After training dogs for obedience competition most of her childhood, Morgan Weller completed the Tom Rose School for Professional Dog Trainers in 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri. There, she studied puppy imprinting for working dogs, problem solving, aggression rehabilitation, narcotics detection, decoying and helper work for K9 and sport, as well as high level obedience, agility, and tracking. From there, she focused on developing dogs for Schutzhund/IPO, and PSA, as well as training pet dogs with a history of aggression through a local boarding facility.
She then started her company, The Dog Trainers, where she developed dogs for police work for patrol and narcotics detection and offered private narcotics searches for parents and companies wanting to provide a drug free environment. During this time, she also trained pet dogs, especially those with bite history and aggression issues. Continuing her education, Morgan studied under some of the top K9 trainers in the world for military and law enforcement focusing in K9 apprehension, scent detection, puppy imprinting, and tracking.
After moving to Florida, she got involved with Search and Rescue where she was an active member of the team, and because of her experience, she helped teach seminars for tracking, trailing, and detection. From there, she became a certified Law Enforcement Officer and instantly fell into decoying and problem solving for K9 teams. Morgan raised her dual purpose K9 Jarl (Malinois) and certified as a Police Utility Dog (ie, Patrol, tracking, narcotics, area search, obedience, and evidence recovery) at under a year old. She also handles K9 Wahini (beagle) for Bay County SAR for tracking and for narcotics detection. Morgan is an evaluator for the NOCSAR organization which certifies K9 teams for Search and Rescue and Law Enforcement.