Sarah Spencer Hall, BSc, CPDT-KA
Founding Owner & Head Trainer
Sarah holds a professional membership with the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT), and is also a member of the Musical Dog Sport Association (MDSA), the North American Dog Agility Council (NADAC), the Missoula agility club A Rover Runs Through It (ARRTI), and the first Montanan to become an APDT Canine Life And Social Skills (C.L.A.S.S.) Evaluator. She is passionate about helping people improve their relationship with their dogs and sharing her knowledge and love of doing different activities with them-- Sarah has competed in Agility, Conformation, Freestyle, Flyball, Herding, Obedience, Water Dog Trials and Rally Obedience and earned many Agility, Conformation, Freestyle, Flyball, Obedience, and Rally Titles with multiple dogs of different breeds. She has also trained her dogs in Tracking, Sledding, Treibball, Tricks, Scent Detection and Drill Team. Several of her dogs have also been in TV commercials and movies! Sarah and several of her dogs have volunteered with the organization PALS (Pet Access League Society) in Canada, an organization dedicated to enhancing quality of life through Pet Visitation Therapy. Through PALS, Sarah and her dogs spent many hours bringing smiles to those in need.
Natalie Morrow, MS, CBP, ABCDT, CPDT-KA
Natalie graduated with honors from, and became a certified dog trainer (ABCDT) through, Animal Behavior College in 2015. She subsequently became a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (Knowledge Assessed; CPDT-KA) through Council for Certification of Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT) in 2016. In addition to being a trainer at Sit Happens, Natalie is a Paws Ahead Dog Trainer volunteer for the Humane Society of Western Montana where she works with the most difficult dogs to help them become more adoptable. She became a Certified BodyTalk Practitioner (CBP) in 2006 and a Reiki Master in 2013, and has studied Accunect since 2014. Natalie assists animals with day-to-day stresses related to living in human environments, and works to address behavioral concerns. Natalie is a native Missoulian and 5th generation Montanan. When not training dogs, she enjoys taking training classes with her dogs, hiking, and spending time with them at the river. By day, Natalie works as an environmental geologist-- she attended the University of Montana where she obtained her Bachelor and Master Degrees in Environmental Geology (hydrogeology and geochemistry), and is a Licensed Geologist and Hydrogeologist through the State of Washington.