Atlanta Dog Training (770) 214-9247

“Sorry, We Don’t Train Husbands, Wives or Kids!”

Does your dog jump on family and guests, pull on the leash when you walk, chew, bark or run away?

It doesn’t matter if this is a puppy getting their first training or an older dog with long term bad habits, We have an obedience dog training program for you.

Following our program, you will confidently:

  • Walk your dog off-leash
  • Control any acts of aggression
  • Call your dog and be rewarded with immediate obedience
  • Gain control while still showing your affection

Plus, you’ll be able to quickly control bad or annoying behaviors like:

Call us now for your FREE Demonstration with your dog: 770.214.9247 or… Email Us and we’ll call you!

Serving these Atlanta Georgia Towns and Cities:

Atlanta, Buckhead, Duluth, Sandy Springs, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Buford, Suwannee, Vinings, Marietta, Kennesaw, Acworth, Smyrna, Douglasville, Forest Park, Decatur, Snellville, Stone Mountain, and surrounding towns

Serving these Georgia Counties:

Fulton, Dekalb, Cobb, Douglas, Gwinnett, Paulding & Carroll

The Sit Means Sit training system, is a time tested and proven dog training system that is recognized for its simplicity and speed of transformation. The best part of the program begins with our FREE Demonstration. The demo shows you, your dog’s potential with our training system, so that you can make a qualified decision free of any obligation.

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Aggressive Dogs

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Board and Training

Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide dog obedience training programs that result in a happy, confident, and satisfied owner as well as a happy, confident, and obedient dog. With our industry-leading results and customer service, you will achieve the maximum control on and off the leash while still allowing your pet to “act like a dog”! Your family will confidently enjoy your dog on walks, hikes, camping, BBQs, and trips around town very quickly.

Our programs include puppy management, basic and advanced obedience, behavior modification, and aggressive dog training. Our training services are offered in private sessions, in home, group training, and our ever popular Doggie boarding training—all aimed at giving you and your dog the highest levels of fun and control, even around severe distractions. It’s hard to forge a deep friendship with your dog when he’s chewing up your furniture, soiling your carpets, jumping uncontrollably, or nipping at your friends and kids! Our training methodology puts you in charge so you can move beyond bad behavior and begin to more thoroughly enjoy your relationship with your dog.

Sit Means Sit Dog Training Atlanta Georgia

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2 Responses to Atlanta Dog Training (770) 214-9247

  1. Jason Roberts says:

    What a great place to bring your Dog for training! Darin is a great trainer and treats your dog with respect and professionalizm. After only three private classes, my English Bulldog has learned so much. It is like I have a different dog now. We are looking forward to the Group Classes and the continued training of our dog “Inga”. Hat’s off to everyone at “Sit Means Sit, Atlanta”, what a great group of people:)

  2. Jeanne Cochran says:

    WOW! What a difference Sit Means Sit made with my Chihuahua mix rescued female dog named Roxie. She was 4 when I rescued her, and came from an abusive background. When I adopted her, she was withdrawn, aggressive to people, other dogs and food agressive. She bit me me a number of times, but I was not going to give up.

    I enrolled her in Sit Means Sit, and 3 years later, she is the sweetest, most loving dog I have ever had. Her tail wags all of the time, she loves everbody and gets along with other dogs. She does love to play fetch with balls, sticks, toys, anything she can chase.

    What a huge difference Sit Means Sit has made in my life and Roxie’s life. She and I are much happier since being in Sit Means Sit. Thank-you Chris and Darin! All dogs should be as happy as Roxie! Totally different, and GREAT dog.

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