We are currently accepting applications for internships for Spring / Summer 2019.
Interns will accompany trainers to private sessions with dog training and behavior clients in Ottawa County and our facility.. They will have the opportunity to observe history taking, evaluation and treatment of a variety of behavior problems in dogs (e.g. aggression, anxiety, general unruliness, etc.), as well as basic training. Interns will also be responsible for assisting with training and behavior modification in a variety of ways.
As interns progress in their understanding of dog behavior and their skill at working with the dogs, they will be able to work directly with the dogs more often. In addition, there is the possibility of paid positions in the future, depending on the performance of the intern and the needs of the company. The position will require 15 – 25 hours a week. Experience working with animals is NOT necessary, though preference may be given to those with experience. This is an unpaid position.
Have access to a car so you can transport yourself
Professional and reliable
Comfortable around a variety of dogs
Interest in pursuing a career in animal behavior or in learning more about dog behavior and training
Great personality, social, dynamic, and positive
If you are interested in the position, please send a resume and a cover letter explaining what you hope to gain from the position, why you believe you’d be a good candidate and your availability to email@example.com.