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Do you believe every pet deserves comfort and dignity during their end-of-life care and a peaceful ending to their life story? You can make a difference working with the Heaven at Home Pet Hospice team. One of the most gratifying aspects of our work is being able to take the time to help our pet families share their goodbyes in the comfort and privacy of their homes. The love and gratitude we receive through our respectful assistance inspires us daily. Our team enjoys working together in a supportive culture, and feels rewarded knowing that our work makes a difference and reduces needless suffering. We are always looking for compassionate veterinarians to grow our team and offer flexibility for work-life balance. We also periodically have openings on our care team for individuals who are sensitive to the needs of our clients and are aligned with our mission to support companion animals and the families who love them during this difficult time. Please review open positions below, then scroll down to send us your résumé. We’d love to help you explore a rewarding career in pet hospice.

Currently Open Positions


Looking for something outside the box or a change to your everyday work routine? Are you passionate about end-of-life care? Consider a position with Heaven at Home Pet Hospice!

Feel appreciated like you never have before, providing an experience for families that won’t be forgotten. Whether it’s helping a family make decisions for their aging kitty over a video call, providing palliative care for a pup with cancer, or going to a home to help a family say goodbye to their elderly pet, we take the time to answer questions, share stories, and bring peace and comfort to both the pet and the family.

We welcome new grads and seasoned veterinarians, offering mentoring and training to those who have limited hospice experience. Heaven at Home does have COVID policies in place to protect our veterinarians, staff, and the clients we visit, as well as flexible scheduling and benefits.

Aftercare Assistant

Heaven at Home Aftercare Center is seeking a compassionate, detail-oriented, and motivated full-time Aftercare Assistant. Heaven At Home Aftercare Center provides respectful, compassionate, and thoughtful end-of-life services for companion animals and we strive to provide this end-of-life care at the highest of standards.

Our ideal candidate understands the human-animal bond and is respectful of it. Knowledge of basic end-of-life veterinary care, or a willingness to learn, is expected. An essential aspect of this position will be to effectively communicate with clients, veterinarians, and other co-workers. Empathy, compassion, and patience will be crucial when speaking with grieving clients.

Duties will include providing assistance with our Aquamation processes, end of life services, as well as assisting our veterinarians with transporting patients to our facility. Some lifting, squatting, kneeling, bending, and standing will be required and the candidate should be able to lift and maneuver pets up to 50 pounds without assistance, and pets over 50 pounds with assistance. We are seeking a candidate who has the ability to work as a team and also independently.

Requirements include having a valid driver’s license, car insurance, an excellent driving record, and reliable transportation. Also required is the ability to pass a physical to allow respirator and personal protective equipment use, as well as passing a background check. This position may include some weekends, mornings, and evening shifts, but on a predictable schedule, averaging 30-40 hours per week.

We will begin scheduling interviews after March 6, 2022.

Care Coordinator

Heaven at Home is looking for a part-time or full-time Care Coordinator to add to our fun-loving, fabulous team. Hours will include every other Saturday, as well as 2 to 4 days during the week.

Our Care-Coordinators must be compassionate, extremely empathetic, and very detail-oriented, with good computer skills and the ability to multi-task. Responsibilities will include answering phone calls from potential clients or current hospice clients, scheduling appointments, processing payments, keeping up with laundry, and occasionally attending pet-oriented events (i.e, Pints for Pits or the Pet Expo) to help spread the word about our services.

Previous veterinary or social work/counseling experience is preferred but not required.

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