Mobile Veterinarian - Compassionate Euthanasia Service

Veterinarian - GP Gardena, California


Position at Hearts and Halos

Mobile Veterinarian

Full-Time:  Orange County and LA County

Hearts and Halos Mobile Compassionate Euthanasia


Hearts and Halos provides in home euthanasia and after care, servicing greater Los Angeles and Orange County.  


We are seeking a veterinarian living in Orange County or Los Angeles County to join our team!  


We offer 3/10-hour or 4/10-hour shifts with a schedule of 8 am - 6 pm, allowing for travel time. 


Who we are

We are a team of compassionate veterinarians, specializing in end-of-life decision making, home pet euthanasia services, and final care options for a client's dog, cat, or other pet.  


We provide guidance, counseling, and the ability to give the pet a gentle, loving, and respectful transition in the comfort and peace of their favorite place...their home. 


We are part of Thrive Pet Healthcare - a growing national brand that supports its veterinarians with a more efficient business operation and a friendly, organized team that’s second to none. The result is more time for you and your team to focus on your true passion: caring for animals and their families. 


Provide your best care as a Thrive Pet Healthcare veterinarian.


Our veterinarians form a vast peer network of multi-disciplinary experts who are here to bolster your professional and personal wellbeing.  When you need to rebalance, you’ll have access to resources and benefits that are meaningful because they’re built around nurturing your mental health.


Our network of hospitals provides the career mobility you need to fit your career and life. You’ll have customizable learning through our top-notch development and training engine, including CE libraries, industry-leading educational programs, and more.


Your success matters to us. 🐾


Experience & Skills Requirements

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM / VMD) or equivalent degree required.
  • State Veterinary Board License and must be in good standing for the state in which they intend to be hired, prior to their start date.
  • 100% travel required.
  • PLIT insurance
  • Active DEA license or DEA licensure eligible.


Benefits – our care in action

We provide benefits spread comprehensively across your mental, physical, emotional, and financial wellbeing designed to meet your needs as a unique individual. Some key benefits include:


  • ​​​​​Paid time off including 8-weeks of full-pay parental leave, bereavement to grieve both humans and pets, and time off for new pet adoptions.
  • Pet perks include free exams, discounts on products and services, and more at all Thrive Pet Healthcare locations.
  • Generously subsidized backup and ongoing care support for children, adults, and pets
  • Mental health benefits including coaching and therapy sessions.
  • Continuing education support through free courses, CE credits and paid time off to complete.

And so much more!


Plus, we have a Medical Excellence & Education platform including a Clinical Research Committee, Specialty Directors Board, Doctor Mentorship Committee, and more. This platform is designed to support and empower you with the knowledge, tools, and resources to strengthen and nurture your professional journey.


To learn more about this amazing opportunity, apply today or reach out to us at


Compensation negotiable based on credentials and experience with an annual salary range starting at $120,000/year. The actual salary offered will carefully consider a wide range of factors, including your skills, qualifications, experience, location, and amount of shifts taken per week/per month.


At Thrive Pet Healthcare, we celebrate and embrace the uniqueness and diversity of all of our team members, pet parents, and pets. We strive to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture where all team members belong and feel empowered.