Woodland, Pa is located in the beautiful Allegheny Plateau bounded to the east by the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. Beautiful mountains host several trails and the river is a popular canoeing experience if you enjoy the outdoors. Enjoy the benefit of country living while being only 45 minutes from State College and two hours from Pittsburgh if the city life is what you desire. We are a non-profit organization founded 10 years ago by the Animal Welfare Council. We started doing only spays and neuters with one doctor. The demand has caused us to greatly expand. We now have two locations, one in Woodland and one in Centre Hall, Pa. We have spayed or neutered over 46,000 animals since we opened our doors 10 years ago. We now have two full time and three part time veterinarians. We offer wellness exams, dentals, radiographs and laboratory services. If you want to practice without worrying about the cost we are the place for you. We are supported by a strong board of directors and have an excellent donation base to continue our work. You will also be supported by two assistants/technicians at all times; we strive to have the best support staff.
Although we are not "high tech" we are slowly expanding and getting new equipment to stay updated. If you have any requests we work diligently to meet each and every request. We are searching for a full time veterinarian 4-5 days per week, no holidays, no weekends and no emergencies. The position starts between $80,000 and $84,000 per year. We offer vacation, insurance and will pay for select continuing education. Come join us and help complete our mission: The greatest good for the greatest number of animals.
Telecommuting is allowed.
About Allegheny Spay and Neuter Clinic
Company Name: Allegheny Spay and Neuter Clinic/Animal Welfare Council of the Alleghenies
Address: 1380 Shawville Highway
P.O. Box 97
Woodland, Pa 16881
Executive Director: Kimberly McKenrick
Status: 501 c 3 Non-Profit Organization
Our mission is to provide the greatest good for the greatest number of animals.
The Allegheny Spay and Neuter Clinic was founded by the Animal Welfare Council of the Alleghenies on December 21, 2009. Over the last ten years we have gone from a very modest practice to a nearly million dollar per year non-profit organization. We originally had one doctor and two technicians. We offered simple spay and neuter services at a discounted price. Today our organization consists of 5 doctors, more than 25 everyday employees and two clinic locations. We now offer a multitude of services that help us reach an even larger number of animals at an affordable price for the people of our community.
-Spay and Neuter
-General ...Wellness Appointments
-Grooming and Nail Trims
-Vaccines and Vaccine Administration