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Worst ever! You don't get what you pay for. Dishonest as they come. Get what you want in writing or you are screwed. Lucky if they return your call. Ask any other trainer they will laugh in your face for using them. Say good bye to good hard earned money. I tried befriending the guy and that was a joke. Stay clear. I am writing every place possible to make sure no one else gets scammed. I reached our to corporate and Fred Hassens didn't do... Read more

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St Peters Missouri location of Sit means Sit had two men charged with abuse. Amazingly they bought their way out of the charges. Here are the links and videos to prove that Shock or "E" collar training only hurts the dogs and attracts and breeds abusive trainers.. People please do NOT believe your dog ever needs this type of training. Abuse is widespread in this franchise. They don't train dogs they instill fear and pain to make them submit.... Read more

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Sketchy, they have no training facility. They won't give you any information over the phone. Beware!

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I gave my Z to them for 2 weeks and he came home skittish, fearful, emaciated and bites people who put their ha dis out for a sniff. He winced when I put the collar near him and that's the last he ever saw of it. The trainer taught him for commands that he already knew. She did nothing for the reason why he was in there. I called multiple times and only had a response from the trainer and the secretary. It wasn't until I threatened to go... Read more

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I worked very briefly with Sit Means Sit in Oregon, but that was enough to let me know this is no place to work if you like dogs and know about dog training. The training method is using electronic shock collars and food rewards; whether this is a problem is personal preference. I have no problem with this method as long as it is done correctly. The dogs are very stressed most of the time. When they are not being worked they are shut in a small... Read more

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Signed my giant schnauzer up for 2 weeks board and train for over $2500 I expressed concern at the beginning about the collar but was assured it would not hurt him. After taking the collar off when I got home he had 4 burned scabbed places on his neck. What a waste of money and harmful to my dog. I was fearful that this e collar would be harmful but they assured me it would not hurt him. I feel terrible that he was subjected to two weeks of this... Read more

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Sit Means Sit is the absolute worst thing you can do for your dog. The premise of their training method is that you shock your dog on the first letter of the command you give to them. Before they know what they are supposed to do, you are punishing them. The trainer demonstrated with his own dog, an emotionless pup who was still being shocked the same way, after a year of training. After a week with this method, my pup cries, runs and hides... Read more

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I left my 1 year old frisky golden retriever with a trainer in Colorado for a 14 day intensive training for $2,000 while I attended class out of state for the same duration of time. Within 24 hours of having my dog in one of their trainers care.....one of the trainers dogs BIT off half of one of my dogs ears!!!!!!! I was thousands of miles away and had to complete my class for my job beforeI could return. It was a horrible thing for both me and... Read more

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