Paige Littell was born and raised in South Florida where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Florida Atlantic University. Shortly after graduation, she began working in the juvenile justice field until 1999 when she relocated to Ocala, FL and her career path changed to child dependency. In 2005 she returned to the juvenile justice field where she developed a passion for working gangs. In 2009, she was appointed to the Board of Directors for the Florida Gang Investigators Association a position which lead her teaching gang courses throughout the State of Florida. Shortly after her appointment to FGIA her career path veered into the adult system where she became a felony probation and parole officer for the State of Florida. In April 2018, Paige retired from the Florida Department of Corrections. During her tenure with the State of Florida, she became a certified general course instructor for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement as well as a certified firearms instructor.
An avid “dog lover” with a passion for working dogs, Paige started a small business in 2014 catering to large and extra-large breed dogs. Her business put her in contact with several of the industry’s best working dog trainers and she began learning the ends and outs of bite work. The next logical step in the progression of working dogs led her to Georgia K9 to begin training in tracking and trailing. Paige lives in Hollywood, SC with her two Belgian Malinois Vesper and Drax.