Animal Behavior College’s new core certification Aquarium Maintenance Program will include topics on business building, setting up and maintaining freshwater and saltwater aquariums, creating aquascapes, how to identify common diseases and their treatments, fish anatomy, species differentiation and breeding, among others.
Groomer’s Choice Pet Products and Animal Behavior College have renewed their partnership, which will continue into 2021.
For six years, the Sioux Falls, S.D.-based manufacturer and distributor of pet goods has worked alongside Animal Behavior College (ABC), whose corporate offices are based in Los Angeles County, Calif.
In this article Providence Animal Control offers tips on introducing a new dog or cat to your home. PAC has an Animal Behavior College Certified cat trainer on staff.
After a tragic school shooting in her granddaughters’ California high school in November of 2019, Debbie Kendrick, vice-president of Animal Behavior College, arranged for therapy dogs to visit the school. The goal was to replace the anxiety and distress the students and faculty felt with the calmness and comfort from these specially trained dogs. In this podcast, Debbie describes why she felt doing this was essential to the healing process.
Freshwater and saltwater fish ownership continues to increase in popularity. To meet this demand, Animal Behavior College has introduced a core certification Aquarium Maintenance Program.
ABC’s founder and president, Steve Appelbaum, offers advice on helping clients solve problem chewing behaviors with their pets.
Seth Hutson, ABCDT, and instructor of ABC’s On-Campus Dog Obedience Program was interviewed by Peter Spiegel. The interview aired on February 23, 2019. Seth discussed ABC’s Pet Fostering Short-term Program and offered advice to listeners interested in setting up pet fostering programs in their communities. The interview is also available in Apple Podcasts, Android, and RSS.
Steven Appelbaum, ABC’s founder and president, offers advice on how trainers can help their clients read and gain a better understanding of their dogs’ body language and posture.
For Sharon Callan, finding out she had stage 3 colon cancer and only a 30 percent chance of survival was life changing. She started a support group for cancer patients and their spouses and volunteered at local animal shelters. It was while working with homeless dogs that Sharon decided to learn more about dog training and enrolled in Animal Behavior College’s (ABC) Dog Obedience Program to improve her skills.
Scott Timm, ABCDT, is featured in an article about his dog training busines, Ikon K-9 Obedience. This month marks its one-year anniversary.