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.
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.
Graham Bloem, ABCDT, is featured in this article. He specializes in training dogs with behavior challenges and service dogs.
Mary Blasier, ABCDT, introduced a dog behavior class at a local shelter in her community. The class helps canine owners whose four-legged friends exhibit challenging behaviors positively correct and build stronger relationships with them.
What steps do you take to keep your salon safe, not just for the pets entrusted in your care but also for you and your employees? It starts when the first client walks through the door.
Dog training is an unregulated profession, but there are steps dog training enthusiasts can take to ensure they get the proper education and skills. ABC's Dog Obedience Program is an excellent choice.
Andis Company announces partnership with Animal Behavior College's pet grooming program.
2 Hounds Design Inc. and Charlee Bear Treats renew sponsorships for Animal Behavior College's Dog Obedience Program.
There are several ways to read a dog's body language and make proper introductions. Steven Appelbaum, Animal Behavior College's president, explains how.