For Immediate Release
February 22, 2010
SIT MEANS SIT HOSTS FREE DOG PARK ETIQUETTE DEMONSTRATIONS ON BEHALF OF CLARK COUNTY
Las Vegas, Nev. – Sit Means Sit, the largest U.S-based dog training company, is hosting a series of free demonstrations on dog park etiquette for the public on behalf of Clark County Parks and Recreation at Dog Fancier’s Park located at 5800 E. Flamingo. The demonstrations will be held the second Wednesday of the month from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on March 10, April 14, May 12, June 9 and July 14, 2010.
“We believe in a happy dog under control,” said Alfredo Rivera, co-owner of Sit Means Sit. “We are working with the public to create a positive and safe atmosphere at Dog Fancier’s Park. In addition, the County has just begun a fantastic new Ambassador Program at Dog Fancier’s, which is a collaboration of volunteers who patrol the park and encourage user etiquette. We train the Ambassadors as well.”
Does your dog:
- Accept a friendly stranger socializing with you?
- Sit politely for petting by a friendly stranger?
- Welcome being groomed and examined?
- Walk cooperatively on a loose leash?
- Walk through a crowd politely?
- Follow the commands: Sit, Down and Stay?
- Come when called, even when distracted?
- Remain calm and polite when meeting another dog?
- Remain calm despite common distractions e.g. jogger or loud noise?
- Remain calm during supervised separation from the owner?
Established in 2006, Sit Means Sit is the largest U.S.-based dog training company. With its first location and corporate headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada, Sit Means Sit has truly revolutionized dog training. The company started franchising about a year ago, and there are now 65 locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Australia, 39 of which are franchises. Sit Means Sit has been featured on several media outlets including Animal Planet, the Outdoor Channel and ESPN. For more information, call (702) 877-4581, toll free at (866) Sit-M-Sit (748-6748) or visit www.sitmeanssit.com.
Check out the dog training video footage from ABC Channel 13 in Las Vegas on this event!
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