Have you ever thought about working with animals? If your answer is yes then check out our great list below.
There are many more jobs with animals however we choose the best ones that are more interesting than others.
We are going through a pandemic so jobs with animals ar5e at risk. Many zoos are currently closed and they don’t even know if they can open again. Some of them closed permanently and some of them converted into something else.
Many zoos have had to relocate due to high rental costs. They have moved to somewhere cheaper and a bit away from town centers.
If you’re looking for a new job and you love working with animals, you’re in luck. There are many different positions out there that involve working with animals; some require special education and training, while some you may be able to apply for right away and learn on the job.
#1 Dog Walker
It is pretty common for people to work eight to 12 hours a day and leave their dogs at home alone. Dogs need exercise, not to mention needing to use the (outside) bathroom, so these hard-working people use the services of a dog walker. Put up a notice in your neighborhood, and you may find there a lot of lonely dogs who need your companionship and a nice, long walk.
#2 Pet Sitter
When pet owners go away on vacation, not all feel comfortable leaving their pets at a kennel. Instead, they may pay someone to either stay at their home for several days or to simply check in several times a day to feed and exercise the animals.
#3 Pet Groomer
Groomers are experienced in caring for and grooming all different types of animals, not just dogs. You can learn by assisting a groomer or enrolling in a professional grooming school.
#4 Wildlife Rehabilitator
Wildlife rehabilitators feed animals, give them water and bandage them if they are injured. They also clean cages and may transport wounded animals. The benefits of this job are spending time in nature and helping to relieve the suffering of animals.
#5 Barn Manager
A barn manager’s job is not as easy as you might think. In fact, many of them have a degree in management. The barn manager does everything from scheduling veterinarian visits to monitoring the animals’ food supply.
#6 Marine Biologist
A marine biologist studies marine life in all its various forms. To become a marine biologist, you would need to take lots of science courses in college and then pursue a master’s degree in either marine ecology, aquarium sciences, marine biology, ichthyology or cytology.
Being a veterinarian is the most obvious career path when people think of working with animals. However, like being a doctor for humans, being a vet requires lots of hard work and education. You’ll need to earn a doctorate degree in veterinary medicine and obtain a license from the state in which you live.
If you made your mind than good luck with your career and if you haven’t found something from our list today then use the comment form below to suggest more titles.