JOIN THE RELIEF REVOLUTION.
We keep business booming while hardworking vets and techs enjoy precious time off.
Relief vets and techs are versatile freelancers, ready to fill in when colleagues need a break. That way, practices can maintain revenue, full time employees can enjoy weddings and tropical vacations, and relief professionals can enjoy the freedom of working whenever and wherever they want. It’s a win-win-win.
RELIEF ROVER HAS BEEN SEEN IN
THE POWER WE PROVIDE:
FOR RELIEF VETS AND TECHS
Jobs. Business secrets. Community support. And it’s all free.
We’re not a staffing agency or an employer. That means as a member, you’re still the boss. You control your rates and your dates. We’ll never tell you what to do or take a cut of your pay.
(Can you tell we work relief ourselves?)
IT’S PAWS-ITIVELY EASY.
Complete your profile
Like online dating, the more info the better. In a few quick clicks, create a profile that will attract your perfect match.
Search or be searched
Professionals can search our exclusive job listings and list of practices. Vets and techs, if you post your resume, employers can find you in search. When employers post a job, the entire community of professionals is instantly alerted.
After relief professionals and employers make contact, you determine pay rates and schedules together. No middle man. No pay cut for vets or techs. No upcharge for employers. Easy peasy. Fair and square.
Learn + grow as you go
So many resources to help you! Webinars, wage calculator, licensing directory, exclusive discounts on continuing education, forums, community and more.
OUR VETERINARIANS HAVE BEEN SEEN IN
BUT THAT’S NOT ALL. WE’RE CREATING NEW WAYS FOR VETS, TECHS AND OTHER ANIMAL ADVOCATES TO SHARE THEIR VOICES.
Incredible Breaking News for our Relief Rover Community!— popular
I have something incredible to share with you… Before I dig into the big news, I want to say thank you. While my work as a relief veterinarian began as a way to find flexibility and freedom, it became so much more. Relief Rover was born at my breakfast table as an idea to uplift
Employers: Do this when your open positions aren’t getting attention— business + money
The ears of modern-day veterinary practice managers are filled with the sounds of rings, chirps, tweets, beeps, and clicks coming from email, text, social media, Slack, PIMs, smart phones, landlines, and yes, in some practices, even fax machines. Oh, and the voices – the incessant questions, quarrels, complaints, concerns, and requests. At the end of