Gail Wagner-Miller is a licensed veterinary technician who earned her degree from Harcum College in 1980. She has worked at universities and in private practice in New York and Pennsylvania.
After moving to the Midwest, she was head technician for nine years at an animal hospital in Lincoln Park. Her special interests include behavioral medicine, training, the special needs of sight hounds, and animal advocacy.
Gail and Charles, her husband, have two daughters and three perfect grandsons. They share their home with their third Afghan hound, Sobhre, born 3/3/06, and any number of foster animals. Only one of the fosters stayed: Quelle was a premature Rottweiler puppy orphaned at four hours old with a 5% chance to live. She and Gail bonded during long days and nights of bottle-feeding every two hours. Quelle lived 10!/2 years - a happy needy dog who thanked Gail in so many ways for her miracle life.