Exciting news…… Dr Juliet is having a baby in March. Juliet has started to reduce hours and as of early March will be on maternity leave for 3-4 months. She will be back in July. Dr Steve will be covering her leave and is an very experienced and caring vet. He will take very good care of your beloved family member. Dr Nadia who has been at Black Rock Animal Hospital for a number of years is well known to you all and will also be there to take excellent care of you and your pet.
Permanent part time position is available at our small, caring fun practice.
We are looking for someone who likes to smile, who goes lala over a cute puppy or kitten but also over an old sweetheart that gives a nudge for a treat. But we are also looking for someone who is willing to work hard, has initiative, works independently and therefore can work as the sole nurse.
We like our clients to have confidence in their veterinarian and feel that their pet is important to us. This starts with the person at reception or answering the phone. So someone that communicates well is essential.
He or she needs to be competent in all areas of general small animal surgery and anaesthesia. We would prefer someone qualified, equivalent experience will also be considered.
The position is for 3-4 days per week and 1 in 3 Saturday mornings.
Please email applications to Juliet Mills at email@example.com or contact Juliet at Black Rock Animal Hospital (03) 9589 0777.
We have had an interesting start for the year.
Firstly our pets
Amy who is the owner of lovely Macey an 18month old boxer has been again to Advanced Vetcare Specialist Surgeons as she has bilateral cruciate disease (this means that the cruciate ligaments have failed in both her back legs). She is recovering well from the first procedure on the right back leg and is now counting down to surgery on her left hind leg. She will make a full recovery but has some rehab ahead of her.
Juliet’s little Ernie
Little Ernie has unfortunately been suffering from what is thought to be partial seizures. He has had blood test and MRI scans but there is no diagnosis as yet. He is on medication and is happy but there is still a long way to go.