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My daughter-in-law the vet tech is not happy with the financial rewards of what she's doing, although she very much enjoys the work.  However, she indicated that if a tech can get certified in something like anesthesia, radiology, intensive care, or physical therapy, and can find a job in a larger animal hospital (read, larger city) then the money is more adequate for keeping one in clothes and shelter.  Oneself, not the animals :).  She also indicated that large animal training -- especially as regards horses -- is an elite field.  Massage therapy for horses for example. 

Best of luck,
b


On Sun, Oct 20, 2013 at 8:37 PM, Carie Nixon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

And there are always pet groomers, dog trainers, dog behaviorists, wildlife biologists, farmers, biology teacher, a therapist that uses animals (can be horses, dogs, etc).   

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