ABC’s Top Dog Obedience Instructor Program Question – Job Placement
One of the most frequently asked questions about Animal Behavior College (ABC) Dog Training School is whether the program offers students possible job placement opportunities. After all, changing careers in this economy can be a scary step and students need reassurance that ABC will open the right doors to a long-lasting successful career.
ABC’s Dog Training Program Educational and Physical Requirements
To get accepted into Animal Behavior College’s dog training program, students must meet specific educational and physical requirements. This is because our three-part program consists of academic study, volunteer work and a hands on externship, all of which demand a certain education level and physical ability. Read on to find out if you qualify to enroll in our exciting program.
There are multiple reasons people want to own a dog. Animal Behavior College, an expert in teaching others how to become a dog trainer, also prides itself in providing general information on pet care and ownership. They know that some folks want a dog for security reasons. For others, it may have been a life-long dream that they are now ready to act on. Sometimes, it’s children that spur the impulse. Whatever the reason, ABC offers useful tips to consider when examining your motivations in dog ownership. Continue reading
Tips For Adopting A Dog
Having a dog can be an exciting addition to your life and home. Yet, how to choose a dog can be a challenge. Even people who become a dog trainer or have an interest in animal careers understand that knowing what kind to buy, a breed’s unique characteristics, where to buy a dog, can be a daunting task. Animal Behavior College provides valuable tools that can help the process so your purchase experience becomes a responsible and gratifying one. Continue reading
Veterinary Assistant Jobs – Tips on How to Get a Vet Assistant Job
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, animal care and service workers have better than average employment prospects through 2016 due to an increasing pet population. This prediction is supported by data from The Los Angeles Times that shows the number of cats and dogs as pets increasing 2.4% in 2009 to reach 169 million. However, the long-term effects of the recession may temper that outlook somewhat, so it’s important for a veterinary assistant to set him or herself apart from the field in order to gain employment. The following tips can help jobseekers land animal jobs in a competitive market. Continue reading
Land a Job at an Animal Hospital
Whether you’re considering a career as a certified veterinary assistant or are already enrolled in a program, it is important to explore the various job opportunities in your field and discover what it takes to land a job as a veterinary assistant. While they are many venues to choose from, here is a brief overview of the requirements and opportunities at an animal hospital or emergency center.
Animal hospitals and emergency centers hire both experienced applicants and recent graduates from veterinary assistant schools, like Animal Behavior College. Most applicants should have experience in general practice procedures. Although experienced is preferred, many hospitals are willing to hire and train ambitious, motivated veterinary assistants who demonstrate a desire to work and learn in a fast-paced environment.
Certified Veterinary Assistant Training Program
If you’re considering a career change and love animals, becoming a veterinary assistant is a very practical choice. While there are thousands of veterinary assistant programs throughout the nation, it is important to select a quality program that is within your budget and current lifestyle. After all, you may not have the luxury of quitting your current job in order to complete the program. The following is a quick overview of why people choose Animal Behavior College’s (ABC) Certified Veterinary Assistant Training Program over any other veterinary assistant program in the nation.
Careers with Animals – Popular Animal Careers
Dog training is often a job into which people transition from other careers related to caring for animals. Individuals who work as trainers, groomers, or caretakers hold a variety of responsibilities depending on their precise line of work and place of employment. Continue reading
Veterinary Assistants Career Opportunities Continue To Grow
Thinking about becoming a Veterinary Assistant? With the current economic situation, it might seem that it’s impossible to find a career path in a growing industry. However, if you love pets and would consider animal jobs, then now is the right time for you to consider becoming a veterinary assistant. Recent statistics from the U.S. government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics suggest that enrolling in a veterinary assistant school, such as Animal Behavior College will get you on the fast track to a great career. Continue reading