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Dr. Robert M. Miller is a world renowned speaker and author on Horse Behavior and Natural Horsemanship. He is also father of the revolutionary foal training technique known as "imprint training".
Dr. Miller, an equine veterinarian, is revolutionizing horsemanship by learning and sharing the techniques of equine behavior, natural horsemanship, and his techniques for imprint training of foals. Being a natural horseman, Dr. Miller believes that horses and people share a common bond, and works to strengthen the connection by promoting humane, effective training between horses and humans. His desire is to “to create a better life for horses”, and he has dedicated his retirement to promoting humane horse training
Miller is also well known to veterinary and cowboy poetry & humor
enthusiasts for his "RMM" cartoons and
Through this website and Robert M. Miller's works available in the on-line store you can learn about Dr. Miller, his equine veterinary career, horse training, foal training, Imprint Training of the newborn foal, and other topics in horsemanship and ethology. You can also lookup, his seminar schedule, and shop for "RMM" veterinary cartoons, "RMM" cowboy cartoons, and many books and videos on horse training and foal training including The Revolution In Horsemanship, Ancient Secrets of the Horses Mind, Mind Over Miller, the Imprint Training book, the Imprint Training video, and the Imprint Training audio products, Understanding Horses, Control of the Horse, Safer Horsemanship, Most of My Patients Are Animals, Health Problems of the Horse, and more.
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