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- 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.
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Deliah did great today! When my friend came over, she did really well. No
pulling…she really listened and my friend was able to approach her without any
problem. I was thrilled! Also, I did exactly what you said when she was about to go
into her witching hour…I clicked on her leash and we went out and walked and did
some training.We came back into the house and worked a bit more. She then went right
to her place afterwards and let me continue with my work! I am going to Simmons
tomorrow to take a tour and give them Deliah’s vaccinations papers. I’ll touch base
with you tomorrow once I have confirmed her boarding there. …Thank you again.
I feel so confident with you as our trainer!
The Staff at Simmons Veterinary clinic did a fantastic job in putting together this year’s client appreciation event. The theme was a spin off of Mardi Gras- Pawdi Gras. There were live bands, food and spirits, exhibitions by the folks from Disc Connected K9 and dog races. There were over 400 people in attendance and many nice dogs. We look forward to next year. Great Job
Kody, Kacey and I attended this years West Palm Beach Home Show at the South Florida Fair Grounds.. This was Kacey’s first major expo and is seen learning what will be expected of her in the events to come.
Kody and I joined many other vendors and participants in this annual walk to benefit the services offered by The Peggy Adams Animal Rescue. Sit Means Sit sponsored the registration booth for this event. Many people braved the unseasonably cold temperatures to support this great cause.
Kody and I attended and performed at the WinterBark 2010 event hosted by Compassionate Pug Rescue. This was our second year doing it and again we had a great time.
The staff of Sit Means Sit of Palm Beach had a very busy weekend. We did three events.
First, on Friday Night, we attended the Pretty In The City event hosted by SUNNY 104.3 to benefit the Office Depot Foundation. The night was filled with music, food, drinks and 3,000 women celebrating. Yeah, we had a good time.
The next morning we did a 5 mile walk at John Prince Park to raise money to find the cure for arthritis.
That afternoon we were at The Holistic Pet Cuisine for their meet the trainer event. We answered the various questions that the clients had regarding behavioral and training issues.
Kacey is my 6 month Vizsla mix puppy. She sees her brother Kody get so much attention when he heels, so she shows she can also.
Kody and I had the opportunity to attend and assist Fred Hassen with the Sit Means Sit K9 School that was held in Polk County Florida. The purpose of the school was not to teach tactics, but to teach a higher level of control for the K9 teams. The handlers soon realized that through better control, they had more options open to them. We had a great time and Kody learned some new skills and had alot of fun in the process. We want to thank Fred for his instruction and the deputies of Polk County and the officers of Lakeland Police. We learned alot from you.
Kody and I will be participating in a Police K9 School that will be instructed by Fred Hassen. Shown here is some basic Police K9 courses that Police Dogs are tested on. First is the walking course. Dog stays with you as the handler walks out, makes a right, walks out, makes a right, walks out. Some courses have gun fire at this point. Dog and handler then returns to the start. I changed things up a bit for the return. Control of the dog is essential, but I really put some distance into this practice run. Looking forward to learning new techniques and polishing up existing ones with Fred Hassen.
Sit Means Sit Trainer Bob Burnell and his dog Kody participated in the South Florida Police, Fire, and Security Expo at the Palm Beach Convention Center. Once again, Sit Means Sit showed off our style of training and the benefits that can be achieved. This year, we brought our new puppy- Kacey. I am not sure which dog impressed the crowd more.
Video of Kody in Action
Video of Kacey in training