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Become a Part of Our Family

We’re always looking for genuinely hard-working, pet-loving, people to become part of our College for Pets family. On our campus, pets have the center stage, and while some days require an extra roll-up-our-sleeves attitude to keep things running smoothly, our love of pets, and support of each other, make this one of the most rewarding work environments we know! If this sounds like your type of place, we encourage you to complete our General Application, and if yours looks like a good fit we’ll contact you.

Current Open Positions

  • Day Camp Attendant
  • Group Class Trainer
  • Admin Support
  • Kennel Attendant
google-reviews

  • 5 star review  Every member of the staff cares for our dog as if they were their own (maybe better!). In particular, our little Frenchie is full of energy and WMCP allows her... read more

    thumb Jini Rae Sparkman
    May 2, 2021

    5 star review  My fiancé and I are so thankful that we found White Mountain College for Pets! As most everyone we know knows, Beau is the most hyper pup I have ever... read more

    thumb Callie Bechtol
    April 2, 2021

    5 star review  The staff is incredible and my dog is well cared for. We vacation in the NH lakes region twice a year and we have been White Mountain College clients for... read more

    thumb Patrick Jay
    September 2, 2021
  • 5 star review  They take great care of your cat while you are on vacation. Like sending your kitty to camp for the week!

    thumb Mark Andrew
    September 2, 2021

    5 star review  This is my go-to place for my lacie. They take such good care of her.

    thumb diana jay
    September 2, 2021

    5 star review  Positive: Professionalism ,  Quality ,  Reliability ,  Responsiveness ,  Value They gave me training as an owner of a great dog to do what I... read more

    thumb Walter Burkhart
    October 27, 2021
  • 5 star review  Been sending Millie to doggie day camp this summer. She loves it! People are all great and really care about the fur babies they have in their charge.

    thumb Lynne Bates
    July 2, 2021
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