Sit Means Sit Dog Training
- AdamOct. 1, 2020Owner is unreliable
Supposed to have a meeting/consultation in house with my dog and the owner of the Cranberry, PA, location, Matt Luxton on Sept 28 @ 9am. This was all confirmed via email so I waited and waited annnnd waited and he never showed. Great way to run a business.👎
- JennJul. 3, 2019Professional, Caring, Safe Dog Training
I cannot thank Linda and all of the trainers at Sit Means Sit, enough for the work they have put in with Rocky and help they have given me to help him gain confidence and focus. Rocky is a 4 year old Shih Tzu who completed 4 day train sessions, a private lesson and about 4 weeks of group class. For the first 4 years that I had Rocky, I followed the YouTube videos of a trainer who promotes positive training, exclusively. I saw some good results, but there were issues with consistency and that also with some fear driven aggression towards people and mostly all out fear of other dogs that we could not seem to make any progress with. Rocky began his training with Sit Means Sit in April and it has been transformational for Rocky. He is more confident and we are able to enjoy great #offleash play time. He is now doing great with meeting new people and the fear-driven aggression has really been overcome.
All of the trainers have been caring, professional, and prioritize safety with the dogs. I have complete confidence in them.
- BrianaDec. 27, 2018Great Trainers
Very patient, informed, and smart trainers. My dog would not be as confident, or happy without their training. We are now able to have the dog off leash without any issues at anytime. Highly recommend 🐶
- LisaMore than a year agoprincess
I would not recommend this place. The owner is very rude and nasty. Which is not a "shock" being that she likes to torture innocent animals.