We’re looking to hire a pet pharmacy technician, a pet veterinarian, or a pet pharmacist.
In this article, we’ll be focusing on pet pharmacy, but we’ll also cover veterinary medicine, health care, or food service jobs.
The top pet pharmacy jobs include pet food preparation, pet care, pet dental, pet nursing, pet chiropractic, and pet pharmaceuticals.
We’re also looking for pet dentists, pet ophthalmologists, and veterinary cardiologists.
Top pet pharmacy salaries: pet pharmacy position(s) Pet pharmacy positions typically pay between $10,000 and $15,000 per year.
A pet pharmacy assistant is often responsible for filling prescriptions for the most common veterinary medicines.
Pet pharmacist positions typically provide basic care to pets.
Health care and veterinary services jobs can include a veterinarian, veterinary nurse, veterinarian technician, veterinarian assistant, veterinarian and pet dietitian.
You might be asked to provide basic veterinary services in a home environment, such as feeding, grooming, and diagnosing your pet.
Pets often have allergies and some pets may have difficulty eating.
Veterinary medicine positions can include veterinarians, veterinarians assistants, or veterinary medicine technologists.
You’ll need to have a master’s degree or be licensed in a specialty in veterinary medicine.
Some veterinary medicine positions require a minimum of five years of experience.
CVS pharmacy jobs typically pay $12,000 to $16,000 a year.
You can be a pet physician, a veterinarian assistant or veterinarian.
CVS pharmacy positions often require an advanced degree in veterinary or medical science.
This is the second article in a series of three about pet pharmacy careers.