Veterinary CV Template

A Veterinary CV should essentially contain detailed information regarding the kind of animals treated, especially if experience is restricted to certain animals. Surgical experience, if any, should be highlighted along with ability to handle various techniques. This CV template can be used by people applying for both senior as well as junior posts of veterinary doctors.

Sample Veterinary Resume Template

Simon Jordan,

234 Bakersville Rd,



Mobile Number: 44 2343 5767

Telephone Number: 012345 86958

Career Objective

Seeking a job as a senior veterinarian in a place with mixed animals where I can display my expertise in directing spay and neuter clinics and also demonstrate and augment my surgical skills. I have always been known to promote humane treatment of animals and also strive to ensure public safety in animal management. Excellent communicator and can help in public relations.

Educational Background

Masters of Veterinary Medicine, 2003

Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine, 2000

Work Experience

2006-Present: Veterinarian


  • Recruited, trained and monitored spay and neuter clinic staff
  • Overall responsibility of the functioning of the clinic
  • Carried out spay and neuter surgical operations
  • Ensured good hygiene and sanitary conditions were maintained at all times

2003-2005: Assistant Veterinarian, Animal Care Clinic


  • Recruited, trained and supervised staff of over 50 working in the impoundment unit
  • Designed new policies and processes for care to be taken and security and diagnosis of sick animals
  • Performed spay and neuter surgeries
  • Routine health check up of all animals in the clinic
  • Developed and popularized safety measures that were required to be taken by pet owners.
  • Promoted the cause of pet identification and its importance
  • Ensured complete cleanliness was maintained in the clinic
  • Promoted need for cleanliness and well maintenance of pets to its owners

2000-2002: Veterinarian Intern, Caveman Clinic


  • Maintained clean cages, disinfected them, cleaned animals
  • Ensured food given to animals followed proper dietary requirements
  • Prepared food for animals
  • Gave medical treatments as and when required
  • Supervised and monitored the health of animals
  • Maintained records of vital signs and any deviation from normal
  • Reported to hospital staff on all issues


  • Excellent communicator
  • Good analytical and diagnostic skills
  • Excellent knowledge of all procedures and medications


  • Developed new policies for treatment and security
  • Handled overall responsibility of a clinic