If animals are your passion, You can choose the following professions:
Veterinary assistants: Work in a clinic or animal hospitals helping veterinarians care for animals.
Laboratory animal caretakers: Work in labs under animal scientists, biologists or veterinarians. They feed, care for, and monitor the well being or lab animals.
Trainers: Train animals for riding, security, obedience, or to assist people with disabilities.
Veterinary technologists and technicians: Under the supervision of a vet, they perform medical tests and diagnose and treat medical conditions in animals.
Groomers: Specialize in pet appearance. They often operate their own business. (No formal education requirements, but workers often receive short-term, on-the-job training. The National Dog Groomers Association of many countries offers a offers a master groomer certification, which can enhance opportunities.)
Animal control workers: Promote the proper treatment of animals, investigate cases of mistreatment, and locate abandoned animals.
Conservation and forest technicians; Track wildlife, gather data, suppress forest fires, and work to improve the health of forests
Breeders: Breed animals according to characteristics and genealogy. (At least a high school diploma and several years of experience working with animals.)Biological technicians: Setup, maintain, and clean lab equipment. Help biologists work on experiments.
Zoologists and wildlife biologists: They study animals and wildlife and how they interact with their environment.
Conservation land managers: They work with conservation groups, land owners, or other entities to protect specific wildlife and land.
Kennel attendants, pet sitters, and dog walkers: Care for pets while owners are traveling or unavailable.(No formal education requirements, but workers may receive on-the-job training. Training programs may also be available through organizations, such as the Humane Society.)