Posted March 16, 2020

Warman Veterinary Services is looking for a Food Animal Veterinarian at our Saskatoon location. We are a dairy and swine practise focusing on consulting herd-based medicine.  We have something to offer that is different!  Our practise is a youthful group of veterinarians looking to provide modern service to these changing industries.   Salary and benefits are very competitive with industry standards and based on experience. New grads are encouraged to apply- we value mentorship and education.

Our practise is comprised of 2 locations; one in Saskatoon and one in Emerald Park with 6  full time veterinarians.

Please supply a cover letter and resume to Dr. Josh Lindenbach at Warman Veterinary Services.

Website:; Dr. Josh Lindenbach’s cell phone: 306-230-5714; Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Posted February 10, 2020

Are you looking for something different or to expand your scope of practice?

Graduate training opportunities (MSc and PhD) with a specialization in disease management in commercial beef herds and epidemiology are available with competitive stipends in the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, SK.

One project will focus on applying diagnostic tools and strategies to inform the prudent use of antimicrobials in bovine respiratory disease (BRD) in the feedlot.

The second project will examine infectious disease control and antimicrobial use and stewardship in cow-calf herds in Western Canada. 

These projects are fully funded by Genome Canada, the Beef Cattle Research  Council and NSERC and are supported by an existing team of laboratory diagnosticians, technicians, and graduate students.

We have a well-established graduate student training program within a strong and collaborative beef research team. There is also the potential for options for students wishing to work remotely. 

Please contact Dr. Cheryl Waldner ( for more information at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Posted November 2019

Veterinarian Wanted!  

Twin Valley VHS is looking to hire a 3rd full time DVM in our growing mixed animal rural practice, who is determined to fulfill a career in a diverse caseload with all species.  Opportunities exist to develop other specialties or individual interests, and duties of the associate can be adjusted according to their expertise.  Our team is searching for a leader in animal care who values high quality medicine, is community minded, has strong client bonds and likes to work in a fun and supportive team environment, while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

We pride ourselves in mentorship and in taking a team approach to difficult cases.  Our support team includes RVTs, Vet Assistants, Customer Care Reps and kennel staff.  New graduates or seasoned applicants are welcome. The future of buying in with business mentorship is a possibility for the right candidate who is also passionate about our practice philosophy.

Our facility has much of the modern equipment, is paperless, and strives to maintain a high level of customer service while practicing quality medicine in a friendly small-town atmosphere.  Esterhazy is a community of 3500 with access to surrounding lakes in the valley, cross country ski trails, cross fit, a fitness center and coffee shop next door, snowshoeing and hiking.

If you are interested in hearing more about our values and philosophies along with our signing incentives, competitive wages, benefits, fair call rotations and continuing education allowance, please contact Dr. Justin Noble at 306.745.6642, 306.740.8061 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Be sure to check us out on Facebook!


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