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Sample Animal Trainer 1* Cover Letter






An animal trainer cover letter shows the hiring manager that the job hunter knows what is required, including training animals for riding, harness, security, performance, or obedience, or assisting persons with disabilities. Such persons also must accustom animals to human voice and contact, and condition them to respond to commands. All animal trainer cover letters should include pertinent professional and personal experience in this specialty industry.


Walter Payton
43 Dunes Drive
Citywide, USA 87695

August 5, 2006


Mr. Sid Beach
Animal Trainers, Inc.
578 Parkside Street
Citywide, USA 87659

Dear Mr. Beach:

I saw your ad on JobBankUSA.com for an animal trainer with experience and the ability to work flexible hours. I believe I qualify. I worked for three years as a horse trainer for Martindale Stables and I have taught riding to people with disabilities. I have a knack with dogs, as well, and have had excellent results accustoming them to my voice and responding to commands.

I can work two to three days a week, as your listing mentioned and I am available to begin immediately. If you'd like to hear more about what I have accomplished in animal training I'd be happy to come to your office whenever it is convenience for you to talk about my experience and your expectations for the person you hire.

Thank you for reading my cover letter and resume. Please select the day and time that best suits you and confirm by calling 222-222-2222. I look forward to meeting you and hopefully joining your team of animal trainers.

Sincerely,


Walter Payton

Enc.: resume and cover letter