10 Careers Your Dog Can Actually Take

Like us humans, dogs can also have different careers.

We have the top 10 jobs dogs can train in and actually work at.

  • Guide Dogs: …Common breeds include Labradors, Golden Retrievers, & German Sheperds. There are approximately 8,000-20,000 active service pups working each day.
  • War Dogs: …Today’s war dogs have a 98% success rate in bomb detection making them incredible assets in providing safety to their battalions. Military dogs have also been said to reduce PTSD symptoms if they are able to return home with their partners – there are now tons of war dog adoption programs.
  • Therapy Dogs: A therapy dog’s sole purpose is to make people feel better. You’ll see them walking the halls of hospitals, retirement homes, classrooms, hospices, nursing homes, and disaster relief areas…
  • Herding Dogs: …Herding dogs maintain control over livestock, rounding them up when it’s time to get back to farm…
  • Acting Dogs: …Acting dogs come in all shapes in sizes, but one thing they all have in common in the amazing ability to take direction and melt our hearts…
  • Search & Rescue Dogs: …These heroes go into serious disaster situation to retrieve lost humans. Imagine, these dogs risk their lives going into avalanches and other natural disasters saving humans…
  • Detection Dogs: These sleuths can find just about anything they’re trained to, from drugs to explosives, specific foods, humans, and even money. …Detection dogs can be employed at airports, police stations, borders, and schools.
  • Tracking & Hunting Dogs: …These dogs are trained to be the eye, ears, and retrievers for their human counterparts. These dogs are not only impressive because of their ability to track, but also they don’t chew their prey to pieces…
  • Sled Dogs: …Sled dogs have unmatchable resilience and many people in the most northern corners of the world rely on them solely for transportation and deliveries of crucial goods, (like medicine).
  • Best Friend Dogs: This is the most common dog job. …There is no question that nothing compares to the relationship between a human and their pup….

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