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.
Laura Stock, ABCVA, and her sister incorporated Happy Little Hooves Pony and Donkey Sanctuary in January. The nonprofit, which is also approved by Animal Protection Services, helps animals that are seized or surrendered.
The series "Game of Thrones" inspired many dog names. ABC's blog was referenced in Romper about this very subject.
In this article, Steven Appelbaum, president of Animal Behavior College, offers tips on board and train programs and how to manage clients' expectations.
Richmond Animal Care and Control has experienced an increase in the number of adoptions and donations thanks to the help of social media platforms such as Facebook and the assistance of Mollie Norville, ABCDT. She's an animal behaviorist who works with dogs to socialize them and assess their adoptability.
Judy Endo is an ABC DOP mentor. In this column, she shares her experience as a dog trainer and encourages readers to volunteer to help dogs and cats.
Rhonda York, ABCDT, is also a renaissance woman. The professional singer, former college-level vocal performance instructor and ordained minister has always had a deep affection for animals, especially dogs.
Tom Dixon, ABCDT, is living his dream. The musician was featured in an article recently about his decision to pursue a dog training career.
Janice Liscinsky, ABCDT, is expanding her dog training business. She recently received approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission in her town. Janice also volunteers and trains dogs at a local shelter in her community.
How do you start your dog in agility? Where do you begin? In his blog, Steven Appelbaum, ABC's founder and president explains how.
This article by Steven Appelbaum, ABC's president, encourages pet retailers to learn the many reasons dogs chew items. By understanding this behavior, retailers can suggest products to their customers that best address particular behaviors.