Written assignment: Your career working with animals The purpose of this assessment is to get you to think about: i. careers working with animals; ii. welfare issues working with animals; iii. ethical issues working with animals; iv. personal feeling about working with animals and difficult decisions you may have to take; v. and to start accessing and using the primary (peer reviewed articles and textbooks) literature to make evidence based evaluations/statements. There are four areas (targets) I want to you to a detail: i. a description of the career – how many people are there doing this, what is the average salary, is it a career for life, are people happy doing it, what do you do in that career; ii. what are the welfare issues for animals relevant to that career and how are these addressed? iii. what are the ethical issues for animals relevant to that career how are these addressed? iv. what are your personal feelings about the career and the welfare and ethical decisions you are going to have to make? For example (this is just to give you and idea and is clearly very basic) my career is to be city vet: Career: There are 10,000 vets in Australia with an average salary of $70,000………… Welfare issues: are going to include animals that I see that have been mistreated (beating/too much food/no attention), stray animals; Ethical issues: are going to include putting healthy animals down, dealing with animals which shouldn’t have been bred (e.g. French bulldogs), treating animals with a reduced likelihood of success, e.g. animals with cancer; Personal feelings: I don’t want to kill animals but what if they are in pain, I can’t house all of these unwanted pets so I have to euthanise them. When and where relevant you must use the primary literature (peer reviewed articles and textbooks) to support all evidence you provide and/or any statements you may. You need to have used at least ten references.
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