April 2019

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Welcome to See Spot Grin

Here's a shout out to all the teams of two and four leggers who recently started classes at See Spot Grin. Thanks for trusting us with your dogs.  We're glad you're here! 

Help us welcome them. If you see a new face, be sure to introduce yourself!

Happy Birthday to these Grinners!


We hope your birthday is as special as you are!

Jenga K

Kona C

Grayson A

April 11

April 15

April 18

Sniff It Congrats!

We sure had a lot of fun at our six week Wag It! Games Sniff It competition league. A total of ____ qualifiers and ___ titles were earned in just six weeks!

Congratulations to….

Team Xephyr

Team Wally

Team Riker

Team Bruce

Team June Bug

Team Mr. Darcy







We’re looking forward to more Sniff It fun later this year. Our next six week league begins September 20th, so mark your calendars and join us. If you’re already enrolled in a K9 Nose Work class, you’re ready to compete!

A New Way to Sniff at See Spot Grin

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Looking for a new kind of sniffing to do with your pup? Wag It! Games Quarry Quest is an exciting new class offered by See Spot Grin that offers a whole new kind of enrichment for you and your dog.

This six week class taps into your dogs primal desire to hunt for prey, without the mess of hay bales and the use of live animals. Space is limited. Register today.

Even more fun is the opportunity to compete with your dog in our Quarry Quest trials, set to begin in May.

Already enrolled in our K9 Nose Work program? Check out our Super Sniffer Club program for our multiple class discounts.

Upcoming Events at See Spot Grin

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Coming Soon: Canine Good Citizen Classes & Evaluations

Did you know that Cindy recently became a certified CGC evaluator? We’re looking at the calendar to see when we might offer classes and evaluations. If you’re interested in either, now would be a good time to Email Cindy about your interest and availability.

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Training Tips from Suzanne Clothier

Vision. It’s not as easy going to a canine ophthalmologist, who can evaluate the eye’s health. Depth perception and other vision issues aren’t formally tested and can only be determined through observation. Here’s Suzanne’s take…

This is a small snippet from a recent seminar hosted by See Spot Grin, and is being shared exclusively with Grinners.

Check out Suzanne’s recent web talk on relationship building with your dog at Pure Dog Talk.

Did you know that Suzanne now offers video rentals on Vimeo starting at only $7.95? Click on the photo below for details.

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