Veterinarian jobs in Florida from GTP

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We have 100s of jobs in Florida for Veterinarians. Scroll through the jobs below or use the filters to find your perfect match. If you would like to talk to our expert recruitment team about opportunities in Florida you can call them on +(813) 683 4637 or email them at [email protected].

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Associate Veterinarian

Associate Veterinarian job in Jacksonville, FL, fantastic benefits and growth opportunities. Read more

Associate Veterinarian

Our client is looking for a Associate Veterinarian to join their practice in Coral Springs, FL. Read more

Associate Veterinarian

Veterinarian position available in Fort Myers, join a growing and professional team! Read more


Medical director opportunity, leading experienced team of 5 associate veterinarians within well-equipped hospital. Salary up to $200,000 + production. Read more

Medical Director Veterinarian

Exciting opportunity for an experienced Veterinary Medical Director in a thriving South Miami veterinary practice. Read more

Associate Veterinarian Job, Orlando, Florida

Global Talent Partners are delighted to be working alongside a well established state-of-the-art modern practice, looking for a Associate Veterinarian Read more

Veterinarian Criticalist Job, Hollywood, FL

Veterinarian Criticalist opportunity in a new, exciting practice in Hollywood, FL Read more

Associate Veterinarian DVM Job, Cape Coral, FL

Join as an Associate Veterinarian, integral to a practice offering comprehensive pet medical services. Read more

Associate Veterinarian Opportunity, Port Orange, FL

Port Orange based practice, looking for a qualified Veterinarian to join them in an exciting new role. Read more

Associate Veterinarian Role, Naples, FL

A well-established growing practice in Naples, Florida is looking for 2 Associate Veterinarians to join their multi-doctor team. Read more

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re considering a career in veterinary medicine in Florida, here are some common questions:

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As of May 28, 2024, the average salary for a Small Animal Veterinarian in Florida is $108,768. However, the typical salary range is between $85,415 and $138,035. These figures can vary significantly based on the city and several other crucial factors, such as education, certifications, additional skills, and years of professional experience.

Upon successful completion of the NAVLE exam and graduation from an accredited College of Veterinary Medicine, individuals aspiring to become veterinarians in Florida are required to acquire a license from the Florida Board of Veterinary Medicine. This process involves submitting an application along with a fee totalling $354, which includes a $105 charge specifically for the jurisprudence exam.

Typically, once the Department receives confirmation of your passing score from the testing vendor, a license will be issued within 48 hours. Upon issuance, you can access and print your license by logging into your secure online account with the Department.

As of May 28, 2024, the typical salary for a Veterinarian in Florida stands at $102,421 however, the salary spectrum typically spans from $80,431 to $129,981. These salary brackets can fluctuate significantly depending on various factors, such as location, educational background, certifications, specialized skills, and years of experience in the field.

For veterinarians seeking high-paying opportunities in Florida, several cities stand out. In Orlando, veterinarians can earn an average of $137,147 per year, making it the highest-paying city in the state followed by Jacksonville with an average annual salary of $130,121. New Smyrna Beach offers veterinarians an average salary of $119,638, closely followed by Fort Walton Beach at $119,547 per year. Miami also provides competitive compensation, with an average annual salary of $117,729 for veterinarians.


Although a few states have permitted non-veterinarians to own veterinary practices, the majority still prohibit this. State veterinary practice acts are established to ensure that medical decisions are made by licensed veterinarians (DVMs). Any individual or corporation can own a veterinary practice in Florida with proper authorization from the Board of Veterinary Medicine.

High-paying veterinarian jobs encompass various specialized roles with impressive salary ranges. A Veterinary Radiologist can earn between $92,000 and $287,000 annually, while an Emergency Veterinarian’s salary typically falls between $176,500 and $219,500 per year. An Associate Veterinarian can expect to make between $102,500 and $165,500 annually. Additionally, Small Animal Veterinarians earn salaries ranging from $85,000 to $126,500 per year.