Help Palmetto Dog Club Find a New Home Fellow dog lovers - we are in a RUFF spot and need your help! Palmetto Dog Club’s current training location on Banks Mill Road has been sold and we’ve got to work fast to find...
Help Palmetto Dog Club Find a New Home
Fellow dog lovers - we are in a RUFF spot and need your help!
Palmetto Dog Club’s current training location on Banks Mill Road has been sold and we’ve got to work fast to find a new home in spring 2021. We are raising funds for a down payment on a small piece of property (2 acres of open land) that is centrally located in Aiken so we can continue to provide training classes to the public.
For the past 15 years, Palmetto Dog Club has provided economical, positive dog training classes in Puppy Socialization, Obedience, Rally and Agility to Aiken, South Carolina and the surrounding communities. Having a new home of our own will allow us to continue these classes and possibly expand our offerings.
As we emBARK on this new journey, we need your help to raise funds for a permanent place to hang our leashes!
Donors who contribute $150 and up will receive one complimentary one-on-one session with an experienced trainer
· All donors will receive recognition on our website.
Follow our fundraising progress on our website (www.palmettodogclub.org), Facebook page, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
About Palmetto Dog Club
The Palmetto Dog Club is a member-owned club formed by dog enthusiasts who wanted to create a fun, caring atmosphere to train dogs and give back to the community. Our goals are to provide a safe environment where club members and public class participants can develop a balanced, well-socialized, well-trained companion while having a good time.
We give back to the community by supporting fundraising events with obedience and agility demonstrations. We also work closely with FOTAS (Friends of the Animal Shelter), our local county animal shelter and a portion of year-end proceeds are donated to them.
Our certified trainers have years of experience with all types of dogs, some competing and titling dogs in the disciplines they teach. They are assisted by club members who have taken and excelled in a number of classes offered by the club. Classes are offered in the Spring, Summer and Fall and are generally held once a week for a six-week session.
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