For animal hospitals, it's a constant challenge to find "relief" veterinarians — veterinarians who fill in when the regular vets are out sick, on leave/vacation, or the clinic just needs an extra set of hands. Every day, these clinics scramble to find qualified veterinarians who can help them meet the increasing demands of their practices. This is especially true for small, independently-owned clinics that don't have the time or office resources to hunt down extra assistance on short notice. Today, these clinics' best option is either essentially a low-tech listserv or various job boards. Of course, these options are both terribly inefficient and create a clunky, burdensome process for both the clinics and the relief vets. If only there was an easier/cheaper/better way for clinics to find relief veterinarians (and relief vets to find available clinics), then these clinics could streamline their administrative duties and focus on what matters: treating people's pets. With approximately 40,000 animal hospital clinics in the US, and over 25,000 relief veterinarians available to fill in, there is a clear opportunity to meaningfully impact a huge industry. I propose building the Relief Retriever app where hospitals and relief vets can seamlessly connect. Today's veterinary clinics are overwhelmed, overworked and exhausted with the sheer number of clients they have to see every day. Fortunately, Relief Retriever can help these clinics via an app designed to help connect hospitals with the qualified relief veterinarians they desperately need.