Aspcabehavior.org features the Virtual Pet Behaviorist, created by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Its searchable database of bad behaviors of dogs, cats, and horses offers “possible solutions and tips” on how to achieve them.
Ccpdt.org, home of the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, helps owners learn how to “teach basic skills” to their dogs. The CCPDT connects the owners to licensed classes and puppy trainers in all 50 states while providing tips on choosing a reliable trainer.
Certifiedanimalbehaviorist.com is the site of a group of veterinarians, biologists, and animal behaviorists who “specialize in tricky behaviors.” All members have at least a master’s degree in their field. Once medical explanations for bad behavior have been ruled out, they can offer expert advice.
Source: Family Circle