Don't trust your dog's training to just anyone. Call Sit Happens Roseville today and set up a free demo. We will show you how we can train your dog and help you understand how behavior modification works.
At Sit Happens Roseville, we don't use choke chains or shock collars because we believe that there are better ways to communicate with your dog. The methods we use are positive reinforcement based and scientifically proven to work best for canine behavior modification.
Our staff is here to help you understand how these methods work, so that when our training program is complete, you can continue to reinforce the new behaviors yourself.
Many people in Roseville, Rocklin and Sacramento, CA have heard of us. We're the dog trainers who get results.
Achieve a Peaceful and Obedient Dog
How would you like your dog to:
Obey off leash?
Stop pulling on walks?
Stop barking when someone knocks on your door?
Stop jumping up on guests?
Stop digging holes in the backyard?
Stop chewing up your shoes or furniture?
You’re probably here because you want to know more about Sit Happens.
I offer individualized training programs to meet the needs of each dog, owner, and family. My approach is friendly, fun, relaxed, and effective. Most importantly, it works!
At Sit Happens, we believe that dog training is all about you and your dog. We believe that your dog should be able to go anywhere and do anything with you.
If you are constantly feeling frustrated with your dog, we can help! We can solve issues such as jumping, pulling on leash, not coming when called, and barking at people or other dogs.
Are you ready to have a better relationship with your dog? Are you ready for people to be impressed with how well behaved your dog is?
Sit Happens is here for you!
A dog trainer's purpose is to teach owners how to foster the best possible relationship with their pets, and that starts with effective communication. Dog trainers assess the unique needs of their clients' dogs, and then create a customized training program for them.
The training may be one-on-one or in a group setting, and it covers all aspects of behavioral development from housebreaking puppies to teaching obedience.
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