Pet Professional Guild Announces New Appointments as Expansion Continues Worldwide
Force-Free Dog Training and Pet Care Association growth promotes need for more member support across the globe
By: Pet Professional Guild
Barbara Wright, an honors graduate of the Academy for Dog Trainers at the San Francisco SPCA with Jean Donaldson, recently moved from Sydney, Australia to Singapore and has joined PPG Singapore's steering committee. Wright has completed the Certificate of Excellence - Living and Learning with Animals with psychology professor Susan Friedman, a pioneer in the application of Applied Behavior Analysis to captive and companion animals,and the Life Skills for Puppies course at Lincoln University, England in 2014, as well as running her own dog training and behavior business in Sydney for 10 years.
In the United States, meanwhile, Sharon Nettles has taken on the role of membership coordinator to assist with management of PPG's rapidly expanding member base as well as some of the daily administration tasks. She will be the main point of contact for member enquiries with immediate effect. Nettles is a certified pet care technician who previously worked as a manager at an Oxford, Mississippi-
"I am excited to be joining PPG as a membership coordinator,"
PPG continues to gain momentum as the go-to organization for highly skilled, knowledgeable and educated force-free pet professionals who understand the science of behavior and how it applies to animal behavior and training. Membership is rising worldwide, more international chapters are due to come online and the organization's second educational summit will take place in Tampa, Florida on November 7-11, 2016 following on from the resounding success of the inaugural event last year.
About The Pet Professional Guild
The Pet Professional Guild is a 501(c)6 member organization founded on the principles of force-free training and pet care. Its membership represents pet industry professionals who are committed to force-free training, pet care philosophies, practices and methods. Pet Professional Guild members understand force-free to mean: no shock, no pain, no choke, no fear, no physical force and that no compulsion-based methods are employed to train or care for a pet. Learn more visit the PPG website http://www.PetProfessionalGuild.com