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Mission Statement

The VRC Relief Team helps you get organized so you can lead a more balanced and supported life.  Create your Workstyle with us!



We Value YOU!

                                                                             *Pricing is recurring. Cancel anytime.

Want to enroll multiple hospitals?  Contact us to ask about pricing plans: https://theveterinaryreliefcompany.com/contact

Standard membership is free.  Register herehttps://theveterinaryreliefcompany.com/registration



The VRC respects your independence.

That's why we've always been freelance. Utilize The Relief Team contract system or use your own!


Membership is complimentary upon verification. Register here: https://theveterinaryreliefcompany.com/registration



Techs and Assistants

We want you to stand out!

The Veterinary Relief Company is excited to offer a simplified, portal for licensed technicians and experienced assistants to embark on a career in relief work.  We even offer a membership program to help guide you along your way.  

Experience Technicians Assistants
0-5 years $30/hr $25/hr
5 + years $35/hr $30/hr
ER/Specialty/Urgent Care $45/hr $35/hr

Membership is complimentary upon verification.  Register here: https://theveterinaryreliefcompany.com/registration



Coming Soon!

Are You a Specialist?

Email us your interest as we look into providing an avenue for you to help bring specialty care to individual hospitals outside of a referral setting.





Member States

Don't see your state?

Become a member today and be added to our growing list!  Register Here: https://theveterinaryreliefcompany.com/registration



Helpful Hint #1

Try this!
Ensure that your hospital is prepared to provide support for your relief DVM/Tech. This allows for appointments and timing to run smoothly in your absence.

Helpful Hint #2

Try this!
Make sure to schedule appropriately so that your Relief Team member hire can be prepared and able to leave at the scheduled time.

Helpful Hint #3

Try this!
Decide on an hourly rate and then quantify by the number of hours to be worked to calculate the amount of each contract.