Female instructor with Autism Assistance Dog Guide

Interested in a Career with Us?

If you want to do meaningful work and go home at the end of the day knowing you've made a difference, there are few places as fulfilling as Dog Guides! See our current openings below.

Current Openings

Kennel attendant playing in the yard with a Dog Guide

Full-time Team Leader Dog Care and Welfare Attendant

Role Type: Full-Time

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Dog Care & Welfare Attendant Guelph

Role Type: Contract (6 Months)

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Full-time Dog Care & Welfare Attendant Guelph

Role Type: Full Time

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Breeding Dog Care & Welfare Attendant

Role Type: Part-time - Guelph

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Breeding Kennel Attendant – Guelph

Role Type: Part-time

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Puppy Program Staff

Role Type: Full time, permanent

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Female instructor with Diabetic Alert Dog Guide fetching a testing kit

Be a Dog Guide Instructor

Every instructor starts as an apprentice.  Apprentices learn to train dogs to high skill levels, work with and learn about people with a wide variety of disabilities and develop expertise in all aspects of dog care. The work is physically demanding with some evening and weekend shifts and occasional overnight travel across Canada. Instructors must be comfortable speaking publicly. After three years, an apprentice graduates as a highly trained and professional Dog Guide instructor with a long and fulfilling career ahead!

Submit your resume  to: hr@dogguides.com. Should a position open up, we will contact you.