Animal Behavior College, a premiere dog training school in America, has provided Sandra, a professional pet sitter, with skills to improve behavior and obedience in the dogs she cares for. “I always loved dogs but not until I went through the ABC program, did I truly begin to understand them,” she says.
Sandra continues with an all-important observation: “I had been a pet sitter for five years. During this time, I saw many of my clients enroll their dogs in obedience classes, go through the sessions and end up with dogs that were still completely untrained”. Because this concerned her, Sandra concluded that there had to be a better way. It seemed wasteful and incomplete that some of the dogs she cared for still had behavior problems. Continue reading
Dog Training Schools are not only for people interested in becoming dedicated trainers, they also should offer diversity in other animal careers as part of the on-going support to their students. Animal Behavior College has been known to enhance a veterinarian’s goals through training certification. While Lana was looking to practice animal medicine, she also discovered the importance and necessity of proper training for pet owners.
“I always wanted to become a dog trainer because I love animals,” Lana begins. “But before going through Animal Behavior College, I didn’t have too much knowledge on how to teach others basic obedience except what I had seen on TV and read in books”. ABC’s training program was about to change all that.
Enrolling in a leading Dog Training School can prepare an animal lover for many things; effective pet sitting, part time dog trainer, or full time dog training as a dream-come-true animal career. In Tony Wolfe’s case, his desire to create a business out of a life-long passion for dogs blossomed after attending Animal Behavior College’s dog training program.
Early on, Tony had an interest in doing something with his life beyond the corporate world. After an obedience class from the local Humane Society in 1994, he discovered he wanted more. He loved the idea of teaching others the benefits of training their pets.
First came the desire to make a difference; then came the Dog training school. Christy Rousseau has been a life-long animal lover, ultimately volunteering in a shelter in Maine as a way to share her passion for dogs who were ‘homeless’. “Of interest to me was that many dogs are owner surrendered to shelters due to the perceived ‘disobedient’ nature.”
Her sentiment to make a difference in those dogs’ lives by getting professional training became a life-altering event threefold—for the dogs to be placed, the potential new pet owners, and for Christy herself.
Animal Behavior College stood out as she began researching dog training schools. “I chose ABC because it offered a comprehensive learning phase that included basic canine behavior theory, as well as the hands-on portion of the program where I could apply the theory. Continue reading
Dog Training Schools boast many things, not the least of which is successful graduates of a certified dog training program. In the cases of both Lisa & Cheryl, their passion for dogs led them to an animal school that would train them in the best practices of a variety of dog training techniques. Similarly, both women developed a love for dogs early in life.
Meet Lisa: “I’ve had about five dogs throughout my life,” she explains, “all rescues”. She goes on to note that she has always related well to dogs and was a natural at training. But, she wanted more experience in dog training. That’s where Animal Behavior College came in.