The Dyer Animal Clinic has an opening for student veterinarians that would like to have the experience of working in a small animal practice. Over the years, we have provided several veterinary students the opportunity to work at our clinic to complete their school requirements.
We are committed to helping animals and we currently work with Whiting Animal Control. Dr. Farrell generally treats the shelter animals and if you would like to help other community groups, we do encourage you to help with the clinic’s support.
Some of the standard roles as a student veterinarian at our clinic you will be performing the following tasks under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian.:
Examining animals, checking their health status, and communicating your findings to the client.
Diagnosing illnesses and determining the best treatment.
Performing medical procedures for various animal controls and shelters.
Helping train staff on new and current skills.
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About The Dyer Animal Clinic
Our animal clinic is so much more than a place to bring a pet for vaccinations or sick exams. The Dyer animal Clinic is a place where pets and their owners can feel at home. It’s a place where wellness is maintained and supported from the time, they’re newborns through their golden years. That’s why at every exam, our veterinarians take the time to answer the client’s questions and explain everything in full detail. We believe that an educated pet parent is a better pet parent.
In the small town of Dyer, Indiana, Dr. DeVries opened the Dyer Animal Clinic in 1979 and in December of 2013, he sold the clinic to Dr. Molly Farrell. Prior to owning the Dyer Animal Clinic, Dr. Molly Farrell worked at another clinic for 24 years. This change was at first frightening for Dr. Farrell, but due to her tenacity and strong work ethic, she was able to grow the Dyer Animal Clinic to the point that we needed to hire three more veterinarians to keep up with the demand. In March of 2020, one of our doctors retired from the profession and we have been looking to fill her vacancy.
Due to our overwhelming growth and popularity, we are in the planning stages of building a larger clinic near the current clinic. These plans have been temporarily suspended due to the pandemic and the retirement of one of our doctors.
For all of your professional life, Dr. Molly Farrell has been working with various animal shelters and city animal controls by donating her time to help the injured and sick animals.
Her experience and donations haven’t gone unnoticed. Several of the cities have asked for her to open a satellite clinic in their cities to help provide the necessary medical services to the pet owners in their town. We are currently discussing with several cities about opening another clinic in their towns.
Since we are a small animal clinic, we provide the medical services such as preventative care, wellness exams and vaccinations, radiographs, blood work and cold laser.
We also offer spaying and neutering services, oral surgery, and soft tissue surgery to our patients. Any major medical procedures, we will refer our clients to specialists.
Due to our growing reputation for providing outstanding services, we have several clients that travel over 50 miles to come to our clinic. And our popularity keeps growing.
Our clients love our clinic and our doctors. We currently have a 4.8-star review on Google and our clients love us. One recent 5-star review was from Terrence S. and he stated, “They treat Roxy and Roley as if they are their own pets and also very honest, I can’t take my puppy’s anywhere else.”
Another review was from Judy C and she stated, “I woudn’t think of taking my pets anywhere but here. We took our cat Teddy in and found out he is diabetic in 2016. We were so nervous about giving him injections. Dr. Farrell walked us through giving him shots and when we had problems, we called the office and they had us come in to answer our questions on injecting needles.”
To further educate our clients, Dr. Farrell has been providing her expert contributions to various media outlets both locally, nationally, and internationally. Well, one of the articles was used both in the United States and translated into German, but it was international recognition. Below are the different articles in which Dr. Farrell contributed her knowledge.