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Kennel Manager and Assistant  

Treetops Kennels* - Guildford, Surrey

CV and covering letter to us by post, see details via the apply button on this page. Kennel Work careers ... Permanent, Full Time...

from: - 3 days ago

Kennel Assistant  

Moor Cottage Veterinary Hospital(8031) - Binfield, Bracknell

The successful applicant will work a mix of morning (7-11am) and evening (4-8pm) shifts. Kennel careers... Permanent, Part-time...

from: - 27 days ago

Kennel Person  

Northants Greyhound Rescue - Northamptonshire

Own transport and be willing to work weekends. Dog Kennels... Permanent...

from: - 4 days ago

Dog Day Care Needed - Preferably No Kennel Based  

Melton Mowbray, LE13 1HJ

Doggy day care required for 8 year old mini black and tan doxie - fully house trained - likes to sleep - preferably under a blanket, very loving. Shy around... Kennel Work...

from: - 12 days ago

Kennel assistant  


Candidates m ust have 2 checkable references as this will be an essential requirement for this role. You will be working in a strict non- smoking environment. Salary is negotiable and dependent on experience. Animal Kennels... Full Time...

from: Directgov - 3 days ago

Kennel assistant  

St. Albans

Previous boarding kennel experience essential. Kennel Hand... Part-time...

from: Directgov - 3 days ago

Kennel Assisant/ Manager  


• You'll also have either managed a team, ideally within the dog industry environment, or be able to demonstrate your ability to manage a team. • As assistant manager you will lead from the front, help to inspire the team, motivate and support the team... Live in Kennel... Permanent...

from: JobisJob - 16 days ago

Specialist, Working Dog Activities  

The Kennel Club - United Kingdom

12.Generate and process correspondence regarding own specific areas of responsibility and as directed by the Team Leader – Working Dog Activities Team. Field Trials Sub-Committee, Kennel Club Liaison Councils and Working Parties as agreed with Team Leader... Kennel Worker... Salary c£24,000 p.a. plus benefits

from: - 6 days ago

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Looking For An Alternative To Kennels Such As A Home From Home  

Leeds, LS10 3DA

Hello! We are looking for: a responsible, reliable, home setting that our dog can live in the house while we are away for a week. With a few years experience... Dog Kennels Part Time...

from: - 16 days ago

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Kennel and Cattery Assistant  

5 Star Boarding Kennels & Cattery - Great Dunmow

We are only looking for someone who has a qualification or is working towards an NVQ in Animal Care. Applications from those with experience working in the animal industry will also be considered. Kennel Manager... Part-time...

from: Directgov - 3 days ago

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Kennel workers are responsible for the care of dogs, cats and other domestic pets within a large kennel environment. Duties include feeding, cleaning, and exercising animal residents, with most employees working between the regular hours of 8:00 to 17:00 as well as covering emergency rosters if necessary. A candidate for the position is expected to work in close contact with the kennel manager or supervisor
The ability to multi-task is one of the most important attributes for those working in kennels. Employees must have a love for and understanding of animals, as well as good knowledge of basic care for dogs, cats and other domestic pets. Candidates must be flexible and willing to work on emergency call, as well as being able to give first aid or administer medical care to animals when necessary
Most kennel companies do not require applicants to have a degree, although proven experience in a similar field is usually required. Working in this environment can be an excellent learning opportunity for students studying veterinary science. Salaries are generally low, hovering at about £15,000 – £20,000 per year, although career advancement opportunities involving higher salaries do exist.

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