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Mobile Veterinarian- Manhattan & Staten Island, NY – #7401

Mobile Veterinarian (specializing in end-of-life care) – Manhattan & Staten Island, NY – #7401

Are you ready for a change of pace from in-clinic practice? Looking to reconnect with pet families and provide the kind of service you’d always envisioned by having generous appointment times and minimal administrative work? Do you consider yourself a compassionate and empathetic person? We’d love to have you join us!

Our mission is to provide support to pets and their families during one of life’s most challenging moments by helping pets pass peacefully in the comfort of their own homes.

Established and owned by veterinarians, we recognize that pets are more than just animals — they’re beloved family members. That’s why we prioritize deep and meaningful connections with pet families, colleagues, and the community. Join our team and you’ll be part of a nurturing and supportive environment where you can thrive professionally and personally.

Discover a Unique and Rewarding Career as a Veterinarian:

  • Make a greater impact with an average of 3-4 appointments per day
  • Receive gratitude and appreciation at every appointment
  • Embrace the freedom of a mobile practice, without being tied to a clinic
  • Benefit from comprehensive training and ongoing mentorship
  • Achieve an actual work-life balance
  • Enjoy schedule flexibility, with 2-5 day-per-week work options with most appointments occurring between 9 am – 5 pm
  • Collaborate with an active community of 300+ doctors who support one another and have fun, too!

Veterinarian Core Responsibilities:

  • Provide in-home euthanasia and hospice care for geriatric and terminally ill pets
  • Guide families in making end-of-life decisions for their pets
  • Build relationships with local veterinary clinics, serving as an extension of their excellent care

Physical Requirements:

  • Able to lift up to 50 lbs. unassisted and up to 100 lbs. assisted
  • Capable of walking, kneeling, bending, crouching, crawling, stooping, standing, and reaching consistently during the workday
  • Comfortable with prolonged periods of driving
  • Demonstrated manual dexterity, fine motor skills, and the ability to maintain steady hands while using medical tools


  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM/VMD/BVMS)
  • 1+ year(s) experience as a practicing veterinarian
  • Possess a valid driver’s license and a well-maintained SUV/hatchback/minivan


  • Range of health insurance plans, including vision and dental, with options for both individual and family coverage
  • Retirement Plan (Traditional 401k with 3% match and Roth 401k)
  • Life Insurance (Basic, Voluntary, and AD&D)
  • Paid Time Off/Bereavement Leave/Paid Parental Leave
  • Professional Training and Development
  • Wellness Resources (Mental, Physical, and Financial)
  • Pet Insurance

Life in Manhattan and Staten Island

Manhattan and Staten Island, two of the five boroughs of New York City, are distinct in their offerings and attractions, but here are a few awesome things about each one!


Manhattan is home to some of the world’s most iconic landmarks. The skyline itself is a sight to behold, with towering structures like the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, and the Chrysler Building. Central Park, a sprawling oasis in the heart of the city, is another iconic feature that offers a peaceful retreat amid the urban hustle. Additionally, Manhattan is a cultural hub, hosting world-renowned museums, theaters, and galleries. The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met), the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and the Broadway theater district are just a few examples of the cultural richness found in the ‘Big Apple.’ Visitors and residents can immerse themselves in art, theater, and music from various genres, and Manhattan’s neighborhoods are incredibly diverse, each with its own character and charm. From the historic Greenwich Village and artsy SoHo to the bustling Times Square and financial district in Lower Manhattan, there’s a neighborhood for every taste. Exploring these diverse areas allows for a journey through different cultural, culinary, and architectural experiences.

Staten Island:

Staten Island offers a contrast to NYC’s urban landscape with its natural beauty. The Staten Island Greenbelt provides a network of parks, hiking trails, and nature preserves, allowing residents to escape into a serene environment. The Staten Island Ferry also offers breathtaking views of the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline. There are also several historic sites that showcase its past. Historic Richmond Town is a living history village where visitors can experience colonial and 19th-century life. The Conference House, where a peace conference was held during the American Revolution, is another notable historic site. These places offer a glimpse into Staten Island’s historical significance. Additionally, Staten Island has a burgeoning food scene, with diverse culinary options reflecting the borough’s multicultural population. From Italian cuisine in neighborhoods like Little Italy to waterfront dining options, there’s a range of delicious food to explore. Arthur Avenue, known as the “Little Italy of the Bronx” but also close to Staten Island, is famous for its authentic Italian markets and restaurants.

These aspects add to the unique character and appeal of both Manhattan and Staten Island within the vibrant tapestry of New York City.

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