Dog Handler Resume Examples

dog handler

  • Paying attention to dog specific details. 
  • maintaining a safe and fun environment.
  • getting tasks done in a timely manner. 
  • adapting to change.
  • upholding and exceeding sanitary standards.
  • Communicate with colleagues about daily duties.

dog handler

  • Walk dogs, feed dogs, Watch groups from 10-30 dogs at a time. 
  • Prepare Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner for dogs. 
  • Prepare dogs for check-in and check out in the facility. 
  • Deep cleaning around the facility. 

dog handler

  • Watch over 100+ dogs at a time.
  • Cleaning responsibilities. 
  • Physically demanding. 
  • Received a raise after one month of work. 
  • Praised regularly for working harder than coworkers.  

dog handler

  • Observe animals for signs of illness, injury, or unusual behavior; notifying employer or owner/ guardian as warranted.
  • Disinfecting stalls, pens, yard and equipment.
  • Feeding, walking and providing medications to dogs when necessary.
  • Handling money and discussing dog(s) visit with owner/ guardian
  • Tending to other duties such as laundry, repainting buildings, refilling pools and holes, packaging flower seeds, printing off forms we regularly fill out and organizing files. 

dog handler

  • Managed groups of dogs behavior and activity
  • Maintained great customer service with clients
  • Adapted to any situation while sometimes not having a supervisor around
  • Prepared facility for opening and closing shifts including setting security, cleaning, and maintenance
  • Ensured proper medication and feeding was done for overnight shifts

dog handler

  • Interact with dogs in playgroups using appropriate toys and tools to ensure safe levels of play and minimizing stress levels of all dogs in playgroup.
  • Maintain visual observation of dogs at all times and spread attention and play among all dogs in playgroup.
  • Assist in preparing food for boarding dogs.
  • Update and maintain customer information records, such vaccine records 

dog handler

  • Rehabilitate abused and fearful dogs by desensitizing them to certain triggers
  • Administer medication to the dogs
  • Exercise the dogs through long walks
  • Conduct training programs in order to develop and maintain desired animal behaviors for competition, entertainment, obedience, security

dog handler

  • Monitor packs of dogs for behavioral shifts in order to maintain a safe environment for the animals and staff.
  •  Observe animals for signs of illness, injury, or unusual behavior; notifying managers as needed.
  • Train workers in the facilities animal care procedures, maintenance duties, and safety precautions.
  • Maintain and clean facilities.
  • Perform routine tasks such as bathing, grooming, feeding, watering, walking, and exercising the dogs.
  • Perform basic first aid as needed for injuries such as minor cuts, scratches, or broken nails.

dog handler

  • Clean facilities and equipment such as dog pens/training yard 
  • Trained in dog handling and training techniques for tracking, crowd control, and narcotics and bomb detection.

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