Bond Vet is on a mission to strengthen the human-animal bond through better pet care. We’re focused on urgent care, so we’re there for pets when they need us most. Our clinics are designed with pets and people in mind: warm, friendly, and highly sniffable. We balance this design with a strong focus on technology, all built in-house, which means we can easily innovate our systems to improve the veterinary team, pet, and client experience.


 

BondMADE: Mentorship, Advancement, Development, and Education

*Now Accepting applications, interviews to start in November*

Program

We are excited to announce that we are accepting applications for the 2023 Fall class of our BondMADE program. In the past, veterinarians typically have had 3 popular options available to them after graduation: internship, specialization, or jumping right into practice. We’ve created something different: a structured, supportive, 16 week long program that mentors doctors in urgent and emergent care, general practice, surgery, dentistry, and more. Every week, you’ll cover a different body system and learn new skills, with access to lectures, case studies, and regular assessments. You’ll also receive certification in RECOVER and VetGirl Basic Emergency Medicine, dental certification through the Animal Dental Center in Maryland, and certification on small animal abdominal and thoracic ultrasonography. We invest in our doctors because we want to uphold our promise to practice the highest quality medicine possible.


Compensation

As a BondMADE veterinarian, you’ll experience the value of learning from our diverse group of veterinarians and specialists. What’s more, you’ll be paid well as a practitioner, thus providing you with the support needed to begin your career. This is a competitive program, and as such we are only accepting a limited number of applicants.


How Bond Vet is paving the way:

As a whole, we’ve set out to improve sustainability in the veterinary field, with a specific focus on unwavering medical excellence, fluid operations, mental health, team wellness, and thoughtful approaches to growth. Interested in learning more? Let’s talk. 

You are:

  • An upcoming 2023 graduate from an accredited veterinary school
  • An individual who understands the value of excellent communication skills
  • A tenacious learner with a desire to develop your skills in urgent and emergent care, general practice, surgery, dentistry and more
  • A team player with a desire to uplift those around you

We offer:

  • Very generous PTO (5 weeks for our Associate Doctors) 
  • A way for you to grow, learn, and continue to develop your skills as a practitioner
  • Mentorship through the Specialists on our team, Emergency Doctors, Frequent Wet Labs and External CE
  • A culture that fosters relationship building and learning from one another (yes that means our teams will likely learn from you as well!) 
  • 100% healthcare coverage
  • Mental health support in the form of frequent check ins, 1 year of free therapy through TalkSpace, Employee Assistance Program and more
  • 401 with matching contributions
  • Meals on weekends, and a fully stocked pantry available to you at any time
  • 16 week parental leave programs over your time at Bond Vet
  • And much more.
 
 
 
 
Our Values: 
We’re obsessed with pets: The love we feel for animals drives us to do our best. We work with initiative, positivity and warmth to bridge the gap between human and pet, focusing on wellness to keep a better, stronger bond. 
We work as a team: We’re knowledgeable, friendly, and passionate about a better veterinary experience. We jump at the opportunity to help one another and seek out opportunities to team up on tasks. We’re all in this together - our team, pet owners, and the animal - and our success as a team hinges on all of us doing our best.
We communicate clearly: We speak up, we do what we say, and we’re transparent and honest. We value clear, simple communication.
We work happy: We bring a happy, positive attitude to work because it impacts the energy in the office. 
We’re empowered: We’re building a new kind of vet experience, and every team member is empowered to try new things and own their decision-making.
 
We’re looking for people who are not just team players, but also leaders. If you’ve made it this far, you’re probably looking for something different than what’s already out there. So were we. Let’s meet.
— Dr. Zay, Mo, Lukas, and the whole Bond Vet team
 
 

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