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Sit Means Sit, the largest U.S-based dog training business, has a dog training franchise program in the fastest growing franchise sector, the pet-related industry. Established in 2008, Sit Means Sit is the market leader in Dog Training Franchises and currently has as many as 127 franchisees in the system. Fred Hassen, is the founder and originator of the Sit Means Sit dog training system – a studied, tested, proven, specialized approach that shows immediate results in the dog’s ability to maintain focus to the task at hand even around distractions in a non-confrontational way. These methods have earned Fred the opportunity to train, not only the general dog owner’s dog, but celebrity and professional athletes dogs from around the globe as well.
The pet products and services industry has exploded in recent years. More than 60% of U.S. households own pets, and Americans will spend a projected $40 billion on pet-related products and services this year alone. Pet owners treat their dogs, cats and all types of animals like their first-born children these days.
Sit Means Sit not only offers an intensive three-week training program for franchisees at our corporate headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada, we offer extensive on-going support. Our franchisees receive all the training methods, business support and information developed over years of success. We also provide branding, advertising and marketing help, sales training, add on products and more. In addition, Sit Means Sit hosts five regional seminar classes, one national seminar and many other educational seminars each year for its franchisees only and also posts several podcasts for their franchisees only every year.
Being a dog trainer in a home based business you’ll be helping families and dogs find a way to live together in harmony. Americans now spend over $40 billion a year on their pets. The demand for our services is at its highest ever. People now know that their pet’s behavior and obedience problems can often be solved with the help of a professional.