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Kennel Assistant  

Animal Recruiter - Watford, Hertfordshire, South East

Safety - Comply with established safe work practices and attend to all safety-related training provided or made available by us. Work with manager to develop appropriate tasks and schedules for volunteers... Kennel Work careers... £18,500 per annum

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from: (+1 source) - 16 days ago

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Assistant Kennel Manager  

Recruitment Helpdesk - Kings Langley, Hertfordshire

Ensuring adequate cover every day is paramount. This is a business where our clients dogs and cats must be cared for whatever the weather, 365 days a year, and that includes Christmas Day. Making sure... Kennel careers... 9.0000 - 10.00

from: - More than 30 days ago

Canine Caregiver  

Animal Recruiter - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear, North East

Provide care and handling for animals that have significant behavioural issues which may include shyness, fearfulness and aggression. Must be able to routinely lift medium sized dogs. Walking the dogs... kennel in London... £16,800 per annum

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from: (+1 source) - 4 days ago

Pet Boarding Assistant  

Animal Recruiter - Birmingham, West Midlands (County), West Midlands

Clean kennels, including change litter boxes, water bowls, cages, glass doors, trash removal and floors, sweep and mop A keen instinct for animal safety, proper procedure and loving commitment for the... kennels... £17,240 per annum

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from: (+1 source) - 7 days ago

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Senior Kennel Assistant  

Lemsford Kennels and Cattery - Welwyn Garden City AL8

Throughout the day, the Kennel Manager may be required to answer incoming phone calls or deal with customer, you must be confident in liaising with customer and undertaking booking in & booking out administration... Kennel worker...

from: - 5 days ago

Animal Caregiver  

Animal Recruiter - Yeovil, Somerset, South West

This is a great opportunity to work for a supportive employer, who is committed to empowering their staff in their career ambitions. Availability to work on weekends Prior experience kennel live... £17,450 per annum

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from: (+1 source) - 4 days ago

Animal Care Technician  

Animal Recruiter - Croydon, Surrey, Surrey, South East

Other duties may include housekeeping tasks such as inventory management, receiving goods, stocking supplies Basic computer knowledge such as email, online forms, web-based training and other basic programs... kennel assistant senior... £24,450 per annum

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from: (+1 source) - 16 days ago

Veterinary Surgeon (Medicine Cert) - Middlesex  

Northolt, England

Ref: J35078/KM | Term: Perm | Rate: Negotiable Are you seeking a brand new opportunity within one of Londons leading vet groups? I am currently working with a well respected and well known veterinary group... kennel manager... 60.000 - 80.000

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Veterinary Surgeon - Acton  

Acton, England

Ref: J40904/KM | Term: Part Time | Rate: Negotiable Are you seeking a brand new opportunity within one of Londons leading vet groups? I am currently working with a well respected and well known veterinary... assistant kennel manager... 60.000 - 80.000

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Lecturer in Animal Science  

Principal Resourcing - Hull, North Humberside

Principal Resourcing is an Education Recruitment Business having sought agreement from their clients to find candidates for these roles, in accordance with the Employment Agencies and Employment Business... kennel assistants animal nursing assistants... 23531.0000 - 30965.00

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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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  • training Dana

    Do I need to take any official training course if I’d like to work as a kennel assistant ?

    • Les:

      Not at all necessary, if you have any it twill of course help, but it’s in no way essential. Experience, whether paid or unpaid, with animals is a plus.

      • C.g.b:

        Yes experience helps quite a bit. When I applied for my last position, I had experience in an animal welfare organisation and it certainly gave me a head start.

        • Dana:

          Sounds great thanks. I don’t expect the wages will be great, right?

          • Les:

            they’re not great, but they’re not bad either. It’ll depend on your lifestyle LOL

    • Lou:

      I must say that the wages are OK if you’re on your own or if with a family you husband’s wages are good. Otherwise it falls a bit short …

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