Sit Means Sit Palm Beach hosted an 8 hr Petsaver class and a 3 day P.T.I. Instructor course in Durham, N.C. at the American Underground near Duke University on October 21-23,2012. There where 13 Petsaver students. Our 5 new Instructors include 2 Sit Means Sit owners
I recently had the honor to teach Pet First Aid to eleven students at the Sit Means Sit location in Dallas Texas. Six of those students became Pet Tech Instructors. Four of these Instructors are part of the Sit Means Sit Family. The first day’s class was very
educational and everyone left with a better knowledge of how to enhance, improve, and safeguard the lives of our pets. The second day, just for instructors, was very long and we covered a lot of material. The instructors did very well in not only understanding
the material, but in being able to explain and teach the techniques of CPR, Choking, Bleeding Management and our Snout To Tail Assessment. The third day was the test of their ability to teach these skills to the class. They did extremely well and I am very proud
of each and every one of them. Congratulations to Troy Pfeifer, Hamid Parvizian, Karen Thorn, Steve Baum, Darrel Forsberg and Rebeccah Kleinberg.
Bob Burnell and Kody of Sit Means Sit were asked to meet with Johnny C of 94.3 Real Radio. Real Radio is promoting the Palm Beach Pet Expo that is coming to the Palm Beach Convention Center on December 8 & 9, 2012. Sit Means Sit will be there performing and doing exhibitions.
Johnny C donned a bite suit so that he and Kody could have a bit of fun- Malinois Style
Sit Means Sit was invited by The staff of Roger Dean Stadium to put on a demonstration at their Dog Days of Summer event. Roger Dean Stadium is the home of the Jupiter Hammerheads, a Class A Advanced Affiliate of the Miami Marlins. Kody and I had a great time doing our thing on the field and caught a great game. We will see you there at future games.
Sit Means Sit of Palm Beach was asked to do a demonstration at Roger Dean Stadium for Dog Days of Summer. We had a great time and saw a great game. See us again at the July and August Dog Days of Summer and bring your dog for $5.00. Proceeds go to the Humane Society.
Bob Burnell, the owner/head trainer for Sit Means Sit of Palm Beach, and The Pet Tech Family is proud to welcome three new instructors. Fanci, Mariah and Karen have completed our 3 Day Instructor Training course and are now certified to teach Pet First Aid and CPR. They did a great job at class and will do an even better job of spreading our motto: “”Improving the Quality of Pets’ Lives, One Pet Owner at a Time.”
Bob Burnell, Sit Means Sit Trainer and Pet Tech Master Instructor completed his first Instructor training course. This course teaches interested candidates how to be a Pet Tech Instructor in Pet CPR and First Aid. These instructors will now be able to go and teach their skills to other interested students. Bill, Frenchie and Gloria did an outstanding job in not only understanding the material, which is quite extensive, but also instructing the class in a skillful and motivating manner. We here at Pet Tech are very proud of you all.
In a recent trip to NC, Bob Burnell earned his Master Certification from Pet Tech in Pet CPR and First Aid. Bob will now be able to not only teach Pet CPR and First Aid, but teach others to become Pet Tech Instructors.
Sit Means Sit Instructor Bob Burnell is a graduate of the No Limitations School of Remote Collar Training and the Animal Behavior College. Bob has experience as a Former Police K9 Officer and has served with the N.Y.P.D. Bob was awarded the Commissioner's Award for highest academic average from the NY Police Academy. Bob has a bachelors degree in Business Administration from Hofstra College and has received several awards for academic excellence.
Bob is the owner/head trainer for the Sit Means Sit of Palm Beach County. Bob has over 12 years of experience in training dogs.
Bob is also a Certified Master Instructor for Pet First Aid & CPR through Pet Tech. Bob has been an instructor at various Police K9 workshops and was an instructor at Law Dog, Las Vegas, where he taught basic K9 First Aid to attendees.