The following people and organizations improve the welfare of Vermont's animal residents though education programs.
A professional animal behavior specialist offering dog and cat training classes (available via Zoom). She specializes in helping people resolve dog and cat behavioral problems, including fearful and aggressive behaviors, in a humane and positive way.
Green Mountain Animal Defenders
Promotes humane choices and raises awareness of animal protection issues through education, advocacy, outreach, special events, and collaboration.
Humane Society of Chittenden County
Offers affordable health and wellness services and resources to pet owners in need. Advocate on behalf of animals in crisis. Promotes the animal-human bond through outreach, education, and programming (including seminars, summer camps, etc.).
North Branch Nature Center
A 28-acre preserve of forest and field in Montpelier. Offers guided nature walks, summer camps, and more.
North Country Animal League
Promotes compassionate and responsible relationships between humans and animals through education and outreach. Programs offered include pet training and first aid certification.
Protect Our Wildlife
Serves as a voice to counter those who choose to exploit wildlife for their own interests. Educates the public about the impact that personal and political decisions have on wildlife.
Vermont Coyote Coexistence Coalition
Joined with other partners to get coyote killing contests banned in Vermont. Now working to stop the wasteful killing of wildlife
Vermont Wildlife Coalition
Creating an ecologically-sound future for Vermont’s wild species through public education and political action.
Water and Rock Studio
Offers animal yoga classes.
“An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language.”
― Martin Buber