Pet Care Associate Resume Example (Petsmart) - Redford, Michigan
Jobs 1 - 10 of 53 - PetSmart is an equal opportunity employer. Pet Care Associates are responsible for the health and safety of the live pets in our stores.
PetSmart, Inc. was founded in 1987 in Phoenix, Arizona and has become the leading provider of products, services, and solutions for the lifetime needs of pets. PetSmart currently employs over 52,000 associates and operates more than 1,400 stores in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. In addition, the company operates over 200 in-store PetsHotel dog and cat boarding facilities and Doggie Day Camps, and is a leading online provider of pet supplies and pet care information.
You live and breathe social media every day and jump early on the newest trends. You are passionate about social and understand how to leverage it for a brand. You will own daily channel management for all of PetSmart’s social media channels (that’s 3M+fans!) across Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Snapchat, etc;. In addition, you will represent PetSmart outside of PetSmart’s owned channels by identifying opportunities to participate & engage to build a brand loyal community.
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Cashier Resume Example (Petsmart) - Modesto, California
PetSmart is an EOE employer, and pay begins in the $7-$10 range based on experience (pet experience does help, but is not neccessary for all positions). You must apply by going to , and follow the link to the process. Talking to a manager or can help you answer questions about the various positions and responsibilities in most stores. It is true that PetSmart has a high standard of policies and procedures, but they are required and practiced for the safety of all associates, customers, and pets inside the store.I cannot comment on Admor's views as an employee at PetSmart. However, I will say that "Sissy-lala training" is a poor view of our practices from a trainer point of view. Positive reinforcement training is just as it is described, it focus on a positive owner response to desired or expected behavior. For example, say your child did something you asked them to do, without any backlash or hesitation. Would you believe that by rewarding them with something nice, like a treat they love or even some strong good praise, that you can expect to see that same type of behavior in the future? That is the expectation from positive-reinforcement training, which is much more effective in getting the desired result across than negative reinforcement training via choke chains, static//citronella collars, or prong collars. Not to mention typical tactics like hitting or yelling at your dog. Try to use those same techniques to beat a good behavior the same child used in the previous example, and you might be viewed as a horrible parent and still have a poorly behaved child. We take training very seriously as it could affect the very bond between pet and parent, and the pet's life within a home. If they don't seem to "fit" because of house training issues, behavior issues, or socialization issues, the pet could end up in a shelter. Our mission in offering pet training is to prevent that from happening. Having too many trainers, or asking trainers to support each other by helping to sell each other's classes may seem excessive to some, but that same "pressure" Admor may be experiencing is the same pressure we all feel to provide the best options for the Total Lifetime Care of the pets that come into our stores. On a seperate note, when a trainer sells a class for another trainer, they do not get the commission on the class. If that were true, any that sells a class for any of our trainers would be entitled to that commission as well, and they are not.