There is a Pedigree dog commercial I see on television which catches my eye and my heart. It tells us to not pity a shelter animal. When I decided to become a Veterinary Technician, I anticipated working in a vet office. Unpredictably, I changed my mind. Approximately a year ago, I began volunteering for the Denver Dumb Friends League at the Buddy Center in Castle Rock.
There is a Pedigree dog commercial I see on TV which catches my eye and my heart. It tells us to not pity a shelter animal. When I decided to become a Veterinary Technician, I expected to work in a vet office, but have changed my mind. I began volunteering for the Denver Dumb Friends League, at the Buddy Center in Castle Rock, about a year ago. A shelter is not always the easiest place to work, but I feel it is where I’m most able to make a difference.
I could retain hours by feeding or working with my rabbits. By feeding and watering and working my horse, or just by spending time with my animals. But instead of using them for my hours, which i do on a day-to-day basis anyways, i decided to help and volunteer at the animal shelter. During my visits to the shelter, I was able to view all the different dogs that just wanted to be placed in a loving home. The staff at the shelter warned my parents and me to keep the dogs at a fair distance from each other as a lot of the dogs didn 't do well with other dogs.
There should also be more rules... ... middle of paper ... ...om her mother and transported to a pet store where she was locked in a cage until she was purchased by my friend Hailey. I want you to think about her excitement to have a home and Hailey’s excitement to have a new pet to love. Now I want you to think about Hailey receiving the devastating news that her puppy had to be euthanized and Daisy’s fear as she was taken from her owner’s hands and put to death. D. Call to Action: Challenge your audience to be a responsible pet consumer and not purchase dogs from pet stores or from the Internet. I encourage you to instead, adopt from their local animal shelter.
I cannot wait to work alongside a veterinarian and fellow technicians or assistants. I believe that the way I feel about an animal’s welfare will make me an appropriate asset to any veterinary care team. I understand that animals have all the feelings and the emotions humans have. I wish to make a difference in an animal and he or she’s caregivers’ life. I know that as a veterinary technician it will not be easy and the recovery of an animal will not always unfortunately be successful.
Interesting in the sense of how they react to certain things or how they behave in their nature habitat. When animals are injured they need people to help them out. It is like a fifty-fifty percent chance the animal will make it out alive if the injury is severe. That is how some animals become endangered or maybe even instinct. Ever since I was in middle and high school I have always had in mind that I would study to become a Veterinarian; helping and healing dogs and cats.
Besides doing the lower work I get to sit in on surgery and restrain pets during their vaccinations and nail trims. It is amazing experience and makes me even more motivated to work harder towards my career to be a Veterinarian by age
A Veterinarian Technician (vet techs) can have a rough life when the job involves saving animals. However the job takes, schooling, commitment, and having passion and love for animals. Being able to work and handle animals is a dream come true; it allows people to see what a pet could do for it’s handler. Maintaining a job that researches certain illnesses and broken bones allows a veterinarian technician to help animals in need. This helps bridge the gap between environment and families all over the world who love animals.
Being a camp counselor, I can plan out activities to do with children, similar to how I would have to plan out the events I would do for my volunteer project. All of the knowledge and expertise I have gained from these leadership positions can help me ensure my volunteer project would be successful. Being a leader can be hard, but that is part of the job, and I believe I am well qualified. When others give up, I keep going. I believe I owe something to those animals out there; I want to show them that there are good people in the world, good people who wont constantly abuse them.
A litter of puppies gets dropped off down a dirt road, they soon will go to an animal shelter, and eventually, prison. More than 15 million animals face possible death in shelters and are being rescued by a surprising group of people: prisoners (Rhoades). Animals in shelters die every day because of limited amount of space, injuries, and behavior problems that cause them not to be adopted. They shouldn’t have to suffer from lack of attention since they have done nothing wrong. Instead, the animals could be sent to prisons for training by inmates, which would increase the animal’s chances of being adopted.