Santa Clarita - as dog-friendly as they come! This city guide will show you all the best (and worst) places for your pets. Don't forget to add your reviews for the businesses in this ultimate resource.
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Veterinarians & Specialists 25832 Hemingway Avenue Santa Clarita, CA 91381 Stevenson Ranch Veterinary Center is an AAHA accredited small animal hospital that also specializes in exotics. We are a 2 Doctor practice with an excellent support staff that provides top quality care for your pets. Nestled in the hills of beautiful Santa Clarita Valley we are the best choice for your animal care.
Veterinarians & Specialists 24899 Railroad Ave. Santa Clarita, CA 91321 Our goal is to become the premier provider of quality veterinary care in the Santa Clarita Valley. We will attain excellence and inspired performance by developing the talents and greatness of our people, thus enabling them to profitably grow our hospital which is devoted to professional excellence, loving care of patients, superior client service and rewarding careers.
Training & Obedience 25104 Rye Canyon Loop Santa Clarita, CA 91355 Since 1998 over 18,248 students have enrolled in Certified training programs at Animal Behavior College (ABC) to pursue their “dream” job of working with animals. ABC is the largest vocational school that specializes in animal-related career training and currently offers three programs- Certified Dog Obedience Instructor training program, Certified Veterinary Assistant program and a Certified Grooming Instruction program. ABC’s unique home learning program combined with hands-on experience provides students with the necessary tools needed to obtain a career in a prospering and fast growing industry. ABC has training locations in all 50 states as well as in Canada and is the largest vocational school for animal lovers who wish to pursue animal-related careers.
Students Saving Lives is an international campaign that was developed in an effort to combat homelessness and reach out to shelters across the nation; over 6,100 have participated in the program, which began in 2004. These students have volunteered over 68,000 hours in shelters and rescue agencies throughout the United States and Canada to help train animals so that they can become more adoptable. Students have an opportunity to establish a career that is not only fulfilling, but truly makes a difference in the lives of animals, one volunteer hour at a time.
For more information please visit our website at www.AnimalBehaviorCollege.com
or call 888-600-7220