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Animal Divisions

Cat Division

The Cat Division of the IAABC offers opportunities to both seasoned and aspiring professional Cat Behavior Consultants.

Miranda Workman
Miranda Workman
Division Chair

Dog Division

The IAABC Dog Division welcomes both seasoned and aspiring professional Dog Behavior Consultants. We work together to enhance the lives of dogs and their people.

Barbara Davis, CPDT-KA, CDBC
Barbara Davis, CPDT-KA, CDBC
Division Chair

Horse Division

As Horse Behavior Consultants, we strive to provide people and their horses professional assistance in assessing and solving behavioral challenges.

Lauren Fraser, CHBC
Lauren Fraser, CHBC
Division Chair

Parrot Division

The Parrot Division strives to contribute to the contentment of hundreds of divergent species of parrots and their keepers.

Stephanie Edlund, CPBC
Stephanie Edlund, CPBC
Division Chair

Shelter Division

The aim of the Division is to create a place where current and future shelter workers can get quality education, information, community and support.

Trish McMillan Loehr
Trish McMillan Loehr
Division Co-Chair
Katenna Jones, ScM, ACAAB, CCBC, CDBC, CPDT-KA
Katenna Jones, ScM, ACAAB, CCBC, CDBC, CPDT-KA
Division Co-Chair

Working Animals Division

The objective of the Division is to support handlers and trainers working with service, therapy and other working animals in preventing and ameliorating behavioral issues.

Patricia Tirrell, CPDT-KA, CRA
Patricia Tirrell, CPDT-KA, CRA
Division Co-Chair

International Divisions

Español Division

La Asociación Internacional de Consultores de Conducta Animal (IAABC) representa educación de alta calidad y basada en estándares internacionales.

Uli Grodeke

Ireland Division

Our IAABC Ireland Division brings together trainers, behaviorists, shelter and rescue workers and volunteers, the veterinary community and academic researchers both in our online groups and at our yearly conference.

Nanci Creedon, M.Sc.

UK Division

Our IAABC UK Division brings together trainers, behaviorists, shelter and rescue workers and volunteers, the veterinary community and academic researchers both in our online groups and at our yearly conference.

Justine Harrison, CHBC