1. The Best We Could Hope For

    We needed help to address a fairly unusual situation. Our 18 yr old son Malcolm is autistic and mainly nonverbal. Our rescue dog Cisco tried to connect with him but Malcolm’s disinterest quickly turned Cisco from confused to aggressive within days (barking, growling and lunging). We were at our wits end always keeping them separated with doors and gates, so I signed up for Sit Means Sit. Our tra…Read More

    Deniece P.
  2. The Best Trainer I Have Experienced

    I came to sit means sit after my dog Toby did not do well (sad understatement) in two other forms of training. Both told me there was nothing else they could do for him. I refused to give up on him. He was out of control and needed help. We actually started sit means sit at a different site but had to move due to my husband’s military commitment. They had no problems transferring us to centervil…Read More

    Elise B.
  3. Cannot Extend our Thanks Enough

    We adopted Izzy from a family friend. She was a sweet, loving dog but was extremely hyper and had no boundaries. She knew her commands well (sit, down, paw, roll over) but it was still hard to have people in our home because of the energy she had and the discipline she lacked. Our vet recommended sit means sit and soon after we were connected with Joanna. She came and did an in home visit and gave…Read More

    Jamie H.
  4. Best of the Best

    My husband and I (and Cooper too) LOVE Sit Means Sit! Sonny and Ted are incredible with dogs of all shapes and sizes. Cooper has gone from a skittish, shy dog to an out-going, happy dog that knows commands beyond the basics. I could not recommend them enough! They really know their stuff and I wouldn’t trust Coop with anyone else. Truly the best of the best.…Read More

    Kelly B.
  5. Amazing

    Sit Means Sit has been amazing for our dog and Angela is outstanding! They get to know and understand your dog, they truly care about your pet, and they really have a great system for training.…Read More

    Kristin C.