Certification for Doggy Daycare Pro

No degree or formal training is usually required to find a job as a doggy daycare attendant. However, most successful applicants have a solid background working with dogs professionally before they advance to the position of doggy daycare attendant. Many doggy daycare managers have a college degree in an animal-related field, such as biology or the animal sciences. These college degrees can involve an in-depth study of animal psychology, physiology, veterinary examinations, animal anatomy, and other useful topics. Some jobs that help prepare you for doggy daycare manager include dog groomer, trainer, walker, handler, breeder, and vet technician. Taking a job as a doggy daycare assistant and working your way to doggy daycare manager, is a common career path. To do this job well, doggy daycare attendants must enjoy working with dogs in addition to interacting positively with clients. The work of a doggie daycare attendant is learned mostly on the job. You will not be expected to perform any of your duties well without first going through a training period. You will learn by watching and interacting with other doggy daycare attendants. You will also learn by watching dogs in a variety of different situations. Some doggy daycare facilities offer a training program for a fee.

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IAP Career College

IAP Career College Overview The Dog Daycare Owner Certificate course is an online learning program (using the FabJob Guide to Become ...
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K9 Parent Training

K9 Parent Training Overview Learn how to train K9 dogs. All programs are specific to each animal. One private meeting is ...
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Universal Class

Universal Class Overview Beginning your own dog day care isn't a simple task. An affection for dogs isn't sufficient. To run ...
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Creative Dog Training, Inc.

Creative Dog Training, Inc. Overview Their Dog Daycare Program is the fun, safe alternative to leaving your dog at home. Their ...
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