Bonnyville Veterinary Clinic is located in the beautiful, multi-cultural town of Bonnyville, Alberta. Known as Alberta’s 4-season playground, there are many opportunities for adventure for the outdoor enthusiast- away from the hustle and bustle of city life. To find out more about our community and surrounding area, check out the following web links to see what Bonnyville has to offer you and your family.

Submit all resumes Attn: Tracy Coonce. If no postings are listed please send your resume for future reference Attn: Tracy Coonce at Bonnyville Veterinary Clinic, Box 4861, Bonnyville, Alberta, T9N 0H3, or send us an email.

ASSOCIATE VETERINARIAN – F/T or P/T or a Flexible Combination

(Updated: April 2019)

The Bonnyville Veterinary Clinic is a busy, excitingmixed animal practice in rural Alberta; and is a division of Animal Health Providers Ltd.  We are a progressive practice with a shared vision of leading the industry standard for rural practices.  We currently employ 3 ½ DVMs, and 7 ½ support staff and practice high-level medicine and surgery on small and large animals alike.  

To achieve this, we have a fully-equipped newly renovated 4,000 ft2 main/companion animal building along with separate, stand-alone indoor equine and bovine facilities. We offer a full complement of diagnostics including digital x-ray (including dental radiography), endoscopy, ultrasonography, orthopedic surgeries, an in-house lab, and comprehensive wellness programs 

The custom-built external bovine handling system allows cattle entry to the bovine facility, which is complete with a hydraulic tip table, a hydraulic squeeze chute, a bull testing chute and a rotating maternity chute with electric hoist.  This allows us to treat >95% of individual animal visits in clinic. For most herd-based appointments, we transport the hydraulic squeeze chute to the site, which has increased our customer satisfaction, team safety and overall efficiency exponentially.  

Equine services are primarily provided on-site, as we have a top-notch equine facility comprised of inside stabling, examination/treatment stocks and an operating theatre with padded induction/recovery stall, as well as outdoor paddocks.  Our clinic is equipped with different footings which allows us to conduct more complete lameness exams. 

The practice has a high pace of work, which means we are looking for an applicant who is passionate about the job, wants to learn a broad range of knowledge and has a strong work ethic. Our practice also offers final year rotations for UCVM in Calgary, Alberta; consequently, we are quite familiar with teaching/mentoring.  We have in place a structured, yet flexible mentorship program, which is adjusted to each individual’s learning curve.  The feedback from the program has been positive, our new DVM’s have stated that the slower transition made them feel supported and more capable.  Our team is passionate about helping ensure the transition from student to doctor is as smooth as possible.    

Our DVMs come from varied educational backgrounds, which provides diversity in education and experience.  Here is a quick introduction to our DVMs and their areas of interest: 

Dr. Greg Benoit – Graduate of SGU (Grenada) in 2005. 

Dr. Benoit and his wife Allison are the owners of Animal Health Providers Ltd., and Dr. Benoit shares his time between BVC and our sister clinic, Centre Animal Hospital, in Cold Lake, Alberta. 

Special Areas of Interest:  Small animal orthopedic sx, everything to do with equine medicine, and the variety a mixed animal practice brings. 

Dr. Tammy Anderson – Graduate of AVC in 2008. 

Special Areas of Interest:  Soft tissue sx in small animal, complicated small animal medicine cases, dermatology, ophthalmology, equine medicine cases and nutrition. 

Dr. Melanie Koetke – Graduate of WCVM in 2017 

Special Areas of Interest: Bovine reproduction (AI, embryo transfer and bull soundness), bovine lameness, small ruminant medicine, ophthalmology, soft tissue sx and small animal behavior.  

Dr. Sarah Hanson  Graduate of WCVM in 2013 

Special Areas of Interest:  Small animal medicine, small and large animal sx, ultrasonography and ophthalmology. 

This position we are looking to staff involves a flexible combination of companion animal, bovine and equine medicine.  Our clientele is significant & diverse and can support many areas of special interest.  We offer 24-hr emergency services and share the on-call responsibilities with our sister clinic; which translates to an average of 5-7 days of on-call per month for our Full-time DVM’s.  The available position holds the potential to be F/T, P/T or a flexible combination of the two.  We are located in Bonnyville, Alberta; a small, friendly town in north-eastern Alberta.     

 Our compensation package is valued at over $100,000.  This package includes a starting salary for new grads of $85,000 plus compensated, shared on-call   Other perks such as license dues, paid holiday time, CE, phone and clothing allowance and health care plans are also part of the compensation package.  A relocation allowance will also be offered to the successful applicant to help offset the costs associated with moving; and is in addition to the package value. 

 If you would like to apply, please email your CV along with cover letter to our Practice Manager, Tracy Coonce: [email protected] .  Thank you for your interest in the Bonnyville Vet Clinic team! 


Full-Time RVT’s required in our expanding support staff team!!  

Bonnyville Veterinary Clinic is a busy Doctor, mixedanimal practice located in the community of Bonnyville, AB. 

Our ideal candidate will be highly motivated and energetic, possess excellent communication skills, and be willing to work shared on-call.  Reliability, communication, providing client satisfaction and team commitment are of utmost importance to our work family.  Our progressive practice provides many diverse learning opportunities as well as offering variety in your role, you’ll never be bored!  The practice has a high pace of work, which means we are looking for an applicant who is passionate about the job, wants to learn a broad range of skills and has a strong work ethic. 

Your tasks will include: Assisting Doctors during exam room procedures, anesthetic induction & monitoring during surgeries, treatment of patients and discharging surgery cases, conducting blood draws and in-house laboratory analyses, routine dental prophylaxis including full mouth digital radiographs, as well as gaining experience in emergency situations and after hour emergency care with both large and small animal patients. 

 In addition to a competitive wage plus paid overtime we also offer relocation benefits; and following a probationary period of 3 months you become eligible for paid AbVMA dues, a CE allowance, group medical coverage, a clothing allowance and extensive employee discounts.    

 This position is ideal for an experienced RVT, however new grads who are the right fit for our team will be considered.    

 Submit resumes referencing job posting BVCRVT2019-1 to:  [email protected]    Attn. Tracy Coonce. 

VETERINARY ASSISTANT  (Updated April 2019)

Veterinary Assistant Required!  Come and join our team in a fast-paced, progressive and newly renovated mixed animal practice. 

Our ideal VA is looking for a fun and challenging career working as an important team member within our busy clinic.  Experience working with cattle is preferred. Reliability and work ethic is of utmost importance, as well as strong organization, communication, teamwork and computer skills.  A structured Veterinary Medical Assistant course is not a requirement to apply.  This position is full time hours, with shared on-call responsibilities.

Your tasks will include (but not be limited to):  Cleaning and maintaining kennel areas; assisting with small animal and large animal procedures and appointments; cleaning instruments and replenishing surgical packs including proper autoclave use and gas sterilization; unpacking and verifying orders on arrival and preparation of outgoing orders; opening and closing the clinic as scheduled; as well as gaining experience in emergency situations and after hour emergency care.  Maintaining, stocking, preparing, and cleaning all areas of the bovine barn including the chutes and trucks for farm calls; billing; assisting doctors with all aspects of bovine medicine as required; all exterior maintenance and grounds work, such as cutting grass, trimming weeds, general parking lot maintenance, etc.  This list is not the complete work description; however it provides a basic idea of some of the tasks required.  A full work description will be available at an interview, if you are selected for this step.

We offer a competitive starting salary plus paid overtime, and following a probationary period of 3 months you become eligible for group medical coverage, a yearly clothing allowance and employee discounts.  

Submit resume to:  [email protected]  Attn. Tracy Coonce  with the subject line: BVCVA2019-1.  Only successful applicants moving on to the interview process will be contacted


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