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.
An article was written for this internet site focusing on the successful "Student Saving Lives" program at Animal Behavior College. ABC's commitment to help stem the tide of animal homelessness nationwide and throughout Canada is recognized.
President Obama honors Dawn Schweisgut, ABC Veterinary Assistant honors graduate, for her animal shelter renovation project that she designed for the Center for Animal Health and Welfare in Easton, PA. It was completed with the help of volunteers!
Bryan Walker, ABCDT, is a former U.S. Marine Corps drill instructor who operates a dog obedience school where he uses positive reinforcement to develop desired behavior.
Animal Behavior College President, Steven Appelbaum, was interviewed for a story about the Certified Pet Grooming Program, which takes a well-rounded approach by combining distance learning with first-hand experience.
Steve Appelbaum, President of Animal Behavior College is a member of the Love That Dog Hollywood podcast team! Steve is in studio twice a month to talk about animal training techniques, ABC program updates and he also contributes to the topics discussed on the show along with the other guests.
Wendy Bedwell Wilson, the writer of ABC's Pet Sitting and Dog Walking CEP, interviews ABC dog training graduate Catherine "Cat" Intoci. Cat participated in ABC's Students Saving Lives program and has successfully trained and fostered many dogs to help them find forever homes!
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.
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.
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.
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.