Animal Care Supervisor Cover Letter Sample

Updated: September 27, 2017

Writing an Animal Care Supervisor cover letter requires a lot of thought – you cannot write anything you want to in a cover letter.

The information has to be just right. What type of information actually goes into a cover letter?

A successful cover letter is that which possess structured information, detailing a job seeker’s qualifications, abilities and accomplishments, as they relate to the workplace. Doing this is not all that difficult, unless you are unaware of your own qualifications, or have not kept track of your achievements. In such a case, delve deep into your past and figure out what you have accomplished over the years, and how you managed to do so, using the skills that you do possess.

Usually, employers receive cover letters that are difficult to read because of two main reasons – lack of white space, and irrelevant information. If you can keep both these in check, your cover letter will never be rejected. Here is a sample:


Animal Care Supervisor Cover Letter Example



542 9th Street
Salt Rock, WV 85474

September 26, 2017

Mr. Simon Shatner
Human Resource Manager
The Animal World
4010 Yates Avenue
Salt Rock, WV 60202


Dear Mr. Shatner:

An inherent love for animals is not sufficient to work as an Animal Care Supervisor. In addition to this, it is important to possess exceptional exposure to running an animal care facility. My experience is an amalgamation of both – as an animal lover who decided to peruse a career in doing what she loved best, I am sure that you will be interested in the enclosed resume.

Over 6 years of experience of working as an animal care supervisor in a large animal care facility, I believe that I am well-equipped to work in the same capacity at The Animal World. Expertise in creating, implementing and leading animal care programs, aimed at ensuring the health and physical and emotional wellbeing of assigned animals, along with deep familiarity with placing programs to ensure that breeding plans are executed properly, are areas where my main strengths lie.

I am known for the intensity and success of my staff training programs, which leads to successful animal care initiatives across the facility. I am sure that after meeting with me, you too will agree that I am indeed a great contender to hire at the position of an animal care supervisor at The Animal World.

To further place emphasis on my candidature, I would like to meet with you in person, to arrange which, I will contact you after some days. Until then, I can be reached at (000) 444-5428 if required.

Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you.




Sarah Grisham