Radiographs of the past were exposed silver emulsion on film. The film then had to be developed in a darkroom. This process was messy, costly and resulted in a film that was difficult to view or store. Today, with new digital technology, we at Safari can take a radiograph and have it appear on a screen within 30 seconds. This digital radiograph can now be magnified and digitally enhanced to show lesions that were never visible before. The radiograph can also now be stored on a hard disc and shared with other veterinarians and specialists over the Internet. Digital radiographs are the wave of the future and are already at Safari today.
We are looking for bright, energetic, people-oriented team members who love to teach their knowledge to join our staff. Veterinarians, new graduates or experienced, animal technicians, assistants and customer service representatives, as well as people experienced with grooming and boarding are welcome to apply.