Jones Animal Behavior
Training for Your Cats & Dogs
SERVICES & RATES
Choosing a pro
Did you know?
can call themselves
Behaviorist, Behavior Specialist, Behavior Expert,
og Trainer, Head Trainer, Training Specialist, Consultant, Lead Consultant, Instructor, etc.?
Absolutely no education, qualifications, training, or experience whatsoever is required to charge for working with any behavior problem or training need?
Before hiring anyone
A quick easy read that walks you through hiring a trainer (paperback or eBook)
A brief video on how to choose a trainer
Understanding Equipment and Training Methods
Dominance and Dog Training
Training Your Dog Like They Do on TV
Dog Training Myths
Choosing Your Pro
Typically work on manners, learning new skill
Many also address basic behavior concerns such as house training or unwanted chewing
Should be educated in behavior modification and learning theory
Modify existing, unwanted behaviors
Some are also trainers
What is an Applied Animal Behaviorist?
Applied Animal Behaviorist locator
Animal Behavior Consultant locator
Vets who have completed residency or training in behavioral medicine
Are able to determine if there is a medical component to behavior concerns
Can determine when or if behavioral medication(s) might be appropriate
Are experienced in choosing a medication best suited to a pet's concerning behavior
Find a veterinary behaviorist
Types of Pros
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