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Las Vegas, NV, United States, 2006/10/31 - ‘Sit Means Sit’ trainer Tim Smith from Contra Costa County, California is the Protection Sports Association’s National Overall Champion 2 years in a row.
‘Sit Means Sit’ trainer Tim Smith and his four-legged friends sure went home with tails wagging – this year’s Protection Sports Association (PSA) National Champion, Smith also won the National High Overall award for the second consecutive year. The ‘Sit Means Sit’ owner and head trainer from Contra Costa County, California, Smith received several other PSA awards including National High Obedience and High Owner Trained.
PSA is an American-made sport that consists of a high level of difficulty for obedience distractions and a very high level of pressure in protection work. PSA is an un-patterned sport and distractions are different at every trial.
Smith, a graduate of Fred Hassen’s ‘No Limitations’ Dog Training and who has 10 years of experience in dog training serving the Bay Area, had the highest scoring dog overall at PSA the past two years in a row.
Last year, Smith and his Pit Bull ‘Santos’ took home the honors, and this year Smith and Belgian Malinois ‘Moose’ wowed the judges with their training, scoring a remarkable 94% overall.
“I’m thrilled to have been a part of the PSA this year and am honored to receive the National High Overall award for the second year,” said Tim Smith.
Tim Smith owns ‘Sit Means Sit’ in California that services the Bay Area and the Sacramento Valley.
Founded and Created by Fred Hassen in 1998, ‘Sit Means Sit’ employs a studied, tested, proven, specialized language that is immediately communicated to the dog in a non-confrontational way. ‘Sit Means Sit’ branches are located in Las Vegas, Nevada; Pahrump, Nevada; Tucson, Arizona; Contra Costa City, California; San Diego, California; Atlanta, Georgia; Southern Idaho; Indianapolis, Indiana; Central New Jersey; Southern New Jersey; Pennsylvania; Dallas, Texas; and Ontario, Canada. ‘Sit Means Sit’ Dog Training is the most successful remote dog training business in the 31-year history of remote collar dog training. With the advance of technology over the years, Fred Hassen has recognized the tremendous advantage that a professionally trained remote collar trainer has over other dog trainers using any other method. Described as “amazing, miraculous, gentle, and effective”, Hassen’s ‘Sit Means Sit’ strives to bring together dog owners and trainers alike to help each party reach their respective goals by successfully training any dog in a non-confrontational way. Everyone benefits. Everyone achieves results. Good dog.
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