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Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists

Help for your pet’s behavior problems.

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For pet owners

Learn how a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist can help you.

for veterinarians

Find out the advantages of referring to an A/CAAB and what to expect.

For pet professionals

Learn about A/CAAB credentials, and what to do if you’re interested in becoming one.

We can help

Confused about what to do because you’ve received conflicting information?

It’s frustrating when your dog chews your brand new, expensive couch, or graces you with his lovely high-pitched barking that makes your brain rattle. It’s frustrating when your cats and birds don’t get along in the same household. We understand. You’re in trouble, and we can help mitigate the problem behaviors that are frustrating you.

It’s exciting when you’re about to bring a new puppy or kitten into your home. It will be so much fun! We also understand that puppies and kittens take a lot of time, effort, and knowledge. We can help you be proactive so that problem behaviors don’t develop.

Whether your pet’s behavior has recently become a concern, or you are dealing with recurring behavior problems, Board-Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists are uniquely qualified to work with you and your family to find the best solution. We set everyone up for success, including fur, feathers, and humans alike!

Our goal is to properly assess your pet’s behavior and formulate a treatment plan using scientific principles and humane training techniques.

Who we are

  • Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists who work in private pet practice
  • Certified through the Animal Behavior Society
  • Have a PhD (CAAB) or MSc (ACAAB)
  • Have many years of experience
  • Have completed research in behavior and written peer-reviewed publications
  • Insured and follow a Code of Ethics

Find out more about CAAB credentials

Many other CAABs work in academia, government, zoos, shelters, humane organizations, and more. Learn more here.