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Fred Hassen CEO, Darrel Hager (Sit Means Sit Chicago) and Bob Campanile (Sit Means Sit Ocean County, NJ) recently presented demonstrations at the 2011 Police K9 Magazine Annual H.I.T.S. (Handler Instruction & Training Seminar) Conference in Washington D.C. HITS is … Continue reading
You can play tug with your dog even in the water as you can see in this video!
This fully instructional, step by step video that was taken at a ‘live’, hands on Fred Hassen seminar, is now available for rent on youtube!.
This packed, week-long conference provided a platform for hundreds of agents to learn together and discuss counter terror operations and developments in the homeland security field.
Watch this dog bite taken at the Las Vegas Police K9 trials! They had the bad guy wearing a helmet with a camera on it so the audience could see it from the bad guy’s perspective. The crowd loved it!
Here are a few video clips from SSI conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This video shows some steps using visual markers as aids in teaching a high drive police dog to stop instantly.
I was at the Western States Police Canine Association conference doing some demonstrations,
A few clips from some of the 2010 K9 Cop magazine Police dog conference.
Warming up not only your dog, but having yourself warmed up in different environments before demonstrations is important.
This funny K9 dog training clip was taken at the 2010 K9 cop magazine police dog training conference.
We will be demonstrating at a Police k9 conference this week.
Police dogs and any type of biting dogs should be under control even when distraction is present. Learn to control your dog in any environment.
In Police dog training, it is important that you have your dog under control with distraction going on for obvious reliability reasons.
As published in K-9 Cop Magazine June/July 2010 Myths and Facts In this article series we aim to examine some common myths associated with the use of electronic training collars in the handling and training of a police k9. This … 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
This video shows Fred Hassen, demonstrating his Sit Means Sit dog training his K9 Nash at the 2010 Invictus ‘Law Dog’ event. Police dog handlers from around the United States were in attendance at this event. Sit Means Sit CEO … Continue reading
Yes, some dogs can almost fly, as we all see here at a Police K9 seminar that Sit Means Sit held in Everett, Washington. Police K9 Handler School
In this dog training video, Darin Shepherd from Sit Means Sit Dog Training Atlanta Georgiashows one of the many advantages of the Sit Means Sit Dog Training system which allows you to get to a dog from anywhere, and to … Continue reading
This is a fun video of what dogs sometimes love to do, and that is to be just a little sneaky! It always make you laugh when you see these types of things, and reminds us why we all love … Continue reading