This “Day in the Life” video shows Jessi Colter’s Red Fox Lab, Cowgirl, exhibiting stellar obedience in and around distractions. When “Girl” started her training with Sit Means Sit, she pulled on the leash and was easily distracted. Now, she can go anywhere, from the grocery store to the mall and everywhere in between! Awesome!
Sit Means Sit clients trying the Lure for the Cure at the 4th Annual Arizona Wags for Wishes event at Rawhide in January of 2011. In this video – Chris Harris and Pandora, Jessi Colter with Cowgirl and Barbara Schechter with Ruby
Junior Sit Means Sit dog trainer works with puppy
14-year old Mackenzie Teaches the Reverse Circle
8 year-old Celia Sanchez shares some tips on how to meet a new dog. Sit Means Sit dog training is fun for all ages from kids to Grandmas.
Kelly Charais, Sit Means Sit, Phoenix, trained Cooper to be a helper for her husband Doug. Our training allow us to transfer a dog’s training more easily to others that aren’t as able to do all the training themselves. A service dog must pay attention to commands. They must be social with dogs and people, […]