Get To Know Seth

Seth Renzi – Canine Behavior Team Leader
Renzi – Canine Behavior Team Leader

How long have you been a part of ACS? Why did you get involved?

“I have been at ACS for a little over six years. Honestly, when I came here, I was just looking for a job. After being hired, I began to take an extreme interest in dog body language and behavior. It is endlessly interesting to me how dogs communicate and the ways they show their frustration. I love putting the pieces of the puzzle together to figure out how to best work with the dogs and ways to modify their behavior to help them be more adoptable to the public.”

Are you a dog person or a cat person?

“I’m definitely more of a dog person, but I love all animals.”

“I love putting the pieces of the puzzle together to figure out how to best work with the dogs and ways to modify their behavior to help them be more adoptable to the public.”
Seth Renzi
Canine Behavior Team Leader

What’s your favorite part of your job?

“There are so many great parts of working here, from seeing a dog’s behavior improve to the simple joy of taking them on a walk on a beautiful day. However, without a doubt, the best days are when a dog finds its perfect adopter, and you get to see them go to a good home where you know they’ll be happy.”

Tell us about your pets!

“I rescued my five-year-old pit bull from Stray Haven (Humane Society in Waverly, NY.) He came in as a fearful dog and the kennel stress was driving him crazy. I couldn’t stand to see him deteriorating, so I began to foster him. That quickly turned into an adoption, and he is the best companion I ever could
have hoped for.”

Sponsor a pet! Tell us about your best friend at ACS and why he/she deserves to be adopted!

“It’s no secret in the kennel that Kimba is my favorite. I have worked with her for over five years, and she has come such a long way from when I first started working with her. She is one of the most intelligent and stubborn dogs I’ve ever met, and she has quite the personality. Even though she would require an adopter who has experience handling behavior-issue dogs, I truly believe the right person is out there for her, and I would love to see her able to find a home.”

What do you think ACS needs donated the most?

“We need treats, preferable “soft” treats like Canine Carryouts, Pupperoni, Beggin’ Strips, etc. These make my job as a dog trainer infinitely easier to accomplish. Please donate.”

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