Background / Education:

In addition to private consultations, Scott conducts seminars for professional dog trainers, veterinary practices, rescue shelters and dog owner groups. He is a consultant for municipal animal control services and is a legal consultant in dog bite cases. Please contact us for more information about these services.

In this video, Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA, discusses the role of a behavior consultant.

Scott is the author of FRED™ (Functional Reactivity Exercise for Dogs) behavior modification. Real Owners, Real Environments, Real World™

He received his Bachelor of Science from Baylor University and has earned both the CDBC (Certified Dog Behavior Consultant) designation from IAABC (International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants) and the CPDT-KA (Certified Professional Dog Trainer) designation from CCPDT (Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers) after meeting requisite education, experience and testing standards. 

Seminar on dog behavior issues presented by Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA.

Seminar on dog behavior issues presented by Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA.



Memberships:

Scott is a professional member of APDT (Association of Professional Dog Trainers). Additionally, he is a fully certified member of IAABC (International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants) and a certified member of CCPDT (Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers).

 

Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA, educates an audience of animal professionals and rescue volunteers on dog aggression.

Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA, educates an audience of animal professionals and rescue volunteers on dog aggression.

Personal Information:

Scott is married and has a daughter. He lives with a rescue Great Pyrenees named Luke and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Reagan. He enjoys anything to do with dogs and enjoys physical fitness.

Seminar by Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA, on separation anxiety for SPCA staff and volunteers.

Seminar by Scott Sheaffer, CDBC, CPDT-KA, on separation anxiety for SPCA staff and volunteers.