Meet our team of trainer


Megan Arey, AAS, CPDT-KA

Megan is the owner and head trainer at Inspire K-9's Training Center. She has been training dogs since she was 16 years old within the competitive dog world. She has experience training and titling dogs in the breed ring, rally, hunt tests, CGC, trick and dock diving, as well as training for agility.  She has a degree in animal science from the University of New Hampshire. Along with many experiences within the animal industry. Her passion to learn how to communicate with a dog and understand how they learn and process information lead her to become a certified dog trainer. Which allows her to help her clients work through many behaviors.


When not hanging out the training center, you can find her hanging out with her two boys and husband. Going on as many adventures as they can as a family. Or training or competing with her dogs, especially her goofy Black Lab Aiden

Ben Arey

Ben is the husband of Megan and he does some part time training. He specializes in retrievers and hunting. He has been involved with training dogs since he was a young kid. With a passion for the outdoors and hunting, he got sparked by a fellow neighbor and his hunting dog. He took the time to shadow under him and then got his own dog that he trained. Since then he has been active on and off with the retriever hunt training and tests world.

When not working his full time job or helping Megan out at the facility, you can find Ben in the woods with his Black Lab Liberty and his two boys. Teaching them the ways of the outdoors. 

Sarah Juhlin

Agility Instructor

Bio to come

Staci Stanley

Rally and Competitive Obedience Instructor

Staci Stanley graduated from UNH with an Animal Science Degree in 1996 and has been training dogs professionally ever since. She has been involved in competitive obedience for over 20 years and Rally since it became an official sport in 2005. Both her Bouvier and Papillon were the first of their breed to earn a rally title in the United States. Her main goal in teaching is to help owners strengthen their bond with their dogs through mutual respect and communication.

Lousie Daigle CGC, CNWI, APDT, CPDT-KA

Nosework and Reactive Dog Instructor

Co-Owner of Red Pointy Dog Training

Louise has been training dogs professionally for 7 years. With an associates degree in animal science from UNH, Louise started working as a vet tech before moving on to training in animal shelters. Having had challenging dogs herself, Louise has a soft spot for the difficult dog’s. She specializes in behavior modification for aggressive and reactive dogs. Louise is a professional member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, a Certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator, a Certified Nose Work Instructor, and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer. Canine learning is a science and as a result this field is ever growing. Louise is committed to continuing education and is diligently working towards becoming a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant.