Welcome and thank you for choosing Paw Pals Dog Training. We are located at 1275 Marks Church Rd (in D'Tails Pet Grooming) offering services in Augusta and the surrounding areas.
We believe in using and promoting dog-friendly training methods to help you form a bond with your dog that will develop into a rewarding, lifelong relationship.
We offer behavior consultations, private lessons, and group lessons. We specialize in working one-on-one with dogs and their families in the training process. We do this in an effort to obtain the quick results desired by so many families.
We hope that you enjoy exploring this site, and we encourage you to check back often for new information.
Please contact us about upcoming group lessons or if you would like to schedule one-on-one training for yourself and your best friend.
Paw Pals Dog Training is owned by Elizabeth Brooks, BS, CDT. She is a graduate of Arizona Canine Academy, and is Certified as a Dog Obedience Instructor and Assistance Dog Trainer. She has a BS in Psychology and is working toward a higher degree.
She believes you need to develop a bond with your dog through education. She believes in using Positive Reinforcement training methods to teach new behaviors. In this way, your dog will learn to demonstrate desired behaviors without the need for force. This enables you and your dog to enjoy a rewarding, lifelong relationship.
Elizabeth is a member of the American Psychological Association – Student Affiliate, Association of Pet Dog Trainers, American Humane Association, and Animals and Society Institute.
She has volunteered with 4-H groups, at animal shelters and veterinary clinics, and judged at Obedience Trials. Since 1998, she has offered classes through various venues including veterinary clinics, a state university, city recreation departments, and military installations. She has also been on Dateline NBC, and The BBB Eye in Colorado Springs. She has always taken advantage of opportunities to interact with and learn more about both animals and humans. She believes in continuing education and attends seminars and workshops as often as her schedule allows.