Kennel 18 views1 application
- Salary Offer Commensurate with Experience
- Experience Level Entry Level
- Total Years Experience 0-12 months
- Education GED
Full Time Position; Schedule will include 4 days during the week with some 12 p – close shifts; Saturdays, 4p-close; occasional Sunday hours; some holidays.
Through regular and reliable attendance, participates with the hospital team, providing input and taking initiative to enhance the team’s function by:
1.) Providing compassionate animal care giving to all pets boarding and/or hospitalized in the facility.
2.) Providing courteous customer service when admitting pets to facility and returning pets to clients. Communicates courteously and professionally with clients over the phone and by email as well. When admitting pets to boarding, ensures all consent forms are signed; special instructions are noted; and pets’ belongings are properly labeled.
3.) Monitoring boarding pets’ behaviors, including eating, drinking, and elimination patterns, to identify potential problems and notifying a supervisor or DVM of concerns.
4.) Assisting LVTs, ACAs, and DVMs with patient restraint during treatments when requested.
5.) Providing enrichment and ensuring comfort and well-being of boarding pets through walking, feeding, playtimes, and access to clean blankets and food/water bowls.
6.) Bathes boarders, performs nail trims and cleans ears as required.
7.) Facilitates socialization of pets through approved supervised playtimes.
8.) Discreetly handles arrangements for deceased pets as requested.
9.) Assists with maintaining cleanliness of hospital, boarding areas, and grounds.
10.) Performs other related tasks as required.
EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED.
EXPERIENCE: Experience in handling animals preferred.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Very strenuous, heavy lifting (50lbs.); handling large animals; on feet throughout entire day; bending; squatting, reaching, pulling.
HAZARDS: Animal bites, Exposure to animal bodily fluids, Exposure to hazardous sterilizing chemicals, insecticides, and pharmaceutical/hazardous waste.