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Sit Means Sit made the top 50 list for top franchise businesses by the Franchise Business Review. The overall franchise landscape is a very different place than it was five years ago. Thankfully, it’s also a different place than it … Continue reading
Our dogs had fun at the Western States Veterinary Conference.
There are many ways to reward your dog for a job well done. This video shows a Sit Means Sit dog trainer using a frisbee.
Here is Sit Means Sit dog training’s very own Luciano Aguilar from another episode of ‘America Now’. Would you like to become a Sit Means Sit dog trainer just like Luciano? Contact us!
This video shows an ‘uncontrolled environment’. The difference between controlled and uncontrolled is explained in the clip. Teach your dog control anywhere with Sit Means Sit dog training. Click here for a free demonstration with your dog!
A very funny classic line delivered by a Sit Means Sit client. Contact us for a free demonstration with your dog!
Sit Means Sit dog training will be sure to implement distractions into your dog training, and have it so your dog listens well both next to you and away from you.
Celia Sanchez from our Sit Means Sit Dog training location in Maui Hawaii, gets plenty of training time in working with her parents that own the Sit Means Sit dog training franchise location in Maui, Hawaii.
This dog’s name is ‘Ubu’ and he is a client of Scott Sanchez’ from our Sit Means Sit dog training location in Maui Hawaii.
A handful of Sit Means Sit dog trainers, and employees are seen here taking the Canine Good Citizen test, otherwise known as the ‘CGC’.
It is important to have your dog comfortable in a muzzle.
Here is a fun trick as performed by some of our trainers at the 2010 ‘Main Event’ for Sit Means Sit dog training franchise business owners.
Sit Means Sit trainers are seen here on a shoot for ‘Faithful Friends‘ on Animal Planet. This video was taken at the 2009 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) and features Lianne Hassen, Ashton Fitz-Gerald, and an interview with Fred Hassen and … Continue reading
Sit Means Sit trained dogs can do practically anything, and a lot of the things are very useful!
This video shows just a small portion of a search dog class at the annual ‘Main Event’, which is a yearly educational program for all Sit Means Sit trainers.
Today is part 2 of don’t bore your dog with the same old stuff. So if you get a little lost here see yesterday’s show which was part one. I am trying to point out in this video that it … Continue reading
David Smith, a Sit Means Sit dog training franchise owner, is seen here working his dog around a lot of distraction at a trade show. Sit Means Sit Dog Trainers know the importance of having their dogs happy, obedient and … Continue reading
Our Sit Means Sit Franchise Business owner in Chicago Illinois is featured today. Darrel Hager is just an awesome trainer and shows some of his moves with his Belgian Malinois ‘Bravo’. If you are in the Chicago area, give Darrel … Continue reading
Here is an imaginative way to teach your dog to jump, to retrieve and to come back to you straight.
Watch as this 4 1/2 month old black Labrador retriever learns to heel around other dogs and comprehend’s some whistle work.