Well, I’ve graduated!

The eventful day was about a week ago. But I’ve been travelling some this past week, so I haven’t had a chance to post on my blog until now.

Those of you who follow my blog know that I’ve spent the past three years working on a master’s degree in behavior analysis at the University of North Texas, where I’ve studied animal (and human) behavior and animal training under the direction of Dr. Jesus Rosales-Ruiz.

What happens next?

As I’ve mentioned on my blog, this summer I began my own animal training and consulting business, Texas Animal Training. I will be offering training classes, private lessons, and consulting services for people and their pets in Denton, Dallas, and the surrounding North Texas area.

I’ll also be teaching some very cool classes this fall for children at Dog City Training Center in Addison, Texas. The classes will teach children about animal behavior and positive animal training. You can read more here about the kids classes.

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