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.
Guillermo Roa, ABCDT, is in the news again. He and his therapy dog, Molly who understands commands in both English and Spanish, work with homeless, runaway, abandoned and trafficked young people in New York City.
Since the dog training industry is unregulated, it's essential that owners do their homework first before hiring a trainer. And, Animal Behavior College’s Certified Dog Trainer Database is an excellent resource. This blog also offers 4 tips on choosing a certified dog trainer.
Guillermo (Memo) Roa, ABCDT and certified therapy dog trainer is featured in a Q&A about how he trained a chocolate lab named Molly to respond to direction in both English and Spanish. Together, the bilingual team provides free animal therapy services to homeless children in New York City shelters and to adults who have special needs.
Rebekah "Becky" Cholensky, ABCPG, was featured in an article about her new pet grooming business.
Jazzmyn Carter, ABCVA was interviewed on NPR about the non-profit she created, Jazzy Paws, Inc. The clinic provides wellness, spay, and neuter serves to the dogs and cats of under privileged pet owners who reside in outlying counties surrounding Atlanta, Georgia.
Monica Rivera, ABCDT, is celebrating the opening of her new dog training facility in Seymour, Indiana. In addition to teaching training classes for dogs and their owners, she will also offer pet boarding and daycare.
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.