Our Southern New Jersey Dog Training Staff
Marlton, New Jersey
Serving the following New Jersey locations: Marlton, Moorestown, Mt. Laurel, Medford, Cherry Hill, Atco, Sicklerville, Washington Twp, Haddonfield, Collingswood, Voorhees, Mantua, Westampton, Philadelphia
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Kristin Zimmerman’s Southern New Jersey Dog Training Blog features up-to-date dog training and dog obedience information for Southern New Jersey Area and surrounding areas
SIT MEANS SIT DOG TRAINING IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY
Sit Means Sit dog training provides professional Southern New Jersey dog obedience training services to all of Southern New Jersey. Offering both private and group lessons, our staff of certified professional dog trainers are available to assist you with all of your Southern New Jersey dog training needs. Our method combines cutting edge technology in the use of a remote dog training collar, and hand-on training from our certified staff. Our dedicated professional trainers provide the best dog training Southern New Jersey has to offer.
At Sit Means Sit, we specialize in results-based dog obedience training programs based on an individual evaluation of you and your dog. We tailor our dog training specifically to meet your goals, helping to integrate a happy, well-mannered, obedient dog into your lifestyle. This Southern New Jersey dog training program will include training and instruction for you and your family, as well as your dog.
Whether you are experiencing an ill-mannered pooch or simply want to enhance your relationship with your dog through Sit Means Sit Southern New Jersey, our staff of professional dog trainers look forward to helping you with your four-legged family members. Our staff works with all dogs, regardless of age or breed. We provide results for any dog!
Kristin Zimmerman, owner of Sit Means Sit Southern New Jersey, has had a passion for training dogs from a very young age. Kristin has a Bachelor’s Degree in Small Animal Science with a minor in psychology from Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture. This educational background helps Kristin to have a deeper understanding of dog behavior, allowing her to confidently help with all aspects of dog training needs.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING:
We are writing this letter to tell others of the positive experience we have had with Sit Means Sit training and Kristin Zimmerman.
Having 3 dogs, we need to have discipline in our home. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Up until now, a walk with our 3 dogs consisted of walking during quiet hours. Our dogs walk on a lead perfectly, until…… they see another dog, then everything breaks loose, barking, pulling, complete chaos.
Treats, whistles, choker chains, Caesar Milan “the dog whisperer” methods all failed. We then starting walking the dogs in off hours, usually during normal work hours in the hopes that very few dogs would be around. Since dogs weren’t around, neither were people, so then eventually seeing people became an issue. We actually were perpetuating the problem..
Our other issue is with the doors that enter our home. Once you were in the house, everything was fine, it was just getting you in that was brutal. Again, barking, jumping, chaos. Also, never realizing the indirect reward our pets get when barking at the mailman and him leaving, which is consistent every day.
After 3 sessions with Kristin Zimmerman and Sit Means Sits training methods, things are much more pleasant at our home. We now walk our 3 dogs anytime day or night, we are able to meet and greet other friends and Dogs without incidence. It also has become much easier to open our door and welcome guests into a pleasant environment without having to worry about dogs jumping on them.
We have truly benefited by the training and most importantly our Dogs are less stressed and walked more…
This has been a very positive experience and would recommend Kristin and Sit Means Sit highly.
Raymond Farnesi and Carol Bisconti
When we first got our Miniature Pinscher Max, Lisa came and worked with us, as well as him. He became a very loving and well behaved dog. After our older dog Angel passed away, Max was besdsie himself. He started making messes in his kennel and not behaving very well.
We immediately called and Kristin came out to help. Since then Max has been better behaved, is not leaving us any presents in his kennel, and is much more content being by himself instead of having Angel with him.
Kudos to both Lisa and Kristin, you can see how they help any dog no matter what the issue may be.