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Animal Behavior College Reputation

In the News

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.

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The Flagship | January 2012

Amanda Hunt is an ABC Dog Training and Pet Grooming graduate. She is a military spouse who received free tuition through the MyCAA program sponsored by the Department of Defense. Amanda works at Perfect Paws Pet Training in Norfolk, Virginia.

Animal Wellness | December 2011

Through the ABC "Student Saving Lives" program, over 6,100 students have volunteered over 68,000 hours in shelters and rescue agencies throughout the U.S. and Canada to help train animals so that they can become more adoptable.

The Pet Press | December 2011

ABC president Steven Appelbaum writes about how trainers and pet lovers can work with shelters and assist in the training of animals to help make them more adoptable.

The Frontline | November 2011

Military spouse Brittany Mullins is a recent Certified Veterinary Assistant graduate and she received her education free through the MyCAA program. Brittany has already been hired at the pet hospital where she did her externship work in Savannah, Georgia.

Navy Dispatch Newspaper | September 2011

The advantages of the Military Spouse Career Advancement Program (MyCAA) for ABC military spouse students is highlighted. Students are eligible to receive $4,000 in education benefits.

Military Press | August 2011

Dana Kendall is a Camp Pendleton military spouse and an ABC Certified Dog Trainer and Certified Veterinary Assistant graduate. In addition to establishing a successful dog training business, Dana has trained her rescued pit bull Toni to be a certified service dog to assist her with her Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

The Coast News | August 2011

ABC grad students Dana Kendall and her mentor trainer Caitlin Davis are interviewed about the MyCAA program and the success of their dog training businesses during the economic recession.

The San Bernardino County Sentinel | July 2011

Front page story interview with President of ABC, Steven Appelbaum, and Fort Irwin resident Veterinary Assistant MyCAA student Donna Lamb. The article highlights ABC's distance learning program advantages for military spouses.

Hawai'i Army Weekly | July 2011

Lynn Smith is pursuing her Dog Training career through the MyCAA free education program for military spouses. She is one of over 1400 military spouses who have enrolled in the military-friendly program.

Professional Pet Sitter | May 2011

"Pet Sitting and Dog Training - a Natural Combination," written by ABC President Steven Appelbaum is featured in the Spring 2011 issue of Professional Pet Sitter, a publication of the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS). The article focuses on the importance of pet sitters knowing how to address simple behavior challenges with their client's pets.




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