Planned PEThood is seeking employees who share our passion for helping animals.

Please direct all resumes and inquiries to

Opportunity abounds at Planned PEThood, with multiple DVM positions open to enable our growth. Spay/Neuter, Wellness, Rescue, Shelter Medicine- we need committed DVM’s in all of these areas.

This high-level individual is responsible for the financial and reputational health of the organization, and for the effectiveness of each of its programs. It is ultimately the responsibility of the Executive Director to ensure that PPOG’s veterinary patients, foster animals, and rescued pets receive the highest quality care from a well-trained and well-treated staff; that this care is provided in a safe, caring, and humane manner; that our individual clients and animal welfare community are provided with appropriate access to affordable care; and that all persons interacting with the organization are treated fairly and with respect. Salary based on applicant’s level of experience.

Provide a safe, clean environment for Planned PEThood’s animal residents and clients, as well as for our human staff and visitors. This is a “hands-on” position, with supervisory responsibility for volunteers and kennel staff needed to provide adequate coverage. This position is full-time, hourly, non-exempt. Hourly rate will be $14-16/hour, based on the applicant’s level of experience.

The Volunteer Coordinator plays a critical role engaging the community as volunteers at Planned PEThood of Georgia (PPOG). The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment, training, recognition and overall management of volunteers. This position serves as an important liaison between staff and volunteers, with a key role in building collaboration to reach the goals of PPOG. In addition, they maintain volunteer records, coordinates volunteer schedules, prepares department reports and performs other related duties. The Adoption Events Coordinator interacts with staff and volunteers to provide an adequate number of adoption venues needed to find homes for Planned PEThood’s foster pets and to give the organization a visible presence in the community. They also provide continuity to our network of 24/7 adoption centers. This position is full-time, hourly, non-exempt. Hourly rate will be $14-18/hour, based on the applicant’s level of experience. 

These positions fill various roles in surgery and wellness/vaccine clinics. Must be comfortable working with cats and dogs of all sizes. Job roles may include restraint, blood draws, weighing animals, and working closely with the public. Experience preferred.