Forrest Micke is an American dog-training and behavior educator, wellness advocate, and public speaker. His international seminar work and popular online educational classes have influenced thousands of students globally.
From 2007 to 2010 Forrest gained national recognition for his development of training and rehabilitation programs for difficult dogs within shelter and rescue programs.
His popular seminar series on ‘The Everyday Working Dog’ has been presented over 60 times in 6 different countries, over the past 3 years. His current interest is ‘Neurological Proclivity: The integration of inherent (breed-specific) motor patterns to fuel positive reinforcement-based working dog programs.’
Forrest is known for his innovative, relationship-centered training approach and his passionate and personalized teaching style. He’s been called inspiring, genuine, motivating, and outside the box.
Forrest lives in the San Francisco Bay area of California with his Border Collie, Amos, and his two Belgian Malinois, Endy and Elzer.