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Looking for a GREAT place to work?

The staff at Animal Care Centers is a family.  For someone looking for employment in the veterinary field, we believe we offer an exceptional place to call your work home.  We take seriously our belief in taking care of pets AND their people, but that also includes the people most close to us.....those who spend all day with us.  Our entire team is committed to the following Core Values: 

* Respect

* Integrity

* Service 

* Excellence and Education 

We not only believe that we expect all of us to treat our clients with those characteristics, but we must treat each other with those same guidelines.  There are three basic staff positions at Animal Care Centers.  For individuals with no prior experience in veterinary healthcare the entry level position is Pet Caretaker. For candidates with one or more years of experience in veterinary healthcare we have two possible positions as either a Client Relations Specialist or Veterinary Nurse.  Some prior customer service experience can also serve as background for the Client Relations Specialist position.

We are very particular with our hiring, but we are always looking for highly motivated people who have a willingness to learn and a desire to treat animals with the highest level of care.If you are one of those people or know anyone who is, then feel free to come in and meet our staff and fill out an application. In the meantime, you can get to know our current staff by going over to the section 'Meet Our Fabulous Support Team'.

If you are still interested, please download, fill out, then send the completed application for employment along with any additional resume you may have to the hospital either in person, or by mail, fax or email as listed below.

Employment Application

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By mail:

Linda Kimmel, Office Manager

1901 S Morgan St.

Granbury TX 76048

By Fax:


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"The problem with cats is that they get the exact same look on their face whether they see a moth or an axe-murderer."  ~Paula Poundstone

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