Paws4ever is committed to supporting you and your dog throughout your relationship together. Our professional dog training instructors use only science-based, positive reinforcement methods to help you and your dog achieve your training goals.

We offer a variety of fun and accessible private lessons, group classes, and workshops for every age and level.

Dog Training Scholarships

The regular price of our dog training classes are $135-$150 per 5-week group class or $100 per 1-hour private lesson. If you are in need of training for your dog and are unable to afford our regular rates, you may request a Dog Training Scholarship. A scholarship can provide up to a 5-week group class and 2-3 private lessons.

Paws4ever’s Training Facility

Paws4ever Dog Training classes and lessons are held in our spacious and cheerful Learning Center at Paws4ever at 6311 Nicks Rd. in Mebane. Paws4ever is in a beautiful rural setting that is convenient to pet families in Mebane, Burlington, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Carrboro, Durham, Graham, and other surrounding areas!

Paws4ever also has an Adoption Center and a 3-acre membership-based Dog Park on site!

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“Makayla and Hannah gave us the tools to help us train our Golden Retriever Puppies. They were so patient with me and our headstrong “Buddy”. We highly recommend the one on one training.”


“Puppy class was small enough to handle efficiently and work with each participant as need we d.
Play time was great socialization experience
Methods used are kind and positive and help build bond between owner and puppy”

“We listened to our breeder and signed our dog up for their puppy class. Our main goal was to help with socialization with our puppy. This class is great and Brian was a wonderful teacher. He was very knowledgeable and great with the dogs. Not only did the class focus on socialization but we also learned how to teach basic skills to our dog in a positive way. I was also able to witness several dogs start the class feeling insecure but after two classes they were able to join the pack and enjoy the other dogs. It was really awesome to see the dogs improve in a positive environment. So glad we took this class!”


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