The Boght and Oakwood Veterinary Clinics are hiring! We are looking for highly motivated individuals to join our team! We have part time positions opening up in the next few weeks and are looking to fill them with people who have a strong work ethic and a love for animals. We have part time positions opening up for both reception and veterinary assistant!
Receptionists are the face of our clinic and the front line in helping our clients and patients. Whether it’s answering the phones, scheduling appointments or checking patients in, our receptionists need to be upbeat and professional. They are responsible for greeting clients in a professional manner and dealing with inquiries on the phone and face to face. They supply information about the practice to the general public and our new and existing clients. They could be asked to transport a patient to treatment for fluids or suture removal, or they could be filling medications called in to our in-house pharmacy. With the fast-paced nature of our practice, multitasking is a great skill to have and being calm under pressure is a definite must.
The veterinary assistant is the doctor’s “right hand man”when it comes to appointments and surgery. Whether it’s holding a patient during an exam, assisting the veterinarian during surgery or providing nursing care to a hospitalized patient, our assistants put the care of the patients first. They also assist our Licensed Veterinary Technicians with holding for blood draws, clip nails or other tasks that the technicians perform. Our assistants take medical histories at the beginning of appointments and relay the information to the doctors. They are an integral part of the care for our patients!
If either of these positions seems like something you would be interested in, stop in to either clinic today to ask for an application!
Once again we are inviting our clients and their dogs to join us for “Bark in the Park” this Monday July 6th at the Joe Bruno Stadium when the Tri-City Valley Cats take on the Lowell Spinners! All dogs are welcome as long as they has a human at the end of their leash! We will have staff on hand to answer your questions. You can have your pooches picture taken and get a doggie bag of goodies to take home. It will be great to see everyone in this fun setting with no stethoscopes, nail clippers or vaccine needles in sight!
Free tickets are still available at our Boght Clinic, just go in ask for them and we can give 2 per person.
Gates open at 6pm! We hope to see everyone there for a fun filled night of baseball with man’s best friend.
Are you short on time? Do you think your dog would be more comfortable being treated in his own home? Does your cat disappear under the bed when you get the carrier out to bring her to the office? If you answered yes to any of these questions then we have news for you!
The Boght & Oakwood Veterinary Clinics are excited to be offering mobile veterinary services to our clients and their pets. We’re starting out small, but hope to continue to grow this new offering to our list of services.
Dr Nicole Cox will be scheduling house calls for routine exams and vaccinations on Tuesday afternoons and evenings. She is also able to come to your home to preform humane euthanasia. Since this is such a difficult decision to make, she will do her best to accommodate your schedule for this service.
If you haven’t met Dr Cox, find out more about her on the staff page of our website.
Less stress for you and less stress for you pets is a win for everyone. Please call our either office if you would like more information about scheduling a house call with Dr Cox.
The Boght Veterinary Clinic will host their third annual Fall Festival on Saturday October 18th. Our clinic coordinators, working together with the management team have lots of plans for the event.
Between the hours of 10am and 3 pm there will be games and give-a-ways, pumpkin painting and fall goodies to eat. The staff is especially excited about the Jack-O-Lantern bouncy bounce.
We will be offering craft items, snacks and baked goods for sale. All sale items will be made or donated by our employees and all proceeds will go to help our team raise money for the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” campaign.
There will pets up for adoption, pony cart rides and demonstrations by our physical rehabilitation staff. Bring you dog or cat in costume and we can snap their picture to be entered in our Fall Foto Contest.
During the afternoon you can tour the hospital and our boarding kennel for a behind-the-scenes look at where your pets are cared for and meet the doctors on staff.
There will be lots of treats and a few tricks! Please join us for a fun filled day!
Our clinic is once again participating in the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” walk in Albany’s Washington Park on Sunday October 19th.
In anticipation of the event our employees are doing individual fundraising and encouraging our clients to make a donation when they are in the clinics for appointments.
Our clinic team has set a fundraising goal and will be weekly prizes for the employee with the most donations in each week of the campaign and a grand prize to the employee raising the most money to be awarded after the walk.
There are a variety of ways to support our fundraising efforts. We will have items for sale at The Boght Veterinary Clinic’s Fall Festival on Saturday October 18th including craft items, snacks and bake goods, with all the proceeds going to the team and helping us to reach our goal. You can find us on Facebook and follow the link (no bucket of ice water required!). Or visit the campaign website at http://main.acsevents.org/goto/boghtandoakwoodvetclinics to make a team or individual donation.
We are proud to once again support the “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” fundraiser and hope you will consider making a donation to this great cause.
The clinics are once again joining the Tri-City Valley Cats at the “Joe” on Monday July 7th at 7pm for “Bark in the Bark”: an annual event for area baseball fans and their four legged friends. Starting this week each clinic will be raffling off four tickets and a doggie basket full of summertime baseball goodies for you and your pet. No purchase is necessary, just stop in for flea meds and fill out a ticket. Come in with ’Spot’ for his Rabies shot and enter to win. Bring ’Chloe’ in to be spayed and stick an entry in the box!
During the event be sure to visit our booth where you can meet the staff, have the chance for more give-a-ways and, of course, enjoy the ball game.
The Valley Cats will be taking on the Connecticut Tigers. If last year is any indication, the dogs will outnumber their “feline” counterparts on the field.
It promises to be a fun night for everyone involved and we hope to see you there!