Miracle Corp™ Renews Sponsorship for Animal Behavior College's Dog Obedience Program
Media & PR Contact
Angela Peña, Director of Media and Public Relations
|Santa Clarita, Calif., February 11, 2015 - Animal Behavior College (ABC) announced that MiracleCorp™ recently renewed its sponsorship. The Dayton, Ohio-based manufacturer and worldwide distributor of thousands of premium products for pets, owners and veterinarians, will continue to sponsor the college's Dog Obedience Program (DOP) via its Stewart® specialty dog food and treats brand.
"MiracleCorp is one of the most well regarded brands in the pet industry," said Steven Appelbaum, president and CEO of Animal Behavior College. "Through the sponsorship, students are provided with Stewart product information along with samples of nutritious and wholesome training treats."
Founded in the 1980s, MiracleCorp first introduced a product line of tea tree oil pet care products. Since then, the company has expanded to include several brands. The Stewart pet brand specializes in frozen and freeze-dried dog foods as well as a variety of dry and frozen treats, biscuits and dental treats. Other MiracleCorp brands include, The Hamilton™, Miracle Care™, Summit Flooring and MiracleCorp™ Veterinarian brands.
In addition to dog trainer certification, ABC offers certification through its Grooming Instruction Program (GIP) and Veterinary Assistant Program (VAP). The school also offers a variety of timely CEPs on a variety of subjects, including, cat management and training, pet nutrition, pet massage, pet sitting and training shelter dogs.
To become a dog trainer and to learn more about Animal Behavior College, visit our website at www.AnimalBehaviorCollege.com/info or call 800-795-3294.
About Animal Behavior College
Animal Behavior College is the largest school for professional dog trainers in the U.S. To date, the college has certified and graduated more than 11,300 professional dog trainers through its Dog Obedience Program. In addition, the college has graduated more than 1,300 groomers through its Grooming Instruction Program and 4,200 veterinary assistants through its Veterinary Assistant Program.