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MEDIA ALERT Animal Behavior College Salutes Canine Veterans in Video

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  Angela Peña, Director of Media and Public Relations
  888-338-7778 (direct)
  AngelaP@AnimalBehaviorCollege.com
Thursday, April 30, 2015 : 4:04:44 PM

Santa Clarita, Calif., November 6, 2014 — They are man’s best friend and a soldier’s trusted comrade. In observance of Veteran’s Day, Animal Behavior College (ABC) has created a video tribute honoring military working dogs, also known as war dogs, for their allegiance, devotion and loyalty to those they serve. These canine champions and their handlers sacrifice much for freedom, sometime paying with their lives.

The video, ABC’s Canine Champions of Freedom who Sacrifice for All, salutes four military working dogs for their bravery and service. Throughout history, war dogs have worked side-by-side with soldiers during combat in several capacities, including guarding, scouting, recovering, tracking and detecting. With noses so keen—they are 100,000 times more sensitive than humans’ and their uncanny ability for detection—these canine warriors have saved a countless number of soldiers’ lives.

There are currently more than 2,500 military working dogs worldwide, according to the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.

Animal Behavior College offers certifications and continuing education programs. To become a dog trainer, obtain dog-training certification, enroll in the Dog Obedience Program (DOP), Veterinary Assistant Program (VAP) or the Grooming Instruction Program (GIP), visit our website at www.AnimalBehaviorCollege.com/info or call 1-800-795-3294.

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What: Animal Behavior College’s Canine Champions of Freedom Video

Why: To honor the contributions of military working dogs

Where: To see the video, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdIp-NB4wmA

Animal Behavior College offers certifications and continuing education programs. To become a dog trainer, obtain dog-training certification, enroll in the Dog Obedience Program (DOP), Veterinary Assistant Program (VAP) or the Grooming Instruction Program (GIP), visit our website at www.AnimalBehaviorCollege.com/info or call 1-800-795-3294.

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