In this easy-to-follow guide, readers are given creative ways to earn money working with animals in rural, suburban, and urban areas, such as at dude ranches, parks, wilderness trails, farms, animal hospitals, marinas, stables, kennels, and animal rescue centers. Those who love working with animals discover they can find jobs at breeders, slaughterhouses, historic replica villages, and animal rehabilitation centers, and can work as dog handlers, bird watchers, nature guides, pet caregivers, animal couriers, and animal trainers, among other positions. This insightful volume provides teens with practical ways to make a business plan, set goals, and promote their entrepreneurial skills in building on their interests in working with pets and animals and parlaying them into a lifelong and profitable career. Besides hands-on money-making tips, readers learn the benefits of volunteering and being a part of citizen science and animal activism for biodiversity, environmental justice, and green groups.
Animal Welfare Act Amendments of 1975
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Livestock and Grains