Animal Trainer Jobs in California

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3 California Animal Trainer jobs found on Monster.

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Tully’s Training, a small dog training company based in Los Angeles, is looking to hire a Dog Trainer! If you're passionate about working with animals and want to help people have better relationships with their dogs, we invite you to be part of our small but growing team! THE JOB / RESPONSIBILITIES: Communicate with and be available to your clients to set up and schedule appointments/sessions a...
Tully's Training Los Angeles County, CA, CA
Tully’s Training, a small dog training company based in Los Angeles, is looking to hire a Dog Trainer! If you're passionate about working with animals and want to help people have better relationships with their dogs, we invite you to be part of our small but growing team! THE JOB / RESPONSIBILITIES: Communicate with and be available to your clients to set up and schedule appointments/sessions a...
Are you an experienced leader, able to inspire team members to continually perform to a high standard? Do you have the skills to produce results benefiting the company, your team members and the clients? Downtown Dogs has a career opportunity for an enthusiastic, goal-oriented management professional who has a passion for leading great teams and a devotion to canine companions . We are currently ...

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Animal Trainer

Salaries

$14,560.00 - $43,680.00
Typical Salary for Animal Trainer in California
(21 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

High School
26.7%
Associates
26.7%
Some College Coursework Completed
20%
Bachelor's
20%
Vocational
6.7%
(15 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

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