Megan has been involved in the dog world since she started taking agility classes when she was 9 years old.She has been competing in agility for over 20 years with her own shetland sheepdogs and border collies, and has also competed with and titled a few other breeds as well along the way.

She has put 16 AKC championships(MACH/PACH), 3 CPE championship CATCHS and 1 USDAA championship ADCH on her dogs that she has competed with over the years.She has compeated at several AKC national events, placing multiple times in the top 10 or 15 of her dogs height class in the country. Megan has been teaching competitive agility for 9 years, and believes in laying a solid positive based foundation in Agility for the dogs career.

Continuing her agility education to bring back more knowledge to her students she has and continues to take several seminars over the country with different instructors, most notably Nancy Gyes, Tereza Kralova, and Lisa Frick. Megan believes that if your not having fun playing agility, your not doing it right!

Dog Training is my passion! I absolutely love watching those light bulb moments happen with both the handlers and their dogs as they figure things out together and become a tam. I then create a unique plan to address each problem so we can bring the best out of each dog/handler team. I enjoy working with a variety of breeds and working with each individual personality. Watching the handler’s journey and seeing the bond develop as they progress in their training is so rewarding to me and what truly ignites my passion further.