Matt Miller is the owner of Wet Nose Pet Care, based in Downtown San Francisco. He has been a professional dog trainer for more than 5 years, is a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) and is a certified dog trainer with the
Animal Behavior College, where he also mentors new dog trainers. Matt is licensed with the City & County of SF, fully insured and bonded and is certified in Animal First Aid/CPR with the American Red Cross.
Matt began his career by
opening his own dog walking business in New York City in 2008 inspired
by his passion for animals. He was invited by Kate Perry of Kate Perry
Dog Training to be an assistant trainer and studied regularly with
her on more advanced cases. The philosophy and
methodology used, centers around positive reinforcement and a
scientifically proven teaching method derived from dolphin training
that uses a marker signal to reinforce a desired behavior. This method
helps dogs learn faster and better enables both dog and owner to enjoy
the training experience.
Matt is the proud owner of two pets himself; a 2 year old French Bulldog named Lorelei and an 13 year old domestic short hair cat named Bynx. He has also owned, fish, hamsters, rabbits, turtles and butterflies! Matt's knowledge of pets spans his entire lifetime and he puts his experience to work caring for your pets every day.
Matt grew up in Ohio where
he and his father were avid sportsmen and trained many of their own
working dogs. He also continues to study new training methodologies through workshops and seminars and is trained in Veterinary Assistant duties. Matt is a supporter of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Humane Society of the United States.
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