Animal Behavior College Reputation
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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.
Andis Company has elevated its Silver-level sponsorship to Gold-level Plus. In addition, Andis plans to award two "Rising Star Grooming Scholarships" of $3,200 each to be used for the cost of tuition to enroll in Animal Behavior College's pet grooming program.
Cat owners face some of the same behavioral challenges as their canine counterparts. With more than 40 percent of dog owners also having cats, professional dog trainers have seen an increased demand for feline behavior counseling services. Animal Behavior College introduces a Cat Training Program to help dog trainers, veterinary staff and anyone else interested in learning about feline behavior.
Animal Behavior College graduate, Kate Judge, ABCDT, discusses her successful Los Angeles pet services business and her partnership with celebrity Lisa Vanderpump's organization, Vanderpump Dog Foundation. Kate's business, Dogwood Daycare and Boarding, opened in 2001.
ABC's new Cat Training Program teaches cat lovers everything they need to know about cats and how to train them.
Wahl Clipper Corporation is a gold-level sponsor of Animal Behavior Colleges pet grooming program.
Andis Company is accepting applications for the Groom Nation Scholarship to Animal Behavior College's grooming program.
ABC is mentioned in an article featuring a Q&A with Pet-Ag's brand manager. Pet-Ag's Fresh n' Clean products are included in ABC's Grooming Instruction Program tool kits.
For the second year in a row, WAHL Clipper Corporation will be a gold-level sponsor for Animal Behavior College's Grooming Instruction Program.
Animal Behavior College is offering a new Doggie Day Care Short Term Program in 2017.
Why do some people aspire to be dog trainers? What do they want to achieve? This was the subject of Animal Behavior College's 2016 Coastal Pet Products scholarship essay contest. The winners were awarded full scholarship to the school's dog training program.
Animal Behavior College's students win full scholarships. The scholarship recipients, Leslie Bussinger of Colfax, Calif., and Portia E. Scott of Florissant, Mo., were selected for how well they explained their achievement goals and their commitment to strengthening the bond between dog owners and their pets.