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.
Animal Behavior College is mentioned in an article about how to screen dog trainers. ABC is a positive-based dog trainer school that teaches science-based learning theory.
Animal Behavior College was one of several vendors that participated in the Dog Daze of Summer pet event in Hesperia, California where several dogs were adopted.
Tera Dschaak-James, ABCDT, is featured in an article about the expansion of her successful dog training business. She and her business partner relocated to their present location, a single-story, 4,600-square-foot building, remodeled it and are training even more dogs.
Debbie Claseman (ABCDT) and her husband, Gerad’s nonprofit American Service Animal Society (also known as Dogs 4 Vets)was featured in the news. The Arizona-based organization teaches veterans how to train their pets to be their service dogs.
A nonprofit in Michigan's goal is to end kill shelters in the state. Animal Behavior College's Chris Walter believes dog owners whose canine companions exhibit aggressive behaviors do not understand what their dogs need, how they learn, and how they think.
Animal Behavior College's expert advice is mentioned in a blog about 10 ways to keep pets happy when owners are away. The article references ABC's blog about the subject.
This article features Animal Behavior Dog Obedience Program graduate, Katie Lantz, ABCDT. Katie opened a business in her community training dogs in 2017.
Teaching children dog safety is an important way to prevent dog bites. Breanna Brancheau, ABCDT, published a children's book about pet safety that teaches the proper way to approach and interact with dogs.
Chris Speicher, ABCPG, was featured in an article about his new mobile grooming business. The creative ABC graduate built a custom unit in a cargo trailer during his free time. The project took four months to complete.
Military veterans from Animal Behavior College's classroom program are featured in this article.