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Bev Hurst

Head Trainer & Director

Head trainer and teaching Beginners thru Masters.  Bev has titles 7 Master Agility Champions. Bev competes in both CKC and AAC agility. She had the top Australian Shepherds in 2009-2011-2016. She has qualified dogs for the Nationals and in 2019 with her Australian Shepherd  Raven was first in her division at the Ontario Regionals.  Bev keeps current with new training methods and euro style training. Bev has been involved with agility since 1986 when she co founded HilltopK9 Agiilty Club

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Marianne Muller

Instructor Beginner-Pre-Novice

Marianne is a long standing member of HilltopK9 Agility. She competed and titled with her dog Molly.  She is currently competing with her NBC Robbie in agility.  Pictured here wiht her two young dogs Lucy (all cnd) and Robbie (bc) Marianne has competed on the KKup team and brings her experience to help those important behaviors necessary for a sage and fun agility experience.

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Deb Bourbonnais

Beginner thru Novice Agility

Dog have been a large part of Deb's life for the past 54 years. SheI started to seriously train and compete in 1992 in Canadian and American Dog Shows doing obedience.  Some achievements, the #1 place within their breed and placing within their group according to the CKC and AKC point system.

Started her first Agility dog in the mid 1990’s and have since trained three more dogs to the competition level. Ruby,  Chihuahua, competed  in the AAC and the CKC agility. In three years of competition she was running at the Masters level.  Deb is currently training a Boston Terrier and hoping to compete in the summer of 2021 if our health restrictions are lifted.