Animal Behavior College Dog Training School

Animal Behavior College Employees Open Their Hearts Animal Behavior College - Dog Training School At Animal Behavior College our company is built on the belief that together employees and the students of ABC can help save animal lives. Animal Behavior College began offering Dog Training Certifications in 1998. Our Founder, Steven Appelbaum believed that training … [Read more...]

Level 2 Dog Training Certification – Coming in August 2013

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Attention All Dog Trainers, Looking for a way to impress your clients? Animal Behavior College is preparing to launch a Level 2 Dog Training Certification.  You do not need to be a graduate of Animal Behavior College to take this certification examination. We proudly offer this opportunity to all professional dog trainers. Passing this examination will earn you the … [Read more...]

ABC Dog Training Students Lend A Helping Hand

Dog Training students volunteer at Best Friends Animal Society in Mission Hills, CA.

Animal Behavior College Students lend a helping hand by donating their time and skills to help train the dogs at a local Los Angeles Animal Shelter. Best Friends Animal Society is located just north of Los Angeles in Mission Hills, CA. The Best Friends Animal Society has over 250 dogs on site and enjoys having a close relationship with Dog Training facilities who can lend a … [Read more...]

Why Training a Cat Differs from Dog Training

How to Train a Cat

Can Cats Be Trained? By Steven Appelbaum They sure can. Anyone who owns a cat knows that they are intelligent, inquisitive beings. Most people associate obedience training with terms that include stay, heel, come, down etc. However, obedience training is only one type of training. While that might seem obvious to some, it is at the core of every successful training … [Read more...]

Dog Training Success Story Winner (2 of 2)

ABC’s Success Story Contest Co-Winner Congratulations to Sally Eccleston! Sally was unable to continue her 35-year painting career due to health issues. A life-long dog lover, she decided to change to a career where she could work with and maybe even help dogs, especially those with behavioral problems and shelter animals. After considering a variety of job options, including … [Read more...]