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.
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.
Pet Product News International is the top monthly business newsmagazine that informs, educates and entertains the professional pet industry. Leaders in all areas of the pet industry look to Pet Product News International, "The Big 1," as their source of up-to-date information.
Animal Behavior College was displayed on the homepage of PetProductNews.com as it announced it's approval by the government for the MyCAA military spouse education funding.
Veterinary Practice News is a business-to-business magazine for veterinarians and veterinary support staff published monthly.
News on vetpracticenews.com consists of reporters that specialize in covering the veterinary industry.
Animal Behavior College was displayed on the homepage of VeterinaryPracticeNews.com as it announced it's approval by the government for the MyCAA military spouse education funding.
Entrepreneur.com is the most widely used website by entrepreneurs and leaders in business worldwide. As the leading small business website on the Internet, Entrepreneur.com serves its visitors’ needs by creating the most satisfying experience with relevant content, logical information management and ease of access.
ABC was proud to be featured on Entrepreneur.com as they announced their approval by the government for the MyCAA military spouse education funding program.
ABC staff attended a dog training seminar held by Victoria Stilwell, host of Animal Planet's hit TV show, "It's Me or the Dog" in Santa Barbara, CA.
Flexi, one of the lead producers of the retractable leash, recently published an article written by Steven Appelbaum. This article presents Appelbaum’s expert training advice on the use of retractable leashes and how they apply to dog training.
Tails Inc. is the publisher of over 16 regional pet magazines nationwide. Their dedication to helping homeless dogs coupled with their focus on the pet world has made them one of the most popular privately-owned pet magazines in America. In mid-2009, Tails Inc. published an article titled "Making Cents out of Pet Sense," which featured careers that were inspired by our furry friends. ABC’s president, Steven Appelbaum was one of the people profiled in this article as an entrepreneur in the pet industry.