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CPT’s Mark Spivak Featured in the Atlanta Jewish Times
July 16, 2023
CPT Head Trainer/Owner Mark Spivak was featured in the July 15, 2023 print and online issues of the Atlanta Jewish Times. The article, entitled “Pet Trainer Spivak Sets Up Success,” provides an overview of Mark’s history and accomplishments and discusses methods for modifying canine and feline anxiety.
Atlanta Jewish Times author Marcia Caller Jaffe interviewed Mark to learn what prompted Mark to start CPT after graduating from Wharton and UC Berkeley and working in the integrated circuit industry in Silicon Valley. She also asked thought provoking questions regarding dog vs. cat training, as CPT is the only company in Atlanta that conducts training and behavior modification for both popular pet species.
The article includes excellent photographs submitted by CPT Trainer Ellie Dunn.
To read the article, please click the link in the first paragraph.
If your dog would benefit from obedience or behavior modification training, we highly recommend CPT’s group, private, in-home private, remote private, virtual private, and board train programs. Similarly, if your cat would benefit from obedience or behavior modification training, we recommend CPT’s in-home and virtual private programs. To commence a program that improves your pet’s quality of life and the enjoyment you experience from your pet, please contact CPT by email or phone (404-236-2150).
Per the newspaper’s website, the goal of Atlanta Jewish Times is “keeping the Jewish Southeast connected.” Atlanta Jewish Times started in 1925 as the Southern Israelite. Upon a change in ownership in the 1980s, the name changed to Atlanta Jewish Times.
CPT and Mark appreciate the opportunity to better connect amongst Atlanta’s Jewish community.