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Teaching your dog to sit out of motion is a good exercise. If your dog already can sit, try it while moving also.
When you can control your dog off leash, then you can do just about anything. The Sit Means Sit Dog Training system can give you that. Contact us now for a free demonstration with your dog!
n this video I demonstrate how I use 2 frisbees to train my dog.
Some dogs can do the ‘speak’ command, but ‘Rex’ loves doing it even with a toy in his mouth!.
Dog Training video of a Sit Means Sit trained dog paying attention for quite a while with enthusiasm and love of work.
Teaching your dog to come to you using a place board or a target, makes it easier for the dog to know the spot in which he is to return to. You can also do this with multiple dogs, as … Continue reading
Of course he can!
This Dog training video shows a whistle sit, a directional hand signal and a retrieve done straight back and under a chair.
Toni Drugmand from our Sit Means Sit location in Phoenix Arizona, shows some insight on how she taught her little dog ‘Stuff’ to lift his leg on command.
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
Do you bore your dog with the same old thing over and over again? Or maybe it’s you that’s getting bored? Yes, I realize that the dog needs lots of repetition. The dog also needs to see it from as … 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
More uses for your wire crate (part 2). In this video, we will show you another of many ways to use your wire crate. The Sit Means Sit dog training businesses can get pretty versatile at times, and a lot … Continue reading
Getting your puppy on an elevator can sometimes be a surprising experience. If your puppy is already familiar with some obedience commands such as ‘sit’, and has practiced it in some distracting situations, then it is a lot more likely … Continue reading
Here are a few things to work on so hopefully your dog will not be such a pain in the _ _ _ (car). Commands are necessary for your dog in the car for their safety. They also come in … Continue reading
In this dog training video below, I show an unedited training session with my dog ‘Nash’ and teaching him to beg and to turn. One of the main things that I look at when I watch other trainers dogs is … Continue reading
Today’s dog training article featured Nash owned and trained by Fred Hassen, Founder and CEO of Sit Means Sit Inc. Fred is demonstrating how with the Sit Means Sit dog training system, dogs are capable of learning to listen without … Continue reading
There are a lot of of dog supplies out there that claim to be ‘virtually indestructible’. This is a pretty bold claim for a dog product manufacturer to claim. We love to put these types of products to the test. … Continue reading
Training a young 5 month old puppy to do a bark and hold exercise for police k9 work, personal protection or even dog training sports such as Schutzhund involves a delicate balance of desire and control. Putting too much pressure … Continue reading