Veterinary Technician Opportunities

at Emergency Hospitals

As part of the medical team, our veterinary technicians play a key role in our hospitals.
We believe in utilizing all of your skills, including helping with physical assessments and diagnoses, collecting samples and performing laboratory tests, preparing animals and operating rooms for surgery, monitoring anesthesia during surgeries, administering vaccines and medications, providing post-operative care, and maintaining a high standard of cleanliness and maintenance.

Below are veterinary technician career opportunities at emergency hospitals across Canada.
See the benefits of working with us.

Signing bonuses are offered for certain opportunities.


Calgary – Registered Vet Tech
Fish Creek 24 Hour Pet Hospital

Calgary – Registered Vet Tech (Overnight)
Fish Creek 24 Hour Pet Hospital
Signing Bonus!

British Columbia

Nanaimo – Registered Vet Tech
Central Island Veterinary Emergency Hospital
Signing Bonus!


Winnipeg – Registered Vet Tech
Bridgwater Veterinary Hospital & Wellness Center

New Brunswick

Riverview – Registered Vet Tech
Riverview Animal Hospital
Signing Bonus!


No opportunities currently available.

Nova Scotia

Halifax – Registered Vet Tech
4 Paws Veterinary Hospital


Brampton – Registered Vet Tech
North Town Veterinary Hospital

Mississauga – Lead ER Registered Vet Tech
Clarkson Village Animal Hospital


For veterinarian career opportunities in Québec, please visit our sister company, Groupe vétérinaire Daubigny.

Pour des opportunités de carrière en médecine vétérinaire au Québec, veuillez visiter notre compagnie sœur, Groupe vétérinaire Daubigny.


No opportunities currently available.

We want to hear from you!

To join our team, please submit your resume to indicating which position you are interested in.

Feel free to visit one of our hospitals and meet the team. It might be the start of something wonderful.

Benefits of working with us

What our RVTs are saying

Whether a patient visits us for an emergency or simply a vaccine appointment, a veterinary technician is involved every step of the way. Some of my daily duties include: talking with our clients to gather preliminary history of their furry family member, discussing nutrition, taking vitals, drawing blood, processing tests, conducting X-rays and CT scans, preparing for surgery, filling prescriptions, making client follow-up calls, discharging patients, and ensuring that clients understand the doctor’s instructions. We are the superheroes of multi-tasking!

Monique Leblanc, RVT
Riverview Animal Hospital (NB)

Read more of Monique’s story

My typical day is divided between surgery and appointments. In the morning, I am admitting surgical patients, inducing and maintaining general anesthesia and pain management, keeping meticulous records, and helping with recovery. In the afternoon, I am aiding the veterinarian in examinations, follow-up appointments, diagnostics and treatment plans.

Not only do I love providing care for the patients, but their owners as well. Often times, complex orthopedic surgeries can be daunting and I take great pride in educating our clients about procedures and guiding them through the necessary rehabilitation.

Jillian Porter, RVT
PetFocus Veterinary Hospital – Bedford South (NS)

Read more of Jillian’s story