R+ Dog Camp Providers & Dog Walkers
When your entrust your dog to a care provider, it's essential to know what methods they will utilize. Sadly e-collars, prong collars, squirt bottles with vinegar, shaker cans, and lunge whips are tools that are common place. The animal care providers listed below are committed to providing aversive free services.
The Dog Camp Providers listed on this page espouse and practice the basic tenets of the Vermont Professional Dog Trainers Network (VPDTN)--to train dogs using force- and pain-free methods. Each of them are independent service providers without business affiliation or agreements with VPDTN. However, VPDTN is not responsible or liable in any way for their training work, advice or interactions with clients and their dogs. Please understand that clients are responsible for fully vetting each trainer in order to engage the most effective solutions for their dogs.