calf operations. Our goal is to assist our clients in obtaining optimal animal health and welfare while supporting economic returns through efficient production animal management.
We have a strong and diverse team of veterinarians with many years of experience. We enjoy practice and the relationships we have with our clients. Our practice offers great wages, mentorship, benefits, and friendly call schedules, along with coverage for your continuing education and professional dues. Required: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM, or equivalent) degree from an accredited veterinary school and licensure with the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association.
The practice is based outside Lethbridge, Alberta, which provides access to affordable country living, city amenities (including a college and university), mountains, prairies, hiking, skiing, fishing/hunting, and international airports. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your resume or questions.

Professional Services Veterinarian
Lethbridge Animal Clinic (LAC) is seeking to hire a beef cattle veterinarian. The ideal candidate will be part of a dynamic professional services team that delivers veterinary services to feedlots in Southern Alberta.
Cow-Calf - Feedlot Veterinary Services
• Diagnose causes of death in cow-calf and feedlot cattle (in person and via digital imaging)
• Perform selected bovine surgeries
• Perform pregnancy diagnoses and breeding soundness exams
• Conduct individual animal and herd level examinations (in person or via digital imaging)
• Perform regulatory procedures associated with cattle import/export or certification
• Communicate protocols, research findings, recommendations, technical information, etc. to client operations and follow up as needed
• Perform other veterinary procedures as required

Cow-Calf - Feedlot Health Management
• Utilize data to monitor health parameters, and perform ad hoc data analysis as needed
• Identify areas of concern and devise action plans and recommendations in conjunction with the entire Consultant Team
• Perform client site visits as required to monitor animal health procedures and events, and to provide ongoing, positive communication

• Education: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited veterinary school
• Qualification for licensure with the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association

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 86K, 4 weeks paid holiday with more time off if adventure calls. Warm body needed for cozy mom and pop country clinic. Main duties include doing good deeds and sharing some laughs. We have great equipment, staff, and sweetheart clients, the kind that make you tea biscuits. I want you to come for a visit! Try us out for a day , a week , or a month, whatever! Long-term is the goal, but if you want short-term to pay off some debt, learn some new skills, or just escape your old routine, that's good too. It's a win-win. Home for lunch to walk the dog? Done. Want to garden? Done. Beekeeping? I know a guy. Dinner and a movie? The big city is just down the road. Need mentorship? Mother duck has your back. Find yourself crying in the shower? Forget that and come to work with friends! Kiss some baby animals! Travel the world! Your tea biscuits are waiting. I'm waiting . Call me!
Contact: Dr. Charlotte Williams, Hooves and Paws, Box 189, Elrose, SK, S0L0Z0 /  306-378-2252


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