Veterinary Internship Programs
The small animal rotating internship provides advanced clinical training for graduate veterinarians wishing to perform an advanced level of private small animal practice, enter a small animal residency program, or to develop greater clinical knowledge and skills prior to entering a research career in either industry, government, or graduate work. Interns are matched through the AAVC Internship & Residency Matching Program. If you have additional questions, please visit our SAMS rotating internship frequently-asked questions (FAQ) page.
We offer residency positions in many specialties, including:
- Anesthesiology [PDF]
- Dermatology [PDF]
- Emergency and Critical Care [PDF]
- Internal Medicine [PDF]
- Neurology [PDF]
- Oncology [PDF]
- Ophthalmology [PDF]
- Surgery [PDF] and
- Zoological Medicine [PDF].
Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Oncology, and Surgery have residency positions available. You may apply through the Veterinary Internship & Residency Matching Program.
Visit the website for more information about the Veterinary Internship and Residency Matching Program.
For more information about rotating internships at The University of Georgia, please email Brooke Hogan Spurlin, or call her at 706.583.0681.