Neither result brought a try-scoring bonus point but Bath did ensure both sets of opponents finished empty handed courtesy of 15-6 and 26-10 scorelines at the Stade Chaban Delmas and The Rec.
"We knew the Dragons were going to be tough and, being at home, there was an expectation on us as we haven't lost here for a long time. We also wanted to get control of this group," said Booth.
"That was the two-week focus of going away to France, which is always tough, and getting a good solid result there, and then backing it up this week.
"The added bonus is that we could do it with rotating the team and giving some other people opportunities."
Bath made six changes from the starting side that saw off Bordeaux and academy trio Will Spencer, Will Skuse and Richard Lane were all included from the off.
Lane grabbed Bath's first try inside the opening few minutes, while fellow fringe player Mat Gilbert crossed for a match-sealing second 10 minutes from time.
Booth knows that success on both domestic and European fronts will only be possible with a solid squad as well as a strong starting XV and it was that element of the weekend's win that pleased him the most.
"It's good to see that from a depth point of view we can still sustain the same output," added Booth.
"Will Spencer was brilliant last week and had another good one. He has learnt a lot and I thought him and Will Skuse were very good. That's really important for us going forward because you know at some point you are going to have to rely on those boys because that's how it is.
"We've worked very hard off the field to get the recruitment better, to give us better strength in depth with an increasing influence from the academy. Those boys have certainly done themselves proud."
The setpiece was another aspect of the game that drew special praise from Booth after Dragons boss Lyn Jones had stated that it was in those tight exchanges that Bath had secured their victory.
"We are very pleased with the drive and the scrum and we knew as the weather came in it was going to be more a forward-orientated and game management afternoon, and I thought we were good for that.
"The Dragons have scored a lot of points in the RaboDirect PRO12 and to keep them to ten points is a big achievement. When you are tested against good side it's your fundamentals that matter. The set-piece and defence are what keep you in the contest and it's what you build any performance on."