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Elizabeth Price

One good combination would be an animal Behaviorist. Behaviorists are similar to psychologists in trying to figure out what their patients issues are and how best to treat them. A Veterinary Behaviorist is one that went to Veterinary school and then did a residency after to become a boarded specialist in Behavior. They can find any medical problems or physiological problems present in an animal then prescribe medications or behavior modification techniques. There are also trainers or animal behaviorists that are not Veterinarians but can offer training services. The Veterinary Behaviorist will make more money due to the extensive education required. Another career that could combine would be a primatologist. These scientists study the behavior of monkeys and apes, sometimes their research even crosses with research on humans.

Answered 2 years ago

Elizabeth Price