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Dog behavior and training resources to include chewing, collar sensitivity, digging, house training, jumping, food aggression, pulling and barking.
The AHA, founded in 1877, is one of the oldest animal and child advocacy organizations in the country. They are involved in a wide range of educational, legislative, and research initiatives aimed at protecting children, pets, and farm animals from abuse and neglect.
Look to the AKC for information on dog breeds, puppies, dog shows, the Canine Good Citizen and S.T.A.R. Puppy programs, the AKC Animal Therapy program, and a variety of training resources.
The ASPCA, created in 1866, is the oldest humane organization in the Western Hemisphere. Although based in NYC, the Society plays a leading role in many national legislative and educational issues. Its website is a rich repository of information for pet owners on everything from skin conditions to behavior questions.
This organization of veterinarians, behaviorists, and research professionals publishes widely respected, scientifically sound positions on various dog training-related issues. On their website, you’ll find position statements about puppy socialization, the theory of dominance in dog training, and how to choose a dog trainer.
CAAB is an organization of professionals with advanced graduate degrees in the science of animal behavior who have been certified through the Animal Behavior Society.