Hartschuh Veterinary Services is a thriving veterinary practice based in New Washington, Ohio. We offer farm animal and companion animal services to our clients and focus on providing a quality service experience for our clients.
Our companion animal services include routine wellness exams, sick patient exams and care, surgery, and grooming. Our newly remodeled hospital offers two small animal exam rooms, a surgery suite, and ample kennel space for our hospitalized patients. We have in-house Zoetis (Abaxis) blood analyzers and digital (DR) x-ray acquisition.
Farm animal work includes bovine, ovine, caprine, porcine, camelid, and equine. We offer routine herd health care for our dairies, which range from 50-690 cows. We also serve many farmer-feeders. Our cattle feeding clients range from individual animals to 1,000 head capacity. Cow-calf herds include Hereford and Angus seedstock operations, club calf producers, and commercial cow-calf herds. Supporting the youth in our community is an important part of our mission; we work extensively with 4-H and FFA youth as they develop their animals for our county fairs. We also place bovine embryos and ultrasound mares to help time breeding. Occasional poultry and white-tailed deer work is also available.
New Washington is a charming and friendly town of 1,000 people in northcentral Ohio. It is a rural, farming community with a high-quality school system. Our beautiful location offers easy access to Ohio’s North Coast with Sandusky a 50 minute drive away for entertainment at Cedar Point or Ohio’s Lake Erie Shores & Islands. Mansfield and its diverse selection of restaurants are about a half hour away. Other close attractions include Snow Trails in Mansfield, a skiing, snowboarding, and snowtubing resort, and Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington.
We have been blessed with excellent growth since opening in January of 2020 and are ready to add a second veterinarian to our team. An applicant interested in mixed animal medicine is ideal; however, applicants with small animal only interest may be considered. Both experienced candidates and new graduates are welcome to apply. We look forward to helping you develop your interests!
Duties will include small and large animal medicine and surgery. Emergency work will be equally shared among both doctors. Scheduling is designed to provide opportunities for personal recuperation with time off scheduled during the week.
We are in a Veterinary Services Shortage Situation area (Shortage ID Code: OH211) and if this area remains open, our new associate would be eligible to apply for the Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program (VMLRP).
Benefits include competitive salary based on experience, Simple IRA matching, paid AVMA dues, liability insurance, Ohio licensure fees, continuing education, discounted pet care, and paid vacation.
Interested candidates should submit a Current Resume via email to: email@example.com or by mail to Hartschuh Veterinary Services, PO Box 216, New Washington, OH 44854. An employment application will also be required for candidates under consideration.
DVM or equivalent
Ohio Licensure or ability to be licensed in Ohio
Positive attitude and desire to work with a great team!
Dedication to providing high quality care to our patients
About Hartschuh Veterinary Services
Hartschuh Veterinary Services is a mixed-animal practice serving New Washington and surrounding communities. We are proud to offer compassionate, quality companion animal veterinary services. Our farm animal practice is designed to serve our farmers, who are located predominately in Crawford, Seneca, Huron, Richland, and surrounding counties.
• Providing high-quality, compassionate companion animal care to enhance our patients’ lives, strengthen the human-animal bond, and support our community.
• Providing cutting-edge, science-based farm animal medicine and services to enhance livestock productivity, protect animal health, and safeguard producer profitability.
We strive each day to live out these mission statements and are passionate about both parts of our practice.