Dewayne loves all aspects of the Gun Dog game. He can often be seen at the grounds training for either Field Trials or Hunt Tests. Dewayne is an active member who is involved with ensuring the improvement of our beautiful grounds. Not only is he a participant at events, but he is also a judge. Dewayne has a soft spot for Golden Retrievers. When not training his dogs, Dewayne likes to head north and prepare meals for his moose hunting pals.
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Medie was recently a judge at the 2021 Canadian Retriever Championship in Brighton Ontario. She is also a judge at the upcoming Canadian National Amateur in Iron Bridge Ontario. Medie has a love for all aspects of Gun Dogs and is an active volunteer. Her passion is contagious!
Carrie has been an MGDA member and a part of the executive team for a number of years. She has been a volunteer at Hunt Tests and Field Trials as a marshall and a thrower for clubs in western Canada and also volunteered at the 2021 Canadian Retriever Championship in Brighton Ontario.
Geoff has been in the gun dog game since 1987. Geoff loves to hunt water fowl. Geoff's passion is Hunt Tests, which allows his dogs to be in great shape for hunting. Geoff participated in the Canadian National Master Hunt Test in 2019, and was successful in qualifying with his dog Tikka.
Charlie has been training dogs since he was 17 years old. He has a love for water fowl hunting and has been an active volunteer as a judge, an executive member, and has competed at the national level. He is looking forward to the MGDA host the upcoming Canadian National Open on our grounds in September.
Dustin is an avid waterfowl hunter and got his first dog Remington in 2016. As of fall 2021 Remington has earned his QFTR title and qualified for the 2020 and 2021 Canadian National. Since joining the MGDA Dustin has been involved in various activities including grounds maintenance, judging field trials, helping organize events and competing.
Peter "Dozer" Dozois is a retired RCAF Colonel who has hunted and campaigned retrievers across North America and in Europe. He has a lifelong passion for gun dogs and sporting pursuits and is a student of the field trial ‘game’. He is thankful for the journey these dogs take us on: an adventure of companionship, ripe with joy and frustration and a year-round reminder we’d rather be hunting. In these early days with the MGDA, he aspires to become a reasonably reliable Rocket launcher.