Sit Means Sit Prices

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On the Sit Means Sit menu, the most expensive item is Puppy Preschool (6 Week Program), which costs $259.00. The cheapest item on the menu is Private One On One Lessons, which costs $0.00. The average price of all items on the menu is currently $129.50.

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Average Item Price: $129.50
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Dog Training

Puppy Preschool (6 Week Program) $259.00 - -
Basic Obedience (6 Week Program) $259.00 - -
Private One On One Lessons $0.00 - - 0.5
Immersion Program (Board & Train) $0.00 - -
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About Sit Means Sit

Obedience is pretty important when it comes to owning a dog. Depending on the breed, they can be pretty rambunctious. Being able to rein them in properly is part of being their owner. Thanks to Sit Means Sit franchises, you should have an easy time of training them.

Sit Means Sit is a dog-training franchise with over 120 locations spread out over North America. They primarily train service and police dogs, but they also accept domestic dogs for obedience training. Considering the level of training that your dog cam get, the Sit Means Sit prices are well-worth it.

Named as one of the top pet training franchises back in 2014, Sit Means Sit provides a thorough training program for your pet. Trainers use a mix of training aids to encourage obedience including food and toys. They even use a specially-designed collar that catches the dog's attention via low-level stimulus. The result is a dog that knows when to listen to its master.

Above are the latest Sit Means Sit prices.

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