Hi! I'm not sure if this is the appropriate thread for my question, since I'm not asking for some advice for my dog, but for myself. However, it is about training and it seemed like the most accurate place to post this. I am currently starting my second year of studies in the animal health technology program, to become a vet tech. However, I have realized in the past few months that I wasn't suited to work in a clinic or in labs. I have been a lot more interested in my animal behaviour class than any other, and an internship with a dog trainer has confirmed that a career in dog training and behaviour would be more appropriate for me. It's something I have been thinking about for a long time, and now I have no doubt it is what I want to do. I have done research on training programs that were offered in the areas, and have found some interesting ones. I also read some reviews and asked the trainer with whom I did an internship where he'd learned his techniques and how he became a dog trainer. However, now I'm not sure about what I should do, so I decided to ask some advice and opinions. Feel free to tell me honestly what you think, I'm really open-minded. My first option would be to finish my animal health program first, and then do the training programs. That would mean spending two more years in school for classes that don't really motivate me anymore, but I don't like the idea of quitting either, and I guess what I'd learn wouldn't all be useless. I could also start the training program next year. Then I wouldn't have finished my animal health program, but at least I'd be doing what I want to do sooner. I'm really not sure what would be best for me to do. What do you guys think? I understand I'll be the one taking the decision in the end, but I'd like to hear other point of views and opinions from others. Thank you!