Sit Means Sit San Antonio Dog Training

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Description

Type : Sell
Date : 25/03/2022
Condition : New
Location : 10025 Broadway St.,

Sit Means Sit San Antonio & Cibolo provides professional and comprehensive dog training in San Antonio, Cibolo, and surrounding Texas areas. Our training programs result in happy, confident, obedient dogs and happy, confident, satisfied owners. Sit Means Sit’s industry-leading results can help you achieve the maximum control of your dog, both on and off the leash, while still allowing your pet to “act like a dog.” We design our programs and training lessons to include plenty of fun for both you and your dog, while ensuring that you maintain the highest possible degree of control even while facing severe distractions.

Sit Means Sit uses a cutting edge approach to dog training and behavioral modification. Our training approach encompasses a number of different training tools and approaches depending on the unique circumstances presented by our clients and their animals. At the core of the Sit Means Sit method is Attention-Based Training. This broad approach to training allows Sit Means Sit trainers to use a variety of attention based tools to achieve the goal of attention to command around distractions to suit the situation.

Our training covers come on command, wait at the door, housebreaking, car manners, off, no chewing or digging, boundaries, no jumping or play biting, quiet on command, sit next to you and at a distance, down next to you and at a distance, on and off leash walking, and place. We can also deal with any behavioral problems such as pulling on the leash, submissive behavior, aggressive dogs, barking, etc.

We offer a unique approach that sets you and your dog up for success, and as we have found that “one size fits all” training is rarely a long-term solution, we work with you from the beginning to align your goals and expectations.

Location

10025 Broadway St.,
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