If you’re one of those people who believe there’s no such thing as a bad dog (they’re just misunderstood!), an ugly mutt (the hairless, rat-looking thing has pretty eyes!), or too much dog hair (it’s like an extra blanket on the couch!), then check out these top seven jobs for dog people.
1. Dog Bather — The smell of wet dog turns most people off, but for you, it means you’re hard at work. Dog Bathers wash, shampoo, and brush Fido before he heads over to the Dog Groomer.
2. Dog Groomer — Like a human Hairdresser, you make sure your client looks good when they hop out of your chair. The difference is you use dog biscuits as treats and expect licks of love for your latest trim, perm, or buzz cut.
3. Cook, Dog-and-Cat Food — This dog job is pretty close to its human equivalent. You cook food based on your client’s preferences and nutritional requirements, with “This tastes like dog food!” being the highest of compliments.
4. Kennel Manager — This dog lover job finds you dealing with the elite of the canine world: dog athletes. You make sure they’re well taken care of and race in a safe, healthy environment.
5. Animal Control Worker — This is one of the first dog careers that most people think of when envisioning how they can spend their days around four-legged, furry friends. In this role, you serve as a protector of animals of all types, answering emergency calls and picking up lost or endangered creatures.
6. Animal Shelter Clerk — You help lost animals get reunited with their owners, assist in new adoptions, and, in general, care for the pets living in the shelter.
7. Pet Nutrition Specialist — The link between food and health in people is fairly well documented, and the same goes for animals. You create specific menus, meals, and treats (healthy dog biscuits) to improve the health and happiness of a person’s cherished pet.
Careers You May Like
Tend to the animals at a zoo.
Enforce baseball rules and call strikes on the diamond.
Call strikes and balls on the softball diamond.
Enforce the rules of the game of soccer.
Make pets look and smell good.
Scrutinize pets with eating problems to identify the best diet changes.
Match pets with potential owners.
Handle insects for film shoots.
Rank and rate horses and riders in various events.
Fit horses with shoes to help them walk on hard surfaces.
Track down stray pets and return them to their owner.
Record the weights of horse racing Jockeys with an unbiased eye.
Call traveling violations, fouls, and more as you enforce B-Ball rules.
Set up and maintain aquarium exhibits.
Feed and clean the animals at a shelter.
Provide for the comfort, health, and well-being of animals.
Look for ways to increase local crop yields and protect farms from disease.