Meet Our Pack
Hi! I'm Morgan Evans, owner and trainer at Wild Trail Dog Training.
As a little girl, I had a love for dogs and enjoyed helping train our family pets. My very first personal dog, Romeo, has been my sidekick since 2009. Through training him, my passion for working with dogs really grew. When the opportunity presented itself to become Yard Manager of Pawsitively Perfect, I was super excited to be able to work with dogs every single day!
After working with the daycare pups for a year, I realized training dogs was where my heart was truly at. I enrolled in the CATCH Canine Trainers Academy and with a lot of hard work and an amazing mentor, I became a Master Certified Dog Trainer in May of 2020. I also have certifications for AKC STAR puppy and Canine Good Citizen Evaluator, AKC Trick Dog Evaluator and AKC Fit Dog Level 1 instructor.
My awesome husband, fabulous daughter, sweet son and I have lived in the Flathead Valley for over seven years and share our home with four amazing dogs, Romeo, Kylo, Scout and Revan. We also have the pleasure of bonding with many other dogs within our immediate family as well as through pet sitting.
Helping others build a bond and have fun with their pups is the end goal in all of my trainings. Whether you are struggling or just want to start out on the right foot with your new dog, I work with you and your dog to establish structure and shape behaviors so you both can have confidence and trust. I look forward to meeting you and your furry family member!
Our 15 year old Pomeranian. Romeo loves to boss around his younger brothers and demands that anyone entering our home throw a toy for him.
Our 4 year old Mini Aussie Shepherd. He loves being outdoors, hiking and going for adventures. Kylo will do anything for a treat.
Our other 4 year old Mini Aussie. Scout loves making friends with dogs and their humans wherever he goes. He is a great training partner when working with shy or reactive dogs.
Our 1 year old Rat Terrier and newest pack member, Revan lives for belly rubs and snuggles.