K9 Games Staff
Justin Smith – Trainer
Justin, a former United States Marine, joined K9-Games in July of 2012. Having spent his childhood working and training dogs in Conformation, Obedience and assisting with training Search and Rescue dogs in Texas, Kentucky and Arizona, it was a natural progression for him to return to working with animals after returning to civilian life. Justin’s easy going personality transcends to his interaction with the dogs and clients, engaging them in participating in a wide variety of training activities.
Mark Squire – Trainer
Previously Mark spent many years as a professional photographer specializing in sports and animal portraits as well as ad layouts for some of the top companies in the world.Mark has spent the better part of the past two years learning and perfecting his training techniques so that he can work with a prominent training facility as a Trainer.
Wesley Smith – Trainer
vWesley, comes to K9-Games after completing 6 years in the United States Army with multiple deployments to war zones. His background with training dogs predominantly includes working dogs, specifically search and rescue and scent detector dogs. Wesley’s unique experiences in the military enables him to act calmly and efficiently in a maner inspiring the K9-Games clients to follow his lead in being a calm leader with their pets.
Sharon Reinhardt – Trainer
Sharon comes to K9-Games with many years experience working Siberian Huskies in search and rescue work. She brings to the table not only solid training ideas, but years of doing scent detection and airscent training. She also brings her years of experience in working with people, most especially children of all ages & ethnic backgrounds which enable her to communicate clearly to a wide diversity of the K9-Games Clientelle.