Top Jobs for Animal Lovers

Career Ideas | June 11, 2013


So, you want a job working with animals?

You might think Veterinarian and Marine Biologist are your only options. Nope! There are tons of career paths—for all levels of education—that let you devote your life to the care and keeping of our furry, fuzzy (and sometimes scaly) friends.

Work with domestic animals as a Pet Adoption Counselor or Veterinary Tech. Prepare dogs to help people with disabilities as a Guide Dog Trainer. Or walk on the wild side to protect animals’ health as a Wildlife Rehabilitator. And this is only a tiny glimpse of the wide world of animal jobs!

Ready to turn your passion for animals into a paying position? Explore animal jobs listed below.

Continue reading

6 Christmas Safety Tips for Cat Owners, article by Melvin Pena

Creation's Care Pet Sitting, LLC

Keep your cats in mind as you decorate, celebrate, feast, and dash about town this holiday season.

Many cat owners will attest that simply moving a chair entices their cats to climb on it immediately. Maybe the cats are just testing out a new vantage point; perhaps they’re asserting that everything in your home belongs to them. During the Christmas season, people adorn their homes with a variety of new things. Plants, colorful decorations, unusual foods — all of these present a series of irresistible temptations for our cats.

While you’re out practicing with your handbell choir, joining friends at holiday parties, or fighting crowds at the mall for the perfect gift, your cats and kittens are getting into their usual feline mischief in the winter wonderland that is your home. We’ve compiled some of the most common…

View original post 914 more words