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Martin Deeley

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Martin Deeley, a dog trainer based in Florida, has been training dogs for over 30 years. He has written three books on dog training. Deeley writes regularly for European and American magazines and has devised, directed and presented 13 training videos. Martin runs regular workshops and seminars for dog owners and trainers throughout Europe and America through his organizations International Gundog Workshops and the International School for Dog Trainers. Martin uses all methods of training and all forms of equipment and is a trainer of trainers. He and his wife Pat run Florida Dog Trainer and City Dawgs, an in-home training and behavior counseling service.

International Association of Canine Professionals[edit]

Martin is a co-founder, past president and executive director of The International Association of Canine Professionals.

Personal life[edit]

He is a close associate and friend of television star Cesar Millan and wrote the foreword to Millan's book Cesar's Way. Deeley will be appeared with Cesar Millan in his training DVD - Sit and Stay - The Cesar Millan Way. He also acted as a consultant for Cesars Rules. Cesar Millan also wrote the foreword to Martin's revised book 'Working Gundogs'. He has also authored two other books "Advanced Gundog Training" and "Getting it Right with Gundogs" with Graham Cox.


His commentary is heard on numerous training videos he produced with Paul French Videos featuring trainers John Halstead, Ian Openshaw, David Garbutt and Tom Breckney. He has also commentated on more than 100 Championship videos plus produced three training videos of his own on the training of Gundogs and the humane use of the remote trainer.


In 2002, Martin received a special award from the Dog Writers Association of America for the best training article of 2001.

In 2007, readers of the Countryman’s Weekly national magazine voted Deeley UK Gundog Trainer of the Year.

In 2011 Martin Deeley was inducted into the International Association of Canine Professionals Hall of Fame.[1]

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