Veterinarians are licensed professionals who diagnose and treat illnesses and injuries in animals.
Zookeepers are responsible for the care and well-being of animals in zoos. They feed, clean, and provide enrichment activities for the animals.
Veterinary technicians and technologists assist veterinarians in providing medical care to animals.
Animal trainers work with animals to teach them specific behaviors, often for entertainment, education, or service purposes.
Animal control officers enforce animal-related laws and regulations. They may respond to calls about stray animals.
Wildlife biologists study the behavior, ecology, and conservation of wild animals. They may work for government agencies.
Pet groomers specialize in grooming and maintaining the appearance of pets. They may provide services such as bathing, trimming fur, and nail clipping.
Animal shelter managers oversee the day-to-day operations of animal shelters. They coordinate adoptions, manage staff.
Aquarists work in aquariums and are responsible for the care of aquatic animals. They monitor water quality, design exhibits.
hose with expertise in equestrian sports may work as horse trainers or riders. They train horses for various activities, such as racing, show jumping, or dressage.