Sit Means Sit Dog Training Chicago
SIT MEANS SIT’S CEO, FRED HASSEN PRESENT’S RETRIEVER TRAINING AT THE AMERICA’S OUTDOOR SHOW
(CHICAGO, IL) Sit Means Sit Dog Training is proud to introduce Fred Hassen, CEO of Sit Means Sit Dog Training at the America’s Outdoor Show, Jan 26th till Jan 30th, 2011 at the Stephens Convention Center Rosemont, IL.
Owned and operated by Darrel Hager, Sit Means Sit-Chicago offers customized training programs that ensure a happy, confident, and obedient dog—as well as a happy, confident, and proud owner. Clients quickly become adept in controlling their dog at all times, even around intense distractions, such as other dogs, cats, squirrels, the mailman, friends, and strangers.
Sit Means Sit will present the following specialty workshops:
• Retriever Training
• Remote Collar Training
• Protection Training
• Basic Doggie Obedience with Flashy Tricks
Upon completing a Sit Means Sit program, dog owners will confidently:
· Walk their dog off leash;
· Maintain complete control in distracting environments;
· Call their dog and be rewarded with immediate obedience;
· Navigate family transitions, such as a new cat or new baby, with ease;
· Be in charge while still showing affection.
In addition, negative canine behaviors—jumping on people, pulling at the leash, nuisance barking, running away, destroying property, being aggressive, displaying separation anxiety, soiling the house, and nipping and chewing—will be eliminated.
Sit Means Sit Dog Training offers a free demonstration at the dog owner’s house, to assess training goals, show their own dog’s ability, and determine together if a partnership is in order.
Canine graduates of the Sit Means Sit Dog Training program regularly participate in community events, including trade/sporting events, parades, street fairs, and postal-bite prevention demonstrations. According to Sit Means Sit Dog Training founder, Fred Hassen, “We have trained police K-9 units and search-and-rescue dogs, as well as protection sport, agility, and obedience champions. Perhaps more impressive,” he says, “Sit Means Sit Dog Training trainers have renewed, even rescued, the relationships between countless families and their dogs.”
Founded in 1997, Sit Means Sit Dog Training has locations across the United States, as well as in Canada and Australia, and has been featured on Animal Planet, The Outdoor Channel, and ESPN.