About Annette Neff 


I have owned and operated Pet Behavior Associates since 1985. I have a Master of Science degree in education and over 30 years of classroom experience.  I have 90 graduate credits beyond the Masters’ in the areas of education and psychology.


My graduate work at The Ohio  State  University had its emphasis in human and animal learning, animal behavior, and comparative psychology. Upon entering the field, I completed a three-year internship in an animal behavioral clinic under the direction of David Tuber, PhD.

I have been training dogs in the Central Ohio area since 1982. I was the first in the area to offer puppy classes and to train dogs using positive reinforcement. I have earned multiple AKC titles on several different breeds in obedience, rally, conformation, agility, and earthdog. I breed Border Terriers and have raised and trained terriers for many years. I am an AKC Earthdog judge. I was active in Border Terrier rescue for 20 years. I served on the Board of the Border Terrier Club of America (BTCA) and the Border Terrier Club of Central Ohio (BTCCO).

I have written articles and offer seminars and workshops on dog training and behavior.

As a retired teacher with 30 years in the classroom, I bring a unique combination of skills and experience  to the dog training and behavioral consultation field.


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