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    Cynology College are Scammers

    I want to let dog trainers, behaviorists and dog owners know that the online Cynology College in Canada is a FRAUDULENT site, it is not a real College and it is run by scammers.

    The Cynology College is a "sponsored" company by the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC) and the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) and both of those organizations (which pretty much are the same and managed by the same people) are aware that this site is fraudulent, but they have done nothing to solve the problem.

    The "president" of the Cynology College, James O'Heare, used to portray himself as an expert in animal behavior with a PhD degree and made people believe that his company is a real college. He is just a con artist that misleads the public, steals money and finds ways of making money out of dog trainers.

    Last year I enrolled in one of his "Diploma" programs and paid him almost $1,300.00 plus the cost of his so-called books. Once enrolled, I discovered that this guy has really basic education in the animal behavior fields. He uses poor language (not that I have the best English, but I'm honest when it comes to my educational background) and after reading a couple of his books (it is mandatory to buy his books in order to graduate from his classes), I found out that the content in each book is a copy or a summary of several books that are out in the market. A real PhD will never do something like that. If you have read Lindsay, Beaver or Overall, you will discover how James is great at copyright infringement. Maybe that is why you cannot buy any of his books at Amazon.com...too risky for him.

    Around January last year, I started having doubts about this person and his Cynology College, so I decided to do some research and found out that he "graduated" from two fake online universities based in the US that are NOT accredited (like his college) and according to him, he finished his undergraduate and graduate degrees in only "two years". From what I know, in order to get a graduate degree, it will take you between 6 to 9 years of school attendance. Four years for the bachelors, minimum two for the Masters and another five for the PhD. He did all this in just two, weird, isn't it?

    But there is more about the Cynology College: I figured that the "president" is now also a professor at one of the fake universities he graduated from. That University (degree mill) is part of a fake accreditation agency and now the Cynology college is accredited by that organization too: The Central States Consortium of Colleges & Schools (not a real organization).

    Well it seems that after a year somebody else found out about his fake degrees because he has finally removed the "PhD" after his name.

    He has also created a fake organization: International Institute for Applied Companion Animal Behavior where he is the "director". We are talking about a guy who has no academic background and who is teaching college level classes and pretending to be a scientist.

    If you visit the Cynology College site, you will find out that none of the people that are part of the Faculty have a real degree. They are dog trainers just like me. Some of them live here in the United States. One in specific caught my attention because she is the one in charge of the "Nutrition" courses and she also "graduated" from the same fake college as James O'Heare did. How scary is that?, people is learning about animal nutrition from a scammer. The other one is just a dog training author that has no idea about cynology, ethology or behavior. But the most scary one is the fake Australian veterinarian that is teaching Veterinary Psychopharmacology.

    I visited the site and I was in shock when I found out that the course I paid for no longer exists. I never got a notice; I never got my money back. This Cynology College is a real scam.

    If you are a dog owner, pay attention to the dog trainer's credentials. If the trainer claims to be a student of this place, your dog may not be in good hands!

    If you are a dog trainer, don't waste your time and money.

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    Re: Cynology College are Scammers

    The information in this post is false. Unfortunately not everyone is capable of making the grade in a formal program of study. This particular person (whom I will not name for professionalism reasons) was incapable of passing the course and has now fabricated this misinformation. If you have any questions about Cynology College feel free to visit the web site at www.cynologycollege.com and email us with any questions. We are Certification Council for Pet Dog Trainers 'Accredited' and International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants 'Approved'. Our faculty and advisory board are internationally respected professionals in their field and the vast majority of our students and graduates are delighted with their experience with us. Furthermore, I would be pleased to offer references.

    James O'Heare
    President, Cynology College

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    Re: Cynology College are Scammers

    1. James O'Heare is a scammer. He lied about his credentials for a long time. He lured in students by advertising as a Doctor of Philosophy in Comparative Psychology.

    Here is the evidence of his LIES. We found the old version of two websites where he has trying to convince the world that he had a PhD:

    http://web.archive.org/web/200406052...eare_james.htm

    http://web.archive.org/web/200406081...gycollege.com/

    Breyer State University and Canyon College are AMERICAN DEGREE MILLS. If you don't believe it, just visit the US Department of Education website and verify for yourself. http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/

    After several complaints he finally removed the fake credentials from his websites.

    2. The Cynology College is NOT an accredited college and it is not recognized by the US Department of Education.

    Any dog trainer in United States advertising as a graduate from this college is deliberately misleading a potential client. False advertising is a type of fraud and it is considered a federal crime.

    The fact that this "private enterprise" is accredited by the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, does not protect the dog trainer from becoming liable if legal action is brought against him/her. According to the Federal Trade Commission's Deception Policy Statement, an ad is deceptive if it contains a statement - or omits information - that:

    1. is likely to mislead consumers acting reasonably under the circumstances; and
    2. is "material" - that is, important to a consumer's decision to buy or use the product/service.

    Put simple, as a dog trainer, you should not advertise that you are a Cynology College student or graduate because you can get in trouble with the law. Using the word "college" is misleading and unethical.
    Last edited by werni1989; 05-03-2006 at 10:05 AM.

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    Cynology College is not degree issuing university (and does not claim to be) and therefore requires no accreditation of any kind. We have allowed ourselves to be scrutinized by the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants and the Certification Council for Pet Dog Trainers for their accreditation/approval as a means to help students receive credits and certification for their education. We have the appropriate governmental permission to use the term College, and accreditation by an agency approved by the U.S. Dep. of Ed. is simply not applicable to us as a we are not a degree issuing university.

    It is nonesense that it is not legal to advertise graduating from Cynology College. Complete nonsense.

    These posts are inaccurate and slanted. My reputation stands on its own and our students are pleased with their experience with us.

    I cannot spend all of my valuable time countering each of these claims or putting their biased presentation into perspective. If the reader chooses to accept these claims then that is their choice.

    James

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    "The week I spent as a Guest Speaker in the Cynology College Virtual Classroom was wonderful. To be able to give input on marketing and advertising one's dog training business to students who were so clearly enthusiastic and focused about what they do was a pleasure. I'm sure the success rate of those who go through this program is phenomenal!"

    - Nicole Wilde
    Gentle Guidance Dog Training
    www.gentleguidance4dogs.com
    Author of So You Want to be a Dog Trainer and One on One A Dog Trainer's Guide to private Training


    "There is a great need for quality education for dog trainers, and Cynology College is there to provide it. Continuing education encourages trainers to become a community of learners and to share their knowledge."

    - Deborah Jones, Ph.D.
    Kent State University Stark Campus
    Planet Canine / Akron OH

    "Cynology College is an intensive, thorough and challenging academic program that forms the perfect symbiotic relationship with the hands-on experiences and academic program a student of dog behavior needs to become the best trainer (or behavior counselor) possible.

    Cynology College education engulfs the student in dog behavior, filling in the giant void of academic knowledge that is so prevalent in the field ."

    - Sue Sternberg
    Owner, President, Rondout Valley Kennels and Animals for Adoption
    Graduate of the Cynology College
    www.suesternberg.com

    "I have so, so thoroughly enjoyed and benefitted from the coursework at Cynology College! I honestly cannot recommend it highly enough. The quality of the information, the support given by the other students and by James O'Heare himself, at-your-own-pace environment...these things and many others make the expenditure of both time and money ABSOLUTELY, unquestionably worthwhile. You should definitely enroll in one of the programs. It's one of the best things I've done for my career thus far!"


    - Molly Stone-Elmore, Dip.A.B., CDBC, CC/SF-SPCA
    Staff Behaviorist, SPCA of Wake County, Garner NC
    Owner/Director: Communica-nine Motivational Dog Training Services, Raleigh NC
    National Training Director: Helping Paws Pet Assisted Therapy, (North Carolina)
    Coordinating Committee Member: Applied Companion Animal Behavior Network
    Member: APDT, IADBC, ABS, HSUS, AHA


    "Cynology College provides a great quality, academic education for anyone who owns dogs, who works with or plans to work with dogs. I am amazed at the quality of the reading material and assignments. I am learning more than I ever imagined I would. The support from my course mentor is top-notch! And the students continuously demonstrate their support and compassion for each other. I am thrilled to be part of this classroom!"


    - Vernessa Wysocki, Dip.D.D.
    Cynology College Diploma of Dog Daycare Graduate
    K9 to 5
    Doggie Daycare, Training and Activity Centre

    “I found everything and everyone very interesting and informative. … James is a very knowledgeable and patient person. Without his continued support and guidance I would have been lost. … I had a wonderful time. I was impressed with the level of professionalism that came from this school. Thanks you for such a rewarding experience.”


    - Karen Kennedy Dip. C.B., Graduate

    "I am already amazed at all the helpful information to be found here, as well as the friendly people who are willing to share it. Looks like we've come to the right place"


    - Doris Herber
    Student

    "I am proud to have graduated from Cynology College. Without a doubt, the education I received here was essential in my practice as a dog obedience trainer and behavior consultant. I am grateful to James O'Heare and everyone at the College who guided me in my studies. Dog behavior is an exciting and rewarding field, but one which requires continued education."


    - Renee Premaza, Dip.C.B., C.C.B.T.
    Graduate
    Dog Obedience Trainer
    Radio Talk Show Host
    www.jerseydogtrainer.com

    "I love the Natural Dog Behavior course and am having such a great time learning via Cynology College; it is just what I hoped it would be and as challenging as I'd hoped and I'm excited to start the other ACBS courses after I'm done with Natural Dog Behavior. I was just telling my husband how thoroughly I enjoy the books, the discussions we have, the questions students bring up concerning dogs and clients. I love it when I come across new material, have little epiphanies about it, and then fit it into the whole scheme of things. Anyway, what I'm trying to do say is thank you for making Cynology College a reality."

    - Colleen Falconer
    Student

    "When I started at Cynology College, I was already teaching dog training classes and doing in-home canine behavioral counseling sessions, but I wanted to learn more. Since beginning my studies here I have found that the information that I learned before was a valuable stepping stone for the in-depth look at canine behavior that I am getting now. I would recommend Cynology College to anyone who wants a career in dog training--even those that are already in the field."

    - Sarah Grimm
    Student
    APDT Professional member
    IADBC Associate member
    NADOI Provisional member
    www.woofology.com

    “I enrolled in the dog nutrition course in hopes of making sense out of all the conflicting information out there regarding the multitude of feeding practices and philosophies, and to further my knowledge in general. This being my first experience in distance learning, I didn’t know quite what to expect. Thankfully, I can now say that the material, my instructor (Susan Dillon), and college as a whole have far exceeded my expectations. The course was very well conceived, James and Susan were always helpful and accessible to answer questions, and the virtual classroom format provided a great way to interact with the other students for advice, feedback, etc. I will definitely be taking the next nutrition course, and perhaps a few others in the future. I give Cynology College two thumbs and four paws way up.”

    - Melanie Monteiro
    Graduate, Canine Nutrition

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    Re: Cynology College

    So what about your fake degrees Mr. Scammer?

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    I am Canadian. In Canada we do not have such thing as unaccredited universities. If a university exists here, it has to, 100% of the time, be fully accredited by the government. No one worries about accreditation because it is legislated and this was the mindset I was in when looking for a school.

    When I was looking for a school to further my knowledge I did read something about the fact that in the U.S. the government does not accredit schools. I read on the school web sites and the government web sites that accreditation by an agency approved by the U.S. Dep. of Ed. was a good sign of quality (that's what the web sites said: it is only a voluntary indication of likely quality) but totally voluntary. So I thought fine. I also knew that there were schools where you could actually just buy degrees. I thought that was pretty sleezy so I avoided that and found schools that allowed me to work at my own pace, take the courses I want but that required actual coursework and exams and assignments etc.

    Anyway, after I finished these programs (on which I personally worked very hard and learned so much from) I did start getting emails from some people saying they were fake. I looked into it and it turns out they are completely legal. But I also got some emails from people who clued me into the fact that while they are not in fact fake or illegal, by not having the regional accreditation the degrees would be generally seen as of low quality. It was then that I decided to drop those degrees all together and enroll in a fully accredited school, which I have.

    The experience is unfortunate obviously. I feel a bit duped by these schools and the American education system but it's buyer be ware I suppose and I did not make myself aware. So I do not identify myself as possessing any degrees now. It was only a few months between graduation and dropping the degrees actually. I did this because I think it's the right thing to do.

    Never the less, I learned a lot from my courses (and am finding my accredited courses are about exactly the same as the ones I took) but that's okay. I learned lots.

    People who know me know that I have extensive knowledge and skill in the area of dog training and behavior consulting and in fact in the science of behavior. I share that now with students and they are satisfied with their experience.

    Your posts are not accurate in their characterization of me or Cynology College. It is clear that you had an unfortunate experience and developed an extreme hostility of me and if you would have contacted me or even if you still would contact me I would do whatever I can to work it out to your satisfaction. If you contact me I will help rectify your experience. I already know who you are because from the information you provided you can only be one person. So don't worry about that. I will of course require that you please email this web site and have them remove these posts.

    The fact is I am an internationally known behavior consultant with an excellent reputation and books published in several languages (and the books get better with each new one I write) and I'm helping a lot of people become competent professionals in dog training and behavior consulting through the school. Please just email me and I'll work it out with you.

    James

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    Re: Cynology College are Scammers

    Thanks for the list of students and "graduates". Now American consumers will be armed with better data about these people and will know that they DIDN'T graduate from a real college.

    And, nice try... I don't care if you are an scammer from Canada, Nigeria or Russia, at the end of the road, you:

    1. Mislead the public,
    2. Don't have the qualifications to teach college-level courses, and
    3. Cannot erase your past.

    Being a Canadian company is no excuse, as werni1989 said:

    "Any dog trainer in United States advertising as a graduate from this college is deliberately misleading a potential client. False advertising is a type of fraud and it is considered a federal crime."

    You have to respect our laws! If you don't like it, then don't sell your services to America.

    I really wonder how many people is paying for your lies.

    People BEWARE OF THIS CON-ARTIST and any dog trainer advertising as a graduate from the Cynology College.
    Last edited by grah123we; 06-14-2006 at 08:16 AM.

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    Hi grah123we:

    That's really interesting about Cynology College and the experience you had with them.

    Recently I came across one of Cynology's graduates and so-called Board Member, Molly Stone, and wanted to check up on her credentials because most of what she says in the course of her training classes just didn't make much sense (certainly not what you would expect from a legitimately trained specialist in animal behavior).

    I found out that her only educational background is a Diploma from this college, Cynology.
    What really disturbs me is that she works as THE animal behaviorist at the SPCA adoption center in Wake County, NC. Being an animal lover, it really disturbs me that someone who may NOT have the adequate knowledge in the arena of animal behavior may be "acting as God" at this SPCA, since she essentially decides which dog/cat is "adoptable" and which isn't. I wonder if the head of SPCA even did a thorough background check on her credentials? Hard to believe that they did.

    I also found it rather amusing that Mr. James O'Heare responds to your post as well as other negative posts about his college I found in other websites. I just have to wonder how he even stumbled onto this site. hmmm...could he have been doing a Google search with the keywords "James O'Heare" and "scam?" Now, why would anyone do that, espcially if you have nothing to worry about?

    I'm an attorney specializing in consumer fraud, so this is really quite amusing to me!
    :D

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    My name is Molly Stone, and I am the director of the Behavior and Training Department at the SPCA of Wake County. I am also on the advisory board at Cynology College, and I am pleased to have the opportunity to respond to the above postings.

    I have been studying companion animal behavior and working in the field for 15 years. I completed a 4 year internship in Baltimore, MD and continued to complete a diploma course at Cynology College; to obtain a certification from the San Francisco SPCA, and I hold a certification from the International Assosciation of Animal Behavior Consultants.

    I am disappointed that the attorney who posted above wasn't willing to give his or her name, as I would love to personally address whatever he/she heard during the course of my training classes that he/she feels "didn't make sense." Unfortunately, since I don't know who this person is and I don't know which of my classes he/she took, I am unable to speak to that particular concern. How corageous of him/her.

    Here's what I think's important: people learn a lot at Cynology College. I know this because I was one of those people. When I was looking for a place to continue my education, I didn't care whether or not it was an "accredited institution" -- I was interested only in the curriculum. Most people that study animal behavior do it so they can learn to be effective trainers, not so they can put fancy letters after their names. I am proud to serve on the advisory board at Cynology College and I am surprised to hear that people with so little information are willing to so publicly post their unfounded opinions. Personally, I would be embarrassed to do something like that, but I guess "to each his own."

    I discuss behavior and temperament evaluations with a staff full of people at the SPCA. Most shelters don't have *any* staff member with a specific background in behavior at all, and the decisions about which animals are and are not adoptable are sometimes made randomly as well as by a "committee of one." I am always amused when people who have never been behind the scenes at a shelter are so willing and ready to criticise what they don't understand. It's very easy from inside an attorney's plush, air conditioned office. Silly.

    I am exceedingly proud of my background, my experience, and my talent. I have hundreds of references that I make available to anyone interested in hiring me. Cynology College, the APDT, the IAABC, the SPCA...these are all fabulous sources of professional collaboration and continuing education, and I am fortunate enough to be able to call on the minds that make up these groups if and when I need help, new ideas, new research, etc. I have nothing to hide and I have never misrepresented myself to the public, even though a person with an extensive background in law says the animal behavior information I teach in my classes doesn't make sense. I'm sure this poster would be just as bored and amused as I am by his/her comments if I came online to publicly accuse him/her of giving people bad legal advice based on my own knowledge of the subject. :confused:

    Sometimes, it seems that people with lots of time on their hands are able to make themselves feel important and intelligent by badmouthing and harrassing others. In elementary school, these people were referred to as "bullies." Here we have adult bullies with computers...isn't that cute? Their opinions, while certainly welcome into the ether, have hardly been accurately researched, and therefore aren't terribly important to me. I would hope that other level headed, right thinking people would feel the same way.

    Thank you for your time.
    Molly J. Stone, CDBC (Certified Dog Behavior Consultant); Dip.A.B. (Diploma of Animal Behavior,) CC-SFSPCA (Certified Consultant, San Francisco SPCA)

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    Re: Cynology College are Scammers

    There are laws, rules and regulations in Canada for all forms of business, James. Are you trying to convince these people that you are above the law? Or just beyond their reach? You sound shady. Perhaps I can forward your information to the appropriate people in Canada - and you can explain yourself to them. Fraud is fraud, sir. If you are advertising "accreditation, diploma, degree" or a professional designation that you do not possess (or does not exist) you are commiting a crime.

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    Re: Cynology College are Scammers

    While doing a search for citations and books by James O'Heare, I came across this post. I just had to stop and take the time to reply.

    I am a dog caregiver at a sanctuary. Upon my arriving at this sanctuary, I found 18 dogs with socialization problems. Deciding I needed some education on dog behavior to benefit the quality of life for these dogs, I searched for an online course in dog training and animal behavior. I found several and decided on Cynology College due to the curriculum offered.

    Anyone that has completed a class or a diploma curriculum has had an in depth education in that course. From my experience, my texts are not "light reading". They are, as the college said, university level. My assignments are to write accurate, knowledgeable, scientifically based essays. This requires quite a bit of discipline to allot the time necessary to research and complete the assignments. If I pass, it signifies that I have acquired an extensive knowledge in this area, due to required reading, hours of research, and accurate essays written. It is not going to be easy and the possibility of failure does exist.

    Mr. O'Heare has answered any questions I have had pertaining to my assignment and my job usually within a couple hours. To do this while writing a book, I'd say, is dedication to his students. For this I am grateful.

    I have an Associates Degree that I obtained in 1987. This class I am taking through Cynology College has been more challenging than any class I have taken to get my Associates Degree. Whether I pass or fail, I will feel that my money was well spent.

    Linda J Biloni
    student Cynology College

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    Excuse me... I don't think the issue is whether Cynology College offers quality education or not. I'm sure there are a whole bunch of students and graduates of the school who are completely satisfied with what they got out of it.

    I think the only time things get "scam-mish" is when people misrepresent themselves or when they try and pull a fast one over on poor Joe Blow who can't tell the difference between a Ph.D and a CBDC or for that matter, a CABC, ABC, CCBC or whatever letter combos that are going around. The sad fact is that Joe's only got himself to blame and he should've done his homework but then we're all pretty gullible when it comes to all these fancy letters after someone's name. It all sort of screams "Look! I got all these fascinating letters after my name so you better believe it I'm the authority here!" and most of us go "Ok, boss".

    Part of the problem also lies in the fact that "animal behaviorist", as a profession, isn't something that's regulated by some board, nor is it licensed. A lot of the "real" animal behaviorists are, in fact, veterinarians with a Ph.D in Animal Behavior. But just because it's not regulated, doesn't mean that it's not a legitimate profession. It most definitely is, and the last time I checked, you have to earn it by snagging at least a Masters, if not a Ph.D degree. Which is a LOT of hard work. So, when people without these credentials casually go around calling themselves animal behaviorists, they're thumbing their noses at all these "legit" folks.

    The bottomline though, is that when it's not regulated by some government agency, just about anything goes. Plus that, it's only animals after all, not as if some kid got sick because of some hokey diagnosis or anything like that. If a self-proclaimed animal behaviorist charges you a little bit more than your humble little local dog trainer to figure out why your Munchkin keeps peeing on your favorite slipper, it's really not such a big deal for the general public. Definitely a concern for the animal lover but not something that would initiate a national investigation.

    Moral of the story here: Buyers beware and do your homework.

    Mike D.

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    http://www.iaabc.org/approved_courses.htm

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    Yea gotta be kiddin' me, Linda J. Biloni (baloney) - a joke, right! Love it, love it, ;)!!!

    Mike D. - Thank God for people like you - "in the know" - and willing to take the time to share your expertise. The victims of these scams are always the people who can least afford the loss. They are good people, usually experiencing a hard time, making them easy prey for the smooth talking criminals. In case no one's told you lately, thank you. You make the world a better place.

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    glad you posted that linda, that way people who come here to check the validity of this site, will see the intelligence of who judges what's a scam and what's not...name calling??? give me a break....oh yeah, the Biloni...it's my husbands name...he's from Canada...

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