UW Applied Animal Behavior
29K9 Dog Training Announces New Accreditation
June 21, 2017
Twentynine Palms – Locally owned 29K9 Dog Training announced today that owner Ronda Warywoda has completed the requirements for her Certificate from the University of Washington in Applied Animal Behavior. She can carry the letters UW-AAB after her name to designate this.
Applied Animal Behavior combines evolutionary theory, biology and learning theory to diagnose and treat animal behavior issues in companion animals. For example, treating aggression towards other animals or humans; attention-seeking behaviors; fear and anxiety, phobias, separation anxiety, stranger anxiety; inappropriate elimination or marking behaviors; resource guarding; and socialization issues.
This will allow 29K9 Dog Training to take on some of the more advanced behavior cases, addressing them in ways that teach handler and animal the skills needed to move forward in their goals for their family pet.
About 29K9 Dog Training
Ronda Warywoda has been training in the Morongo Basin since 2009 and is authorized to train aboard the MCAGCC base. She graduated from CATCH Dog Training Academy and mentors trainers from both CATCH and Animal Behavior College. An AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator as well as a Therapy Pets Unlimited Evaluator, she brings experience and education, using science to provide the best opportunities for getting your pet on track. Education without Intimidation.
To learn more, contact her at:
29K9 Dog Training
PO Box 1177
Twenynine Palms CA 92288
Phone: (760) 221.3272