Ventura Pet Wellness & Dog Training Center

3521 Arundell Circle #B Ventura CA 93003

Shannon Coyner Wellness Coach, Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Registered Veterinary Technician

Office Hours8:30 am to 12:30 pm (Different location then Training Center)
Training Center Hours- Range in day and time (please call, email or visit website to sign up)


Serving Ventura County, Carpinteria and Santa Barbara...


Check out Shannon's new online animal training website 

   

Our thoughts are extended to all of those who have been impacted by 

Hurricane Harvey and the flooding in Texas
 
Below are some organizations assisting with pet relief in the Houston and surrounding area: 
(This list was provided by The Association of Professional Dog Trainers)



 





Meet the owner of 

Ventura Pet Wellness & Dog Training Center




Shannon Coyner is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Registered Veterinary Technician, Wellness Coach,  and Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner


Shannon Coyner Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Registered Veterinary Technician, Wellness Coach,  and Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner Shannon has been a pet lover all her life and a dog trainer for over 20 years. She has spent her life observing, caring for and training animals of all kinds. She has worked in the Bird Department at Marine World Africa USA, and worked as an handler and trainer for an African Serval Cat at Safari West, a private zoo in Santa Rosa, California. She has participated in behavior studies including observations of bald eagles and addax antelope through the San Francisco Zoo and Safari West.

Her education includes a Biology Degree, specializing in Zoology from Sonoma State. She is a Registered Veterinary Technician, a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, a Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner and a member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants.  Shannon is currently serving as President for the Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians.  

Shannon's dog training philosophy revolves around force free, positive reinforcement, however, her ultimate goal is for healthy happy relationship between pets and their people. Diet, exercise, environment and training all play a significant role in achieving this goal.  Shannon spent many years as the head dog trainer for PAWS for Healing, a pet assisted therapy organization. She performed temperament testing and assisted in the training of therapy dogs who visited hospitals, veteran groups, special educational facilities and convalescent homes. She believes strongly in the benefits of developing the human animal bond and can assist in coaching for pets and their human companions to develop that connection.    Shannon can provide assistance with training, weight management, exercise and other behavior modifications for your dog or other pets in the Ventura area. (see services and prices)



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What is APDT?
The Association of Pet
Dog Trainers (APDT) is a professional organization of individual trainers who are committed to becoming better trainers through education. You may visit www.APDT.com for more information.



What is CPDT? Certified Professional Dog Trainers are certified by the association of pet dog trainers and must complete an advanced criteria before taking a certification test. You may visit www.apdt.com for more information.



What is KPACTP? The Karen Pryor Academy is considered "graduate school" for dog trainers, and those that graduate become Certified Training Partners. You may visit www.karenpryoracademy.com  for more information.



What is IAABC?
The goals of the IAABC were to standardize and support the practice of companion animal behavior consulting, while providing resources for pet owners needing advice. The organization has since grown to nearly 400 members throughout the world. For more information visit www.iaabc.org



What is PPG?
It is the position of the Pet Professional Guild (PPG) that dominance theory is an obsolete and aversive method of interacting with animals that has at its foundation incorrect and misinterpreted data which can result in damage to the animal-human relationship and cause behavioral problems in the animal.



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