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  1. “What is man without the beasts? If all the beasts were gone, man would die from great loneliness of spirit. For whatever happens to the beasts, soon happens to man. All things are connected.” Chief Seattle (Duwamish tribe)

  2. Animal-oriented Careers

  3. Veterinarian

  4. *Veterinarian*Veterinary technician

  5. *Veterinarian*Veterinary technician* Public health

  6. Veterinary education & careers • Education: 28 schools (US, Canada), ___________________ • Practice: private or academic, general or specialty • Public health • Industry • Regulatory/food supply • Military or International (ex: CVM) • _____________________ • Zoos, wild animal parks • Mix of any of the above

  7. Veterinary Technician Education & Careers • Education: ~100 schools, 1-3 yr (RVT) to 4 yr technology degree* • Careers: • Practice – private, academic, general or specialty • Academic – teaching, research (labs, colonies) • Industry • Public health and education • Zoos and wildlife habitats *see text chapter for additional training and society memberships available

  8. Public health careers • B______________ • Agriculture, toxicology, chemistry, food science, water science, biotechnology, etc. • Centers for disease control and prevention • CDC (Ames Iowa), US gov’t, Plum Is., Zoos • US Dept of Agriculture • Foreign Disease Surveillance (APHIS)

  9. Animal-oriented careers Agriculture

  10. Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture

  11. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture

  12. Arts, graphic, Media design Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management

  13. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management ________

  14. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management Chemistry Engineering Architecture

  15. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management Chemistry Engineering, Architecture Law & legislation

  16. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management Chemistry Engineering, Architecture Law & legislation Literature & Education

  17. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management Chemistry Engineering, Architecture Mathematics Biostatistics ____________ Law & legislation Literature & Education

  18. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management Chemistry Engineering, Architecture Psychology & counseling Law & legislation Mathematics Biostatistics Epidemiology Literature & Education

  19. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management Veterinary technician Chemistry Engineering, Architecture Veterinarian Psychology & counseling Law & legislation Mathematics Biostatistics Epidemiology Literature & Education

  20. Biology, Zoology & Biotechnology Arts, graphic, Media design Animal-oriented careers Agriculture Business & Management Veterinary technician Chemistry Engineering, Architecture Veterinarian Psychology & counseling Law & legislation Mathematics Biostatistics Epidemiology Literature & Education

  21. “Knowing is not enough; we must apply.Willing is not enough; we must do.” (Goethe) “The world is run by those who show up.” (Hill)

  22. Companion Animal Industry &Business Or “You can make a living at what you enjoy doing”

  23. Animal Industry • Petfood - - - • Services • Supplies • Businesses and leaders

  24. Petfood Industry • Foods • History (Spratt’s Dog Cakes 1870, Purina Chow 1898, Milk Bones 1908, cans 1920, k/d 1943, extrusion 1954) • Income • U.S. = __________ manufacturers produce 8 million tons annually • ~1800 manufacturers, > 40,000 products ______________ • $20 billion US, ~$35 billion worldwide (US dollars) • Types: canned, ____, ________, _______

  25. Petfood Industry • Treats, snacks • NOT intended to be complete diets! • Types: • Baked or __________ • Animal parts (cow hooves, sow ears, pizzles) • Rawhides and chews • Desserts (ex: Dr. Tisnick’s Frosty Paws for dogs) • Income: > $4 billion global (>___% of pet owners purchase products annually)

  26. Petfood Industry • Regulation • Standards • Quality assurance • Enforcement • Agencies • FDA • USDA • __________ • FTC • State legal agencies

  27. Treats & Snacks

  28. Who’s involved in product manufacture and sales? Management Business, statistics, accounting ____________ Biochemistry Toxicology Chemistry, food chemistry A___________, food production Engineering, tool & dye manufacture Architecture, storage Biology, microbiology, parasitology Materials science Education and literature ____________ Graphic arts, media design Marketing and sales Regulatory, law, inspection services Transportation services Distribution industries ______________ Petfood industry

  29. Trends • U.S. population • More single and/or childless households • More urban environments, social complexity • Growing geriatric population • Busy lifestyle + smaller living spaces = more cats, birds, reptiles, pocket pets • www.appma.org

  30. Pet Services • For the individual pet or family • _____________ • Medical care • Insurance agencies • Behavior training and therapy • Kennels, catteries, boarding, daycare • Grief and family counseling

  31. Pet Services • For the pet-owning population • Education opportunities & materials • Product research, development • Product retail centers • _____________________________ • Breed, enthusiast & show groups • Public health organizations • Regulatory and law enforcement agencies

  32. Pet Supplies “Beyond food and treats” • Toys for fun • Transportation • - • - • Restraints (leashes, collars, etc) • Environmental enrichment • ___________________ • Enriched enclosures • Instructional toys • Videos, music • www.nssvet.org/ici • www.bustercube.com/fun_site/buster_1.mov

  33. Businesses & Leaders • Setting up a business • Location and building issues • Laws and statutes (OSHA, etc) • ___________________ • Record keeping • Changing face of animal status • Animal industry leaders