Discover Our Opinions About Recruitment

Recruitment within the veterinary industry poses a number of unique challenges. New data shows there simply aren’t enough veterinarians to fill the positions available in practice or to serve the number of clients who want care for their animals. With many practitioners seeking to retire in coming years, and shifts in the supply-and-demand ratios of talent, a serious nationwide hiring crunch has resulted.

Further, many veterinary practices have not changed their staffing procedures, making it difficult to keep up and address these shifts in demand. This gap constitutes a serious risk to public safety, not only to pets and their owners, but the population at large. This is despite the continued need in the market for, and desirability of practicing veterinary medicine.

DVM Recruiting Services is intimately acquainted with these challenges. Our experts will help you navigate this shifting talent landscape, and tailor our veterinarian sourcing based on your practice’s unique needs. Whether you’re looking to retire and potentially sell your practice, or if you’re looking to staff up to increase efficiency and address growing demand, we guarantee that we’ll find a match. Contact us to learn more about how DVM can help.


Is All Business Good Business? How To Get Rid Of “Bad Clients”

In every practice, doctors and staff must deal with a variety of clients. But what do you do when a client becomes too difficult to continue to treat their pet? Does meeting the bottom line in business mean you have to deal with all the clients you can get? Or, is there a way to…
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What Our Clients Are Saying About Us

We at DVM Consulting Recruiting Services are humbled by the feedback we have received from our clients throughout the years. It is our privilege to serve them and provide them with outstanding veterinary professionals to enhance their practices. At this time, I would like to share with you what some of our clients are saying…
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When starting a new job, it is normal to have an adjustment period before realizing if you’re in the right place doing the right kind of work. In fact, according to, one of the most common questions a job candidate is asked during an interview is “What is your ideal work environment?” By preparing…
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Are you in need of a new associate veterinarian but don’t have the time to search for and recruit one? Are you more concerned about the added cost to your practice – in terms of salary and benefits – by hiring someone? Have you considered the cost of not acting now? Opportunity Cost in Revenue.…
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Emotional vs Intellectual Decisions

When it comes to deciding whether to accept a job offer, how do you make that decision? Do you react impulsively and jump at the first offer? Do you take your time to negotiate or perhaps make a pros and cons list to figure out whether that job is even a good fit for you?…
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Why Veterinarians Should Use Social Media

The way the world communicates today might feel much less personal than when you first graduated from veterinary school. Social media is the way people connect for both their personal and professional lives. It’s something that you might want to consider as the owner of a veterinary clinic. Why is social media so important for…
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Job Offer Deadlines

When offering a job to a candidate, do you give them a deadline to get back to you with a decision? If not, perhaps you should consider doing so. It’s courteous to give your top choice candidate some time to consider your offer. Perhaps they’re already interviewing for another position, or, they have a significant…
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Getting A Candidate To Say Yes To Your Offer

When you think you’ve got the right job candidate, what do you do to ensure you’re making an offer they can’t refuse? You might be surprised to learn the best strategy in getting a candidate to say yes to an offer comes before it’s even made. With the national shortage of new veterinary graduates, clinics…
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Last week we began our two-part series on the modern phenomenon of “ghosting” – which is when someone suddenly stops all communication with you without an explanation. This week we are delving into why, as a candidate, you should never ghost a potential employer. Does this scenario sound familiar? You’ve applied for a job, were…
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Ghosting isn’t something that happens at Halloween. It’s when communication stops without warning between two parties. For example, you’ve interviewed a veterinarian over the phone or in person, perhaps even made an offer, when suddenly silence – no returned calls or emails. That’s ghosting. So why is it happening? There are four probable reasons: The…
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