Sit Means Sit Phoenix students at work. Join us for a group class and help your pup learn a wide variety of obedience skills!
Tag Archives | working dog
Sit Means Sit Phoenix demonstrates the sit and recall command. Check out our library of articles and keep up with us on Facebook for dog training tips and more! If you would like to schedule your free dog training consultation, contact us today!
This is Officer Gilly and handler. They are practicing to perfect the heel. Check out the Sit Means Sit Phoenix library of articles and keep up with us on Facebook for dog training tips and more! If you would like to schedule your free dog training consultation, contact us today!
Name: Enzo Owner: Tai & Brittney City: Phoenix Breed: Purebred Belgian Malinois Likes: Enzo loves chasing his Jolly Ball, chewing on any toy that squeaks, running around the backyard, and playing with his 6 year old kid brother, Jake. Enzo also loves participating in Sit Means Sit Phoenix dog training activities where he has learned […]
Name: Bernie Owner: Joe L. City: Surprise Breed: GoldenDoodle (Lab/Poodle) Likes: Being Petted Favorite Toy: Rubber 3 ring toy Best Trick: Arrival story/bio: I received Bernie in July 2012. He will be 2 years in January 2013. My goal is for him to be a Therapy dog to visit people in hospitals and other places […]
Name: Angus Owner: Lori B. City: Mesa, Arizona Breed: Dogo Argentino and American Bulldog Likes/Dislikes: Angus LOVES to play with his tennis ball. His peeve is when we take his tennis ball away! Favorite Toy/Treat/Walk: Favorite toy is tennis balls….especially in the pool. Best Tricks: Angus gives high fives! Arrival Story/Bio: Angus was labeled […]
A biography on a Saint Bernard who received Sit Means Sit Phoenix dog training services. Name: Duke Owner: Ron Ashby City: Phoenix, Arizona Breed: Saint Bernard Likes/Pet-Peeves: Likes people and dogs. Pet-Peeves, he does not like it when our Golden Retriever swims in the pool, he runs back and forth barking at us as if […]
Dear Toni, I just wanted to share some of Kali’s successes and say thank you for all the help in working with us over the past 4 years. We started with you when she was 4 months old. She is now 4 years old. There are times when we first started training her as a […]