The more experience you have working with animals, the greater chances you have of becoming an animal trainer. It also depends on what animals you want to work with. New trainers must even have an on-the-job apprenticeship that can last up to a year or more. In addition to experience, they will also look at your education (a college degree is not required but it is preferred). If you are truly interested in becoming a trainer, you must show that you have had experience with animals like horses or birds – it can be from volunteer work, animal hospital, etc.
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