How To Become An Animal Cop
Take your love for animals and learn how to become an animal cop. We have people who protect us when someone breaks the law against us, animals need the same kind of protection. It's sad to think of how many people own an animal for a pet, but don't treat the animal well. If it's your passion to put a stop to animal mistreatment, go for it! Here are some things you'll need to become an animal cop:
- Mental preparation
- High school diploma
- Law enforcement training completion
- Depending on your state, specific animal cop training
- Prepare yourself for some eye-opening situations - The career for being an animal cop exists for a reason. You are going to see animals in some real heart-breaking situations. Animals are extremely loyal no matter how badly they are treated and you are going to come across some who are in awful situations, such as starvation, neglect and abuse. It will be surprising to witness what animals live through. Sound too heartbreaking? Then watch some of the best funny animal videos to cheer yourself up.
- A high school diploma - This is a start. You can't start your career as an animal cop without that diploma. You can go back and get your diploma, and work up from there if you happen to not have your high school diploma yet.
- Law enforcement training course - You at least need to complete law enforcement training. This training has courses available all over the state. You just need to look up courses in your state and see what is available to you. These such courses teach you to know recognize if you are coming against an animal cruelty case, what to do about it, and how to handle the whole situation.
- Animal cop training state-to-state - Make sure you look up your states specific regulations for what level of animal cop training you need to get. You need a certificate of completion of the training and once you complete the course(s), stay on top of any new laws regarding animal cruelty.
Being an animal cop will definitely have the added perk of getting to work with animals that are playful and wonderful to be with. But you will also have the respectable position of helping animals in need of saving. Imagine taking a mistreated animal out of a bad situation and getting the animal matched up to an owner who is good to it. A pretty cool thought huh? You'll be really making a difference and you'll be helping the population of animals be less crazy and out of control - but not in a bad way, just through spaying and neutering. What a great way to spend your days, helping make life better for animals and busting those who don't take their pet care responsibilities seriously.