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Steven Appelbaum Interviewed On Army Wife Talk Radio Show


Did you know that military spouses may qualify for free tuition at Animal Behavior College?

Army Wife Network LogoSteven 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. Appelbaum was interviewed by host Paula Swanson and talked to her about how ABC’s distance learning and hands on training classes for becoming a certified dog trainer, certified pet groomer, or certified veterinary assistant are a perfect fit for military spouses. They can receive instruction anywhere in the United States and can continue their studies seamlessly even if they have a change of station during their education.

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Appelbaum also explained how eligible spouses of active duty military personnel can apply for free tuition through the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Program (MyCAA) sponsored by the Department of Defense. ABC has enrolled over 2,800 military spouses in response to fulfilling the need for portable and viable careers in the $50 billion pet industry to help assist their families.

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 click here to listen to Steve’s interview.
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

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