Veronica Boutelle

Veronica Boutelle, M.A., began her professional life as an educator before switching careers to dog training.  As the SF/SPCA’s Director of Behavior and Training, she drew from her background as a teacher educator and curriculum developer, her training experience, and her experience in business to support a staff of trainers, academy students, and interns in their quests for skills development, program design, and professional growth.  In so doing she found that her love was working with and supporting people who work with dogs.

Returning to the private sector, Veronica recognized the need for an organization that would support dog professionals working in the field. The result is dogTEC.

Veronica’s Telecourses

The Big 6: Behavior Mod Plans and Business Strategies for Serious Behavior Problems – Handling

The Big 6: Behavior Mod Plans and Business Strategies for Serious Behavior Problems – Dog-Dog Aggression Off Leash

The Big 6: Behavior Mod Plans and Business Strategies for Serious Behavior Problems – Dog-Dog Aggression On Leash

The Big 6: Behavior Mod Plans and Business Strategies for Serious Behavior Problems – Resource Guarding

The Big 6: Behavior Mod Plans and Business Strategies for Serious Behavior Problems – Separation Anxiety

The Big 6: Behavior Mod Plans and Business Strategies for Serious Behavior Problems – Stranger Aggression

The Business End of Dog Training – Section 1:  The Legalities & Logistics, or The Dry but Necessary

The Business End of Dog Training – Section 2:  “Build It & They Will Come:” Marketing (It Can Be Easier & Cheaper Than You Think!)

The Business End of Dog Training – Section 3:  Avoiding Professional Burnout: Tips to Keep You Doing What You Love

The Business of Private Training: From Pre-Screening to Client Homework

The Closer

Conducting Private Consultations

Curriculum & Classroom Management Series: Building Better Classes

Dealing With Difficult Clients

Got Vets?

How To Run A Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: New Pups: Getting Started

How To Run A Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: Legalities & Liabilities

How To Run a Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: Going Full Time

How To Run A Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: Marketing: The Message

How To Run A Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: Marketing: The Plan

How To Run A Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: Keep ’em Coming Back

How To Run a Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: To Package or Not To Package

How To Run A Dog Buiness – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: Money Matters: Rates, Policies, and Sales

How To Run a Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: Old Dogs: Expanding Your Business

How To Run a Dog Business – Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is: Feeling the Burn: Avoiding Professional Burnout

Owners vs. Trainers: Who Should Train The Dogs?

Puppy Business: Creating and Selling the Best Puppy Classes

Sit, Jane, Sit: Learning Theory for Humans

Smart Moves in Bad Times

Try Something New: Innovative Approaches to Increasing Class Revenues

You Deserve Some Help: Building the Perfect Staff