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IAABC Resources

The following resources are provided by the IAABC. Many more additional resources, education, and tools are available for our Members. More about the IAABC and how to join

Articles

Articles that support the practice of animal behavior consulting.

IAABC Articles and Resources

Cat Posters

Educational behavior-focused cat posters by artist Lili Chin

Cat resources from the IAABC

Dog Park Posters

Educational behavior-focused dog posters by artist Lili Chin

Dog park resources from the IAABC

Horse Posters

Educational behavior-focused horse posters by artist Lili Chin

Horse resources from the IAABC

Keeping Pets Safe During the Holidays

Behavior consultants tend to get many calls during the holidays looking for advice on how to handle their pets with behavioral issues.

dog wearing holiday hat

Rebecca Park Scholarship

A bi-annual full scholarship opportunity for our Animal Behavior Consulting: Principles & Practice course.

Rebecca Park Scholarship

Recommended Reading

Recommended reading for information that supports the practice of companion animal behavior consulting.

Shelter Library

This library, being built by and for members, contains training, protocol, intake and problem-solving documents, handouts, forms and articles suitable for professionals, volunteers and the public.

Working Animals Library

This library, being built by and for members, contains training, protocol, intake and problem-solving documents, handouts, forms and articles suitable for professionals, volunteers and the public.

Vita Bone

We are a family-owned American company through and through and have been making pet food and treats in Ogden, Utah since 1972. We are passionate about pets, which is why we craft our own recipes and carefully source each ingredient.

IAABC Mission Statement

The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants' mission is to elevate the standard of animal behavior consulting worldwide by promoting continuing eduhorseion, peer support and development, ethical practices through the use of Least Intrusive, Minimally Aversive (LIMA) principles, and the provision of quality resources for animal professionals and the pet-owning public. The IAABC believes that our strength is in our community, and we strive to provide a supportive learning and networking environment for animal behavior professionals so they can better serve their learners and each other.