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Considering a career change? Looking for a lucrative, rewarding, and emotionally fulfilling position? Do you have an interest in health, medicine, and want to be a member of a veterinary team? Then, the job of Veterinary Assistant is for you! Media outlets are hypothesizing that because of the increase in adoptions of Covid Pandemic Pets, there has become a shortage of veterinary personnel in Georgia, and across the United States. They are also noticing more veterinarian workers are retiring from the profession than those just entering the field. The American Veterinary Medical Association states that the statistics demonstrate that veterinary services have increased since the pandemic creating encouraging growth. Mars Veterinary Health says that pet ownership is steadily increasing. Researchers expect a 33% increase in pet healthcare spending in the next ten years. 41,000 new veterinary workers will be needed to meet demand. Even with the normal number of veterinary graduates, there will still be a shortage of around 15,000 people in the industry. They are saying that it will take thirty-plus years of veterinary graduates to meet the ten-year need for the industries veterinarians, veterinary tech, and assistants. Now that’s job security.
Do you have a passion for animals? Does the thrill of a fast-paced work environment please you? How about educating pet owners on the myriad of pet care subjects, such as nutrition, vaccines, exercise, illnesses, and more? Getting education and experience in a veterinary assistant program can lead to a rich and enjoyable career! You might also want to learn this field as a hobby or as a fun personal experience for keeping your pet happy and healthy.
Ever thought about learning dog grooming? If you are a person with artistic indication, then Pet Grooming might be for you. Grooming your pet is not just about keeping them clean. It is a bonding experience, as well. Having your dogs washed, brushed, and groomed is not only for beauty but helps to aid in the growth of healthy hair. Grooming can also prevent skin problems and help rid the pet of fleas and ticks. The grooming process can be beneficial in detecting health issues and fostering positive behavior.
It’s all about trust, connection, and love. Learning how to groom your pet is a great way to bond with your furry friend. Did I mention the fact that grooming your own pet is less stressful for them? The satisfaction you will get from seeing your pet happy and well-groomed is priceless. Learning how to groom your pets can be a rewarding experience for both of you. Embrace and enjoy the moments you can share with your pet. Your efforts will be appreciated by them.
Your local grooming companies may need you soon as well. The American Bureau of Labor Statistics of the BLS is predicting that the grooming industry will need to employ 64,000 pet groomers by 2026 to keep up with the need for people to get their pets groomed.
You may also want to further your pet care experience and learn dog obedience, service dog training, cat management and training, aquarium maintenance, and more!
If any of the above resonates with you, then it’s time for you to contact Animal Behavior College and get started on one of their many animal programs right away.
Animal Behavior College has a new and improved veterinary assistant school curriculum for its students in the United States. We are also continuing our Veterinary Assistant Certification Program for our Canadian students. Both veterinary assistant and pet grooming courses include pet CPR and first aid certifications as well. These programs are offered in both the United States and Canada.
Contact Animal Behavior College now for more information on our many animal career programs at: (800) 795-3294.
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