Industry: Medical, Health, Fitness, Beauty
For all PET GROOMERS: It's a ruff job, but someone's got to do it. If you love animals, have great people skills then you might be ready for a career as a pet groomer. The main duty of a pet groomer is maintaining the pets physical appearance. Pet groomers need to be great with animals and people, listening to the owners' requests for how they want their pet to look and keeping the animals calm in what can be a stressful situation.
For all PET SITTERS & DAY CARE ATTENDANTS: Responsibility is the supervision, control, and management of daycare pets and ensuring the safety of the playgroup. The employee is also responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of the playrooms as well as other areas of the facility as assigned.
For all PET GROOMERS: The grooming process involves brushing and cutting the fur, clipping nails, cleaning ears, bathing, drying and finally styling the fur. Groomers may also be responsible for sanitizing combs and shears, scheduling appointments and reporting issues or assessments to pet owners. Also must keep the work area clean, which, when working with dog hair, means lots and lots of sweeping. also, take payment and may have to work cash registers.
For all PET SITTERS & DAY CARE ATTENDANTS: