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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.
Bringing home a new adult pet is exciting. In observance of National Train Your Dog Month, this article offers tips for owners that help the transition run smoothly. Animal Behavior College's Cat Training Program is also mentioned.
The holidays are a busy and stressful time for pet owners and their canine companions. Steven Appelbaum, ABC's founder and CEO, is quoted in this article that addresses five common ways dogs may change their behavior during this time and proactive solutions that help them.
Pet boarding and daycare employees encounter a significant number of behavioral challenges from their canine clients, especially aggression. In this article, Steven Appelbaum, ABC's president, explains the five causes of aggression and offers solutions on how to handle it.
Sharon Callan, ABCDT, recues dogs from kill shelters and trains them to be service dogs for veterans. She founded a nonprofit in 2015, Shelter Dogs for Veterans.
Animal Behavior College congratulates Allison Cohen, winner of the Andis Groom Nation Scholarship. As the winner, Allison will receive paid tuition to the school’s Pet Grooming Program.
Andis announced the winner of its Groom Nation Scholarship. The winner won a scholarship to Animal Behavior College's pet groomer program.
This feature is about Roxy Anderson, ABCDT, who recently opened a finishing school for dogs in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Using positive reinforcement, she teaches dog training as well as doga- yoga. Doga-yoga involves stretching exercises to build core body strength and balance in canines.
ABC's Certified Dog Trainer Directory is the subject of Cardinal Pet Care's blog as well as 4 tips on how to choose a dog trainer.
Like their human companions, cats and dogs also can experience loss and grieving especially after the passing of a fellow four-legged brother or sister. Sydney Warner, ABCDT, was interviewed in a TV-news segment offering tips on how to recognize subtle signs your pet is grieving and ways to comfort and support them through the process.
Changing careers after age 50 can be scary, but Estela Marroquin welcomed the challenge. She became a certified Animal Behavior College Veterinary Assistant at age 67 and shared her story and offered tips to career changers during an interview on Pet Life Radios' Unleashed podcast.