Legal Notice

  • I understand and agree that Volunteer Dog Training and Julie Caldwell shall not be liable for any injury or damage to any person, animal or property which results from the training or behavior of my dog. I further agree that Volunteer Dog Training and Julie Caldwell shall not be held liable for any costs or expenses incurred as a result of my dog’s participation in this training program. 
  • I understand and agree that a $35 fee will be charged for missed classes without 24 hour notice.
  • I understand and agree that this class may be postponed for up to 1 calendar year from the date on this receipt.
  • I understand and agree that refunds are only given in the event of family death/debilitating health or death/debilitating health of my dog.
  • I understand that: with training, you and your dog get out of it what you put into it.  Volunteer Dog Training will provide you with the tools you and your canine companion need to succeed.  While training sessions with Volunteer Dog Training are wonderful, your canine companion needs reinforcement and constant (daily) training.  You must practice what you learn in class with your dog outside of class.  We recommend that you spend 15 minutes – 1 hour per day with your dog working on cues.  Training your companion is a life-long commitment. 
  • I understand that: Volunteer Dog Training will make every effort to work with you and your canine companion to overcome obstacles in training, there are dogs who simply are not trainable.  This could be due to overbreeding / in-breeding which can lead to cognitive disorders, health issues (brain damage, physical disabilities, etc.), or other unknown conditions that cause your companion to have a disconnect between hearing your command, processing, understanding, and performing. 
  • I understand that: despite the work that you and your canine companion put into training, no dog is ever 100% reliable – never.  Volunteer Dog Training does not guarantee that your dog will never “lose its mind” or have an “I saw a human” moment.  No matter how many accolades your companion earns, or how many letters it has after its name, you should always be a responsible pet parent and never leave your dog unattended with small children or animals smaller than it is. 

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