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    Shelter Groomer

    Location: Omaha, Nebraska

    Nebraska Humane Society

    Health of the shelter animals skin and coat. Bathing and professional grooming. Clean grooming equipment. Humane and safe animal handling according to NHS. General cleaning. Must report any behaviour or medical observation. Carry out proper grooming room closing procedure before the end of the shift.

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    Community Cat Program Coordinator - Four Directions (Kanab, UT)

    Location: Kanab, Utah

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Location: Kanab, Utah

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    Veterinary Technicians and Assistants

    Location: Lakeland, Florida

    SPCA Florida

    Veterinary Technicians and Assistants

    Join our compassionate team of professionals and soar to new heights with us to help more animals than ever before. SPCA Florida is seeking a full time experienced veterinary technician, to join our busy and growing team. To celebrate our 40th year of saving lives, SPCA Florida has set a 2019 goal to double the number of animals lives saved from 4,000 to 8,000. This is an exciting time to grow with us as a member of our team!

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    Utility Manager

    Location: Kanab, Utah

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Location: Kanab, Utah

    Position Summary:

    Responsible for overseeing the general vision, direction and all aspects of all Sanctuary utilities to maximize resources, meet objectives, budget, safety, and operational plans; including all construction regarding to the applications, installation, documentation, and reporting of water, power, propane gas lines, phone cables, and fiberoptic cables, and the mapping of all utilities in a digital form.

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    Animal Control Officer

    Location: Reno, Nevada

    Nevada Humane Society

    We are looking to grow our teams with people who share our energy and passion for helping homeless animals within the Northern Nevada Community. For our full-time employees we offer awesome benefits! We pay for 90% towards Medical & Vision and offer an affordable opportunity for Dental. Additionally, we offer both Part-Time staff and Full-time staff PTO (Paid Time Off). Our Full-time staff enjoy paid holidays, and lastly all of our staff enjoy the reward of finding loving homes for our homeless pet population.

    Come join our team today!

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    Educator/Animal Control Officer/Animal Care Specialist

    Location: Huntington, Indiana

    Huntington County Humane Society

    Educates the public on proper pet care at public events and one on one situations. Candidate must act in a professional manner at all times and have a strong customer service background. Responsible for capture, removal and impoundment of stray, aggressive, abused or dangerous dogs and cats. Investigates animal on human bite cases, reports of animal attacks or animal cruelty, interviews witnesses and collects evidence; writes reports of activities and maintains files of impoundments, quarantines, and dispositions of animals.

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    A rose for Colton

    The ladies of Front Street Animal Shelter vie for handsome Colton’s affections.

    Sacramento shelter combines 'The Bachelor' parody with adoption promotion

    The catfight starts in the dog yard at Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, California. Four women in high heels and bodycon dresses vie for the affections of Colton, a handsome hunk of a dog. As the competition escalates, there are tearful recriminations, backstabbing asides to the camera and an ugly confrontation over a leash.

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    Answering the calls of the wild

    Chief animal control officer Jennifer Toussaint checks the condition of a baby fox.

    Fox in the yard? Bat in the bedroom? Injured bird in the road? No call is too small for the Animal Welfare League of Arlington

    In suburban Northern Virginia, the Animal Welfare League of Arlington’s service calls are an even split between domestic and wild animals. Pledged to resolve all human-animal conflicts safely and humanely, AWLA staff find daily ways to promote peaceful coexistence among all the region’s creatures.

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    This 'little' piggy

    Many pig owners buy minipigs and are less-than-enthused when they suddenly have to carry a pig the size of an adult human up and down the stairs.

    They don’t actually exist, but that doesn’t stop “mini” pigs from showing up at shelters

    Deceptive breeders, naive buyers and the pet pig fad among celebrities—pop princesses and famous athletes, we’re looking at you—are causing shelters’ and sanctuaries’ porcine populations to skyrocket. Here’s how to care for smart, strong-willed pigs in a shelter environment and help wannabe pig parents make smart decisions.

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