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 this? You have no idea what they're doing to your dog behind closed doors. God only knows! They told us they could break our dog.

We have our pet for the characteristics her breed has to offer, why would we shock it out of her? If we didn't want what she has to offer, we would've bought a different breed. Dogs aren't horses, they shouldn't be broken! They can have behavior modifications, but without it being associated with PAIN.


Do not under any circumstances use this company.Anything we wouldn't do to ourselves, we shouldn't have done to our pets.


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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.


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. It wasn't the least bit painful.

You are making a huge assumption and the only negative I can pull from your review about this company is that the person you met with didn't explain to you exactly what the e-collar is, how it works and how they use it for training.I don't believe you have a valid review if you didn't even 1) understand the training or 2) actually use the service.

to Anonymous #1422333

try it on your neck at level or 7

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