The associate veterinarian is responsible for the management of client and recipient mares. Duties include palpations, inseminations, record keeping, assisting/performing embryo flushes and transfers, stallion collection, semen processing and more. The breeding season is busy and time consuming, but there is plenty of time to breathe during the off season. The focus of the off season is the care of the horses at the facility.
* A DVM/VMD from an accredited school of veterinary medicine. He or she must hold a current veterinary license in the state of Texas or be able to secure one.
* At least 2 years of experience in equine medicine - a focus on reproduction and embryo transfer experience are a plus, but not required.
* Excellent organizational ability, problem solving skills, and self-motivation are required.
* The flexibility, ability, and willingness to work 7 days a week during breeding season (approximately 6 months, January - July)
* The ability to work in a team environment, take direction, and work well with all kinds of clients.