Associate Veterinarian
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Now Hiring an Associate Veterinarian!

As a result of continued growth, South Park Animal Hospital located in Austin, TX, is looking for an associate Veterinarian to join our team. Our hospital is a progressive, well-equipped, clean and modern facility. If you would like to work for a hospital that is dedicated to client education and quality, low-stress medicine, then our clinic may be the place for you. Our friendly, efficient teams and supportive management have led to our expansion and great reputation with clients in the growing Austin area.

  • Compensation is pro-sal with competitive base salary and comprehensive benefits package.
  • Doctors are blocked for a one hour lunch in addition to dedicated “client communication” blocks for client calls before the close of business.
  • Full-time, no after-hour emergencies.
  • Austin, Texas has much to offer with a bustling economy, pet-friendly community, infamous music scene, outdoor activities, mild climate, and so much more. Visit us and see for yourself!

South Park Animal Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


  • Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.
  • Texas State Veterinary License with no suspensions, investigations, or infractions; or ability to obtain prior to start date. – Experience in a small animal practice.
  • Current DEA License (or ability to obtain).
  • Professional dress and demeanor.
  • Required Skills and Proficiencies
  • Communication skills: Interpersonal, public speaking, and phone etiquette.
  • Leadership skills: to promote teamwork and staff efficiency.
  • Computer skills: to maintain accurate, comprehensive, and timely electronic medical records.
  • Excellent client service skills.

Physical Demands:

  • Must be able to lift approximately 50 pounds unaided.
  • Must be able to stand and work on feet most of the day.
  • Must be willing and able to physically hold and restrain pets
  • Must be able to squat, kneel, and bend.

Attention New Grads:

Vets Heart Pets is committed to mentorship of new graduates to support with both medical protocol and building the skills for great client relationships! Our small family of 3 hospitals provide for a variety of learning opportunities

To learn more about low-stress vet externship and full-time opportunities contact: Alisha Singleton, Certified Veterinary Practice Manager 512-740-1253

Going to the vet can be stressful for pets. Patient stress can make it difficult to diagnose and treat our furry friends and can cause additional stress and safety concerns for team members. This is why South Park Animal Hospital has been asking, “what more can we do to reduce patient stress?” since our hospital’s inception almost 7 years ago. We take a balanced approach as we understand we cannot completely eliminate stress for all patients. We are continually looking for new ideas and assessing our protocols and environments to achieve an optimal experience for both pets and their people.

Here are a few ways we achieve this:

Training: Our associate veterinarians complete Fear Free Certification during regularly scheduled hours when there is down time. Fear Free Certification is funded by Vets Heart Pets for every support team member in the hospital. Team members learn low-stress restraint techniques, animal behavior cues, and are trained to assess and apply the appropriate amount of restraint.

Environment: South Park Animal Hospital was designed to provide a low-stress experience for all patients. Felines wait, are examined, treated, and housed in a separate wing of the hospital. The exam room experience for both canines and felines places an intentional focus on creating the right environment for each patient. Patients are checked out in the exam room when possible to avoid the stress of interacting with other patients. Pheromones assist in creating our low-stress environments.

Tools: A variety of treat and toy options in each room provides distraction and positive reinforcement for patients during acclimation and treatments. Towel warmers provide our feline friends with soothing warmth. Soft mats are provided for patient comfort on exam tables. We offer plenty of other low-stress amenities!