Dr. Robert M. Miller Imprint Training & Horsemanship
Dr. Robert Miller graduated from Colorado State University and settled down in Thousand Oaks, California where he founded Conejo Valley Veterinary Clinic. After 31 years in practice, he retired. Dr. Miller is widely known as an expert in ethology, the study of animal behavior. More than 30 years ago he noticed the effect of imprint training on newborn foals. While he retired from veterinary practice 30 years ago, he is far from idle. Colleges, equine conventions, and horse organizations have asked him to speak and share his knowledge. Dr. Robert Miller has visited every continent giving lectures about animal behavior.
Award Winning Knowledge
While still going strong on the lecture circuit, at age 90 he has won too many awards to mention here. He was the Western Horseman Magazine, Horseman of the Year in 2012, he’s in the Western States Expo Hall of Fame, and was named Equine Continuing Educator of the Year in 2012 by Western Veterinary Conference.
Dr. Robert Miller Books and Videos
The author of 23 books and working on his 24th, Dr. Miller has written two books about the revolution in horsemanship and what it means to the industry. His videos Early Learning and Understanding Horses are must-haves for every horse owner and breeder. To find more of Dr. Robert Miller’s video and books go to RobertMMiller.com.
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