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.
ABC graduate, Bette Yip, was just named Best Dog Trainer of the Year in the Reader’s Choice Award for Beantown Tails Magazine. This is the 3rd year in a row that Yip has received this honor.
As part of his monthly column for VPI Pet Insurance, President of Animal Behavior College and expert dog trainer, Steven Appelbaum, discusses how to deal with inappropriate puppy chewing habits. Appelbaum helps puppy parents by divulging his tips on managing this costly and destructive behavior.
Ever Consider a Career with Animals? It’s as Easy as A-B-C! Fido Friendly featured an interview with the President of ABC, Steven Appelbaum, and graduate Angela DeLuca, ABCDT, about the perks of a career in the animal industry.
The Earth Times Online Newspaper is an online news and press release resource with particular focus on environmental issues and corporate social responsibility. Updated constantly with breaking world news and sport plus worldwide press releases, The Earth Times covers global topics and politics plus the latest corporate, business and product news and reviews. In honor of Earth Day, this online newspaper reported on Animal Behavior College’s success with their Students Saving Lives program, to acknowledge Animal Behavior College’s commitment to enriching the lives of shelter dogs nationwide.
Early this year, The Abington Journal in Clark Summit, PA featured All American Dog Trainers, a dog training business owned and operated by ABC graduates, Christine Spangler, ABCDT and Denise Allen, ABCDT.
Spangler and Allen offer Basic Obedience and Canine Good Citizenship classes to their clients in order to "promote well-mannered dogs in the community," says Spangler.
ABC President, Steven Appelbaum, is featured in Dog Fancy Magazine's website, Dog Channel.com with an article called, "Tips to Relax a Pet During the Holidays."
K9 Magazine proudly describes itself as
the magazine your dog would read. Often featuring celebrity dog lovers on the cover, this magazine recently helped Animal Behavior College announce the sixth year anniversary of their Students Saving Lives program. To date Animal Behavior College students, have been responsible for donating over 60,000 hours of dog training time to animal shelters nationwide, in an effort to help save the lives of homeless dogs.
eHow.com is an online community dedicated to providing visitors the ability to research, share, and discuss solutions and tips for completing day-to-day tasks and projects. In an article about Animal Training and Management, eHow.com described Animal Behavior College’s Certified Dog Trainer Course. "Students also might study animal learning theory, health and disease management, safety and business building, according to Animal Behavior College. In hands-on animal training programs, students additionally learn how to care for animals, which includes, feeding, watering, exercising, grooming and bathing them as well as cleaning and repairing their cages."
The Tule River Indian Tribe Newsletter reported on one of their member’s experience learning to become a Certified Veterinary Assistant through Animal Behavior College.
Tyra grew up on the Tule River Indian reservation, riding horses, raising sheep and helping out on cattle drives. She talks about her experiences and future as a Certified Veterinary Assistant.
ABC was featured on the homepage of PetProductNews.com announcing the launch of the Certified Grooming Instruction program. This is the third course ABC offers as the premier school for animal-related career training.