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January 17, 2014
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Is your dog having behavioral issues and you’d like to get help from a behaviorist? The term “behaviorist” is fairly broad and could mean one thing to one person and another to someone else. Some dog behaviorists, such as veterinary behaviorists and certified applied animal behaviorists, go through rigorous higher-level degree programs and residencies to achieve certification; others may have no formal education whatsoever and do not need to meet many requirements to become certified, if they’re certified at all.To get your dog the best help possible, find out about each type of behaviorist and what he or she can do to reduce behavior issues.
The Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers does offer certification—designated as CPDT-KA—via testing; the number of trainers who have been certified is in the low thousands.
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