Thursday, October 14, 2010

Nuisance Wildlife Control Jobs

In today's tight economy, wildlife jobs are as scarce as the Buffalo. With a bleak outlook in getting a job with any government agency, the private sector may be your last chance to find a meaningful career.

The nuisance wildlife industry is still holding it's own despite the current economic conditions. Wildlife still must be removed and controlled that is causing a nuisance.

If you are looking for a new career or want to rev up and existing one, check out what A All Animal Control has to offer. You just might be glad you did!
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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Wildlife Management Opportunities

Instead of spending $50K for a college education and then have to go out and find a “job”, why not invest in a business and create your own job for $21K!

College is expensive and you spend 4 years of your life getting your degree. After you graduate, there will be a grace period for you to start paying back your student loans. But once that grace period expires, whether you have a job or not, you will have to start making your payments. The bills are still going to come whether you are working or not!

How would you like to spend 1 week training and be equipped with the tools and knowledge to start your own franchise with an established brand, excellent marketing tools and a support system that is second to none?

Why not start your own gig and hang out your shingle with America’s best Wildlife Management Company, A All Animal Control.
Find out more information at our website; A All Animal Control

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Wildlife Management Opportunities

You have worked hard and long getting your Wildlife or Forestry degree and now comes the time to search for a “job”.

If you have completed some internship programs during your schooling, this will be a big help to you in the job search. Employers are requiring experience and don’t have the time to train new employees and take away critical time from their core business. Some training will of course be needed, but the basic skills needed to do your job had better be in place.

Today’s Wildlife Management Technician will be a multi-tasker and have to understand many different computer programs as well as be knowledgeable in surveys, management plans and the like.

With the current recession, the job market has dried up in many areas of the country and in many sectors of Wildlife Management. Until the economy improves and the hiring freezes are lifted, it will be a hard road ahead for most job seekers.

If you have found yourself in this situation, have you considered hanging your own shingle and running your own business? In tough economic times, starting your own business may be the only avenue.

Wildlife Management Opportunities are available in the little known field of Nuisance Wildlife Management.

What is this, you may ask? Nuisance Wildlife Management is the art of resolving Human/Wildlife conflicts. Every year wildlife does millions of dollars of damage to properties across the country. Without the Wildlife Specialist to control the “out of control wildlife”, problems would just spiral out of control, diseases would run rampant and people would take matters into their own hands…which are not a good outcome for the wildlife.

If you have found yourself on the outside looking in, maybe now is the right time for you to catch the rising tide and join a career that is both fulfilling and lucrative!

Check out the Wildlife Management opportunities at A All Animal Control. A new career awaits you!

Monday, June 28, 2010

Wildlife Management Employment

If you have been seeking employment or opportunity in the field of wildlife management, you might have hit a brick wall or two.

That is not uncommon with the state of the economy and the debt laden government cutting budgets to stay afloat.

Putting your faith and career in the hands of the government can be a risky proposition. If you are a new hire and the “low man on the totem pole”, you will be the first to go when the reduction in staff occurs.

Instead of hitching your wagon to a government job, consider the private sector for a long term career. There are many more opportunities to do different jobs and you will not be constrained by the limits of what they have to offer.

A very unique career that is in demand is in the field of Nuisance Wildlife Management. This career takes a page out of the past and puts a new chapter in the book of wildlife management. Instead of controlling wildlife in the “country”, nuisance wildlife today is primarily done in urban and suburban environments.

Wherever a human/wildlife conflict is found, a Nuisance Wildlife Management Professional will be needed to resolve that problem.

You may have some of the skills necessary to enter into this very unique field by your education and training.

Visit this website to find out more about this one of a kind career! A All Animal Control

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

A Wildlife Career You Can Bank On!

That might seem like a bold statement, but if you are doing what we do for a living, you wouldn’t think so!

If you have researched the many different career paths of wildlife professionals, you are finding out that there are hiring freezes, projects put on hold and just about every other roadblock to achieving your dream of working with wildlife.

Forget those roadblocks. Do you want to go down another path to one that is less traveled? I thought you might. There is no sense going down the same path and hearing the same answers.

Our company, A All Animal Control, works with wildlife across the entire United States and serves thousands of clients each year. Our services range from removing a family of squirrels from an attic to providing preventive repairs to keep out future invaders. Sprinkle in the Pigeon that found its way inside a department store or the Rattlesnake that slipped into the garage of a homeowner and it makes for an interesting day at work!

Wildlife Pest Control is one of the most fascinating career choices available. It has spawned shows like “The Verminators” and gives the general public a taste of what wildlife can do when they invade a home. Now you have to remember that shows like these are intentionally made to be dramatic and this is not what your average wildlife control professional does!

If you find yourself on the outside looking in and want to work with wildlife, there is no better time than the present. Stop listening to all the no’s and come and you will find a yes.

A All Animal Control has franchise opportunities across the country and around the world. Visit their website to learn more about this fascinating career.

Monday, April 5, 2010

A All Animal Control Corporate Charleston Office Moves to New Location

Spring brings growth and renewal to more than plants and animals; A All Animal Control's Charleston Corporate office has moved to a larger, more convenient location. This new space will allow A All Animal Control to support both clients and A All Animal Control franchise owners in new unique ways.
"Our new location give us a larger space for professional training, giving ample space for intimate seminars and the capabilities to grow our franchise support staff.", states A All Animal Control CEO Mark E. Dotson. "This new locality has sited us closer to hotels, restaurants and field training locations, positioning us in a geographically opportune situate for conferences and supplier demonstrations. We will be able to educate and connect with A All Animal Control Technicians as a whole and on a one on one basis."
The new office is located at 108 Roxalana Park Drive in Dunbar, WV 25064. The Charleston office will house A All Animal Control services such as enrollment opportunity support, franchise support, marketing, library and training demonstration materials. Field training areas locally sited will allow for continuing safety and field training for both current and prospective technicians.
More information about A All Animal Control Corporate Charleston office can be found by visiting, by emailing or by calling (304) 345-1511.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Low Cost Franchise Opportunities in Wildlife Management

People seeking out franchise opportunities seldom find this very unique opportunity. This is not your usual restaurant, cleaning or service business, this is one of the neatest businesses you could ever conceive of.

Franchise opportunities in Wildlife Management are a perfect fit for those that have a desire to work with wildlife, are in good physical shape and a burning desire to be self employed.

Write your own paycheck and enjoy a career you probably have never heard of!

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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Wildlife Career Opportunities

Wildlife is one of our most precious resources that we are blessed with the responsibility to manage.

With the need to manage our nations wildlife increasing, the need for wildlife managers is also increasing.

Great paying wildlife careers are out there for those who have a special desire to work with wildlife and enjoy the many facets of wildlife control.

If you feel your calling is to work with wildlife, you should check out what A All Animal Control has to offer you.

You only have one life to live, you might as well live it with passion in a career that you enjoy!

Monday, February 8, 2010

A All Animal Control 2010 Conference and 15 Year Anniversary

Charleston, WV February 08, 2010--A All Animal Control celebrated and studied the animals that made 15 years of A All Animal Control such a great success at their 2010 A All Animal Control franchise owners conference. The conference held at The Woodlands, TX January 30th and 31st offered AAAC franchise owners the opportunity to network with one another and receive continuing education.
“The 2010 A All Animal Control Conference and anniversary was a great success and well received by all in attendance.”, states founder Mark E. Dotson. “We learned a lot of new techniques ranging from technology and software to new species specific control methods.”
Highlights of the conference included networking between franchise owners and in the field training. Saturday events included technology training lead by representatives from RDF Software and business classes taught by JRD Associates and Horizon Professional & Consulting Services. Representatives and teachers appeared both in person and virtually in a high tech wireless classroom. Sunday's field training included deer exclusion strategies utilizing netting and innovative methods. The fifteen year celebration activities held at the end of the conference involved a Cajun cuisine dinner and a vendor sponsored raffle for attendees.
"It was a great weekend jam packed with fun, feasting and knowledge.", states Mark E. Dotson. " I enjoyed every minute spent with our franchise owners and look forward to next year. I do want to send a special thanks to A All Animal Control of North Houston for hosting the event. Without their hospitality this event would not have been possible "
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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

A All Animal Control Celebrates 15 yeas in business!

A All Animal Control Celebrates 15 years of Operation
Charleston, WV January 20, 2010--In December of 1995, Mark E. Dotson was an Air Force Gulf War Veteran at a crossroads in his life. He found himself searching for an enjoyable and profitable career. It was then Mark decided to open his own animal control business with only two cages and a lifelong dream of working with wildlife. Today, Mark and his team have transformed his vision of that small office in Northglenn, Colorado into a National Franchise System with over 30 locations from Coast to Coast.

“This is a very special anniversary for me, for every A All Animal Control franchise owner and A All Animal Control employee.” ,says Mark E. Dotson. “For 15 years, I have been doing what I love and helping others to achieve the same dream. I will continue adding A All Animal Control franchises to preserve the balance between people and nature while assisting wildlife professionals and veterans with the tools to open their own businesses."

A All Animal Control has devoted 15 years to humanely solving conflicts between wildlife and humans by ways of exclusion, frightening, repellents, trapping, habitat modification and animal proofing the home or business. A All Animal Control resolves wildlife conflicts for residential, commercial, industrial and government sectors.

As a way of celebrating Veteran Mark E. Dotson's success, A All Animal Control will be offering special benefits and discounts to American Veterans. A All Animal Control believes in the importance of the American dream , especially those who fought to preserve it.
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