Animal acupuncturist. Zoo designer. Wildlife rehabilitator. Working with animals can involve much more than helping at an animal shelter or grooming dogs. There are lots of different jobs out there for people who share a deep concern for the welfare of animals. Authors Michele C. Hollow and Dr. William P. Rives give you the inside scoop on all of them, including: Veterinarian and veterinary technician; Zoo worker; Animal trainer for movies and TV; Beekeeper; Guide dog trainer. This unique career guide features personal stories from experts in the field, including a large-animal surgeon, a professional dog trainer, an animal behaviorist, and the former president and CEO of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. This guide gives you everything you need to find a job that fits your animal-loving personality.Just thirty years ago, most veterinarians worked without the assistance of a veterinary technician. Upscale daycare centers for ... Almost half (49.7 percent) of U.S. pet owners consider their pets members of the family. People value their petsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Everything Guide to Working with Animals|
|Author||:||Michele C Hollow, William P Rives|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2009-02-18|