Kennel Tech needed for Harris County!ONSITE POSITION, WITH COVID - 19 MEASURES IN PLACE !

SCHEDULE: Monday – Sunday ( Day Shift )
PAY RATE:$13.00 P/H
LOCATION: North Houston, 77076

​Must have a High school diploma or GED.

Under the supervision of the Kennel Supervisor, the Animal Technician is responsible for cleaning and sanitizing animal holding areas as required. Counsel citizens interested in pet adoptions or searching for lost pets. Assist in photographing animals. Data entry of animal and citizen information. Participates in various educational programs. This position will witness and assist with humane euthanasia of animals, however, contract employees do not perform euthanasia.
1. Responsible for the daily feeding and watering of all animals in the shelter. All animals in the shelter are fed and given water twice a day and as needed.
2. Humanely transports animals from the unloading area and reception area to assigned pens. Assist animal control officers with unloading their trucks as well as in-taking animals from the front

if you are interested please send your updated resume to Zeenat Fatima @ .

 LVN's near the Medical Center needed for Harris Health! ONSITE POSITION, WITH COVID - 19 MEASURES IN PLACE !

" Position Title:Utilization Management LVN
" Pay rate to employee: $23/hr - depending on LVN experience
" Work Schedule: 40 hours a week - Day Shift
" Job duties:Work Colonoscopy workflow, assign to appropriate work area, LVN Duties
" Contract term - 3 months TO POSSIBLE HIRE

Please send your updated resume as soon as possible. We will need forward resumes to the client for possible phone interviews .

I look forward to hearing from you and working with you as well.

Please only respond if you can start as soon as possible.

Criminal History is not allowed per our client.

Please send all resumes to . We look forward to hearing from you! 

Vet Tech needed for Harris County! ONSITE POSITION, WITH COVID - 19 MEASURES IN PLACE !

​Payrate: $ 17.00 an hour
Hours : 40 hours plus a week 
Location : North Houston 

Job Duties:

Under the supervision of the Chief, Veterinary Operations (CVO), the Veterinary Technician participates in clinical and animal care activities that support the HCPHES VPH pet adoption program. Implements strategies to increase the “Leave Alive” rate as assigned. Also serves as a support to other sections as needed.
• Assists veterinarian with surgery, including sterilization of instruments and surgical area, animal prep and monitoring of vital signs; monitors post-operative recovery and reports changes in condition.
• Responsible for the cleaning, feeding, and care of the animals in the surgery, surgery holding and isolation areas. Ensures that the areas are kept clean, sanitized, and uncluttered at all times.
• Responsible for cleaning and maintaining surgical equipment and sterilizing instruments.
• Using protocols, responsible for the safe induction of anaesthesia, monitors animals while under anaesthesia and during recovery.
• Routinely evaluates health and temperament of sheltered animals and advises the veterinarian and/or the kennel supervisor as appropriate.
• Administers prescribed medications as directed and administers vaccinations per VPH protocols and directions from VPH veterinarians.
• Perform physical exams on animals including a variety of animal health procedures encompassing diagnostic laboratory tests, administration of medications, and assisting with or performing medical treatments.
• Responsible for routinely performing an inventory of veterinary drugs & vaccines and reporting results to the CVO.
· Consults with transfer & rescue organizations and foster homes as needed concerning animal health and temperament issues and facilitates a quick transfer of animals to these organizations.
• Promotes responsible pet ownership and answer questions concerning animal health, behaviour, and care.
• Administers vaccinations and implants microchips in owned animals.

· At least 6 months of experience in an animal shelter, veterinary practice or animal care environment is required OR completion of veterinary assistance or technical program
· Knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
· High school diploma or GED
· Must have a clean background!

Please send an email to if you are interested.

Health Care 

 Animal Services Veterinarian needed for Harris County! ONSITE POSITION, WITH COVID - 19 MEASURES IN PLACE !

Payrate:$ 50.00 an hour

Hours : 40 hours plus a week 

Location : North Houston 

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Director of Veterinary Operations, performs spays or neuters on dogs and cats prior to being adopted; examines, diagnoses, and treats injured and sick sheltered animals; provides for the humane care and disposition of sheltered and quarantined animals; performs routine exams at wellness clinic; administers vaccinations, microchips and other services for healthy pets.

Job Duties:

  • Provides quality preventative medicine to the community.
  • Educates clients about the value of preventative care such as heartworm and flea prevention.
  • Vaccinates pets against rabies and other disease, implants microchips and performs other veterinary medical procedures
  • Provides excellent customer service and care to clients.
  • Works and communicates with other veterinarians and technicians to provide the best medical care.

  • Neuters or spays dogs and cats prior to being adopted.
  • Examines, diagnoses, and treats injured and sick sheltered animals.
  • Vaccinates citizens’ pets against rabies, implants microchips and performs other veterinary medical procedures.
  • Assists in the prevention and control of disease in sheltered animals.
  • Responsible for daily evaluation of quarantined animals.

  • Assists in the selection, examination & care of animals placed into the adoption program
  • Examines animals daily for signs of disease.
  • Provides general supervision to technicians performing vaccinations and treatment of animals. Provides clinical supervision to technicians assisting with surgery. Assists in the enforcement of applicable Texas laws & Harris County regulations and policies.

Education Requirements:

D.V.M./V.M.D. from an accredited School of Veterinary Medicine.

Licenses/Certifications Required:

Valid license to practice veterinary medicine issued by the Texas State Veterinary Medical Examining Board.

Experience Requirements:

Requires at least 6 months surgical experience in spaying and neutering of dogs and cats.
Working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets & databases is required.

Special Skills:

  • Thorough knowledge of the principles & practices of immunization as related to infectious diseases of animals and zoonotic diseases, effective personnel management & a pragmatic approach to resolution of problems is necessary.
  • Must have knowledge in the practice of shelter veterinary medicine.
  • Must have the surgical skills necessary to spay/neuter all ages (including pediatric) & sizes of dogs & cats.

Please send an email to if you are interested.