Sit, stand or sit pretty (stand on hind legs with paws together moving paws up and down), high five (paw to hand), down(flat on the floor) and roll over. All in that exact order.- Joyce
Lantz came to me from Germany at 18 months old. He was the first dog that I trained using our Got Sit method of Dog Training. He was certified as both a Service dog and Therapy Dog in three weeks from the start of our training together. He has demonstrated for Police K9 officers, agility competitors, and in dozens of shows across Washington State. Lantz has an amazing emotional balance and want very badly to please. He is a Sable colored pup and gets a lot of comments. He is seen performing in public weekly. He will demonstrate all of his talent off-leash, and around any distraction. Talk is Cheap, so Lantz likes to show you! You can see him at Bridges Pets periodically and at your local events. Watch for him on your drive to work!
This German Shepherd likes Got Sit Dog Training because it gave him the opportunity to have regular emotional stimulation as well as physical work. He is a working breed and is happiest when given more responsibility. Got Sit gives him the opportunity to do so through agility, protection work, play and demonstrations. Lantz is especially grateful for the time that Anthony Hamik puts in to working with him when Marvin is busy sharing the Got Sit Dog Training programs with new dog owners.