What's another job that involves animals besides a vet?

You see I really love animals, I volunteer at an animal shelter once a week. I love it so much that I want to have a job with animals in the future. But I don't want to become a vet, but I would like to have a job that involves taking care of animals or at least doing something with animals. Could you give me a hand please?

Asked By: <33 - 11/30/2008
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Animal Caretaker... More
Answered By: Troubled Director - 11/30/2008
Additional Answers (22)
zoo caretaker
Answered By: JamesWayne - 11/30/2008
zoo keeper zoologists something with biology
Answered By: chidubem n - 11/30/2008
dolphin trainer dog or cat watcher/walker zookeeper marine biologist
Answered By: Katie M - 11/30/2008
animal cop
Answered By: Adam - 11/30/2008
a zookeeper, or a "doggie daycare/pet daycare" owner, or a dog show participant, or a dog groomer, or a pet store owner, or a zoologist.
Answered By: ♥BeeJaii♥ - 11/30/2008
obedience trainer
Answered By: Amy <3 - 11/30/2008
you could work at a zoo. you could groom dogs. walk dogs. work at a kennel.
Answered By: courtney - 11/30/2008
You could be a zookeeper, animal biologist, work at Seaworld, work at a Humane Society, help rescue abused animals, work at a pet store, pet groomer, pet trainer, etc.
Answered By: Bri - 11/30/2008
Pet daycare Own a pet store Work on a ranch (horses)
Answered By: Dezie - 11/30/2008
Find a horse stable. Look for openings with your local zoo. The police officer that patrols looking for loose dogs and cats. Those are a few that I can think of right now. Farms too.
Answered By: M R - 11/30/2008
animal tamer/trainer animal control zoologist umm foster parent for adoptive animals
Answered By: Mia M - 11/30/2008
Animal trainer: a behaviorist. Farmer. Breeder. Ringmaster. Scientist. Research biologist.
Answered By: piedkevin - 11/30/2008
Obviously a vet but also a zookeeper, animal trainer, animal movie star scouter, city worker and animal shelter worker. I hope that gave you some ideas.
Answered By: Kat - 11/30/2008
you could become a zookeeper. zookeepers get to feed and take care of animals.
Answered By: superseaglass - 11/30/2008
Maybe you could be a dog walker, work in a pet store that sells animal, work in an animal hospital as a tech (you don't have to be an actual veterinarian), work for the city as an animal shelter? Get a job as a pet sitter.
Answered By: Strawberry Fields Forever - 11/30/2008
you could be an animal potagrapher.You could see many different animals this way
Answered By: Tori K - 11/30/2008
1. Dog or other animal trainer 2. ASPCA - google it for more info 3. Pet store 4. Zoo 5. (last resort) Circus assistant
Answered By: CassieD - 11/30/2008
Marine work/research Wildlife care and conservation Zoo and safari careers Veterinary nurse Zoologist Or more specialised fields like Guide dog trainer Horse handler etc. xx
Answered By: ♥ Lady marmalade ♥ - 11/30/2008
I also want to work with animals so I've thought about this a lot. Rehabilitator Zookeeper Dog trainer Pet Groomer Conservationist Animal Shelter Employee K-9 Unit on the police force ASPCA officer Vet Assistant there are more but I can't remember them right now
Answered By: John S - 11/30/2008
Hey! My sister is exactly the same as you. She's crazy about animals but doesn't want to be a vet. I can only think of two others... More
Answered By: Tom P - 11/30/2008
There are a lot of jobs that involves animals.Here are a few of them 1.zoo keeper 2.animal cop 3.animal breeder And you could work/own a animal shelter.
Answered By: jaymecowan - 11/30/2008
Work at a zoo, be a biologist, zoologist, cryptozoologist, marine biologist, work at a wildlife reserve or a adotian center, work at a farm lol, work at a horse ranch, go hunting?
Answered By: redfan45 - 11/30/2008
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