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Full Time/Part Time/ Per Diem

We need your help! West Virginia has one of the worst track records for humanely caring for homeless and neglected animals. There  are currently 793,579 dogs and cats in West Virginia households and of those, 144,114 are not spayed or neutered.In 2020, 23% of  animals admitted into West Virginia Shelters were euthanized according to the West Virginia Board of Veterinary Medicine (only 24  counties reported).

To address this critical problem, a group of dedicated volunteers formed the Spay Neuter Incentive Program of West Virginia (SNIP  WV), a 501(c)(3) non-profit, with the goal of preventing the unnecessary suffering and euthanasia of cats and dogs due to  overpopulation and preventable diseases. This is where you can help to make a tremendous contribution to this cause. We are seeking  a full-time veterinarian to work in our new, high-quality, high-volume, low-cost spay neuter clinic. This position is four days a week  with one weekend per month and no holidays or on-call duties. Pay is based on experience and industry standards in the area. 

SNIP WV is located in Morgantown, West Virginia, and will be the first high volume spay neuter clinic in the north central West Virginia  area. We will serve clients in north central West Virginia as well as the surrounding areas of Pennsylvania and Maryland. This clinic is  desperately needed so that spay/neuter is more accessible to everyone. With the addition of this clinic in our community, more animals  will get spayed or neutered ensuring a decrease in the influx of animals to our local shelters and rescue groups every year. 

Responsibilities of the veterinarian will include: 

  • Pre-surgical physical examinations and administering of pre-surgical drugs 

  • High-quality, high-volume spay/neuter surgery of up to 40 dogs and cats per day 

  • Accurate record keeping 

  • Supervision of surgical staff and vet assistants 

  • Documentation and Management of policies and procedures 

  • Adherence to WV Vet Board and AVMA standards 


  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university. 

  • Must have or obtain a West Virginia license to practice veterinary medicine. 

  • Candidates must have a strong work ethic and a commitment to reducing companion and feral animal overpopulation while  maintaining the highest standards possible in the field. 

  • Professional demeanor and appearance, with excellent interpersonal skills and a positive, friendly attitude. ● The ability to make decisions and communicate clearly and effectively with fellow team members. 

  • Respect for and willingness to work with clients and their pets. 

  • Compassionate team player who can uphold a great reputation with clients. 

  • A commitment to practicing the highest standard of medicine and upholding the veterinary code of ethics. ● Proficiency in high volume spay and neuter surgeries is a plus. 

  • An emphasis on shelter medicine would be an asset in this position. 

  • New graduate applications are welcome. 

  • And a desire to improve the well-being of animals! 

Benefits include PTO, paid CE's, paid licensing, paid holidays and more. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, applicants with student loans may be  eligible for loan forgiveness. 

Our flexible schedule will allow you to enjoy all that the great college town of Morgantown, home to WVU, has to offer including  Division I Big 12 sports, minor league baseball, great dining, and a bustling nightlife. Morgantown was named “#1 Small City in  America” by and the “5th Best Small Metro” by Forbes. Pittsburgh is less than an hour away offering everything from  professional sports—home of the Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates—to museums, shows, and shopping. If you enjoy the outdoors, West  Virginia is the place to be. Skiing, mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, camping, fishing, boating, kayaking, and world-class white water rafting (“Beast of the East” Class V rapids) are all within a 2-hour drive of Morgantown. Washington, D.C., Baltimore,  Philadelphia, New York City, and Charlotte are all within a 6-hour drive.  

Please consider helping us address this critical issue. We need you! If interested send a letter of interest and resume  to or contact Carrie Curtis at 904-386-5937. 


2 West Virginia Board of Veterinary Medicine Animal Euthanasia Report 2020

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