William E. Campbell dog trainer, behaviorist
Professional Biography - William E. Campbell - 1929 -
Professional History -
1960-67: AMF, International: Industrial training in psychology, industrial management and personnel training while designing and conducting management training programs specializing in employee motivation in London, England. Broadcast training,
1948-1949: Radio and TV electronics, production, writing, announcing.
1949-1960: Worked in radio and TV as announcer, producer, newscasting. Pet Animal Behavior History:
1967-1971: Four years study and guided practice at the Canine Behavior Center in West Los Angeles with Dare miller, Ph.D.
1971-1980: Founded the Dog Owners Guidance Services at Sun Valley Ranch, Sun Valley, Ca.
1972-1976: Contributing editor, canine behavior, to Modern Veterinary Practice magazine.
1975: American Veterinary Publications published the very first edition of "Behavior Problems in Dogs."
1999: 3rd edition, published by BehavioRx Systems, available from DogWise/Direct Books Services. His revised popular book, "The New Better Behavior in Dogs" 3rd edition, 1999 (Alpine Publishers) is also available worldwide. Dog Behavior Problems, the Counselor's Handbook, published 1999, available from DogWise/Direct Books Services.
1975: Co-founding member of the American Society of Veterinary Ethology. Remains an affiliate member of American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior.
1980: Moved to Grants Pass, OR. Publishes the "BehavioRx Series," 36 instruction booklets on canine and feline behavior problems, backed up by HelpLine Consultation Service. Has held workshops for behavior professionals until semi-retirement, 2008.
1988-2008: Published Pet Behavior Newsletter, four times yearly, back issues available from BehavioRx Systems, PO Box 1658, Grants Pass, OR 97528.
1996: Named charter member, DOG FANCY Magazine Hall of Fame. Bill, wife Peggy and Punkin (mini-Doxie, 16yrs old) continues to consult with veterinarians and pet owners. Supplies the BehavioRx Series of Canine (32) and Feline (4) behavior problem correction programs for dog and cat owners. He also edits his home page "Pet Behavior Resources" on the world wide web at: http://www.webtrail.com/petbehavior.
Last Updated: Sunday, July 19, 2009