14717 Hwy. 107, Jacksonville, AR 72076


Boarding , Group Classes, Board and Train, Behavior Modification, Assessments, Day Socialization & Play, Private Training Courses, Basic and Advanced Obedience & SO MUCH MORE 

Bridge the Communication Gap

See Spot Sit will give you the skills to communicate with your dog so that he or she understands exactly what you want from him or her.

Be the Leader of Your Family

We will teach you how to take control and be the leader in every way, thereby allowing your dog to be just that … a dog.

Motivate and Teach Your Dog

We’ll teach you to motivate and teach your dog to look to you for all cues and to focus on you as the center of the universe.

Group Obedience & More Class

$ $275

Designed for dogs who need obedience and manners and do not suffer from behavioral and/or temperament difficulties, which are severe enough in nature to make a class setting too stressful or non-beneficial.

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$ $37 for 1st dog and $23 for each additional dog

Your dog will be treated like family here and will be offered socialization with other stable dogs. Staff is on site 24/7 so they are never left alone through the night.

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Private Training OPTIONS

Behavior Assessment Only

$ $150

During this 2-hour session, we will assess all aspects of your dog’s basic temperament, personality and behavior. After the assessment, we will discuss with you a plan to begin changing unwanted behaviors in accordance with your goals for your life with your dog.

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Private Training with Behavior Assessment at See Spot Sit

$ $175 assessment + $90 per hourly session thereafter

$275 + mileage for initial assessment  and $100 + mileage per hourly session if you prefer the work to be done in your home.

This course is in-depth and tailored to the needs of your dog, as well as your needs based on your lifestyle and family dynamic. We start with the 2-hour Behavior Assessment, then move on to 1 hour weekly training sessions. We will cover a lot of common obedience, including the Canine Good Citizen items.

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Board and Train

Board n' Train Bootcamp

$ $1600 for initial 3 week minimum stay and $600 per week thereafter. (Extensive stay prices discussed with client on a case by case basis

Per Month

Price includes boarding, socialization (or intro to socialization if needed), outside play and exercise and several training sessions throughout the day.  You will need to provide your dog’s food and if you prefer specific treats those need to be provided as well.

This option is recommended for dogs who need more hands-on, one-on-one work, and is more effective than once a week sessions. It takes the stress off of you, so you and your dog can recover from the anxiety of your issues.

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Small Group Socialization and Day Play
Hours 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Small Group Socialization & Play Day Dates

$ $19 per dog full day/$12 per dog 1/2 day

Per Month(packages available at discounted rates)

Good for dogs who are shy with other dogs or don’t have a companion dog at home to play with!


Just a Few Samples of What our Clients Think…

Charlotte Mallion is a miracle worker. Our Gracie would get so excited when people would first come through our door, we could not keep her from jumping on them and demanding to be the center of attention. Charlotte changed all that with just a few tries. Gracie is more calm; she goes to her "place" on command when the doorbell rings; she walks off leash, comes when called, responds immediately to the sit, down, stay commands and much more. Charlotte taught we needed to be trained along with Gracie. Now we are all having fun working on the things we learned.

Sheryl P. and Gracie

Using Charlotte at See Spot Sit was the best decision I ever made for my baby girl Sadie! Charlotte has the magic touch, and my dog loved working with her. If you are looking for a dog trainer, See Spot Sit is the way to go!

Marilyn S. and Sadie

Although Tink has never displayed aggression, her stubbornness rivals the best of them. I found myself chasing her through the snow, struggling to walk more than a quarter of a mile because of a constant game of “tug of war” with the leash, and exhausted by my career and the constant redirection Tink seemed to need after hours. Tink would bully me for attention (pushing herself in my lap, etc.) and I was so tired and frustrated, I allowed her to. These incidents left me angry, frustrated, in tears, or most often, all of the above. Through a series of in-home training visits, Miss Charlotte revived Tink and I’s relationship. As it turns out, I needed training as much as Tink did! I gained assertiveness and control over my overgrown puppy and came to enjoy the companionship and security she provided me.

Emily S. and Tink