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The Spot Experience

The Spot Experience is New York’s premier and fastest-growing dog services provider. Founded by CEO Mitch Marrow, a former NFL player and hedge fund manager, Spot currently has four locations in New York City, a facility at Newark Airport, and a Spot Country location in Putnam County for extended stay overnights and training led by Kris Seiter, a six-time World Cynosport Finalist. The first luxury experience of its kind for dogs, Spot offers the highest level of care by veterinary technicians and behavior consultants with more than 50 hours of training in Spot’s proprietary Human Alpha Instinct Method™. Services include daycare, overnights, long-term country boarding, grooming, training, transportation, and retail. Spot features New York’s largest and only private outdoor dog park, high-tech filtration, ventilation systems, ideal flooring for pets’ bones and joints, and webcams that allow owners to watch their dogs from a smartphone or computer.

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THE SPOT EXPERIENCE ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH

NEW YORK, NY - June 21, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- The Spot Experience, New York’s premier and fastest-growing dog services provider, is pleased to announce a partnership with full-service real estate firm Rose Associates, to provide dedicated luxury...

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