Become a Goodbye Good Boy Veterinarian

Turn your passion for pets into a career helping families to navigate the end-of-life journey of their pets

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Currently looking for compassionate veterinarians in the following areas

If you don’t see your area listed, we would still love to speak with you about opportunities to work with us.

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Questions you might find yourself asking

What type of doctor fits in best with Goodbye Good Boy?

Our team has a passion for providing a balance of clinical and emotional support to families during a very difficult time in their pet ownership journey. We pride ourselves on being empathetic, mindful, humble, compassionate and non judgemental. Our team are comfortable working independently but share a strong passion for pioneering this emerging field of veterinary medicine. We are always willing to go the extra mile to help a family.

Are there any physical limitations?

Similar to a clinic setting, we are frequently on the ground with a dog or kneeling in front of a cat sitting comfortably on the owner’s lap. Additionally, our doctors often assist clients with the aftercare of their pets. Aftercare is an essential part of our “end to end” service for the families we serve. This may require helping to lift pets onto a stretcher or carrying the stretcher to your car.

Are there any vehicle requirements?

You will need a clean & reliable vehicle.

What type of care do doctors provide with Goodbye Good Boy?

Our veterinarians provide compassionate in-home, end of life care consisting of in-home euthanasia and hospice care. We provide the most peaceful and loving experience for owners wishing to give their pets a fitting farewell in their most loving environment.

How many calls will I do in a day?

Unlike a traditional clinical environment, our team of amazing doctors are not required to do back to back calls in a day. We believe in providing time and space for our doctors to provide amazing support to our families. You can choose the number of calls you do and set the distance you are willing to travel. Some of our doctors choose to do 2 - 3 calls a day while others may do 2 - 3 per week.

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