Our holiday party pretty much blew the roof off and there is evidence of a FABULOUS time! Here are more names and faces of ABC staffers you might know! (Thanks to Marketing Exec Marc for the photos!) Continue reading
Did you know that military spouses may qualify for free tuition at Animal Behavior College?
Steven Appelbaum, Animal Behavior College (ABC) founder and president was interviewed on “Army Wife Talk Radio” on Monday, December 3, 2012. The radio program is designed specifically for Army wives by Army wives. Continue reading
Animal Behavior College celebrated the season with its annual holiday gala, this year held at the festively accommodating Hyatt Regency Valencia. Dressed to the nines, ABC’s staff came out for great food and great fun, capping off another successful year!
(Thanks to ABC’s Margueriet in Admissions for most of the pix!)
You’ve mulled and deliberated and made the decision: time to get your first dog. CONGRATULATIONS! Years of joy, love and fun await. This guide is intended to help you make a small handful of important decisions that can make all the difference in adopting the right dog for your specific situation. Continue reading
Bad canine citizens can be good and good canine citizens can be better. We’ve got five solid dog training and pet grooming tips to help your Furry Friend improve in ways that actually matter! Continue reading
People are traveling far and wide this time of year with trips ranging from supply runs to the market (more cranberry sauce!) to cross-country plane, train and/or automobile adventures. Like to bring your Furry Friend along? You can with just a little planning… and everyone will be better off for it! Continue reading
Are you a hero dog trainer, pet groomer or veterinary assistant? Then we want to hear from you and share your story with the ABC community! Our students, grads and mentor trainers do amazing things every day…
ABC Founder and CEO Steve Appelbaum helps get your Furry Friend safely and comfortably through the holiday season!
Holidays bring special meals, unusual ingredients and guests that might not know the “house rules” about what can be fed to your pets. A little advance eduction can go a long way for everyone involved. Continue reading