KPA CTP’s Dog-Enrichment School Gets the Spotlight in Asia

Julie Gordon All, News & Events, People, Uncategorized

KPA CTP Joy Chia and her dog-enrichment school appear in a recent (March 21,2021) Channel News Asia (CNA) online article, and accompanying video, about the Ponggol Seventeenth Avenue neighborhood in Singapore. Joy offers well-supervised excursions, games, dog sports, and enrichment lessons for her canine students, including lessons focused on musical instruments, art, and reading. Read the article. Watch the video.

Ken MacLeod: KPA CTP, Newsmaker, and Set Designer for Television

Julie Gordon All, News & Events, People, Uncategorized

Ken MacLeod, KPA CTP, has been a newsmaker in recent months. Profiled in Modern Dog magazine and featured on the Oh Behave! podcast on Pet Life Radio, Ken has a training business, My Positive Pup, in New Jersey—and beloved dogs of his own! Demand for his training services, including virtual instruction, has increased dramatically over the past year, as many individuals and families acquired dogs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Karen Pryor Academy Expands into Korea

Julie Gordon All, News & Events, People, Uncategorized

Waltham, March 22, 2021—Karen Pryor Academy (KPA) is pleased to announce that its Dog Trainer Foundations and Dog Trainer Foundations Immersion courses are now available in Korean, with teaching support provided by Korea-based KPA Certified Training Partners (CTPs). Led by KPA CTP Alex Lee, KPA Country Manager for Korea, and his trainer-education team, these courses make it easier for anyone to learn modern positive training methods to improve their relationship with their dog.

KPA Faculty Member on Chicago TV

Julie Gordon All, News & Events, People, Uncategorized

KPA faculty member Laura Monaco Torelli was featured recently on FOX 32 Chicago where she offered advice on how to help pets get adjusted to a new home. Inspired by the recent relocation of President Biden, his family, and the family dogs from their home in Delaware to the White House, Laura discussed how to make moving easier for a pet.

Karen Pryor Academy Announces Five New Faculty Members

Julie Gordon All, News & Events, People, Uncategorized

Waltham, MA, September 9, 2020—Karen Pryor Academy (KPA) is pleased to welcome five new faculty members to its world-renowned Dog Trainer Professional program (DTP). Jen Biglan, Bobbie Lyons, Juliana Willems, Kiki Yablon, and Andre Yeu have joined the KPA faculty, making it more convenient for dog trainers to receive top-notch education and certification from the leader in positive reinforcement training.

List of Locations

Rachael Ryan Uncategorized

The Dog Trainer Professional program is for the highly motivated trainer who has specific goals for improving knowledge, skills, and career prospects. The course blends online learning with hands-on instruction from some of the best teachers in the field. UPCOMING LOCATIONS PHOENIX, AZ | LAURA MONACO TORELLI Application Deadline: August 24 PHX Animal Behavior Center, 12235 North Cave Creek Road, Suite 13 …

Welcome to the Dog Trainer Professional Program

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Welcome to the Dog Trainer Professional Program A special message from Ken Ramirez Executive Vice President and Chief Training Officer, Karen Pryor Clicker Training Welcome to the Dog Trainer Professional Program A special message from Ken Ramirez Executive Vice President and Chief Training Officer, Karen Pryor Clicker Training

KPA CTP Places High in World’s Most Amazing Dog Competition

Julie Gordon All, News & Events, People, Uncategorized

In spring 2019, Maddisen-Leigh Phelan, KPA CTP, and her border collie Rev were finalists in Facebook’s World’s Most Amazing Dog competition. The only Canadians in the nine-episode series, Maddisen and Rev were among the top three finalists of the exciting competition. With 1,000+ initial video submissions received from dogs and owners worldwide, achieving the level of success and popularity on the show that they did is an incredible accomplishment for Maddisen and Rev.