Our Trainers

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Pam Behrens

P.E.T.S. Co-founder and Trainer, ABCDT, CNWI

Pam has loved working with animals ever since she was a little girl. She trained her first dog, a German Shepherd, in obedience and protection when she was in high school, and has been training dogs ever since. She graduated and received her dog training certification from Animal Behavior College. For 12 years, Pam taught group puppy classes/adult group obedience for SIRIUS® Puppy Training. She is a Certified Nose Work Instructor (CNWI) from the National Association of Canine Scent Work (NACSW), an AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Trainer and Evaluator, and is certified in Pet CPR & First Aid. She is also a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT).

Currently, besides holding puppy socials (P.E.T.S.), Pam offers K9 Nose Work classes, real world classes (A Dog’s Day Out!), and private behavioral consultations and training through her own company (A Dog’s Day!). She is also an instructor at NACSW K9 Nose Work Camps around the U.S. 

Pam loves being able to help dogs and their handlers build strong bonds and teamwork, and help fearful and reactive dogs build confidence. Doing this with activities that enriches their lives like K9 Nose Work and Puppy Socials never gets old.

​Pam has three adult sons and lives in San Jose, CA with her husband and their new puppy, Fig, a Miniature Long Haired Dachshund, who has just started her K9 Nose Work adventure!

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P.E.T.S. Owner and Trainer, ABCDT

Haley Scott

My name is Haley Scott and I am an ABCDT certified dog trainer with an additional certification in animal first aid.  I currently reside in Campbell, California and serve the greater part of the Silicon Valley. I also belong to a spunky corgi and beautiful horse.  

 

I've been an animal lover all my life and proud owner of animals varying from dogs to hamsters to horses for over 20 years. With a background in counseling and psychology, I've allowed this to greatly influence my approach in helping owners understand and work with their dogs. Bridging the communication gap between puppies and their parents is one of the most fulfilling aspects of my work at PETS. By teaching owners about a dog's body language and equipping them to handle dog to dog interactions safely, clients are able to learn to confidently understand and walk alongside their puppy as it grows in maturity. 

Welcome to socials! I look forward to meeting you and your furbaby in class. 

Our Assistants and Volunteers

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Elizabeth

P.E.T.S. Volunteer

Elizabeth’s love of animals began in childhood. Her first love was Snowball the bunny. In elementary school, she was designated as animal caretaker for seven animals including ferrets, prairie dogs, and snakes. Later, she participated in equine events and cared for horses at a local stable.

In 2003, Elizabeth became a certified groomer. In 2019, Elizabeth began attending P.E.T.S. Socials with her second Corgi puppy and eventually became a volunteer assistant with P.E.T.S. Socials. Elizabeth successfully trained her Corgi as a service dog and is also certified in pet first aid.

Elizabeth currently resides locally with her retired service dog and her current service dog, both Corgis, and with her parents, who have two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.