Sit Means Sit, Hawaii’s Best Dog Trainer
04/25/2013

When it comes to owning a pet, it is always a dog vs. cat world. If you happen to be the owner of the former, then one of the problems that you would probably have encountered would be disciplining your little pooch.

Online PR News – 25-April-2013 – USA – Hawaii – When it comes to owning a pet, it is always a dog vs. cat world. If you happen to be the owner of the former, then one of the problems that you would probably have encountered would be disciplining your little pooch. Well, you need not worry anymore because Hawaii’s best dog trainer is here to save the day.

Sit Means Sit is one of the premier home dog training Hawaii companies. It has recently been named as Hawaii’s Best Dog Trainer by the Hawaii Pet Magazine readers. The programs being provided by this premier dog training Hawaii company deals with such issues as basic puppy manners, control of aggression, nuisance barking, chewing and digging, and housebreaking, among others.

So what sets Sit Means Sit apart from the other dog trainers? Only Sit Means Sit would actually take the time to meet your dog in his natural environment. Termed as demonstrations, these sessions are completely free of charge. During these demonstrations, you would be able to evaluate the kind of program that Sit Means Sit offers. The demonstrations also allows for the company to evaluate the kind of training that would best suit your pet as well as level expectations with you when it comes to the training of your dog. Simply put, these demonstrations are test drives that allow you to better decide whether Sit Means Sit is for you, and which program should you go for. The free demonstrations typically last for more not more than an hour.

Sit Means Sit provides two types of training models. These are Jump Start with Private Lessons, and Exclusive Private Lessons. With Jump Start with Private Lessons, also known as Board & Train, your pet dog would be made to stay with the trainer for a specific period of time. The time period would depend on your dog’s needs as well as his or her temperament.

Site Means Sit also provides a number of other products and services that would enable clients to better manage their pets. This would include the Sit Means Sit collar as well as the CMH Program. The CMH program stands for Containment, Management, and Housebreaking program and is typically used for those who are bringing in puppies as well as first-time rescue dogs.

For more information about what Sit Means Sit can do for your little pet pal, visit http://sitmeanssit.com

Contact:
Sit Means Sit Dog Training
Phone: (808) 283-3647
Hawaii