Veterinarian Salary Guide

 MyVeterinaryJobBoard.com's Veterinarian Salary Guide for 2022

A veterinarians salary can depend on a few different factors such as years of experience, geographical location, type of practice and whether you are an associate, partner or owner.  We have broken down the average salary for small animal veterinarians by each state and answered some frequently asked questions regarding pay for vets in the United States.  To view our salary guide for vet techs click here.

Average Veterinarian Salary by State

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State Average Salary
Alabama $87,000
Alaska $102,740
Arizona  $93,000
Arkansas $87,205
California  $96,100
Colorado  $92,000
Connecticut  $96,650
Delaware  $91,000
Florida  $81,500
Georgia  $86,200
Hawaii $109,078
Idaho  $96,490
Illinois $86,734
Indiana  $89,000
Iowa  $88,000
Kansas  $88,275
Kentucky  $90,000
Louisiana  $88,500
Maine  $88,000
Maryland  $97,100 
Massachusetts  $109,000
Michigan $87,000
Minnesota  $91,000
Mississippi  $83,220
Missouri $84,500
Montana $97,000
Nebraska  $96,100
Nevada  $101,929
New Hampshire  $102,000
New Jersey $95,000
New Mexico $87,300
New York $107,400
North Carolina  $80,100
North Dakota $103,100
Ohio  $90,000
Oklahoma  $90,000
Oregon  $99,000
Pennsylvania  $92,300
Rhode Island $100,000
South Carolina $92,500
South Dakota $100,000
Tennessee $93,000
Texas  $86,350
Utah  $90,000
Vermont  $96,100
Virginia  $95,500
Washington  $101,100
West Virginia  $92,000
Wisconsin  $88,500
Wyoming  $97,000