All Dogs Pet Services is owned and operated by Camille Salter, a professionally certified force-free dog trainer. She designed All Dogs to meet the needs of dogs who may not necessarily "fit in" with the pack. These are the outliers. The dogs that need a different level of care and consideration in their daily management. These are the dogs that forever change us as dog parents, because they teach us to see the world through their eyes. Living and working with a number of these dogs both before and during her professional career demonstrated to Camille the universal need for a pet care service that could meet these demands in a compassionate, educated way. And so, All Dogs was born.
Meet Gus! Gus is an American black-and-tan Cocker Spaniel, the VP of All Dog's and Camille's dog training assistant. An excellent trick performer, this incredibly compliant, socially brilliant dog is the perfect companion. Gus is delighted to be working alongside Camille to ensure all of the dogs welcomed into our training program feel right at home (where appropriate). Gus' hobbies include ball catch and retrieval, subway riding and trick performing (he loves an audience!), and taking long naps in cool places.
Allie Jeronimo is a Toronto native with a big heart for all animals. Allie is a cat mom to two lovely fur balls, Logan and Luther, who are 13 and 3 years old as of 2019. She also has had a family dog growing up named Brandi, and has a currently family dog named Holly. Living in a house with animals the entire time growing up has given her extensive knowledge for dogs and cats. Allie is also certified in Pet First Aid and CPR. When Allie isn't walking dogs and caring for animals, you can find her working on her upcoming online store, up-cycling vintage clothing, and catching up with friends (and Netflix!) All Dogs is delighted to have Allie on the team.
What Our Clients Are Saying
I adopted Frank not even a month ago. I’ve been training him myself, and got him to do ’sit,’ ‘down,’ ‘come,’ and ‘wait,’ at home. But when we went outside, it was a different story: he got a bit too excited, and that led to pulling on the leash, which wasn’t a pleasant experience for either of us. He never made eye contact with me, and calling his name and offering treats of all sorts didn’t do much, either. Working with Camille turned this around after just one session — she was so patient and calm with both me and Frank, and taught me how I could get Frank to connect the dots between paying attention to me and getting food. Since then, he comes and sits upon command even in the most distracting situations like being surrounded by other dogs in a park with firetruck siren blaring in the background. It’s been so rewarding to start developing this bond with Frank that will last a lifetime. Thank you Camille!” - Maythe Han