CodaPet – In Home Pet Euthanasia Veterinarian


Job Type: Veterinarian

Work Type: Small Animal Only

Business Name: CodaPet

City: Chicago

State: Illinois

Start Date: 2024-02-01

Contact Name: Ed

Contact Email: [email protected]

Contact Phone: (833) 263-2738

As an in-home pet euthanasia veterinarian, you will be responsible for providing compassionate and empathetic care for pets in the final moments of their life. This role requires a confident and skilled command of veterinary medicine, strong communication skills, and the ability to support pet owners through this difficult time.

Key Responsibilities

Conduct in-home consultations to assess the pet’s condition and discuss euthanasia options with the pet owner.
Provide in-home euthanasia in a gentle and compassionate manner, ensuring the pet’s comfort and dignity.
Provide emotional support and guidance to pet owners before, during, and after the euthanasia process.
Maintain accurate records of each case and ensure compliance with relevant regulations and ethical standards.
Build relationships with local veterinary clinics, serving as an extension of their excellent care.
Position Qualifications

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM or VMD) degree from an accredited institution.
State licensure as a veterinarian with a clear disciplinary record.
Experience in end-of-life care or palliative medicine is preferable.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to demonstrate empathy and compassion.
Ability to work independently and make difficult decisions with professionalism and sensitivity.
Position Requirements

Be a licensed veterinarian
Capable of walking, kneeling, bending, crouching, crawling, stooping, standing, and reaching consistently during the workday
Comfortable with prolonged periods of driving
Able to lift up to 50 lbs unassisted and up to 100 lbs. assisted
Compassion for animals and their humans

Enjoy schedule flexibility (you set your own schedule with real-time changes)
Make the impact you want by setting a few or several appointments (most vets average of 3-4 per day)
Serve a grateful and appreciative clientele
Embrace the freedom of a mobile niche practice, without being tied to a clinic
Earn approximately $185 per hour on average.
Benefit from being part of a supportive network and community
Achieve an actual work-life balance

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