Chele Beers 

Andrea Beck

Camp Greeter


Camp Trainers

Allyson Stoops

Camp Trainer

Ally Stoops has been the Camp Trainer at Camp K-9 of Marin for 14 years. She is also the owner of No Bones About It!  Ally has a unique understanding of the demands that busy families and professionals face and has created Puppy Training Programs that provide relief to her clients while ensuring puppies get the most effective training all while having the most fun!

Ally’s Group Training Classes have been developed with the same concepts in mind; family friendly, fun for pups and producing real life results.  Her enthusiasm and dedication to her clients (both dog and human) for the past 25 years have made her one of the most sought-after trainers in Marin for puppies and adolescent dogs. Ally lives and trains in her Mill Valley home where she has raised three children (two in college and one at Tam High) is constantly supported by her VERY patient husband and is amused daily by the antics of her own dogs and two cats.

Camp Counselors

Caitlin Ray

Lead Counselor


Megan Graves

Lead Counselor & Pre-Camping Interview Coordinator

Certified Pet CPR and First Aid

Megan was born in the Bay Area and grew up in the mountains of Oregon.  She has spent about half of her life in each state, making her a true Calif-Oregonian.  Growing up, Megan always had animals around, but she had a special spot in her heart for all dogs.  She now has two big ol' coonhounds named Penny and Gus who are littermates.  Megan has done a little bit of everything- being a nanny, wildland firefighting, working as an EMT, managing a cafe, and instructing kayak and backpacking courses. Now residing in Marin, when not at camp, you can find her hiking the local trails with her pups, paddling on the bay, or working in her garden.

Chris Hernandez

Camp Counselor


Jonah Mendoza

Camp Counselor

Jonah lived in Rocklin, California with his mother and little brother for the first 12 years of his life. It was there that his family got their first dog, a miniature long-haired dachshund, and Jonah couldn't get enough of his new friend and family member. Shortly after, his family moved around to a few places in the bay until they settled in Marin, where Jonah and his pup have called it home ever since.

Katie Borel

Camp Counselor

Katie Borel has spent most of her life in and around Seattle, Washington and has always had dogs in her life. Her first 14 years of life were spent growing up with Alex, an angelic yellow lab (as she remembers her) and without a dog in the family, is eager to satisfy her love for dogs by doting on the ones she has the pleasure of meeting. From a young age, she started volunteering at humane societies and has since worked with dogs in a daycare environment as well as dog walking and pet sitting. In her spare time, she loves to read, explore the local towns, and walk scenic trails.

Luke Aloia

Camp Caretaker

Bettina Schmitt

Camp Counselor


Yolanda De Los Reyes

Overnight Supervisor

Yolanda moved from Texas at the age of 3 and as far as she can remember, she has always had a dog in her life!  She currently has 5 dogs of her own:  Zoey, (a terrier princess), Ravi, (a clown of a Doxie mix),  Dot (a hopping Basset/Doxi mix), and last but not least, Lola (a Pitbull that looks more like a little pink pig)!  It is obvious that Yolanda has a passion for dogs and she treats every camper like one of her own!