Careers with MN Pets

About MN Pets

Founded in 2010 by Dr. Rebecca McComas, MN Pets is a mobile practice providing end-of-life veterinary care for pets. We are a multi-doctor, 7-day per week in-home euthanasia, acupuncture/comfort care practice serving pet owners in Minneapolis/St. Paul and the greater 7-county metro area.


We all became veterinarians because we care about animals and their quality of life. Bring that meaning back to your practice of veterinary medicine by joining MN Pets and focus on supporting pet owners through the loss of their pet with gentle in-home euthanasia and quality of life consultations.

Take extra time to care for clients with one appointment every 1 hour 45 minutes and no more than 5 appointments per day. Leave behind the rush of general practice.

We share our proven protocols. When you go on the appointment, your clients know what to expect and you’ll be prepared for each type of situation. Our doctors are backed up by our trained support team who handles screening and scheduling. Focus on helping and connecting, instead of finances.

This is a part-time position for a salaried associate with excellent benefits (medical, 401k, PTO, CE, license and more). This position may progress to a full-time position after several months if you find that you enjoy the work. You’ll have flexibility in determining your schedule which is good for work-life balance.

Our team of veterinarians is supportive of one another and provides extensive training and support, as well as sharing best practices. As leaders in the growing field of end-of-life care since 2010, advancement opportunities are available.

We look for veterinarians who are compassionate, independent and motivated to make a difference. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply.

Practice where every appointment matters.


Must be a licensed veterinarian in Minnesota.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds unassisted, and up to 100 + pounds with assistance.

Our most successful doctors are:

Flexible and punctual.
Professional with a can-do attitude.
Compassionate, sincere and sensitive.

To apply:

Send your cover letter and resume to Dr. Rebecca McComas and Ms. Kristi Lehman at

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you! 

Support Specialist

Primary Responsibilities of the support specialist

  • Communicate with clients and MN Pets veterinarians, via phone and email
  • Help clients assess their pet’s quality of life, help them understand their options and provide resources to aid in the decision-making process
  • Provide support for clients, make referrals and help clients understand end-of-life options for their pets, provide follow-up support as necessary
  • Coordinate visit logistics for clients, veterinarians, transporters and referring clinics
  • Schedule end of life visits in medical records database
  • Assist in coordinating the cremation processes and urn delivery
  • Assist with office operations and special projects, including medical supply inventory, blog/social media content relating to geriatric conditions in pets, and other program development

– Demonstrated empathy, patience and compassion while speaking with grieving clients
– Basic understanding of geriatric conditions, veterinary medicine and end-of-life care
– Strong proficiency in using technology including, Microsoft programs, email/calendar programs and file management
– Self-starter with the ability to work effectively on a team to collaborate and problem-solve
– Excellent written and verbal communication skills with strong attention to detail
– HS diploma required, experience or degree in related field is preferred. Related fields may include, counseling, veterinary technician/assistant, program management, social work, case management, and client services

Compensation & Benefits

  • Full-time position at 35-40 hours/week
  • Competitive hourly wage, along with a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical benefits, PTO, and 401k retirement plan
  • Schedule is Monday through Friday, with daytime and/or evening hours
  • Office location is in Oakdale
  • MN Pets has a commitment to provide on-going training and supervision, professional development, and opportunities for advancement

If you fit these criteria and have a desire to be a part of a growing team, please contact us by emailing your cover letter and resume to

Pet Transportation Specialist

Primary Responsibilities of the pet transportation specialist:

  • Travel to our clients’ homes after their pet has died and transport them to the cremation facility
  • Assist doctors with large pets (over 90lbs) and transport them to the cremation facility
  • Ensure the pet is treated with respect, dignity, and gentleness
  • Respond to clients’ needs compassionately, professionally and supportively
  • Assist with cremation process and urn delivery


  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with strong attention to detail
  • Excellent understanding of the human-animal bond and demonstrated empathy, patience, and compassion while speaking with grieving clients
  • Good working knowledge of PCs and general competence for computer file management
  • Basic understanding and interest in veterinary medicine
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds unassisted, and up to 100 + pounds with assistance
  • Must be flexible, punctual, organized and have a can-do attitude
  • Must be comfortable around pets and handling body care

Schedule & Compensation

  • Part-time, on-call position with future opportunity for full-time employment
  • Mobile/work-from-home position
  • Must be available for on-call shifts 2 weekends per month, plus at least 1-2 weekdays
  • On-going training on client support, end-of-life topics, and grief and loss

If you fit these criteria and have a desire to be a part of a growing team, please contact us by emailing your cover letter and resume to

MN Pets is an equal opportunity employer.