Lewiston Veterinary Hospital is looking for a large-stock employee to join its team and fill the position of veterinary assistant to the Director of Animal Services and Veterinary Technicians. The position is advertised for the large animal association, but is open to all animal associations with at least one year of experience in the veterinary profession.
Lewiston Veterinary Hospital is looking for a veterinary assistant to the head of veterinary services and veterinary technicians with at least one year of experience in the veterinary profession.
The practice area includes a large number of animals, which is seasonal and consists of the Lewiston Veterinary Hospital. The practice is dedicated to the care of animals that require veterinary care, with an emphasis on the treatment and care of large animals.
The location allows for a temperate climate with high humidity, high temperatures and high rainfall.
Washington State University Veterinary School is within 30 minutes for referrals, colic and counseling. During the examination, our veterinarians discuss the various diagnostic and treatment options and in most cases provide written estimates. Bring a professional vet to Lewiston, ID, no matter what type of pet you have. Make sure that we take care not only of your pet's health, but also of your health.
Washington State University Veterinary School is within 30 minutes of Lewiston, ID for referrals, colic and counseling, and within 20 minutes for emergency medical care.
We are proud of the community's commitment and encourage vets to develop their skills in their specialties. Our staff are excellent at responding to questions and concerns of our customers and educating pet owners about healthy pet care and well-being. We have an excellent large animal transport facility and most customers bring animals to our clinic for our services. Bring your little furry friend to the veterinary clinic and let us take care of your pet's health and well-being in the best possible way.
We are committed to providing our customers and pets with the best personal services and facilities. The health of our pets is our top priority and we have a long tradition of caring for pets who need it at all stages of life. We are committed to providing your pet with the best possible care for its health, well-being and safety and have provided an excellent personal service facility to all of our customers "special pets.
Whether it is treating kidney disease or repairing a broken leg, our veterinarians and staff will provide you with the best possible care for the health, welfare and safety of your pet. Sometimes even healthy pets get sick and when owners bring sick pets, the first step is a full physical examination by a veterinarian. Our goal is to make our customers understand what's happening to their pets and what recommendations they're getting.
Horses in the stable are provided with all kinds of veterinary care, from veterinary medicine to veterinary medicine, and cow stables are maintained.
Lewiston's Clarkston Valley is located in the middle of the Lewiston Valley, an area with about 2,000 inhabitants. It is bordered to the east and west by the Columbia River, the Idaho River and the Yellowstone River, as well as the Boise River.
Dr Lake is enjoying spending time with his wife Lynn, who built their home on the family's property. He loves to sit on the cabin deck with Lynn in the evenings and play the violin in his spare time. I appreciate being with my grandfather, who can spoil all six of us and send us back to his parents.
I am an animal lover who is passionate about helping our pets lead happy and healthy lives. In honor of this, please donate to your favorite charity from one of the many charitable organizations that engage in charitable work and support.
Dr. Dale grew up in Lewiston, Ill., and attended college at the University of Idaho before graduating from Washington State University in 1983 with a DVM degree. Leola spent a year in the practice in Spokane, WA before moving to Lewiston to work as a veterinarian in the Department of Animal Care and Control of Veterinary Medicine in Idaho.
She started in a veterinary clinic where she was the only practising doctor for 10 years. She then took a post as a Resident at Lewiston Veterinary Medical Center (LVMH), where she worked for two years before deciding to return to private practice and start a veterinary practice. Dr. Lake then decided to expand her skills in small-scale veterinary medicine and surgery and sold the practice, returned to her hometown of Council and started her own veterinary practice in Council, where he worked as a resident for a few years before returning to his hometown and spending the last three years of his career working in his veterinary practice.
She was bought by a large company to become the hospital's medical director and took on the role of chief medical officer at Lewiston Veterinary Medical Center (LVMH).