Meet Our Team
Dr. Presley first developed his interest in working dogs in 2012, when a K9 was brought to his hospital who had been fatally injured in the line of duty. At that time, he began focusing his studies on K9 Tactical Emergency Casualty Care. In 2015, Presley began volunteering with the Sheriff's Office K9 Services Team . The following year, he helped instruct in the SO's K9 tactical workshop, which provided training to over 65 K9 teams. In 2017, he helped to found the KILO-9 Foundation, where he currently serves as director. Dr. Presley is also an instructor for the National Police Bloodhound Association and Spike's K9 Fund. Outside of work, Dr. Presley enjoys woodworking, golfing and spending time with his wife, Ashli and dog, Fancy Steve.
That same year Matt became an Accredited Canine Trainer through the North American Police Work Dog Association. A few years later, in 2019, he obtained his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Anderson University. Sadly, Enzo retired in the Fall of 2019, however, Matt continues his passion of working with dogs by serving as the Lieutenant of the K-9 Services Unit and Search and Rescue Team. It goes without saying that Matt married out of his league with his beautiful wife Tabby. Together they have two children, Jackson and Ava.