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Becoming a Professional Dog Trainer

Sit Means Sit Spotted on NBC's "Today" Show

Sit Means Sit was recently spotted on NBC's "Today" Show. Watch the clip below and see if you can spot us!

 
 

Sit Means Sit: A Top Low-Cost Franchise

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Franchise Business Review recently named Sit Means Sit as one of their 'Top Low-Cost Franchises' for 2012!

This prestigious nomination puts Sit Means Sit among 83 other low-cost franchises one of only two within the Pet Services Industry. 

 

"To compile the data for this report, we surveyed 11,167 franchisees from low- cost franchises and researched more than 130 brands. We also talked to CEOs and franchisees at some of the top low-cost franchises for their in-the-trenches view."

"When we research a franchise company, we contact every franchisee via phone or email and invite them to take part in our independent survey. We average well over 50% participation, and, in many cases, survey participation will be as high as 70, 80, or even 90%. Franchisees answer 33 benchmark questions ranking their franchise system in the areas of financial opportunity, training and support, leadership, operations and product development, core values (e.g., honesty and integrity of franchisor), general satisfaction, and the franchisee community. An additional 19 questions ask franchisees about their market area, demographics, business lifestyle, overall enjoyment running their franchise, and role in the franchisee community. From this data, we identified our list of franchises with above average satisfaction."

Check out the full review available for download here.

 

Franchise Business Review is a national market research firm that performs independent research of franchisee satisfaction. Our products include franchisee satisfaction reports, economic impact studies, customized surveys, and sector studies.

 

 

 

Akron Ohio News Spotlight on Sit Means Sit Franchise

The Sit Means Sit Cleveland-Akron Team with their Students

Our Sit Means Sit location servicing the Cleveland-Akron area of Ohio was recently featured in the West Side Leader, a weekly community news publication. Click here to read the entire article on akron.com.

 

'The Late Show with David Letterman' features St. Louis Dog Trainer

Our very own St. Louis dog trainer Tony Lampert was recently featured during a segment of 'The Late Show with David Letterman' on CBS on dock diving dogs.

Tony and his dog Baxter were among the contestants jumping their dogs from a forty foot long dock in the middle of 53rd Street in Manhattan, NY.

Tony and Baxter recently came home from the Dock Dogs World Championships with yet another world championship in the sport of Dock Dogs. Check out the footage of 'The Late Show with David Letterman' below to see how they did!

   

Trainers Dominate the Podium at DockDogs World Championships

Sit Means Sit as recently represented for the third year in a row at the DockDogs World Championships in Canton, Ohio from September 2 - 4, 2011.

The 2011 season in the DockDogs circuit saw a tremendous competition brewing for the world level invitational event. Dogs and handlers from all across the US and Canada flocked to Canton, Ohio to descend upon the Stark County Fair for three days of swimming, diving and jumping.

Through Friday and Saturday's competition anxious competitors wrangled, shouted, clapped and jumped all while vying for a coveted qualifying score. A qualifying score sends them to finals round for the third and final day of competition.

Sit Means Sit Trainers and DockDogs competitors Tony Lampert with 'Baxter' (defending champions in the Iron Dog division & Indoor Big Air World Record Holder), Dave Skoletsky with 'Yeager' (current world record holder in Outdoor Extreme Vertical and Iron Dog) and Jon Langdon with 'Remy' each achieved scores that qualified them for Sunday's finals.

An incredible showing was made by all competitors, and we're pleased to congratulate Tony & Baxter, Dave & Yeager, and Jon & Remy for an outstanding performance.

Congratulations to Remy & Jon for nabbing the fourth podium position in the Big Air competition.

Congratulations to Tony & Baxter for securing the second place spot on the Iron Dog podium and dominating the Big Air podium to grab yet another World Championship Title for the second year running.

Congratulations to Dave & Yeager for grabbing the fourth place spot in the Iron Dog division as well as taking home the title of World Champion in the Extreme Vertical (EV) division. If that wasn't enough, Yeager also crushed the existing EV world record by breaking it not only once, but twice throughout the weekend! Yeager's current record for EV sits at an astonishing 8'2"! Not bad for a rookie year!

A huge congratulations goes to all the DockDogs competitors from this years World's for making such a tremendous competition.

 

Group Pet Insurance for Sit Means Sit Franchise Owners & Staff

VPI.jpgSit Means Sit is pleased to announce a discount program is now available for all Sit Means Sit Owners and Staff! What better way to support the growth of your new dog training franchise than by offering extended benefits to your staff and of course taking care of your best friend?

We believe in continually raising the bar in the support and offerings made to our franchisees. Your monthly fee may not grow for one of the best dog training franchises available, but what you receive in return will. Our constant commitment to our franchise owners, staff and customers takes Sit Means Sit to the'Alpha' spot in the pack.

The VPI brochure is also available for download for your convenience here.

 

Sit Means Sit Launches New Website

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Sit Means Sit is pleased to announce the launch of our new website! Check it out now!

 

Veteran Opens Training School for Canines

 


Sit Means Sit franchise owner Mike Wheeler (Central Texas) was recently featured in the Killeen Daily Herald. Mike has been owned a Sit Means Sit dog training franchise for going on 2 1/2 years (as of 2011). Having already established a working business model in his area (as Centex K-9), he opted to make the leap and transition his business to the Sit Means Sit brand. Mike is one of many Sit Means Sit franchise owners who have made the transition from their existing dog training business to Sit Means Sit. You can read the Killeen Daily Herald feature (pages 6 & 7) here.

 

 

Sit Means Sit Trainer Joins the Search for Survivors

Carla Collins of our Sit Means Sit Dallas location was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal during the search and rescue efforts in Joplin, MO. Carla and her dog 'Joker' were deployed to assist in the location of survivors after the devastating tornados that struck the community May 22, 2011.

Read the full article on WSJ.com.

Carla Collins has provided professional dog training services to the Dallas area and nationwide through seminars for many years. At Sit Means Sit we offer the most successful techniques to help you with dog training basics through advanced obedience. We combine remote collar dog training with proven classic techniques to bring the most innovative dog obedience training Dallas has seen. Carla’s 20 year history in customer service and dog training, combined with over 14 years of working with dogs, allows for a solid educational approach for both canine and dog owners alike. She is a national seminar instructor with No Limitations and trains her personal dogs for search and rescue work.

 
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