Group dog training classes are also great opportunities to socialize with your dog and to meet other dog-minded dog-training enthusiasts.Do you ever wonder why some people decide to professionally train their dogs? You should, there are so many benefits that you can gain from simply bringing your dog down to the “Sit Means Sit Pittsburgh ” center. We have a variety of different classes that can be exactly tailored to what you want your dog or puppy to learn.
Our trainers are educated in a wide variety of training techniques and are able to draw from an extensive toolbox to help you reach your goals. Each client receives a customized lesson plan based on his or her dog, needs and lifestyle.
Our Group Classes includes:
* Puppy socialization Class
* Wallflower/adult shy dog Class
* Basic Obedience Class
* Intermediate Obedience Class
* Advanced Obedience Class
* Control Unleashed Class
* Difficult Dog Class
* Tricks Class.
In our local dog training space we hold group classes, puppy socialization, and private lessons. We have a variety of certified trainers that teach classes. We utilize a variety of different training tools and techniques including our brand new Treadmill.
The “Sit Means Sit Pittsburgh ” not only offers a healthy stamina workout for healthy dogs, but is also great for those pets that require a safe, controlled walking regimen for physical therapy purposes.
As you work with your dog to teach the needed CGC skills, you’ll discover the many benefits and joys of training your dog. On top of that, training will enhance the bond between you and your dog.
Dogs who have a solid obedience education are a joy to live with, they respond well to household routines, have good manners in the presence of people and other dogs, and they fully enjoy the company of the owner who took the time to provide training, intellectual stimulation, and a high quality life.
Basic Obedience group dog training will teach your dog the basic commands including heel, sit, stay, down, down/stay, and come. A familiarity with CGC test items will also be taught such as accepting a friendly stranger, sitting politely for petting, allowing to be groomed, walking on a loose leash, walking through a crowd, behaving properly around others dogs, reaction to distractions, and being supervised while separated from the owner.
The basic program involves six weekly sessions. We limit the sessions to a maximum of ten dogs. Older dogs are welcomed also.
Contact us for more information at (412) 345-1748