Kennel Technician - Animal Healthcare Clinic of Southlake

  • 1615 E Southlake Blvd, Southlake, TX 76092, USA
  • Part-time
  • Location: Southlake, TX
  • Job Family: Hospital
  • Department: Operations

Company Description

Animal Healthcare Clinic of Southlake, in Southlake, TX, cultivates a fun, authentic, and compassionate work environment. Our mission is to provide quality care with compassion to every patient and client and looking for a kennel technician to join our team. We offer a family atmosphere with minimal turnover, consistent volumes, and a high level of medicine.

We are high quality, AAHA accredited hospital, and care deeply about making sure pets have everything they need to be happy and healthy by providing clear communication built on trust and integrity. Our excellent client service and quality patient care cultivate in the long term. Our medicine and relationships with our clients do not go unnoticed; we have been recognized as one of the top hospitals in the area.

Job Description

As our Kennel Technician, where you'll spend quality time with our furry patients who will love the attention you show them. You will care for dogs and cats housed in the kennels as well as the cleaning and maintenance of the enclosures, exercise yards, and complex. You must love and respect all animals, and the bond shared between pets and people. This is a fast-paced job and requires the ability to multitask.

As the Kennel Technician, duties include feeding and giving water to animals following specific schedules and special feeding instructions, medicating pets based on their specific schedule and walking pets in our exercise yards.  You may also clean, organize, and disinfect animal quarters; answer phone calls and schedule appointments; examine and observe animals to check possible signs of illnesses, diseases, or injuries. There may be times that you respond to questions from customers and provide information about animals, such as habitat, behavior, physical activities, or breeding habits. 


  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Work well independently and in a group.
  • Professional appearance required; scrubs are to be worn at all times.
  • Build balanced relationships and engage customers by going above and beyond.
  • Passion for learning and growing.
  • Excellent communication with clients is clear and understood, including phone, texting, and email.
  • Be able to work independently and provide support to coworkers and veterinarians.

Additional Information

As an employee, you will have access to a wide range of benefits, training, and career growth opportunities. Need to move? Don't change employers; move with us.    

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