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Zookeeper Job Description, Career as a Zookeeper, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job

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Education and Training: Associate's degree in animal training management; bachelor's degree in biology or zoology

Salary: Median—$14 per hour

Employment Outlook: Good

Definition and Nature of the Work

Zookeepers take care of some of the largest and smallest creatures in captivity, from African elephants to Amazonian frogs. Depending on the zoological park or aquarium in which they work, keepers may be assigned to care for a broad group of animals such as mammals, birds, or reptiles, or they may work with a more specific collection of animals such as primates or large cats.

Zookeepers prepare balanced diets for the animals in their care. Many animals, especially the more exotic breeds, eat only certain foods; for example, koalas eat only the leaves of eucalyptus trees. In addition to preparing the animals' meals, zookeepers feed the animals, which can be a complicated undertaking: some can be fed only in the daytime while others must be fed at night. The animals must be fed every day, so keepers frequently work on weekends and holidays. The responsibilities of zookeepers also include watering, bathing, and exercising the animals, and cleaning, disinfecting, and repairing their cages or tanks.

Because zookeepers spend so much time with the animals, they can provide zoo managers with valuable information on animal behavior, interactions, health concerns, environmental factors, and conservation efforts. Keepers must be well informed so they can answer questions from zoo visitors.

Zookeepers are employed at all sizes of zoos, aquariums, and wildlife refuges throughout the country. They work alongside animal curators, veterinarians, and resident zoologists.

Animal curators are scientists in charge of the animals. With the help of zookeepers, they shift animals from one location to another, moving tigers to winter quarters, placing an ape in a new home, or giving a lioness and her cubs the privacy they need. They encourage breeding, apply medicines, and study animal behavior.

To keep the animals healthy, zoo veterinarians spend a lot of time practicing preventive medicine. They are faced with very special challenges because little is known about the diseases of some species. Sometimes zoo vets have to develop their own treatments.

Resident zoologists are also animal scientists, and their work frequently overlaps with that of curators and veterinarians. Some zoologists are in charge of the educational aspects of the zoo such as preparing descriptions of animals or designing habitats that simulate those found in nature.

Education and Training Requirements

While many zookeepers get their start by volunteering at a zoo, the entry-level keeper position usually requires an associate's degree or, more often, a bachelor's degree. Training in animal science, zoology, conservation biology, wildlife management, or animal behavior is preferred. Caretakers for marine mammals such as seals may need a degree in animal science, biology, marine biology, zoology, psychology, or a related field, plus strong swimming skills and SCUBA certification. To work in zoos or aquariums that are operated by the local government, candidates may have to pass a civil service exam. Curators, zoologists, and veterinarians are expected to have advanced degrees.

Getting the Job

Interested candidates can gain valuable experience in the field by serving as a zoo volunteer, a humane society volunteer, or a veterinary worker. Prospective zookeepers should apply directly to the personnel departments of various zoos. School placement offices, online zoological Web sites, and professional journals also list job openings.

Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

According to the American Association of Zoo Keepers, some applicants for zookeeper jobs "may become frustrated over the initial difficulty in entering the animal care profession. [However,] the future for careers in zoo work continues to expand and is promising for both men and women." Chances for advancement to managerial positions is possible but rather limited. Zookeepers may be promoted to the post of senior keeper, assistant head keeper, head keeper, or assistant curator. With additional education zookeepers may become curators, veterinarians, or zoologists. A zookeeper may also advance by moving to a larger zoo. The number of zoos in the United States is not expected to increase greatly in the near future, so stiff competition will exist for all zoo positions.

Working Conditions

Zookeepers do not have glamorous, high-paying jobs; they enter the field because of their love for animals. Much of their work requires physical strength, patience with the animals, and the ability to make detailed observations and keep accurate records. Captive animals require attention twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, so the hours can be long and exhausting. A special kind of dedication is needed to stay at a zoo through the night nursing a sick animal, or to get up in the middle of the night to meet a pair of rhinos arriving at the airport.

Animal odors and the smell of cleaning fluids may be disagreeable to some people. Having to euthanize old or sick animals can be emotionally stressful. However, most people who enter the profession love animals and receive great satisfaction from helping and working with them. In some places caretakers wear uniforms. Employers may provide uniforms or an allowance for their purchase and cleaning.

Where to Go for More Information

American Association of Zoo Keepers, Inc.
3601 SW 29th St., Ste. 133
Topeka, KS 66614-2054
http://www.aazk.org/

The American Zoo and Aquarium Association
8403 Colesville Rd., Ste. 710
Silver Spring, MD 20910-3314
(301) 562-0777
http://www.aza.org/

Earnings and Benefits

Considering the rigorous academic qualifications required, zookeeping is not a particularly high-paying profession. Curators, veterinarians, and zoologists earn considerably more than zookeepers, but these positions require even more years of study and higher degrees. Zookeepers with limited education and experience may start at little more than minimum wage. Online salary surveys indicate that the median salary for zookeepers is $14 per hour or $28,000 per year. If they invest in additional training, experienced zookeepers can make more than $40,000 per year, depending on the size of their zoo and where it is located. Typically, zoos in metropolitan areas pay the most. Benefits for full-time zookeepers usually include paid vacations, accident and health insurance, and retirement plans.

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almost 4 years ago

Hello fellow animal lovers
My name is Griffin and I am glad to be on this forum.
I have been in the zookeeping industry for over 20 years now and I am loving life. My girlfriend says that zookeeping is not a profound profession (Excuse my alliteration). But of course, I disagree, after all she is a lion. I know right, that was punny, but very true. If anyone wants to converse over zookeeping, then please, email me ASAP! I am answering all questions about it. HOPE TO SEE YOU IN THE INBOX! Bye :)

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over 5 years ago

For my English class, we have to do a research paper on a career we might be interested in. I decided to do zookeeper, since no one in my school (basically all football jocks or idiots) would decide to do a career like that. I never knew how interesting this career was...It's amazing how much dedication it takes to care for creatures.
I hope to either be a veterinarian or a zookeeper. Those are my two career choices. At the moment, I'm leaning towards zookeeper because it sounds like it has so much more variety than a vet. Every day will be different in this line of work, and that's what I want: variety.
If I can become a zookeeper, I would love to specialize with the big cats: tigers, lions, cheetahs, here I come!

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over 7 years ago

To a few of the questions below: There are some colleges that actually have programs that put you hands on in the zookeeping field itself. One called Moorepark in California, and Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo in Gainesville, Florida. Both are associates degrees, but are transferable to bachelors in certain parts of the US. This field is demanding, but the rewards are amazing. Yes you get days off, thats what fellow keepers are for. The 24 hour 7 day/wk thing is if an animal needs you, then you need to be there for them. You will be rewarded for that time in the end, no matter how long you are at the facility. How often do you hear people say "I got to hold a Lemur, or I trained an elephant today, or assisting in a vet round to see the Bald Eagle hatchlings was amazing?" Probably not as cool as it would be if you would be the one saying it. The pay isn't great, but who needs an excessive amount of luxuries to live on these days. You are able to afford the house, car, and kids with this. Plus hopefully you will have a spouse to help. There is always a way to make it work. These animals need us more than people realize. Too many species are becoming endangered from poaching and loss of habitat. They depend on us. I do this job definitely not because of the money, but for the animals who depend on me. I don't wait for the check to come in the mail as much as I wait for the next day I get to work with my animals. It's amazing, but not everyone is cut out for it.

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over 5 years ago

hi, i really love working with animals and want to become a zookeeper. I was interested in knowing what kind of math requirments there are for this job, because between you and me i am not the best at math. I'm ok at biology but would be better if i had tried harder at the begining of the year. Im really enjoying bio., and am going to take a physiology class next year plus AP sycology the year after. would taking an anatomy and physiology class help when it comes to taking animal science and wildlife manegment in college?



Sincerly,

a hopeful zookeeper

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almost 6 years ago

i love this website i want to be a zookeeper and it helped a lot

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over 9 years ago

It takes alot more than a love of animals to succeed in the field. I have worked in the field for 6 years. You really do have to be good at science and have good reasoning skills. It is not just feeding and playing with animals. You have to know when to get them care and you have to deal with fecal matter. It is hard work and alot of times you will be called in during the middle of the night to take care of any situations. The pay is kind of middle of the road. But I will be honest, it is worth it, bt you have to be willing to get dirty and wake up in the night. And competition for the job is fierce. LOng gone are the days where volunteers can work their way to the top. I know people who have been working their way up for 15 years and they are blown out of the water by a 22 year old fresh out of college with a bio or zoology degree. It is really impressive and gives you a better cjance of landing the job if you have a degree, preferably a BS. But whatever you do, good luck. It is a really rewarding job. oh, and yes, biology is an excellent degree for zookeeping. zoology is just a more specific type of biology (animal biology). Oh, and you could really impress you employer by haveing a minor in something like animal science or wildlife management. There are numerous paths for this career. Good Luck!

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about 9 years ago

I have wanted to be a zookeeper or zoologist for as long as i can remember. It has been my dream and passion to work side by side with animals and dedicate my life to them. This page was incredibly usefull and helped me a lot. It is still hard for me to decide whether to be a zoologist or an elephant conservationist, because elephants are my main passion, but this page of information got me that much closer. Thank you.

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about 6 years ago

I WANT TO BE TUTLE ZOOKEEPER AND I AM 8 I HOPE BE IT

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about 8 years ago

for the person who is trying to decid between a vet and a zookeeper but is struggling because 'luxuries' is an issue...here is my response. the article stated that people become zookeepers because they love animals. simple as that. you either want to work with aniamls in captivity and try to make them happy or you dont. no being a zookeeper is not luxurious. and if you ever thought that then your ignorant. this is one of the few careers that is an actual passion. so if 'luxuries' is your issue it seriously is not for you and you shouldnt waste your time.

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over 5 years ago

I've loved animals for the longest time. Ever since I was 12 I knew I wanted to work with animals. I think zookeeping will be an amazing job oppertunity.

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almost 9 years ago

Thanks for the stie i am doing a report on this. It helped a lot!

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almost 5 years ago

I would ;ike to work in the zoo because i LOVE animals:}

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over 6 years ago

Dear Zookeeping enthusiats,

It has come to my attention there is a imposter amongst us. Actually there's ten! It may just be me but I've never seen the word rawks or heard zoos described as BEAST. Also it's a little strange to end a post with WEEEEEE! For these reasons and more I believe: leona, iluvanimals, holly, dominique, billie (my favorite), terra, morgan, leah (both 23 and 36 versions), and till's are the same person!!! You may know this culprit by the alias Tree Hugger. She's also known to have two accomplices, Spots and Girly. Apparently Spots is the coolest. She may post again under another alias so be on the lookout. Don't be bamboozeled again!

Sincerely,

Ace Ventura

Pet Detective

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Zookeeper Discussion

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over 9 years ago

iwant to work as a zookeeper

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over 4 years ago

I love animals but i was just wondering? What is the rarest animals yiu guys have in captivie? Also how many zoos have kamodo dragons?

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over 4 years ago

hi i never thought being a zookeeper was so much work!!! :)

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over 4 years ago

hi,im doing my ppl on a zookeeper,and there is no websites i could find,besides this one

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almost 5 years ago

how long does it take to achieve a career goal for zookeeping?

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over 9 years ago

i luv animals they are the bomb

and cute

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almost 4 years ago

I love animals



I hope to become a zookeeper!!!!!

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over 4 years ago

i really love this, it's awsome also, a quick way to learn how to be a zookeeper and facts and based on this i've learned plenty thanks, to you i'm going to tell my friends about this!!!!!

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over 4 years ago

can you give me more info about the zoo?

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over 6 years ago

i am 14 and am pretty sure that i wanna be a zoo keeper, But i only wanna to work with certain animals, and i am not good at science at all even tho i choose a science subject, and i am worried that if i take this job then i wont have as much time to hang out with friends( because of there working times or just not having many days off.) and family, and just alone time, and also about wages and how much i would earn in a week like if it is a suitable job for me to be doing, or should i be doing something else.

If you could answer these questions it would help me in a huge way! Thanks. (:

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over 5 years ago

hi

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almost 9 years ago

I am currently a high school volunteer at my zoo and I love it. Working at the zoo is only for certain people. You pick up poop almost continuous, it smells, it is dirty and most of all it is completely satisfying! I can't express how much I want to work at a zoo some day but if you want to be a zoo keeper some day start volunteering. Be a good volunteer and show that you can be trusted, being trusted as a volunteer will help you when you want a job because you will have good references from the keepers you volunteered for and they will want you. Just try your hardest and you can make it, but not with out hard work.

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over 8 years ago

i really want to be a zookeeper when i grow up, however i worry that i will not get a good salary and not be able to live life with the luxuries i want! therefore i am now struggling to choose between the life of a zookeeper or vet,,, but i know that zookeepin is something i would enjoy more and prefer to take as my career choice. do you think that zoo keepers get paid a lot,(what is there average salary?) and would u reccomend i go 4 tht job or the job of a vet tht i maybe dnt enjoy as much?

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almost 5 years ago

After reading this post, I think Zookeeper job needs too much dedication because Zookeepers spend lots of time in care of animals. They take care of everything about animals like their food, bathing, health and many more things. Basically, Zookeeper cares for an animal like a baby.

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almost 4 years ago

I love animals



I hope to become a zookeeper!!!!!

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over 5 years ago

AYE MAN I LUH THIS JOB .

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almost 3 years ago

i loveeee animals and i like the salary

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about 5 years ago

I'm currently volunteering at a Wildlife Sanctuary that rescues exotic animals from illegal breeders and owners. I did it to gain hours to get into Vet school, but I love it so much, I want to be a keeper instead of a vet.

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over 5 years ago

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about 9 years ago

hey, i want to become a zoo keeper 2 but i want to know what math degrees you need. im great at my biology and english but im low down in the math department:( is math a major requirement for the job? i live on a farm (horses sheep etc) would this give me an advantage because i've worked with animals a lot or not??

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over 6 years ago

Hi, I am not sure if anyone can answer my question, but I am about to finish an associates degree in biology and hopefully by next semester or year i'm going to be done with the psychology A.A, but I am planning to go for my BS as of this fall or next spring, do you think I have good chances in getting a job as a zookeeper ? and will it give me time to focus on my studies as well?

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over 9 years ago

I love animals!!! i want to be a zookeeper... but I didnt relly know what the job was like. This site RAWKS!!!

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almost 9 years ago

this id great info for a report thanks

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over 4 years ago


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over 3 years ago

I love zoos.

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almost 4 years ago

I love animals



I hope to become a zookeeper!!!!!

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over 4 years ago

I LOVE ANIMALS!!!!!!!!! THERE SOOO AWESOME!this is a good webpage:)

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over 4 years ago

i really love this, it's awsome also, a quick way to learn how to be a zookeeper and facts and based on this i've learned plenty thanks, to you i'm going to tell my friends about this!!!!!

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over 8 years ago

what are the hours?

And is 30,000 really enough for a year?

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over 6 years ago

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over 9 years ago

i think i might be interested in this kind of job now

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over 5 years ago

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almost 6 years ago

i really, really like working with animals and i would lloovvee to be a zoo keeper!!! {i live on a big farm}

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about 6 years ago

Ahhhhhh, I really want to be a zookeeper, it's been my lifetime dream, but now, seeing the pay, I'm just torn between getting a better job and doing what I want to do. Though the answer may sound obvious, you get higher pay stacking shelves at Coles! AHHHHHH!!!!! My big dream is to open my own zoo, but maybe I should get a good job, save some money and then open one (I know, it's a crazy dream :S)

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over 8 years ago

i really love animals and would love a job with something to do with animals like a zoo keeper but the thing is, i dont think that the pay would be good enough for the lucturies i would like in life. also the hours are very long and i do like to take time off to see my family and friends. would that be a problem in zookeeping? and what classes should i take in university for the job as a zookeeper?

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over 8 years ago

I've had a hard time deciding what to do after high school, but when I came across the idea of being a zookeeper I was immediately in love. I was just wondering what kind of high school classes are good to take before college if you want to go for a bachelor's degree in zoology or animal science. I'm already planning on taking psychology, chemistry, wildlife management, ecology, economy, and advanced biology, but I'm not sure exactly what is practical to take. Any suggestions?

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over 4 years ago

you suck

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over 5 years ago

It has great retirement!!!

Being a zookeeper was always my dream!!!!!(: once i quit working at Coyote Ugly, i'll be sure to go to animal training school. Hopefully by the time I'm 55 I'll graduate.

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over 9 years ago

Dogs and cats are the best! I'm going to specialize in large cats and wolves and animals related to dogs. Can't wait to learn more.

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over 9 years ago

i love animals

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almost 5 years ago

Im going to be a zookeeper when i get 50!

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over 5 years ago

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almost 9 years ago

How does a zoo keeper use math in this profession?

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over 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

This website is so helpful!
I wanted to be a vet because I love animals and it was the first thing that came to mind but my mom reminded me that it involves lots of blood and seeing animals in pain so I did some researcher and I came to this, witch I am really happy about. :)
Thank you person who created this web site!

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almost 6 years ago

This was AMAZING!!

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almost 4 years ago

I love animals



I hope to become a zookeeper!!!!!

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over 5 years ago

hey i love animals and pets im 13 and hope to be one

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about 6 years ago

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almost 9 years ago

I have always felt a passion for animals of every sort. I want to work with animals more than anything. Working with animals may be smelly, exhuasting, and dirty, but it's so gratifying! I want to specialize in anything to do with avians, because my heart soars with them when they take flight.

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over 9 years ago

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almost 6 years ago

So im doing a project for my animal care class and this website helped SOO MUCH!



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almost 9 years ago

I have always wanted to be a zoo keeper. It's been my dream ever since I can remenber.

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over 9 years ago

this site is the beast thanks so much

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over 6 years ago

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over 6 years ago

I think this page is wonderful. It gave me a lot of useful information. I love animals and I have thought about many animal careers that I would love to do. A couple years ago I finally decided that I want to be a zookeeper. I have lots of experience with animals. I am just about to start college in a couple of months to work towards a zoo keeping career. Are there any Pennsylvania colleges that offer courses for this type of career?

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almost 9 years ago

ever since my dog piper died i got 2 other dogs one name is girly and the other spots I love animals my family calls me the Tree Hugger. i luv animals they are the bomb and cute

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almost 8 years ago

I have worked at an Indiana zoo for two years now. It is lots of hard work. And "loving animals" really isn't enough. You have to be willing to get soaking wet from hosing in every month of the year(hot and cold). You must also be friendly and tolerant every day. Being a zookeeper requires alot of patience. And, although you love the animals, they don't love you as much. You're going to sweat, I guarentee, you'll get dirty, and smelly. It's not glamourous and the pay is crap. I love it, but I wouldn't recommend it. Make sure you know what you're getting yourself into.

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over 8 years ago

i know it takes a lot of your time being a zoo keeper, i really am planning on being one myself...
my question was that do you get any days off at all? or are you working everyday of the year?

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over 9 years ago

I love animals so much i have 2 dogs and ilove them so much because it is still puppyes and the first one is called girly and spots is that coolor what

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over 9 years ago

i have been searching for the specific job that is right for me, and i think that this might be the one. i've worked at a zoo before, and i think that it is something that i would love to do for the rest of my life.

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over 9 years ago

being a zookeeper sounds like alot of work! But hey! I love doing alot of work because I LOVE animals! I'll work at any zoo that is in great shape because then i'll know the animals are in great condition!!

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over 9 years ago

I think animals are great and im gonnna be a zookeeper, WEE!

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about 5 years ago

I'm doing this for my Fashion class and this site hasnt helped me one bit. Personally,it's a tad bit ghetto.

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over 9 years ago

I have always loved animals now even more since my dog Piper died three days after Christmas. so now and then I always wanted this job. See ya guys later bye.

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about 6 years ago

i want to be a zookeeper but i need more info like cons of the job,pros of the job, trypical day, tools and equipment,& special skills needed

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about 6 years ago

i really want to work with animals as a career, that is why i want to be either a zookeeper or a zooligist. i have always wanted to be a zooligist but i dont want to spend a lot of my life in college. also i love big cats and i have always wanted to interact with them and i feel you do so more with being a zookeeper. i am also worried in finding a jod as a zookeeper or a zooligist because i know it is very hard.

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about 9 years ago

I love animals my family calls me the Tree Hugger. I want to be a zookeeper and watch the Penguins and learn more about them. Your page helped me to learn what i need to do to become a zookeeper. Thanks

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over 9 years ago

I would like to be a zoo keeper but I don't know what types of animals I would want to help. If you become a zoo keeper do you get to chose your animals? Please reply by commet not email please. Thank you for your time.

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almost 6 years ago

This website was very helpful for my career report. Thank you ^,..,^

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over 6 years ago

i love animals!!!

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over 6 years ago

Im 14 and i love animals and i will like to help them. Right now my club aspire is trying to go visit the zoo in tyler tx.

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over 6 years ago

this site is really intresting it has the right information I needed for my power point

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over 6 years ago

Zoos receive many inquiries from kids interested in learning what it takes to be a zookeeper, what do you say to these children?

How do you help people understand how to prepare for a career in zoos? Animals need care and someone who is dedicated to work hard to provide it. How do zookeepers take care of musk oxen, and other artic animals? Polar bears? Caribou? Reindeer? Pronghorn?

Thank-you for answering my questions for my interview project. When you have the time, I'd like to ask some more. Thank-you!

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almost 7 years ago

I'm 14 years old and i want to be a zookeeper but I know a lot about wolves, bears, lynx, deers, and a lot more but i don't know what to do to start as a zookeepers for any of these beautiful, remarkable, intelligent animals!

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over 9 years ago

scine i was 4 year old i have wanted to be a vet. now i have decided to become a zoo keeper and work with the conservation of chimpanzees. i am 14 and currently volentreeing at an animal pound once a week. and volentreeing at a zoo twice a week in the holidays. i love it and i wont give up no matter how hard it is. does anyone know if you need to go through to year 12 to become a zoo kepper though?

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almost 5 years ago

this site rocks haha look i said a sectence with my name!

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over 5 years ago

josh amos is stupid don't listen to him

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almost 6 years ago

HI, I am 13. I've always wanted to be a zoo keeper. I would want to work with big cats, red pandas, foxes, wolve, and dolfins. i was wondering if i could still be one even if i have A.D.H.D.

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over 6 years ago

Im 14 and i love animals and i will like to help them. Right now my club aspire is trying to go visit the zoo in tyler tx.

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over 6 years ago

Im 14 and i love animals and i will like to help them. Right now my club aspire is trying to go visit the zoo in tyler tx.

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about 7 years ago

Well I'm a 29 year old zookeeper at the Memphis Zoo and I work with all the animals but only one type of animal a day and some zoo's may not have the same policy however if they hear about an important zookeeper policy they might use it if its a really important.

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about 7 years ago

Could I take at least one day off each week because of our religion or would this job not be the right one for me?

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almost 8 years ago

I agree that those that are worried about the luxuries are definately barking up the wrong tree. I have been in this business for a very long time and it is definately not something that you can choose to do because of the salary. This is something that takes a person that is willing to go out in the pouring rain and stand for hours on end while waiting on your animals to shift into their holding pen, someone willing to go out in a blizzard to help move animals in from the weather. You always have to put the animals above your needs. If that is something that you don't think that you could do then I would suggest an comfy office job. If none of that bothers you and you are willing to work for about $24,000 to $28,000 starting off then being a zookeeper has more rewards than anyone could ever explain. Also just because you love your dog or your cat does not mean that you will love being a zookeeper. At some point your going to be bitten, scratched, urinated on, spit on, your hair pulled and the list goes on and on. But if you ask almost any keeper they will smile and say it is just part of the job.

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almost 9 years ago

How many hours do you work? thanks

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almost 9 years ago

This website is awesome! thanks

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almost 9 years ago

The passion that I hold with potentially working alongside the world's most exotic and endangered animals runs right down to the core.

I hope to one day work with Big Cats such as cheetah's and wish to become a member of the Cheetah De Wildt Program in Africa.

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over 9 years ago

There are different majors that are recommended by different people (Biology and Zoology). Zoology's nice, but there's no college near me that has it. Is Biology still an acceptable degree for zookeeping?

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over 6 years ago

i wanna be a high school volunteer at a zoo. i really love animals and i wanna work with them! Im only 16 but i wanna work with animals at a zoo

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over 10 years ago

what are the hours??? reply froggy_M_101@hotmail.com i just need to see the hours then i will probably accept the job!!YAY!!

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over 5 years ago

beby

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over 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

Niggers

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almost 6 years ago

This was AMAZING!!

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almost 6 years ago

I am 16 years old and i am in mylast year of ag. i took ag so i could get better veiws on an application to zoo keeping and yeah i mostly would be there for animals and helping them and studing them yes i want to be a zoo keeper.!

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over 6 years ago

Ever since i could remember i have wanted to work with animals. at first i wanted to be a zoologist but that is the study of exotic animals and i want to actually take care of them in a zoo or somewhere. people have told me its not good because they don't make alot of money but i dont care about that. i really want to work with exotic animals and all i need to know now is where colleges are that let u work hands on with the animals.

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over 2 years ago

this was a good website for wanna be zoo keepers. what if there is no zoo close to you when you want to co=op in high school. and what if you are pregnant and a zookeeper. you arent able to breath in some of the cemicals or animal pee right?

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over 5 years ago

i've always wanted to help animals and be outside, oe of my teacher said this would be a good zookeeper. and ever secen i wanted to be one, i have no other job.

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over 5 years ago

uhhh der tader i love tatertots uhhhh wait wat

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almost 6 years ago

http://careers.stateuniversity.com/ is a very AWESOME website cause i really want to become a zoo keeper cause i love to work with animals!!!

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almost 6 years ago

I really want to be a zookeeper and is studying on it.I watch animal planet a lot and I want to specifically want to work as a carnivore zookeeper.I love the cat family, pantheras and felinas.I agree 100% with you amanda, humans need to care more about all animals.

This is coming from a young tennager as well

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almost 6 years ago

i want to work with big cats

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almost 6 years ago

This is for anyone who wants to go into zookeeping and lives in the midwest. There is a very good training program in wichita,KS, at Friends University. It is a bit expensive than most schools, but if you really want to do this career than this is where you should go. It has hands on classes, and even works with the Sedgwick County Zoo. Some of the classes are even held there.

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over 6 years ago

hi i like zebras

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over 8 years ago

i want to become a zoo keeper wwwwwwwwoooooooooopppppppppp

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about 6 years ago

Well, im interested in becoming a zookeeper when I am older, but do grades and such in grade school matter? And how do you get assigned to a animal species/type? Do you pick, or do the managers choose? Sorry if my questions are stupid, Im not very bright at these hours xD

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almost 9 years ago

I have wanted to work beside animals as long as i can remember. I have had a dog-sitting and cat-sitting service and i love so many animals. Whenever i go to the zoo with my friends or family i always look at how elegant or graceful all of the animals are. My favorite type of animals would have to be the catagory of large or big cats. I went to the Bronx Zoo over the summer and i got to see a siberian tiger up close and she was so beautiful and i wish i could work with animals like that and others.

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over 5 years ago

hi im not sure what job to do. i love big cats, giraffes, bears and almost all mamals. but i dont like insects, snakes, bugs or reptiles. help please!

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over 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

lie

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over 5 years ago

I found this site very interesting. This site helped me find the right information for a paper at school that I am working on. thanks to whoever wrote this website.

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about 6 years ago

Im a junior zookeeper, which is basically a volunteer program for people 14-17 years old. It was my first year doing it and I'm loving it! I'm now looking into being a zookeeper down the road and I found this article helpful. Thanks!

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about 6 years ago

This is what my teacher tells me she says a job isnt good for its pay its only good if you love it and I think im in love with this one.

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over 3 years ago

awsome

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almost 4 years ago

I love animals, this site really helped me become a zookeeper. I am 65 years old and I still enjoy being a zookeeper!! Thanks!

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over 4 years ago

I got my BS in biology concentrating in zoology and I have an interview next week for a zookeeper position. I passionately enjoy working with animals and I either want to be a zookeeper or a wildlife biologist. This website is just one of the many that I am visiting in researching the position and every little bit of information that I can gather is helpful. I pray that this interview goes well and that I can begin a career as a zookeeper.

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over 4 years ago

i really love this, it's awsome also, a quick way to learn how to be a zookeeper and facts and based on this i've learned plenty thanks, to you i'm going to tell my friends about this!!!!!

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over 4 years ago

this helped alot for an essay, but what classes should i take now in high school?

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almost 5 years ago

This is a cool site but... Animals shouldn't be caged up. I'm Maddie Owens a Animal Activism. I feel animals from there cages. the ..... we have a group if you want to join facebook Sierra Breanna Lang for details. Animals should have rights too! This is a free country right! right? Animals deserve to be in the wold where there ancestors were?! before the humans try to take over EVERYTHING! Animals need right!

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over 6 years ago

Okay, I want to be a zookeeper, but I have no clue what classes to take in college, I don't even know what college to go to. Is FIU a place to go? And what classes do I take? Also what category does Zookeeper fall into? Example, healthscience, law studies, medical etc....

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over 6 years ago

i want to be a zoo keeper but im not that good in science but i am really interested in animals

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over 8 years ago

I really think this is the job 4 me now thanks for the info

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over 9 years ago

I love animals this site is amazing iv been looking around for good information for a career in zookeeping and i definatly foud it !

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over 9 years ago

I will go to do this job, but I need nore information such as Job Skills, Talents and experience,Typical Day Aptitude. It is a very good website though. I will go into this career. Thank You for your time and have a good day.....:):):):):):):):):)

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about 10 years ago

Good honest introductory information!

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over 9 years ago

.being a zookeeper seems alot of work but how do you do it?

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over 6 years ago

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over 6 years ago

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about 9 years ago

I had to do a report on 3 careers, I was interested in. Being a zookeeper was one and this site gave me all the perfect info.

Thanks

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over 5 years ago

I was thinking of becoming a zoo keeper. I'd love to work with big cat cubs. Could I be a zoo keepers and JUST work with big cat cubs, or even big cats? If not, could I work with big cat cubs somewhere else, but NOT go to Africa?

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over 5 years ago

I have wanted to work with animals since I could even comprehend life itself. Animals have always sparked my interest. Working with them and making their life as happy as possible is no gift to me but just a smile on my face. To understand animals and be hands on with them is probably the greatest privledge ever. Thank you for the information. I have made my decision!

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almost 6 years ago

i am really looking forward to be a zookeeper or a wildlife rehabilitator P.S. THANKS FOR YOUR TIME!!!!!!

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almost 6 years ago

I am a 14 year old girl and i was just wondering how would i get the animals that we want. I am a huge animal lover but i dont do spiders or creepy cralers. I dont mind working with spiders but i would much rather work with the big cats or the merine animals. so if you can answer my question on how i can get the animal i want than that will be very helpful.



THANK YOU

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over 6 years ago



It takes alot more than a love of animals to succeed in the field. I have worked in the field for 6 years. You really do have to be good at science and have good reasoning skills. It is not just feeding and playing with animals. You have to know when to get them care and you have to deal with fecal matter. It is hard work and alot of times you will be called in during the middle of the night to take care of any situations. The pay is kind of middle of the road. But I will be honest, it is worth it, bt you have to be willing to get dirty and wake up in the night. And competition for the job is fierce. LOng gone are the days where volunteers can work their way to the top. I know people who have been working their way up for 15 years and they are blown out of the water by a 22 year old fresh out of college with a bio or zoology degree. It is really impressive and gives you a better cjance of landing the job if you have a degree, preferably a BS. But whatever you do, good luck. It is a really rewarding job. oh, and yes, biology is an excellent degree for zookeeping. zoology is just a more specific type of biology (animal biology). Oh, and you could really impress you employer by haveing a minor in something like animal science or wildlife management. There are numerous paths for this career. Good Luck!







Read more: Zookeeper Job Description, Career as a Zookeeper, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/554/Zookeeper.html#ixzz1KetiUCIv

To a few of the questions below: There are some colleges that actually have programs that put you hands on in the zookeeping field itself. One called Moorepark in California, and Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo in Gainesville, Florida. Both are associates degrees, but are transferable to bachelors in certain parts of the US. This field is demanding, but the rewards are amazing. Yes you get days off, thats what fellow keepers are for. The 24 hour 7 day/wk thing is if an animal needs you, then you need to be there for them. You will be rewarded for that time in the end, no matter how long you are at the facility. How often do you hear people say "I got to hold a Lemur, or I trained an elephant today, or assisting in a vet round to see the Bald Eagle hatchlings was amazing?" Probably not as cool as it would be if you would be the one saying it. The pay isn't great, but who needs an excessive amount of luxuries to live on these days. You are able to afford the house, car, and kids with this. Plus hopefully you will have a spouse to help. There is always a way to make it work. These animals need us more than people realize. Too many species are becoming endangered from poaching and loss of habitat. They depend on us. I do this job definitely not because of the money, but for the animals who depend on me. I don't wait for the check to come in the mail as much as I wait for the next day I get to work with my animals. It's amazing, but not everyone is cut out for it.







Read more: Zookeeper Job Description, Career as a Zookeeper, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/554/Zookeeper.html#ixzz1KetrR8ph

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over 9 years ago

i want to be a zookeeper when i grow up im doing a report on it nice info

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over 6 years ago

I hate animals this is the worst job ever I like fat mamas!!

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over 6 years ago

hi i like zebras

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almost 3 years ago

this shiz gay af bruh

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over 3 years ago

Zookeeper Job Description, Career as a Zookeeper, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job

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over 3 years ago

Thanks a lot, this page helped a ton for an assignment I have to do for computer class!

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about 4 years ago

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about 6 years ago

Im shy but not when it comes to animals to be pacific (wolves) I love them there just like a family they hunt and live together.It may be hard work but im going to have to deal with it but im only 13 so i still got a lot of ahead of me but lets hope i make it I been looking up some careers that deals with animals but i dont think i would be a good vet and im pretty sure that dont get wolves very often in there office hahaha but yea anyways It doesnt matter to me if they pay a lot i just want a nice apartment with a dog and a nice car thats it.

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about 6 years ago

i was wondering what can a kid in 5th grade do if she wants to be a zoo keaper and i did lear a lot in your thing mobob.

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almost 8 years ago

Ive always wanted to work with animals since i was a little girl. And i want to be a zookeeper for monkeys or Elephants. what course/s shall i take when i got to university to become sucsessful at this?

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over 5 years ago

This website is amazing. It told me so much about zookeepers and it covered all of the topics that I needed to include in a report about zookeepers.

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over 5 years ago

I am 15 and ever since i was 5 years old ive always wanted to be working with animals when i was older... I am now taking a course in Careers in school and we have to do an ISU on our job that we have been researching about.. ive been bouncing between zoologist and zookeeper.. they are both difficult jobs i can see that clearly.. but im gonna get there.. and anybody who has people putting them down saying that you can't do it.. believe me.. i have my whole family thinking i can't do it.. work hard and prove everyone that disagrees with you wrong ! follow your dream ! who cares what they say !! thanks for the info ! <3 anything is possible ;) i believe that too :P thank you :)

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over 6 years ago

What r the Availability an long term projections?

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over 6 years ago

im gonna be a zookeeper when i am older im 14 so i am with you stevei 101 but good luck but i love animals!!!!

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over 6 years ago

I used to want to be a vet. but I did a project for one of my teachers at school on zoo-keeping and I really really loved it. I live on a goat farm with many different types of animals and I go to the Columbia Zoo every March but lots of people have been telling me I can't do it because you have to get really good grades. Is this true? What grades do you need and what degree do you need to get in college?

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over 4 years ago


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almost 6 years ago

this site helped me out for a project at school

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almost 6 years ago

Ever since i was little i had my mind set on zoo-keeping, growing up it was hard having animals around because bad things always had to happen to us. Until my mother re-married to my wonderful step father, Kirkwood. And in my eyes hes the closest hing to a father i have. He also gave me the chance to have pets. And now i have 4 cats, 1 dog, 3 lizards and 2 salt water fish tanks and 3 freshwater. I cant thank him enough. I love animals. Plain and simple. I always have. Something about how you can feel there trust in you, it just truly makes me happy. And how they can be bi-polar. Just the thrill of knowing you could die with just a snap of a jaw, but you do it anyways for the health of the animal. I could care less about money, as long as im happy. That is to me all that matters.

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over 6 years ago

I was raised with different animals, dogs,cats,bird,guinie pigs,pigs,guppies,fishes,bunnies,hamsters and turtles. I am always told than I have a good talent in working with animals. I think that they deserve to be taken care of like we get taken care of because they are also creations that god made. I would really like to be a zookeeper because I really like animals and I enjoy working with them. It's always nice to get paid but I think that if you like to work,care and have fun with animals that's when you can really learn more about them. When you show that you care for animals they will sense that and that is always important. I haven't had the chance to find a place that I could work with animals as a zookeeper. I know that even though I don't have a degree on zoo keeping I can learn better and faster while getting trained to be a zoo keeper with working with them, that's the best way I can learn.

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over 6 years ago

hi i want to be a zookeeper when i am 24 because i like the smell of the morning sun in the lion cage

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over 9 years ago

well the other day i ran over an animal and got out and tryed to save it. Blood was going all over me. so now i want to be a zookeeper.

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over 6 years ago

I am only 10, but I love the outdoors, I love animals and I seem intrested in any animal or art jobs. Do you think that this is the job for me?

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almost 9 years ago

I really want to work with animals and being a zoo keeper sounds like something id like but I'm still not 100% sure wat other careers have to do with working with animals and the full details on them. I hope I can decide wat will work for me.

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about 9 years ago

I had to do a report on a career I was interested in and this page was perfect for all the zookeeping info. Thanks

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almost 9 years ago

this is exacly what i needed.thanks

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over 5 years ago

alec keane sucks chodes

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almost 6 years ago

this site helped me aout a lot

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over 6 years ago

I am 13 years old and I have wanted to work at a zoo for very long! I was born and am being raised in a small city in Alaska, so there aren't many animals. I have grown used to the small amount of animals here and I am excited to work at a zoo someday, and meet new animals! I am soon going to be helping out at an animal shelter as well, so I hope that will come in handy someday when I apply for a zoo job! Thank you for the info on this site!!!

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over 6 years ago

This is the most helpful site that i have found its amazing how long it takes to find the perfect place to find out info like this! the only thing that is a little dissapointing is that there should be a link for job applications. but besides that its a great website!!!!!!!!!!

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about 6 years ago

I wanna be a Zookeeper :) when i grow up :)

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over 2 years ago

i hate animals alot. umm i dint wanna be a zokeeper. screw all this giv eme a tuger so i can teach it to surf

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over 3 years ago

love this site. very factual! <3

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over 3 years ago

Hey Everyone!
I'm doing a school project on zookeeping and I need to know how much time a zookeeper gets for the summers. So if any zookeepers can answer this it would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Jason

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almost 4 years ago

I love animals



I hope to become a zookeeper!!!!!

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over 4 years ago

i am 15 i go to mms and i am in love with animals. I want to know withis the rarest animal that the zoos are alound to have? Also how many zoos have komodo dragons? please message me the answer.

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9 months ago

i would love to eat the animals

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almost 2 years ago

this didn't help me at all! ☺

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almost 3 years ago

i am going to school to be a zookeeper i want know about it

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about 3 years ago

I am a senior in high school this coming school year, and I have been volunteering as a Crew-in-training at a local zoo in animal care this summer. My first day there, I got to have a tiger cub climb into my lap. Nothing beats that feeling. And now, of you whole life's passion rolling around in your arms and eating your boots. I've never been more sure that i want to do this kind of thing for the rest of my life.
I am looking to attend college in Maine, either at University of Maine or Unity College, which both seem to be very popular choices. My preferred path in a career in zoology is to be a big cat zookeeper. I want to get as close to the cats working at a zoo or cat sanctuary as possible without going into medicine and veterinary school, whether it's handling, training, or just keeping in general.
Although, I do believe I have the potential and ambition to earn a higher degree than associate's, possibly a master's or even doctorate, which is preferred. This puts me into a doubt on whether or not I would be overqualified going into a zoo as a keeper. I feel that I could possibly be a zoo curator or research zoologist someday and be more important as well as earn a higher pay, but I fear that it would mean not as much simple contact and routine with animals like a zookeeper has every day.
My optimal goal for my career is to create special bonds with the big cats that are kept at my zoo. Would anyone who has experience in this field be able to help me out in finding the ideal job for me? If you do have some information that might help, please email me at roryviale416@gmail.com.

Thanks a lot,

Rory

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3 months ago

can i fri a tigger legg plz repond

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7 months ago

this site helped so much with my project the only thing that i would add is the working hours of a zookeeper, i couldn't find that anywhere