Careers

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PET CARE GIVER
Animal care facility seeking energetic Part Time Pet Care Giver to be cross trained between our Central Bark Doggy Day Care service and pet boarding services. This is a permanent part time, physical job that would entail:

  • Caring for and supervising play groups of dogs including, playing with dogs, working on manners, brushing, petting, holding, crating, leashing, feeding, medicating, cleaning up after dogs, etc.
  • Caring for pets in our boarding areas: feeding, medicating, cleaning, petting, playing.
  • Lifting, twisting and bending. Able to lift or move a minimum of 50 pounds. Standing or bending for long periods of time.
  • Cleaning duties such as cleaning up dog waste and cat waste, sweeping, mopping, dusting, disinfecting, shoveling, cleaning crates, cleaning out garbage cans and bathing dogs.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Personal or Industry Pet Care experience
  • Able to work weekdays, weekends AND holidays
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Efficient, detailed and highly motivated
  • Ability to define problems, analyze emergencies and think on your feet

All resumes MUST be accompanied by a completed Harmony Pet Clinic employment application. The application can be found online at www.harmonypet.com or at our facility. We ask that you drop off your application and resume in person at 1208 Dolphin Ct, Waukesha, 53186; Monday – Friday 7am – 6pm.  Details of position will be discussed at time of interview; including hours, salary, benefits, bringing your dog to work, expectations, etc.

 

Keep checking back, we’ll post them here first! We are always accepting applications so feel free to fill out the form below and email it to hpc@harmonypet.com or drop by to hand it in.

We look forward to meeting a new member of our team!

WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT RESUMES WITHOUT A COMPLETED & SIGNED APPLICATION.

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Laboratory

Laboratory

Various tests reflect the function of your pet’s internal organs in a noninvasive manner. We offer a variety of tests including but not limited to…

Complete Blood Count (CBC)

An evaluation of the numbers and types of cells in your pet’s blood. Evaluation of the red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets allows us to assess your pet’s general wellness (such as hydration status) and detect a wide variety of disorders.

Chemistry Panel

Reflects the function of a variety of organs within your pet’s body. Critical issues such as liver disease, kidney disease, diabetes, electrolyte disturbances, hormone (endocrine) disease and even cancer can be revealed as abnormalities on the chemistry panel.

Heartworm Testing

Tests for the presence of adult heart worms in the circulatory system of both dogs and cats. This test can also be combined with tests for Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis and Anaplasmosis which are tick-borne diseases common in dogs in our area.

Thyroid Testing

Screening or comprehensive testing to asses thyroid function in any species.

Titer Testing

For pets who cannot be vaccinated or owners who wish to reduce vaccine frequency we offer titer testing to assess your pet’s immune system.

Specialized Panels

May be ordered if your veterinarian feels that further diagnostics are needed to explore an area of abnormal physical symptoms or dive deeper in to the cause of changes in the CBC or chemistry panel.

Urine Testing 

Urinalysis and urine bacterial cultures are routinely performed to assess the function of the urinary tract from the kidneys to the bladder.

Fecal Testing

Fecal evaluations are useful for assessing digestive tract function, bacterial colonization of the gut and the presence of parasites. Any pet with weight loss, diarrhea or blood/ mucous in the stool should have a fecal examination performed in addition to routine annual screening.

Top Three Reasons to Test Your Pet 

  1. Enjoy the peace of mind: Testing can significantly reduce medical risk.
  2. Detect hidden illnesses: Healthy-looking pets may be show laboratory signs of a disorder before clinical symptoms are detected.
  3. Protect your pet’s future health: These tests become part of your pet’s medical record, providing a baseline for future reference.

Early detection…Early intervention…Peace of mind!