Pros: working with pets, meeting amazing people, the hours, the pay, my boss
Cons: working by yourself
I love my job and have been doing it since Feb. 2013 and hopefully for a while longer. I currently work usually 16 (sometimes 20) hours a week at several locations. The pet parents couldn't be friendlier, the store employees and managers couldn't be more helpful and my boss/Regional Demonstrations Manager is always available for any questions, concerns – more... or training I have or may need.
I can help choose my hours or any time off when it is needed, the pay is great versus other part-time jobs and it is really fun getting to work alongside pets. I also learned everything really quickly from my training sessions, quarterly meetings and manual. I do not come from a sales background, but I am a sociable person. If you get along with people, and especially pets, this is a great job.
I am really proud to work for a company that is making a difference in the lives of so many pets and pet parents. When I am a stepping stone in in that process, it always puts a smile on my face at the end of the day. – less