Are you looking for a challenging new position in SOUTHERN NH?
Animal Medical Center of New England (AMC) is now looking for full-time and part-time day and overnight veterinary technicians. AMC is a progressive 24-hour emergency and referral practice located in Nashua, New Hampshire.
An AMC technician is someone who is motivated, dedicated and has the ability to multi task. This person should be able to triage quickly and accurately, perform venipuncture and place catheters, and monitor anesthesia comfortably. Other required skills included but not limited to: drug calculations, knowledge of routine laboratory procedures, and the ability to perform treatments on patients with minimal assistance. Good communication skills and the ability to work well with others is a must. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!
Certified veterinary technicians should have a minimum of 2 years of experience.
Non-certified technicians should have a minimum of 5 years of experience. Prior emergency or specialty practice is preferred but is not required.
- Flexible Schedule
- Life Insurance
- Paid Holidays
How to Apply
E-mail resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the Animal Medical Center, serving and helping the local community has been is an important value that we strive to uphold.
Humane Society for Greater Nashua (HSFN)
At the Animal Hospital of Nashua, we are not only veterinary professionals but also pet owners, pet lovers, and pet fanatics. We serve as an advocate for the Humane Society for Greater Nashua and continue to offer our support to help the shelter. HSFN is a private non-profit organization dedicated to serving the animals and people of the Greater Nashua community since 1900. The society operates a full-service shelter in Nashua, New Hampshire.
We accept cash donations for HSFN at our reception desk by utilizing their pet donation “piggy banks.”
Animals come to HSFN under many circumstances; allergies, moving, incompatibility with another pet, stray, owner illness; every situation you can imagine. If you are looking to add a new pet member to your family, please consider adoption to give an innocent animal a second chance at a loving home.
Donations can be made by visiting the HSFN website.
American Red Cross
The Animal Medical Center of New England is the exclusive New Hampshire partner with the American Red Cross to provide training in pet first aid. The 3.5-hour course includes classroom and hands-on training in our state-of-the-art facility with easy access off Exit 5E of the F. Everett Turnpike in Nashua.
Experienced instructors from the American Red Cross will offer training for intercession in pet emergency situations. Pet owners and veterinary technicians are welcome to attend to receive Red Cross certification. Included in the course is an instructional manual and DVD.
Please click here to see when the next course is being held.
Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire
We continue to partner with the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire (ARL) to sponsor frequent fund-raising events including the Annual Pet Step held in the fall. Our doctors and staff volunteer for the ARL providing care and some surgical services to animals rescued from difficult situations.
The ARL was founded in June 1902 in Manchester, NH by a group of concerned citizens. The ARL is located on Route 101 in Bedford. Donations can be made by visiting the ARL website.
We support the Nashua Telegraph and the Hollis Times by contributing monthly articles on pet care topics and trends.
Our doctors write monthly for the “Your Pet” column of the Nashua Telegraph. “Your Pet” is published on the second Monday of each month. If you don’t receive the subscription to your home, you can always check out our monthly column online!
Our doctors also rotate writing monthly articles for the Hollis Times, “For Pets Sake.” PDF versions of past articles will be made available on our website, please check back soon for an update.
During the Christmas season we try to give back to the community by spreading holiday cheer. During the month of December we select a local pet shelter or soup kitchen to support. The past few seasons we have also served as a drop off location for Toys-for-Tots, turnout has been very successful!
To add comfort to your pet’s stay, a selection of items from Chewie’s Pet Boutique are available for purchase in our lobby.
- Fleece blankets are great for hospital stays, carries, or taking home recovering pets.
- Healthy treats available to help with hip and joint, breath and tartar, and skin and coat.
- Toys, sweaters, and t-shirts for pets who deserve a special gift after a tough visit to the ER.
More items available on the CPB website: Chewie’s Pet Boutique
When? Next course not yet scheduled, please check back soon.
Where? Right here at the Animal Medical Center! Course will be held upstairs in the Conference Room.
The 3.5-hour course includes classroom and hands-on training in our state-of-the-art facility with easy access off Exit 5E of the F. Everett Turnpike in Nashua.
An experienced instructor from the American Red Cross will offer training for intercession in pet emergency situations. Pet owners and veterinary technicians are welcome to attend! Included in the course is a pet first aid reference guide and DVD.
Next course not yet scheduled, please check back soon.
How to Register
Pre-registration is required. Please fill out and print the Red Cross Pet First Aid Registration and mail to:
Animal Medical Center of New England
ATTN: American Red Cross Pet First Aid
168 Main Dunstable Road
Nashua, NH 03060
Please include your payment of $70* and make all checks payable to the Animal Medical Center of New England. Feel free to contact us at 603.821.7222 with your questions.
*Please note program fees are set by the American Red Cross and are given directly to the American Red Cross. These fees are used to help pets in emergency disaster and promote pet disaster safety.
Why Consult with a Veterinary Behaviorist? Pets are part of the family. Pet behavior problems are disruptive, stressful, and threaten the human-animal bond. Aggression problems can be potentially dangerous. Behavior consultation is designed to address a pet’s unique behavior problem with follow-up included to monitor response to treatment. Behavior problems need to be treated by a veterinarian who is capable of assessing undiagnosed medical conditions and prescribing behavior-modifying medicine when necessary.
- Biting, growling, nipping, fighting
- Separation anxiety
- House soiling (including litter box problems and marking)
- Reactive canine leash behavior
- Excessive barking or vocalization
- Storm or noise phobias
- Fear of nervousness
- Compulsive behavior
Learn more about behavior consults!
The mission of our Blood Donor Program is to make blood and blood products available to veterinary hospitals throughout the region. Our whole blood and blood components are obtained from volunteer donors and are processed using the highest standards. The goal of the Animal Medical Center of New England is to save pets through transfusion medicine whenever needed, in cases of trauma, disease, and surgery.
We are able to keep our in-house blood bank fully stocked 24/7 thanks to our generous pet blood donors.