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The Behavior Specialist assists in fulfilling the mission and vision of Animal Friends by overseeing the behavioral wellbeing of resident animals which typically consists of cats, dogs, and rabbits. They will work closely with a team of fellow specialists to include our the Canine Behavior Specialist, Enrichment Specialist and the  Feline Behavior Specialist in the identification of needs in our shelter animals and recommends appropriate responses such as behavior modification plans, training, enrichment, special handling needs, housing needs, etc.  Additionally, the Behavior Specialist will act as the primary staff member overseeing the Rabbit Program at Animal Friends.  As a key member of the Life Saving Operations team, the Behavior Specialist works collaboratively with Animal Friends staff and volunteers to ensure consistent positive reinforcement / reward-based training and behavior modification. The Behavior Specialist will aide in suppling competent and appropriate intervention in behavioral issues for all resident animals, on-site and in foster. Because of the nature of the organization and the position, the Behavior Specialist must be willing to work with all residents regardless of age, breed, size, and temperament, safely and competently.

This position requires: expert knowledge in behavior and cognition and applied behavior and training, flexibility, high energy, and strong public relations skills augmented by a compassionate spirit and the ability to build consensus.  As with every position within Animal Friends, the Behavior Specialist is expected to be a positive ambassador for the organization, abide by and promote its mission, policies, and vision.

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In addition to assisting with daily shelter admissions, the Admissions Counselor specializing in Owner Resources oversees Animal Friend’s Home to Home Program, Lost and Found, and communication of alternate options to the surrender of pets. As a public face of Animal Friends, this position requires a person with flexibility, excellent communication skills (internally and externally), high energy and strong public relations augmented by a compassionate spirit.

All Admissions Counselors are responsible for managing the daily flow of animals coming into Animal Friends. Flow is the process by which we admit and medically clear and behaviorally clear animals to provide the shortest and smoothest route to the adoption floor and permanent homes. This position requires strong decision-making skills, knowledge of animal sheltering, and an ability to see the big-picture view of animal welfare. Admissions Counselors must be comfortable handling cats, dogs and rabbits of varying sizes, temperaments, ages and backgrounds and be able to work in emotional situations while remaining poised and professional. As with every position within Animal Friends, the Admissions Counselor is expected to be a positive ambassador for the organization and abide by and promote its mission, policies, and vision.

The Admissions Counselor- Owner Resources Specialist is responsible for providing resources to help keep animals in their homes. This includes managing and growing the Animal Friends’ Home to Home program. This position also includes managing and growing the Lost and Found program to help reunite pets with their owners.

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Build your veterinary career with Animal Friends Inc while helping us create a more humane and compassionate world for every animal friend.   Our Shelter Medicine team provides advocacy and lifesaving care for our homeless animal residents. Whether they are with us for days, weeks, months or even years, our level of commitment to the dogs, cats and rabbits in our care is unwavering. Veterinarians are key in driving our progressive standard of care that sets the bar for no-kill shelter medicine.  In return we offer a competitive compensation package including generous PTO and a healthy work-life balance.  Please visit our website thinkingoutsidethecage.org/careers or contact Stacey End at 412-847-7055/ send@thinkingoutsidethecage.org for more information.


The Humane Society of Harrisburg Area (HSHA) is seeking a full or part-time veterinarian to join our dedicated team! We are a progressive animal shelter offering competitive compensation, flexible scheduling, and diverse continuing education opportunities to help you grow in your veterinary practice. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and employment qualifies for the Private Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. Our culture at HSHA is based on Servant Leadership principles, and we adhere to our organizational values of teamwork, respect, grace, innovation, and effective communication in all areas of operations.  See completed job description and apply at humanesocietyhbg.org.


Schedule: Part-time

Location: Lahaska and Quakertown, PA

The Bucks County SPCA is looking for a part time Animal and Customer Care Technician at the Quakertown shelter. Primary job responsibilities include animal care, customer service, general housekeeping, and basic office functions. They will ensure that animals are fed and exercised daily according to shelter procedures and veterinarian’s instructions. They will also need to provide excellent customer service and assist in adoptions and intakes. Includes holiday hours.

Please submit a resume to HR@buckscountyspca.org.
For full job description: https://buckscountyspca.org/jobs/


Schedule: Full-time

Location: Split time between Lahaska and Quakertown, PA

The Shelter Medicine program is a key component in the BCSPCA’s lifesaving efforts. The Staff Veterinarian is an integral member of the Shelter Medicine department, bringing his/her knowledge of shelter animal care, shelter animal health management and surgical expertise to the team. The Staff Veterinarian will be responsible for performing surgical procedures (primarily spay/neuter of cats, dogs and rabbits) and physical examinations on healthy and sick shelter animals. This position requires knowledge of and an interest in Shelter Medicine.

The Staff Veterinarian position is an exempt, full time, 40 hours per week position, which includes one day on the weekend. This position is split between our Lahaska and Quakertown shelters.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to HR@buckscountyspca.org.
For full job description: https://buckscountyspca.org/jobs/


Schedule: Full-time

Location: Lahaska, PA

The Clinic Technician is responsible for assisting the Veterinarian in surgery and with medical examinations. This person will function as the primary technician at our Lahaska facility, leading the tech team on surgery and on non-surgery days. The Clinic Technician is responsible for performing daily medical rounds and weekly shelter rounds with a member of the Operations team. They will assist with

the public clinic, particularly in the absence of the Clinic Manager, and serve as a back-up for appointment making, reminder phone calls, and triaging post-operative concerns. The Clinic Technician will also be assigned to perform basic animal care and husbandry, initial physical examinations for incoming animals, vaccinate and medicate shelter animals and schedule animals for examinations as needed.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to HR@buckscountyspca.org.
For full job description: https://buckscountyspca.org/jobs/