Join us and practice small animal medicine in this beautiful and historic community. During the 19th Century, Maine's vast forests, offering supplies of lumber and naval shipbuilding industries, brought unprecedented wealth to the region. By the 1850s, Bangor, thirty miles from the Atlantic, was considered the lumber capital of the world, was one of the busiest ports on the East Coast and was heavily engaged in shipbuilding and commerce. Evidence of this is still visible in the lumbers baron's elaborate Greek Revival and Victorian mansions.
Bangor is the third most populous city in Maine, as it has been for more than a century, the estimated population of the Bangor Metropolitan Area (which includes Penobscot County) is 153,746. There is much entertainment in art, theater, museums, rivers, kayaking, fishing, hiking.
Our modern facility is designed to provide cutting-edge technology and maximum comfort to our clients. Today, we have four veterinarians and more than twenty staff members to carry on our legacy of excellent care and can mentor exotic, and chiropractic medicine. Ownership is possible within two years.
Because we love our community, we work closely with the Humane Society to aid the homeless animals of our town. It is a small part of our mission to help make the world a little better for the animals we love.
A deep commitment to core values – most recently manifested in the creation of an Assistance Fund, funded by employees to support employees and their families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from an Accredited University. State Veterinary Board License in good standing prior to starting date.