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Dog Trust Interview Questions and Answers

If you are going to take an interview with Dog Trust then it's best to be prepared for your big day. There are many questions you could be asked during your job interview however there are some that you will definitely be asked which are below:

Dog Trust Interview Questions and Answers

Can you describe an occasion during which you had to deliver bad news to someone?

Be honest and tell them about your experience.

Why do you want to work for Dogs Trust?

You can always tell that "I love dogs" but let's keep this as the start of our answer. You need to be more specific.

What do you know about Dogs Trust?

It's very easy to visit their website and read the "about us" section. Take notes about what they do and how they do.

What experience have you had with producing campaign material?

It's important, to be honest when answering an interview question whether you have experience or not.

What high street shops stand out for you in terms of good fashion and window displays?

Just tell the one that amazes you as long as it's not Pet At Home.

What's the advantages and disadvantages of working in a team?

You probably worked in a team before if this is not your first job. Don't worry if this is your first job and don't know anything about teamwork as you can always tell them the advantages and disadvantages of working in a team.

You will probably be asked the following questions as well:

  • Tell me about yourself
  • Why do you want to work for Dog Trust?
  • Have you ever been to a Dog Trust store?
  • Do you know anyone who works for Dog Trust?
  • Do you love animals?
  • Have you got a Dog?
  • When can you start?
  • Have you got any questions for me?
  • Have you got any experience of working with animals?
  • What do you think about animal rights?
  • What makes you better than other candidates? Why should we hire you?
  • What motivates you?

Dog Trust interview tips

What to wear. You can dress casually at your Dog Trust interview. Nothing formal is necessary due to the nature of the job.

Timing? Be there at a given location no earlier or later than 15 minutes before your interview. This is really important to your employer's organisation.

Don't forget to ask questions to your interviewer after your interview. Ask questions about training, when you could start etc.

Have you got any other questions or tips to contribute to this page?

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