Professional dog trainer and author Adam Katz gives an independent review of the Sit Means Sit Remote Collar.
March 21, 2007 Dear Toni, I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated your taking the time to come to the American Girl Event. What a great opportunity for the girls and their parents, and me, to see what training can do for a dog. It really did help me understand how […]
Thank you for your update on Hurricane and your kind words on June Trowler and our organization, Stealth Volunteers. I’m sitting at my computer with tears in my eyes, so happy to know that there are people like you out there to help when the animals need you. Thank you so much for caring enough […]
Having used the old-style collars years ago, they had one strength of ZAP! There were used for one thing and one thing only and that was to stop really bad unwanted behavior. Then we found you and Fred and the adjustable-strength collars. What a revelation! In May of 2003 I got a call from Gila […]
The main endorsement I can give is the rapid results. My puppies still like me and are having a good time! I think it is important to have guidance from an experienced trainer like you, because I can see how the collars could be misused by someone who doesn’t understand how and when to use […]
Dog Trainers Too Cool for School Last weekend, I was invited to attend Fred Hassen’s Sit Means Sit yearly alumni seminar. I got to meet some great dog trainers. Some who were absolutely outstanding include: Dave Skoletsky, Toni Drugmand, Alfredo Rivera, Lianne Hassen, Luciano Aguilar and many, many others. (I’m probably butchering their names, too!) […]
Endorsed by Fred Hassen founder of Sit Means Sit Dog Training and creator of the No Limitations training system Toni, just a note to thank you for all of the seminars that you have assisted me with over the years. Doing that very first agility seminar with a remote with you, will always be a […]