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January 7, 2024

Veterinary Dermatologist

Job Description:


Your dream job is here! Apex Veterinary Specialists is currently seeking veterinary dermatologists to join us; the positions can be either full- or part-time. We have a large caseload with dedicated clients and great primary care/referring veterinarians. The applicant must be a board-eligible or board-certified veterinary dermatologist or a veterinary dermatology resident completing her/his/their program.

Our hospital specializes in out-patient services and is located in the affluent south Denver metro area with great schools. We recently moved into a brand-new facility. State-of-the-art equipment includes video otoscopy (Storz—Telepak + HD and C-MAC HD), Storz VetPump, CT scan, X-ray, VetScalpel Laser, Phovia, cryotherapy, microscopes, ultrasound and more.

We are committed to providing the highest quality and compassionate care to our patients and clients. Our dermatology-dedicated technicians have many years of dermatology experience. Patients under general anesthesia or sedation always have the availability of a board-certified veterinary anesthesiologist. Did you ever want to perform intradermal allergy testing or skin biopsies on an aye-aye or mangabey or polar bear? Well, you can because we also do pro bono work for the Denver Zoo.

Come be part of this great team and great work environment! We pride ourselves on collaborative teamwork, superior communication and excellent client service and patient care. We also excel in caring for our staff and for you!

A generous benefits package is available (health, dental, vision, 401K, vacation, CE allowance, etc.)

There is also opportunity for ownership.

And no non-compete! 


Colorado is a beautiful state. The Denver-metro area has more sunny days per year than places like San Diego or Miami Beach. It also has the largest city park system in the USA. On multiple occasions, Denver has been ranked one of the top 10 healthiest cities and pet-friendly cities in the US. The Denver metro area has art, theater, museums, microbreweries, nightlife, shopping and more! Denver is in a semi-arid climate, with typically less than 16 inches of precipitation per year. Of course, the nearby mountains and ski resorts get lots of snow per year—hence Colorado’s world-renown skiing and snowboarding. Colorado also has numerous parks with trails to hike, bike, climb, horseback ride, etc. And many rivers, lakes and reservoirs for water sports. Camping and glamping -yes!

Colorado loves its professional sports teams— go Nuggets (yes, we won the NBA championship last season!), go Broncos, go Rockies, go Avalanche, go Rapids, go Mammoth, go Raptors! We got to touch the Stanley Cup when an Avalanche player brought it by the hospital as a thank you for caring for his pets.

Come join our wonderful group!

Contact Information:
Contact Linda Messinger, DVM, DACVD at LMessingerdvm@gmail.com or call/text 303-349-9443 for more information. Confidentiality is assured.