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Actions Speak Louder Than Words. Use Them!

Actions Speak Louder Than Words. Use Them! We can’t say it enough: Good dog training requires good communication. For most of us, the phrase “good communication” makes us aware of our speech. We focus on our words. However, communication is only good if the intended message is received by the target audience. What happens if […]


New Year Training Resolutions

Start the New Year by Rebooting Your Got Sit Dog Training January is reboot month. Like hitting the control-alt-delete keys on our computers, this is the month we reset the systems we use to keep our lives running smoothly. Diet plans, exercise regimes, financial goals, career objectives… we look them over, revamp them and resolve […]


Ward off the Holidays Blues Got Sit Style

Ward off the Holidays Blues Got Sit Style ‘Tis the season for shopping, baking, wrapping, partying, decorating, cooking, traveling, merry-making… Notice anything missing from this list? We know the holiday season is busy and stressful. Before you push your dog’s care to the bottom of your to-do list, remember that dogs are highly effective stress […]


Be the Leader of Your Pack

Want an Awesome Dog? Be an Awesome Leader! Ever get the feeling your dog’s ignoring you? Or, even worse, you know you’re being heard but your dog takes his own sweet time responding? Our human response is to blame the dog, wonder why they’re being obstinate and feel put out. Your Got Sit dog training […]


You’ve Got a Friend In Me

Posted by on November 3, 2015 | Comments are off for this post

You’ve Got That Loving Feeling. Hang onto It! Finally! You’ve found each other! After looking high and low, the magic happened. You looked into each other’s eyes and BAM! Love at first sight. Now you’re inseparable. You’ve signed the official papers. You’ve moved in together. You’re an honest-to-goodness couple. Years of happiness and shared experiences […]


Kenneling Got Sit Style

Kennels are a standard piece of dog-owning equipment. Most dog owners understand using a kennel satisfies their dog’s den-dwelling instinct and their canine security needs. Unfortunately, after our initial dog-owning enthusiasm dims, kennels tend to be where we put our dogs when we don’t want to deal with them: during dinner time, when company’s over, […]