Join the Harmony Pet Clinic Family.

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 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 or drop by to hand it in.

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


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Good oral health is a critical part of good general health for your pet. Let us help you keep your pet as healthy as possible.

Signs of oral and dental diseases in dogs and cats:

  • Bad breath (halitosis)
  • Tartar buildup on teeth
  • Loose or discolored teeth
  • Your pet shies away from you when you touch the mouth area
  • Facial swelling
  • Drooling or dropping food
  • Bleeding from the mouth
  • Loss of appetite and/or weight loss

Please note that most pets will continue to eat in spite of painful oral conditions so please do not wait until your pet has stopped eating. If you think your pet needs dental care, please make an appointment at your earliest convenience.

General Cleaning

All pets undergo a preanesthetic physical examination and blood testing. If any significant abnormalities are detected the doctor will contact you to discuss further diagnostics if they are indicated.

A preanesthetic injection will be given to reduce anxiety and relieve pain. An intravenous catheter will be placed and IV fluids started. All pets receiving dental care are placed under general anesthesia for the best possible treatment.

The teeth are cleaned, probed and polished. If unhealthy teeth are encountered the owner is contacted to discuss the treatment plan. Healthy teeth and given a fluoride treatment followed by OraVet barrier sealant.

Oral Surgery

For pet’s with oral pathology we offer as indicated:

  • Extractions
  • Surgical biopsies
  • Tumor removal
  • Radiographs
  • Cultures

Plaque and Tartar Control Prevention is critical and we strongly encourage pet owners to brush their pet’s teeth at home.