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As of May 1, 2019 there will be a charge of $250 for a 30 day position ad posting on the AVDC website. The fee will be waived for Diplomates of the AVDC if they are personally posting with their personal contact information listed.

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The term veterinary dentist may be used only to refer to AVDC board certified veterinary dentists. For individuals that have completed a residency, the term “board eligible” or “board qualified or credentialed” are unacceptable. For residents that have completed an AVDC residency the term is “seeking veterinarians that have completed residency training (NSS, SA, Equine, or Dual).” 

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Posted: September 10, 2019

Board Certified or Residency Trained Specialist in
Veterinary Dentistry Needed

If Oral Health is your chosen path, then NorthStar VETS is the right destination.

NorthStar VETS®, an award-winning, 24-hour emergency and trauma center is seeking a full-time, board-certified or residency trained dentist to expand its growing facilities throughout New Jersey.

As a world-class leader in veterinary emergency, trauma, and specialty care, our standards are very high. To deliver extraordinary care, you need a remarkable team and a work culture that expects—and respects—superior performance, honors collaboration, and constantly strives to provide exceptional client service.

Our secret? We believe that a true work-life balance leads to professional fulfillment. By investing in our team, we ensure that employees are empowered, challenged, and appreciated along the way.

NorthStar VETS® is:

A VECCS®-Certified Level I Facility                    Pioneering procedures and clinical trials

An AAHA® accredited referral hospital              Privately owned for over 18 years

Award-winning (Practice of the Year)                  A dedicated learning environment

18 comprehensive referral services                    Deeply established in two NJ communities

NorthStar VETS® unique philosophy rewards success and fosters professional motivation. Team members enjoy increased job satisfaction through: a veterinarian tuition reimbursement program, continuing education support, exceptional employee benefits, and a generous compensation package. The ideal candidate will be looking for an opportunity to perform at their highest level, welcomes a large and varied caseload, and enjoys sharing their expertise with others.

For confidential consideration, please contact:

Daniel Stobie, DVM, MS, DACVS
at (609) 223-1510


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Preference given to candidates with interest and/or experience in interventional procedures.

Posted: August 13, 2019

Join the team at Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery!
Signing Bonus $50,000
Salary $180,000

Dallas Veterinary Dentistry & Oral Surgery (DVDOS) is currently seeking a 3rd board-certified veterinary dentist or veterinarian that has completed residency training to join our expanding privately owned dental practice in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex.

DVDOS moved in 2018 to the newly constructed Animal Emergency and Veterinary Specialty Center in Grapevine, TX. The 2nd location in Lewisville, TX is at another large multispecialty hospital, Center for Veterinary Specialty + Emergency Care. Within the two hospital locations, we have a collaborative relationship with internists, criticalists, surgeons & rehabilitation, avian & exotics, ophthalmologists, and
dermatologists. Both locations have the high-tech equipment to provide the state-of-the-art diagnostics and treatment for our client’s furry family members.

DVDOS doctors are supported by an experienced team of customer care specialists, licensed veterinary technicians, a dedicated anesthetist and an exemplary management team. We support strong relationships with our referring doctors and offer frequent small group CEs to nurture current and build new relationships.

Opportunities for CE and professional development are encouraged and provided. In addition to standard benefits of medical, vacation, CE and 401(k) employer contributions up to 6%, all members of our team participate in our profit-sharing plan.

• A competitive salary and benefits package can be expected annually of
approximately of $180,000. ($150,000 base annual salary + bonus up to $30,000.)
• Signing bonus: $50,000
• Partnership in the future can be discussed, if desired, as well as future ownership opportunities. Neither is required for employment.

As a doctor owned practice, we encourage a collaborative atmosphere where feedback is supported without the multiple layers of corporate bureaucracy. We provide flexible scheduling and support work-life balance.

Please contact Debra Nossaman, DVM, DAVDC at

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English is the official language of AVDC. All documents, forms and examinations provided by AVDC are written in English, and all materials submitted by applicants and residents are to be written in English.

Use of Specialty Titles: The AVMA Principles of Veterinary Medical Ethics state: It is unethical for veterinarians to identify themselves as or in any way imply that they are members of an AVMA recognized specialty organization until such time as such certification has been awarded. AVDC has adopted the Guidelines for Use of Specialty Titles, prepared by the American Board of Veterinary Specialties of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

By signing the AVDC Training Program Registration form, an individual submitting an application for registration of a training program acknowledges that s/he may not use the terms ‘board eligible’, ‘board qualified’, ‘veterinary dental specialist’ or ‘veterinary dentist’, and may not make or imply any connection with AVDC until such time as the individual passes the AVDC examination and is awarded the AVDC Diploma.

The registration of an AVDC training program of an individual who is not in compliance with the policy stated above may be terminated by AVDC, in which case the individual will not be permitted to complete the AVDC credentials and/or the examination procedures, and, when appropriate, the circumstances may be reported by AVDC to the individual’s State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.