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Animal behavior College has been in the animal career industry for nearly 20 years. Check out what the media is saying about us as well as our graduates.
Like their human companions, cats and dogs also can experience loss and grieving especially after the passing of a fellow four-legged brother or sister. Sydney Warner, ABCDT, was interviewed in a TV-news segment offering tips on how to recognize subtle signs your pet is grieving and ways to comfort and support them through the process.
Changing careers after age 50 can be scary, but Estela Marroquin welcomed the challenge. She became a certified Animal Behavior College Veterinary Assistant at age 67 and shared her story and offered tips to career changers during an interview on Pet Life Radios' Unleashed podcast.
Scott Timm, ABCDT, is featured in an article about his dog training busines, Ikon K-9 Obedience. This month marks its one-year anniversary.
The mobile pet grooming industry is growing as busy pet owners and home bound seniors pay more to enjoy the convenience of having grooming services brought to their doorstep. Keli Fritz, ABCPG, discusses this trend and why pet owners should ensure the pet groomers they hire have professional certification.
This article features a Q&A with Heather Jacobs, ABCDT of Galesburg, Illinois. She is the owner of Heather's Fabulous Dog Care where she offers dog training, walking and sitting services.
Guillermo Roa, ABCDT, is in the news again. He and his therapy dog, Molly who understands commands in both English and Spanish, work with homeless, runaway, abandoned and trafficked young people in New York City.
Since the dog training industry is unregulated, it's essential that owners do their homework first before hiring a trainer. And, Animal Behavior College’s Certified Dog Trainer Database is an excellent resource. This blog also offers 4 tips on choosing a certified dog trainer.
Guillermo (Memo) Roa, ABCDT and certified therapy dog trainer is featured in a Q&A about how he trained a chocolate lab named Molly to respond to direction in both English and Spanish. Together, the bilingual team provides free animal therapy services to homeless children in New York City shelters and to adults who have special needs.
Rebekah "Becky" Cholensky, ABCPG, was featured in an article about her new pet grooming business.
Jazzmyn Carter, ABCVA was interviewed on NPR about the non-profit she created, Jazzy Paws, Inc. The clinic provides wellness, spay, and neuter serves to the dogs and cats of under privileged pet owners who reside in outlying counties surrounding Atlanta, Georgia.