Are dogs in the military trained by people in the military? If so does every branch have a MOS for that job title because I am kind of interested. If so can anyone could provide me with:
and maybe a site linking to that MOS description on the branches website. THANKS!
If I want to make a Carree in business, or a personally trainer.
Is their any job for me in the military?
I also have a interest in begin a firefighter.
I'm 16 and planning on pursuing a military career when I'm 18. As of right now my plan is join the rangers for a few years and join special forces after. Then eventually try for cag (delta force). And if not that than a navy seal but idk what I would do when I turn 28 because that is the age limit. Also do special forces conduct conventinal warfare as well. I want serious answers from people that know what they are talking about
I am hoping I do not get some rude and sarcastic comments..
I've noticed the Mal's are becoming more and more popular in the Police force and Military, but I just don't see why. The thing about Shepherds is that they are more fierce. They make the best police dogs, and the Mal's are just known as the Malinators because they are hard to control.
The German shepherd has a higher bite force, are more calm and easier to train and eager to please. The Mal is one of my favorite dog breeds, and yes it makes a great Military/Police dog but the German shepherd has much more better traits. People say the Malinois are fast, but some German shepherds are just as fast- maybe even faster.
I hope I didn't offend anyone... I can't see how I would though :P
Cousin- I see what you're saying. But there is still some great working line breeders. I own a Pure bred working dog, that has a straight back. She is extremely fast, and is 70 pounds of muscle.
I see what you're saying 4Her4Life.
You got a point, how they are more 'quick' on the feet. What I meant by harder to control is I heard that they are extremely more hyper than the German Shepherd, so they are always wanting to play or train. I always found the German shepherd more of the best working dogs though, but the Dutch and Mal are good too.
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Yeah, the troop surge, right? One thing Obama did point out, as well as many military generals, that for the people of these nations to respect us more we need to send doctors, water line crews, masons, and so on. Why does our nation feel that a surge is just military force?
Cancel: typical answer to someone who doesn't know how to answer.
I would love to work some place neat and watch animals and research, and be outdoors. I would love to have a good pay, too, but I don't really mind if its not. Some job other than a vet where you maybe get to be with real, wild animals. Please explain the job and what degrees, etc, you need (schooling.) Plus, say where (what country) this job usually takes place.
Basically what is says. I want to help nature and animals preventing extinction in both categories. I am also a falconer so I want to teach about animals as in a zoo. What job field is this and what degree do I need for this area. I start college this spring.
I am very interested in working in a field that has to do with animals. I always wanted to become a vet but i would have to go to school across the state and i really don't think that would work for me. But I was wondering what other kind of jobs are there that work with animals that make a decent amount of money?
Thanks for you help!
I love dogs, I kind of always wanted to be a dog trainer, but I want to serve on the military as well(im 16). And I was wondering, if once I served is there some path I can take from there to become an attack dog trainer? Would i need a degree? What field would I need to major in in college?
Or they have dogs in active combat right? How would you become a dog handler on active combat?
And what would one design/build as a robotics engineer for the military?
I am joining the military and i am interested in reading fiction or non fiction about this subject.
Im a 17 year old that doesnt get the best grades and isnt looking to go to a big college. However, I am a hard worker and very physical fit. What would be a good job for me when I leave the house?
Please help me, any jobs at all that you know of, thank you soo much:))
Hi, I'd love to work with animal. I was thinking of an animal lawyer, a vet or an animal psychologist/behaviourist.
Would you be able to tell me about jobs where i could work animals such as dogs, cats, horses.
Could you try and tell me what each thing is (e.g. a vet - this is when you help and operate on sick animals) Could you also try tell me what grades you need and what subjects? (i live in the uk)
Thankyou so much!
Im looking to become a pilot but I don't know if I should join the military or just learn to fly some other way?
I've been told by my recruiter that you need to be in the Security Forces for at least 2 years and then I should be able to become a canine trainer
I'm told they really need more men for Security Forces, so who knows what they'll say to get me to join.
Is it easy to get interesting jobs through Security Forces, or will I be stuck look at ID cards and pulling people over for my entire enlistment.
I'm really interested in becoming a canine trainer, but it seems very tough to get.
I've been wanting to train dogs for as long as I can remember and now that i am 18 I figure that I can possibly start now. I want to train dogs for serious protection work. I don't want to do Schutzhund or French Ring as those are nothing but games. Working trainers: how did you get started? How can I get started?
I don't know what kind of job i want and i'm a sophmore in highschool so the pressure is on hehehe but i know i want something to do with animals and i don't feel like working at fast food restaraunts and factories for the rest of my life.
I am starting from scatch-almost. I have no degree, but iam a certified personal trainer. I would like to do some research related things that have to do with health and fitness. I would really like to work for the government or military, what would that job title be labeled?
What fields of study should i focus on?
What are the best colleges in IL for this career?
without joining the military as i am ineligible