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I worked here for a total of one week. Their training methods worked for maybe 3 of the dogs I worked with in the week I was there. What I saw behind closed doors disgusted me. One time the trainer was trying to get the dog it sit on top of an upside-down bucket, and...
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We went for a consultation, and we were very sad at the treatment of the instructor's personal dog as well as the treatment of ours. Using the shock collars is a form of animal abuse. Who in their right mind would turn over their family pet for two weeks to people like...
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Belle

You tried it on your hand? Good for you.. try it on the sensitive skin on your neck before you go shouting about how it doesn't hurt.

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I'm curious why you think that the e-collar used by Sit Means Sit is painful? Did you hold it in your hand and activate it? I did. I did it several times and at many levels. I...

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My dog was killed last Monday March 6, 2017 by my neighbors pit bull. My neighbor obviously torn about what to do called this franchise tonidrugmand@sitmeanssit.com in Phoenix Arizona. They parked their truck in front of my house on Saturday afternoon March 11, 2017...
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I can understand you being sensitive but please! How can you write a review of a company you never used? I bet they were actually in their own front yard and you just didn't w...

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Sit Means Sit Dog Training Review

Sit Means Sit
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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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Trainers get 3 weeks training. I had a difficult dog and not much experience. I learned more on u tube then this place. The owner was interested in additional private lessons at $300.00 a session. My dog learned how to sit for sure. However when it came to distractions...
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These SMS people are all franchised no-nothings who are trying to make a quick buck by zapping people's dog into submission. Please do yourself a favor and go to a PROFESSION...

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$300.00 a lesson?? Really, I find that very hard to believe.

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Cheyenne, Wyoming Sit Means Sit. I purchased a year long package for dog training. I attended training and my dog progressed nicely but recently went back to take more lesson within my year long contract and the owner no longer has phone service and low and behold...
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Randy Siltzer

We are in Cheyenne and use SMS of Northern Colorado. Not sure they would honor your previous contract. I have contacted them on several occasions and am not at all pleased w...

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I used the St. Peter's Missouri location and it was an absolute joke. My dog is terrified of his collar and afraid of men now. His trainer was fired because he was facing dog abuse charges. Also, I was promised unlimited group classes and now there isn't even a nearby...
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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...
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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.....
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Sit Means Sit Dog Training (or Else Get Tortured)
Sit means sit in Pittsburgh is by far the worst place you could go to get dog training. They use shock collars as their first "go to" resource before any other methods are even attemepted. Sure....I guess if you put shock collars on your kids, you would have obedient...
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I also had a horrendous experience with that Lisa Pierce in Pittsburgh who owns sit means sit. Robbed me of over $1500 and I have nothing to show for it. I went to a REAL t...

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That picture is absolutely not from the shock of a collar. It is from a collar being worn too tight and for too long - if it isn't photoshopped in the first place. How would...

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2900 E Patrick Lane, Suite 2A
Las Vegas , NV 89120
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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...
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Arlene

Hello, I am wondering if you every resolved this issue. I am having the same issues. I took my Norwegian Elk Hound to the vet because she was wincing, squealing, and nipping e...

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This is so sad! I am a trainer (positive reinforcement) and had a client today whose dog was snipping at anyone who Reyes to touch his collar. So fearful of everything and e...

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