After Dr. V explained WHY she thought she needed dog training, we went outside to see the challenging behaviors from her dogs. We did a quick demonstration with our dogs, to show her what to expect, and it gives an opportunity to judging the seriousness of the situation in her dogs. Then we went to work with her dogs…take a look!
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Anthony, Bob, and Sit Means Sit,
Jenni and I thought it was time to give a little info about our dogs and our experience with you.
We began training with Sit Means Sit in late spring/early summer of 2010. Our female German Shepherd, Hayden, was two years old at the time. She was very dog and people aggressive. She was uncontrollable on walks, and basically too much to deal with when we were outside the comfort of our own house. Atley was a young six month old German Shepherd pup that was ready to learn, but was he getting influenced by his older sister’s bad habits. We decided it was time to get Hayden under control and start off on the right foot with Atley.
We met with Anthony for an initial consultation. At the time, Hayden was determined to eat Anthony and Phaneuf. Anthony worked with Hayden for all of five minutes and had her totally under control. WE WERE SOLD!!! We are coming up on a year of training with Sit Means Sit. It has totally changed our dogs and how they behave away from home. There is not a situation that we don’t feel 100% comfortable having them off leash. Neither show any sign of aggression in any situation now. They love their new jobs and are eager to work for us.
Thanks for everything,
in regards to training Luka. I was about to consider getting another
dog due to her seemingly unmanageable aggressive tendencies toward
The training we have and continue to receive at, “Sit Means Sit”
has made all the differance. Luka is now manageable around other
dogs. In fact she is making progress in this regard every day.
Thanks again, Dirk and Olga
Part 3 of a session for Rocky with Fred Hassen at our Sit Means Sit Denver dog training facility.
Part 2 of a session for Rocky with Fred Hassen at our Sit Means Sit Denver dog training facility.
This video is the first in a series of Fred Hassen working with a Denver dog training client dog, Rocky. The dog is seventeen months old and has both people and dog aggression and has bitten before.
This is a video introducing clients Jim and Kathy, they have two people and dog aggressive German Shepherds. This is the beginning of a six part video of one training session, primarily with Rocky, the male. It should be interesting!
This video features Sit Means Sit Phoenix trainer, Toni Drugmand, with important reminders on keeping kids safe around dogs.
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