Are you considering a career in the equine veterinary field?

If you are considering a career in the equine veterinary field, are experienced working with horses, and are over 13 years of age, we have opportunities for you as well!

After a brief meet and greet appointment with us to make sure we are a good match, we can set up a job shadowing ride along time for you to spend a day riding along with Dr. Hannah or Dr. Justine to see first-hand what the day of an equine veterinarian looks like.

The day starts at 7:00 a.m. helping with caretaker duties and learning about horse husbandry. Veterinary appointments generally begin around 9:00 a.m. After you have completed a ride along, if you are interested in becoming a working student, you can interview to become a working student. Working students commit to at least one day per month and gain experience in horse husbandry, daily care, farm maintenance, truck cleaning/stocking, and veterinary assisting.
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Interested in the field of Equine Facilitated Mental Health and Learning?

Please contact us to discuss how you can become involved with our program.

Interested in horse training/handling or managing your own equestrian facility some day?

Working students interested in farm management, horse husbandry, horse handling, or the Cedarbrook Farms program are teamed up with caretaking staff and stay onsite to observe, as well as gain first-hand experience. We can tailor the working student program to your area of interest.

Student Testimonial

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We treat the whole animal, every time.

Cedarbrook Veterinary Care offers resources for working students interested in equine veterinary care and job shadowing in Snohomish, Monroe, Woodinville, Duvall, Lake Stevens, Redmond and beyond.

Call us today (360) 794-9255

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