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Working as a Wildlife Rehabilitation Expert

Recent graduates from veterinary assistant schools have a wide range of career paths available to them. Many choose to work as veterinary technicians in offices or as animal trainers affiliated with pet stores. However, some people might crave a more exciting and exotic career path. If you would like to see the great outdoors and help animals in their natural habitats, then you might want to consider a career in wildlife rehabilitation.

A veterinary assistant who works in wildlife rehabilitation will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wild animals regain their health and be reintroduced into nature. In many cases, these are animals who may be on the endangered species list or are otherwise threatened, and working on rehabilitation and reintroduction into the wild can play a huge role in saving a species.

There are several government agencies, non-profit organizations and university programs that are involved in the care and treatment for sick and injured wildlife, along with private companies who also do work in this field. Many zoos are involved with the breeding and reintroduction of endangered species into the wild as well, meaning that there are plenty of career opportunities for people upon graduating veterinary assistant school.

However, working in wildlife rehabilitation is not for everyone. People who crave consistency and normalcy are probably better suited for more traditional, office-based animal jobs. Wildlife rehabilitators often have to wear several hats. They might be called on to feed, clean and care for animals and also give presentations to school children and other groups about the importance of animal conservation. It's a job that requires wearing a lot of different hats and being able to do whatever it takes to get the job done.

While it might not be for everyone, many people find that working in wildlife rehabilitation is one of the most rewarding animal careers possible. Not only do they get to experience many things that they normally would not as a vet assistant, they get the chance to save the lives of animals and return them to their natural environments.

 

 

 


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