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Links To Clinicians, Friends & Associates

Dr. Miller is pleased to provide links (in alphabetical order) to the following clinicians involved in The Revolution in Horsemanship*

Links to other associates and horse related sites:

  • The Horse Show with Rick Lamb.  On-line talk radio - For America's horse lovers.  

  • Spalding Labs, distributors of the amazing fly & flea predators for safe, effective, all-natural pest control 

  • Imagine A Horse Training Program by Allen Pogue 

  • Animal Behavior Resources - Resource for Canine behavior

  • Landsend Lodge, Pt. Baker Alaska - Owned by "the other Robert Miller, DVM."  Site of 2005 veterinary symposium featuring our Robert Miller DVM (yes, they do get each other's mail).   

  • Pet Behavior Resources - Pet behavior expert Bill Campbell's books and advice on canine and pet behavior. Bill is a great resource for your pet behavior questions. Note: Dr. Miller illustrated Bill's book, "Better Behavior in Dogs" 

  • CM Equine Products - "Products that Heal and Teach"

  • The Sustainable Kitchen - My daughter Laurel's website

  • Vaquero Enterprises - Vaquero artist Ernie Morris

  • Sculptor Veryl Goodnight whose bronze "Synchronicity" is featured in Dr. Miller's book The Revolution In Horsemanship.

  • Large Animal Rescue - Website devoted to training emergency responders to safely extract large animals from life threatening situations such as a trailer rollover.

  • Dog Master - Learning System for dogs by Dr. Dare Miller (no relation to Robert M.)

  • Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue

  • The Horse That Wouldn't Trot - A new book by Rose Miller (no relation) - A Life with Tennessee Walking Horses: Lessons Learned and Memories Shared.


Horse related online marketplaces & Forums:


* Dr. Miller's Link Policy: 

Originating in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.A, a revolution in horsemanship has swept the country, and has reached the far corners of the earth.  

Actually, there is nothing new about the kind of horsemanship we are talking about.  It has always been used by some talented horsemen, but, now for the first time, this non-confrontational, humane, swift, and effective training philosophy is becoming popular worldwide.  Why?  It is because today's horse owners are better educated, more receptive to the science of psychology, and because of the information explosion that is occurring in most technologies.   

Video, the internet, publications, and jet travel which allow clinicians to travel rapidly are spreading the word.  Below are some of the better known trainers who are masters at behavior-shaping in the horse.   These people have produced books and videos and also do clinics all over the world.  

If you are involved with horses, professionally or recreationally, I urge you to become familiar with as many of these fine horsemen as possible.  After 6,000 years of domestication, these people are advancing the art of horsemanship so rapidly that most of the traditional methods of the past have become obsolete.  

This list is by no means a complete.  There are other progressive horsemen, but it is my policy to only recommend those whom I have personally seen work with horses and students, and are using scientifically correct training methods, rather than various traditional techniques.

    - R.M. Miller



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