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"Every Dog Wants To Be A Superdog. Together We Can Make It Happen!"


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Megan Campbell - Trainer PDF Print E-mail

Hi, I'm Megan Campbell. I can't remember a time when animals haven't been apart of my life. I grew up with a miniature schnauzer, rabbits, and fish. Yes, fish! My childhood summers were spent on family farms.

I found my way into training dogs when a beautiful one year old Border Collie Cross was found on the side of the road by my sister's friend. My sister named her Bella and knew exactly where Bella should find her forever home. That was with me. Bella had the sweetest personality I'd ever met. I quickly realized that she would not benefit from traditional training methods. This is when I found the Superdog Spectrum and was introduced to their knowledgeable staff and clicker training. Bella flourished. Over the years we have participated in the Stampede Superdog show and Superdog demos. We've enjoyed agility, disk dog, and ski-jouring. Bella is now 9 years old and we currently still compete in flyball.

I always wanted two dogs, so they would keep each other company, while I was at work. I have a soft spot for rescues so I went to the Calgary Humane Society. From the moment I saw Skyler, a 7 month old Husky Cross, I knew he needed a very special home. But it wasn't going to mine...until I dreamt about him two nights in a row. I knew he would be challenging and I would learn a lot, I am proud to say he's turned into a confident and trusting pet.

I never thought I'd have THREE dogs. Seeing as Bella was getting older and Skyler's only real desire in life is to do as he pleases, I started researching Border Collie breeders. After 2 long years of waiting for the perfect puppy, Flint became apart of my life. He is now 2 years old and has just started his sporting career in agility and flyball. He has been introduced to herding, diskdog, rally-O and freestyle. I can't wait to see where we go next.

In 2003 I started assisting a variety of classes at the Superdog Spectrum and since 2007 I've instructed Radical Recall and Puppy Gymnastics. Each dog in class is unique and I enjoy working with the owners to bring the best out in their pet. My main objective is to encourage owners to be active with their dogs, to continually expand their abilities, and to have fun. I am thankful for my K9 family because they each have different strength and weaknesses which we have had to work on and develop. I enjoy the challenge of training dogs and continually expanding my knowledge.

Megan Campbell

Bella, Skyler, & Flint

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