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Animal Care Jobs

The Animal care sector is worth  a  £1 billion to the UK economy . It is estimated that there is around  13,000 businesses, nearly 80,000 employees and an array of volunteers and voluntary organisations.

A career within the animal care sector can be within the retail sector such as  pet shops, small enterprises such as boarding kennels, catteries, though to Zoos such as Edinburgh and and Wildlife parks in Scotland which include Blair Drummond Safari park .Organisations such as the SPCA-Scottish Prevention of Cruelty to animals and the SRSPB-Scottish Royal Protection of Birds ,keep the neccessary awareness of animal care and protection in the public eye.

To work within the animal care sector a qualification is necessary in most cases such as degree in Vetenary Science,Diploma or NVQ.

Opportunities exist in the sector throughout Scotland and below you will find the latest Animal care jobs in Scotland. 

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