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.
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.
Highere.com is a career-oriented website that helps job seekers find free career advice including how to get a job, keep a job and succeed in the workplace. In the summer of 2009, Highere.com published an article titled, "What are the Careers Working with Animals?" This article featured ABC as an educational institution that caters to people who wish to work in the pet industry. Given ABC’s strong focus on helping graduates succeed, this article detailed the school’s job-placement assistance as well as their focus on business building and networking.
DogChannel.com, owned by Bowtie Inc. is the website for some of the most popular pet magazines in the country including Dog Fancy and Dog World. In early 2009 an article was published solely featuring ABC’s Students Saving Lives campaign titled, "Dog Trainers Turn Focus to Saving Shelter Dogs." This article detailed the work of ABC students who volunteer their time training shelter dogs to help increase adoption rates. To date, ABC students have donated over 31,000 hours of volunteer training time and have helped countless dogs find loving, permanent homes.
All six of ABC’s Continuing Education Programs have been approved by the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT) and the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC) for 21 CEU credits toward CPDT re-certification.”
Pawsome Radio is an extension of ABC graduate, Barry Rosenberg's love of everything dog. The mission of Pawsome radio is to provide information about the many aspects of dog ownership that people may not be aware of. This is accomplished by introducing dog professionals from around the world. Specialists with assorted expertise in a variety of dog related occupations that share information with listeners, on a personalized level. Barry recently invited ABC President Steven Appelbaum on to his program to discuss what is really involved in becoming a professional dog trainer. To listen to this interview, visit www.PawesomeRadio.com and listen to the "Training and Trainers" show.