This week, Tabitha talks to Miranda Hitchcock about how she created the change she wanted to see in the world.
Miranda began volunteering at animal shelters when she was younger and she was inspired to change her career path and work in animal welfare focusing on behavior for years. In that time, she approached and saw many challenges that the people and animals in her community were experiencing. She identified patterns and ways that she could help on a bigger level and started Every Dog Behavior and Training.
Miranda shares awesome advice for others in similar situations and we discuss small changes that can make a huge positive difference!
Miranda Hitchcock (MS Applied Animal Behavior, CDBC, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, Fear Free Certified) began her work with dogs as a volunteer at an animal shelter in Maryland and then taught puppy classes and reactive/fearful dog classes before moving to Austin. During her shelter work, she was the Shelter Operations Manager for Austin Animal Center and oversaw the shelter's behavior program and animal care. Miranda is a "behavior nerd" who's passionate about equity and access in the dog world. Miranda holds a Master's Degree in Applied Animal Behavior and Welfare from Virginia Tech. (She/Her)
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