Becoming a certified dog trainer, pet groomer or veterinary assistant is a truly wonderful thing, but turning that hard-won knowledge into something viable — a business that pays real benefits for pets, owners and yourself — is a different matter. Along with your certification, business-building abilities are crucial in order to Continue reading
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A certification in any of ABC’s pet-oriented programs brings advantages for business-building, promotion and ongoing education that no other school can offer. Below is a partial list of what our graduates have access to Continue reading
Colleen Dermott, ABCDT
Military Spouse Graduate
Certified Dog Training Instructor Program
Colleen Dermott is a very busy lady. She is a wife, mother to 8 year old Kyla and 3 year old Ashlyn, a pet parent to 4 dogs, a cat and an African Grey parrot, and she is a dog training business owner. Continue reading
Ashley Rendon is an ABC Certified Dog Trainer who focuses her professional efforts on public service. After making the most of her MyCAA benefits, she now works for the Red Cross, where, among a great many other responsibilities, she educates pet owners about how to include their Furry Friends in disaster preparedness planning. When necessary, she also helps those pet owners rebuild stability for their pets in the aftermath. Continue reading
Your ABC certification is a gateway to opportunities as wide-ranging as your imagination. But completion of your cert doesn’t mean your education has to stop. Our Continuing Education Programs (CEPs) keep you sharp and give you the tools to grow in ways you never imagined! Continue reading
Animal Behavior College President Steven Appelbaum will be interviewed on “The Scratchin’ Post” on Hooah Radio Thursday, August 9th from 12-2 pm EDT (9-11 am PDT). Appelbaum will talk about the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Program (MyCAA) sponsored by the Department of Defense and explain how spouses of active military personnel can apply to attend Animal Behavior College for FREE if they qualify. If you love animals and have ever wondered what it takes to become a Certified Dog Trainer, Certified Pet Groomer, or Certified Veterinary Assistant, be sure to tune in at www.HooahRadio.com.
Animal Behavior College (ABC) has enrolled over 2,200 military spouses in response to fulfilling the need for portable and viable careers. Since ABC offers home learning combined with a hands-on externship program, military spouses can receive instruction anywhere in the United States, even if they are re-located during their education. They have an opportunity to learn the types of practical careers they can utilize to assist their families.
If you’re unable to listen to the live broadcast, but still want to find out more about Animal Behavior College and it’s programs, call us at 1-800-795-3294, or visit our home page at http://www.AnimalBehaviorCollege.com.
Benefits of Becoming a Veterinary Assistant
Veterinary assistants can work in veterinary clinics, animal hospitals and even grooming facilities. Apart from the variety of work environments available to vet assistants, there are several other benefits. As one of the best veterinary assistant programs in the country, Animal Behavior College explains how to become a veterinary assistant.
Dog Obedience Instructor Program
One of the most frequently asked questions about Animal Behavior College (ABC) Dog Training School is whether the program offers students possible job placement opportunities. After all, changing careers in this economy can be a scary step and students need reassurance that ABC will open the right doors to a long-lasting successful career.