Temporary Christmas Vacancies

We will require temporary animal care workers over the busy Christmas and New Year holiday period. If you are interested – APPLY NOW!

You need to be confident working with cats and dogs. You also need to enjoy working outdoors. Early shift starts at 7.00 am – late shift finishes 7.00 pm. Please check your transport arrangements before applying. Training given – good rates of pay.

7 thoughts on “Temporary Christmas Vacancies

  1. Hello, I am Zuzanna. I am studying Foundation Degree Animal Management Course and my dream is to be a vet. As I lived in a village in Poland my whole life was related to animals. I took home every stray animal I met. They were often ill so I had to take care of them. I always did my best to help them but because of the number of animals I have been taking care of it became much more expensive that I could afford. This is how I decided to cooperate with a professional veterinary doctor. In return for his treatment I helped him with various works. In 2008 I started working as a volunteer in a stable which is situated in a small village I lived in. The owner is a chairman of the SHiUK Association. That is why I have started riding a horse. I learned a lot about horses, their behaviour and I have developed some new skills.I have also become a happy owner of a horse since 2009. Since then I have been working with her regularly – we had a lot things to change and practice. She was brought up stress-free and because of that she did not have any respect to people. She also has an overbite so I had to work with her carefully and with the use of some unorthodox methods. I documented our five-year experience in a short video on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0igbg8Mms-0 I am fascinated by animals’ behaviour, I enjoy observation and analysis of their behaviour, like analyzing it and drawing helpful conclusions. Thanks to these abilities I have been successfully cooperating with veterinarian Krzysztof Kmiecik since 2012 and, as a volunteer with the CENTAURUS organization, working with my animals and his patients as well. It helped me to understand his job and a way how to communicate with the worried pet owners.
    I am responsible and always ready to act, systematic and assiduous, which seems to be essential in treating animals. I can work alone, in pairs but I also do not mind group work. It always depends on the task, some activities require concentration and focus, like the work with my horse. I like to explore the secrets of natural methods of work. I like to know and discover new activities, which is easy for me because of the ability to learn new things quickly.

  2. Hi I am interested in working with you I visited the kennel this week with views to using the dog park and kennel for my dog and I loved it. I have 2 dogs and 2 cats so I’m comfortable around animals. I would be interested to know what hours you would require
    Many thanks Wendy Roberts

    1. Hi Wendy,
      thank you for your interest. Please send a CV to Lily at office@cbkennels.co.uk. You should add that you use the dog park already so you know a little about us already. She is away on a course this week so do not expect an early response.
      Best wishes,

  3. Hi Renate, hope you are well. I have seen you have a position for a supervisor, could you tell me how many hours it is for?
    I would be interested in working for you , as I’m not enjoying working for myself. Hope to hear from you soon
    Leisa ( From college)

  4. Hello my name Sarah i currenly worked for 3 kennels and cattery before i’m hard working and reliable i don’t mind hard work and very tidy and quick. I have 3 dogs myself and have run 2 kennels when owners were away i love out door work and enjoy caring for a nervous dog and making it feel relaxed when boarded. regards Sarah

    1. Hi Sarah,
      thank you for getting in touch. I shall pass your inquiry to Lily who will get in touch if we need help.

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