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Banfield Pet Hospital

(Private)  
Healthcare - Health Services, Other Great Industries
HQ: Vancouver, WA   |  
Overview

In 1955, veterinarian Warren J. Wegert had a vision to provide high-quality veterinary medicine in Portland, Oregon. Since then, Banfield Pet Hospital has grown to more than 975 locations across the United States and Puerto Rico, with this understanding: The best relationships are formed when people work together.

Culture
It’s our philosophy to oversee a pet's lifelong preventive health care and wellness every day, while giving you the chance to build bonds with clients. It’s a partnership. And when we work together, we can keep their pets healthy.

Our Purpose
At Banfield, we are defining the future of pet health and wellness. It’s about helping make better lives for pets, while extending the careers of the people who care for them. And it’s a movement we are proud to be part of.

Our Culture
We offer a team-oriented environment where you are valued and your opinions matter. As the world's largest veterinary practice, we have the potential to make a greater positive impact than any other practice. We can only get there with associates fully committed to moving the pet health care industry forward.

Our Principles
Banfield, like our parent company, Mars Incorporated, shares special values called The Five Principles: Quality, Responsibility, Mutuality, Efficiency and Freedom. We are looking for associates who understand that our principles are the foundation of our culture and approach to business.
Careers

We give you opportunities to do what you do best. As a Banfield associate, you'll enjoy a wealth of resources and support to help you grow—from continuing education and career advancement opportunities across a broad range of fields, to tools you'll need to excel in your Banfield career. Banfield is part of Mars Petcare and together we are a team making a real impact on pet health care in hospitals, communities and the field of veterinary medicine.