1. Guide Dog Trainer
Guide Dog Trainer
A guide dog trainer is someone whose purpose is to select and train suitable dogs for the blind or visually impaired, as well as to select and train each client in the use of the guide dog.
A veterinarian is a medical professional who protects the health and well-being of both animals and people.
3. Animal Trainer For Film And Television
Animal Trainer For Film And Television
An animal trainer for film and television trains animals to perform specific behaviors for roles in movies and television.
4. Animal Assisted Therapist
Animal Assisted Therapist
An animal assisted therapist typically works with a therapy dog in many types of settings, such as private homes, nursing homes, hospitals, and correctional facilities.
5. Animal Trainer
6. Marine Mammal Trainer
Marine Mammal Trainer
There are about 100 species of aquatic or marine mammals that depend on fresh water or the ocean for part or all of their life.
7. Zoo Educator
A zoo educator is responsible for providing information about the zoo facility and teaching visitors about the animals kept at the zoo.
8. Veterinary Acupuncturist
A veterinary acupuncturist is someone who uses a non-drug, non-surgical therapy in order to call on the natural healing ability of the pet's body to repair itself to a state of good health.
9. Racehorse Trainer
A racehorse trainer is responsible for the day-to-day preparations needed to train a horse to run races.
A farrier is someone who is part blacksmith and part veterinarian, specializing in equine hoof care.
A zoologist studies the origins, genetics, diseases, life progression, and behaviours of animals.
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14. Animal Behavioural Specialist
Animal Behavioural Specialist
An animal behavioural specialist has a love of animals and an interest in what makes them behave the way they do.
15. Animal Nutritionist
An animal nutritionist specializes in the dietary needs of animals in captivity, such as pets, farm animals, and zoo animals.