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1027 W US 190 Frontage Rd.
Belton, TX 76513

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Serving these Central Texas communities: Belton, Temple, Killeen, Fort Hood, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Troy, Bruceville Eddy, Gatesville, Salado, Rogers, Lampasas, Waco, Hewitt, Lacy Lakeview, Woodway, Holland, Bryan, Nolanville, Jerrell, Georgetown, Leander. Call for your specific area.

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I realize that this is an extremely bold promise, but I assure you that we can train even your dog. We work with dogs that even Most trainers won’t attempt to train, including all breeds, temperaments, and ages! We strive to get the Maximum Results in the Minimal amount of time. Many people come to us and tell us that we are their dogs’ “Last Chance.”

Talk is Cheap – We show you Results

Mike Wheeler is the original owner of Sit Means Sit Dog Training Central Texas and Sit Means Sit Madison, Wisconsin where he currently resides. He and Robin Wheeler, started the business in 2004 with the original company named Cen-Tex K-9 Academy LLC. In 2009 they joined forces with the Sit Means Sit Dog Training Franchise and are able to provide an even better system for training dogs than ever before.

Not to mention, we offer Unlimited Lifetime Training programs. If someone moves across country, such as a military person might do, there is a potential to continue training in their new home. Sit Means Sit Dog Trainers are experts in solving aggression issues, anxiety issues, and obedience issues, just to name a few. They have worked with a countless number of dogs, resulting in happy, confident, and obedient dogs, as well as happy, confident, and satisfied owners!

At Sit Means Sit Dog Training, we strive to make every training experience enjoyable and educational for people and dogs alike!

Looking for someone who trains puppies in the Killeen or Temple area? Our Central Texas puppy training program will help you to house break and train your new dog. We have special programs designed to grow with your dog, increasing their training as they get older, building each session until you have the dog of your dreams. Don’t despair if you have an older dog that has problems! Sit Means Sit Dog Training Central Texas provides unlimited dog training, dog obedience, and dog behavior packages which help owners to give their dogs the freedom that a well-trained dog can enjoy, no matter their age. Training ranges from basic dog obedience, manners, and behavior problems (such as jumping, chewing, digging, barking, house soiling, and aggression) to reliable behavior and off-leash control in any situation. We can help you to train the dog that you’ve always wanted.

So what makes us so different than other training systems?

We tailor our training to ensure that you and your dog receive exactly what you need. We teach you technique to get Maximum results in a Minimal amount of time. All of our training starts off as 1 on 1 training so you have our complete attention. After that you get to go to our Unlimited Lifetime Group Classes. We also use various dogs, toys, and people for distraction work. We are Veterinary Recommended! We work with All Dogs ranging from Puppies to “Last Chance Dogs”

Dog Training for the Real World!

Imagine being able to take your dog anywhere you go, walking with total control of your dog, or having manners when guests come over and so much more. I assure you that It Is Possible!
Call 254-541-3343 Now For a FREE Consultation and Demo!!

We Even do a Demo with Your Dog!

We offer private dog training lessons combined with unlimited group classes as well as “board and train” programs to suit your schedule and the needs of your dog. We specialize in dog behavioral issues of all kinds including dog aggression, fear aggression, object guarding, dog manners, deaf dogs and much more. Whether you are looking to get a head start on puppy manners, basic obedience, competition obedience, or off-leash training, we can help you improve the relationship between you and your dog at our Central Texas dog obedience training school.

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141 Responses to Central Texas Dog Training

  1. Holli Bledsoe says:

    We have this black lab named KC she is 8 months old and will not listen to save a life. She is really friendly with people and other dogs. But just doesn’t want to listen at all and will not move when she is put on a leash I would like to take her on walks but she makes it impossible . I know she is only 8 months but I am starting to lose patients with her. No matter how hard I try with her she doesn’t learn I try everyday to train her but she is stubborn. For example when u tell her to get off my lap and out of my face and push her away gently she comes right back and does it over and over again. I am almost at the point where I want to find her a new home. And she isn’t fixed yet which we r doing this month but will she act a little different once she is fix and all healed up.

  2. robinwheeler says:

    Holli! We apologize for all the frustration you are experiencing and would love to meet with you and your dog for a FREE evaluation, to see what we can do to help you. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 at your earliest convenience to schedule. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you soon

  3. cassandra says:

    I just got my 3month old German Shepherd puppy max I want him to sit stay and heel and protect me

  4. robinwheeler says:

    That is awesome! We are excited for you and would love to help you reach your goals. The first step is to meet with one of our trainers for a FREE evaluation. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 at your earliest convenience and we will get you scheduled soon.

  5. James Ballard says:

    I just received a german shepard puppy for my birthday. His name is Shep and he will be eight weeks old on the 24th of Sept. Is that too young to start training with you folks?

  6. robinwheeler says:

    James,
    Great question! Our training program is fit for dogs of all ages. Depending on your goals and expectations will determine when it would be a good time to start. We can schedule you a FREE evaluation to meet with one of our trainers. The two of you can discuss and come up with a plan that works best for you. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 at your earliest convenience.

  7. Rene'e says:

    Need help getting my beagle and catahoula acqainted with my bf austrailaian shepherd plus how to stop my beagle from always barking for attention when my bf, daughter, and catahoula come in to play. Would you do in home free consulatations.

  8. robinwheeler says:

    Hi Rene’e!
    We would love to help you address these issues your having. The first step it to schedule a convenient time for you to bring your dog and meet with one of our trainers. They will evaluate your dog and can answer all your training questions at that time. Once you sign up for training, we can come into your home and work on these things there. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 to schedule.

  9. Debbie Wikbanks says:

    Can you hep me train my 8 month American Bulldog to be a service/therapy dog?

  10. tasha says:

    I was wondering how much classes are for a yorkie poo born 6/14/2013? Thanks!!

  11. robinwheeler says:

    Debbie,
    Thank you for your interest in our program! Please call our office to schedule your FREE consultation to meet with one of our trainers. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

  12. robinwheeler says:

    Tasha,
    We would like to schedule you for your FREE evaluation with one of our trainers to discuss your goals and expectations that you have for your puppy. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 at your earliest convenience.

  13. Jay says:

    I Have A Blue Nose Pit Named Krook And I Was Wondering If You Train That Breed, And If You Do I Would Like To Train Him How To Attack On Command And To Gaurd My Whole Family.

  14. Donna says:

    We have a schnazer that will be 2 in Jan..She is great but does not walk well and has a problem if I get out of her site. We just got her 2 weeks ago and would like info on you classes.Thanks Donna

  15. alfred says:

    I’m a disabled and would like to train my dog to be a service dog.

  16. robinwheeler says:

    Hi Jay!
    Thank you for your interest in our program. That is a great question! We can train any dog of any age. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 at your earliest convenience.

  17. robinwheeler says:

    Donna,
    We would love to help! Please call our office at 254-541-3343 to schedule a FREE evaluation with one of our trainers.

  18. robinwheeler says:

    Alfred,
    The first step is to schedule a FREE consultation with one of our trainers. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 to speak with someone about scheduling.

  19. Christine Decaprio says:

    We just found a possibly 1 year old German Shepard dog that my husband and I adopted. I have had a 6 year old beagle/pug mix who I thought would be ok with her but I was very wrong. She is very nervous and while he was sniffing her she went after him, not out of
    Viciousness because she’s a big mush but out of fear. I was wondering if you provide in home training that could help us get these dogs to coexist. Thanks for your help.

  20. Ally says:

    I have seizures and I am wondering if you could train my golden retriever mix to become a service dog?

  21. LaTosha Boersma says:

    I adopted a big beautiful Lab Mix from Bell county Sheriffs animal shelter and she’s around 2 I think spayed and all. Shes house broke and a perfect dog inside sits and shakes BUT now I see why her last owners turned her over to them. As soon as she gets a split second she jets out your door and RUNS RUNS RUNS Forest Gump don’t have anything on the dog. And she will not stop when I call her name and you start walking up to her she takes off. Its took us 2 hours to corner her in a yard to catch her. She loves my kids and I don’t wanna get rid of her but as soon as she ran my kds were chasing her which pushed her more and put my kids and her in danger. I don’t want that to happen again. Of course my kids listened when I told them to stop running her lol but that dog hardly got tired. I hope there’s someway to break her cause I want to keep her. :(

  22. robinwheeler says:

    Hello and thank you for sharing about your situation. We have helped many people overcome similar challenges with bringing a new dog into the home. Please contact us as soon as you can so we can schedule a free meeting with you and your dogs. CentralTexas@SitMeansSit.com

  23. robinwheeler says:

    Hello,

    Thank you for asking if we train service dogs. We are not set up to certify service dogs. The best thing to do is start by getting your dog through the CGC test and then moving on to the more challenging Public Access Test. We can definitely help with getting your dog to pass these exams and see if there are ways to help you move forward in getting them certified. We would need to meet with you to discuss individual details. Thank you for your inquiry.

  24. robinwheeler says:

    Hi and yes we can definitely help with what is called Boundary training. Please contact us to set up a time to meet with you. 254-541-3343

  25. Ray Nunez says:

    Is there anything closer to Abilene?

  26. ashley says:

    I have a yorkie he is around 6 or 7 we saved him from going to the pound when his owner passed. We live him but we are having major problems that is to the point where my boyfriend wants to give him to friends or family. He constantly pees everywhere even on me, he barks at the slightest sound, he whines for no reason even when we are playing or just sitting relaxing, he pees in his kennel even right after we take him out, and he doesn’t get along with children or other dogs. We love him but all these problems are making it had to keep him in our apartment. He is a major challenge and I want to keep him please help!

  27. robinwheeler says:

    Hi Ray!
    Great question! We have trainers all over Central Texas available to meet with you. As well as other locations in the Dallas, Ft Worth and Frisco area. Please contact our office at your earliest convenience at 254-541-3343 for more information.

  28. robinwheeler says:

    Hi Ashley,
    We would love to help you overcome these challenges where you can enjoy your dog and have peace of mind. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 to schedule your FREE evaluation with one of our trainers.

  29. Kami says:

    I have a 1yr old beagle that we adopted from animal control in August. He’s a sweet loving dog but he’s a handful with behavior. My husband says he’s untrainable and after 6 weeks at petsmart training and very little progress I’m worried he’s right. I’m not ready to give up on him though. I was wondering if you provide any in home training or home like simulations? He’s just like my kids and a perfect angel when he was at training class and a terror the moment he got home! Somehow I need him to learn that he has to follow directions at home too. Can you help?

  30. Sally Davoust says:

    We have an 8 month old rescue Malamute/Shepherd mix. We’ve been able to get her to sit, but passed that…..everything is a chew toy. She has anxiety issues about staying in her crate….She chewed through the plastic crate and has now remodeled her new metal crate. She jumps on people, counters, table edges…..We’re staying with our son and wife until we find a house. We left a message on the phone listed. HELP! Did I mention that pour soon has two tapping dogs that hate mine?

  31. Barbara Miller says:

    I adopted 2 adorable dogs in July, 2013. On is somewhat well mannered, but we found out in September/October 2013, the youngest, about 1 1/2 yrs old, is deaf. I would like to set up an appointment to see what type of training is available for me and Bella!!!

  32. Kim says:

    Hi. I have just gotten a 6 to 8week old pit bull puppy. I would like to find out about the cost of having him trained to sit, stay, and to just obey and not try to run off. Could you please help me with this? Thank you. I am a HUGE fan of yalls. I hope to hear from yall soon. Thanks so much, Kim

  33. robinwheeler says:

    Hello!
    We would be glad to meet with you and your dogs. We can definitely work with dogs that are deaf. Please call us today to schedule a Free meeting

  34. Tammie says:

    Hi- I recently got a Great Dane puppy. He is 15 weeks right now and I am thinking about putting him in a board and train program. He has already picked up sit and almost has lay down, but because he is going to be GIANT I would really like to have him professionally trained. Can you give me a quote and details on the board and train program you offer? Thanks!

  35. Dylon Sanborn says:

    I have a year old Anatolian shepherd mix . We have had him for about three weeks. He and my wife bonded the first moment they met. Up until a few days ago they’ve been inseparable. A few days ago he suddenly got very aggressive. He started out nibbling her and she told him to stop and he would stop. Then over a few days he’s gotten more and more aggressive. She is covered with bites and teeth marks and bruises and today he lunged at her and tried to bite her face. She’s rather small and he is very strong so she can’t get him off of her on her own. She’s afraid to be around him and is very afraid of him now. We have tried to Regain dominance over him and let him kno who’s in charge and it doesn’t work. He will rips her clothes off of them with his biting and pounce on her. Today he started doing the same thing with me. He is not neutered but we plan on doing that this week. She wants to keep him but is afraid of him. I would like to keep him too but if I can’t get this under control we are going to have to bring him back to the adoption center. We have kids in the house and I can’t risk him biting them.
    We don’t have a lot of money and I work full time but she is home all day with the dog. I don’t know what to do at this point I’m ready to bring him back to protect my family.

  36. VeronikA says:

    Pawla (female, 6 yrs old Ridgeback-lab) Jeannie (female, 3 yrs olde, ridgeback-patterdale terrier) Pawla joined our family as a little puppy and Jeannie also when she was about 3 month old. For the past few months there is a lot of insecurity and aggression. Pawla keeps attacking Jeannie. About things, people she thinks that are hers. Such as my daughter…bones etc. Pawla doesn’t limit this to Jeannie but also other dogs. Jeannie now is very insecure and does not act normal around other dogs anymore. she also growls and snaps at dogs who want to play with her or sniff her. I need help yesterday. We are moving privately to Germany in April. I cannot put my daughter at risk or other dogs. Please help me ( my dogs)!

  37. becky says:

    We have a nearly 2 year old bloodhound. She is not treat oriented and very easily distracted, thus making her hard to train. Have y’all had experience training this breed?
    Thanks!

  38. robinwheeler says:

    Thank you for the interest in our program. We would love to meet with Pawla and Jeannie for a FREE evaluation. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 to schedule a convenient time.

  39. robinwheeler says:

    Absolutely! Our training techniques allows us to have our dogs attention at all times, no matter what the distractions are. Please call our office at 254-541-3343 to schedule a FREE consultation.

  40. Kelly says:

    Our Boston Terrier (Diesel) just turned 2 yrs old. We have owned him for 9 months. He has a sweet and loving disposition with us but seems to have an aggression issue towards other dogs. Trips to Petsmart and even the park have stopped because of the constant barking and growling. He’s only 12 pounds but has gone after a dog 3X his size. Do you offer a program for this type of thing? We need help giving him a well rounded life :)

  41. Jessica Palacios says:

    Hi this is jessica I need help with my puppy to get train I try and train him but he just wont listen he never wants to stay in his little puppy carrier and he is very kind with people and especially little kids but just wont listen to us and we just need help to train him?

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