Tag Archives: canine training

The Power of Your Mind in Dog Training

By Robert Forto Next  week we will have an encore airing of one of most popular shows, Mind-Body Dog Training on the Dog Works radio. If you want to change the way your dog performs this is something you will not want to miss. Think about it, you are about to head into the ring for a big obedience match …

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The Future of Iditarod Dreams: Team Ineka-Part 3

The Future of Iditarod Dreams- Team Ineka Part 3 “Congratulations!! You own a home in Alaska! The Deed was just recorded” Text from Dave S. realtor and friend  on July 20, 2010 So now the journey begins. Only just one week after the passing of our dear friend, our dog Ineka, and the inspiration for Team Ineka and the future …

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New Successes, Creative Ideas and our Culture

By Robert Forto This article was originally posted on our old blog (http://www.fortoblog.com) I will continue the series here. This is a new day of a new week of a new month of a new decade in a new century. It is special isn’t it? Last year was a tough year for all of us in this recessed economy where …

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Coaching for Peak Performance

By Robert Forto If you are a small business owner and you want to have a leading edge in your industry consider coaching for peak performance. If you want any of the following give Dr. Robert Forto, a call at 303-578-9881 or contact him anytime through this website. Would you like to: Recruit the best Make effective change Achieve goals …

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Knowing What You Want

By Robert Forto As a practitioner of Neuro-Linguistics (NLP) I am constantly asked, “Mr. Forto, how do I know what I want?”  I tell my clients when you set an outcome you are programing your mind to achieve that goal. Consciously or unconsciously, you that to notice opportunities and possibilities around you that can help you reach your goal. So getting …

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Influential Dog Trainers and Their Contributions- Part 3

Pfaffenberger, Scott, Fuller, Reynolds Trainers for decades have understood that there is more to training canines than a set of procedures, or simple applications of principles, no matter how sound.  A trainer must be patient, and an astute observer of the canine’s body language.  The best trainers all have one thing in common, they know how to read the dog. …

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Canine Instinct on the Dog Doctor Radio Show

Canine Instinct on the Dog Doctor Radio Show On the latest edition of the Dog Doctor Radio Show we were pleased to interview a couple of very special guests; dog trainer, Kyle Warren and the producer of the just released film, Canine Instinct, Nicholas Goodman. While the show was intended as a review of the film it ended up becoming …

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The Future Home of Iditarod Dreams Part 1

The Future Home of Iditarod Dreams Part 1 “It’s your sled and your team don’t let go of the sled” -Chris Fuller I’m writing this at 34,000 feet on my iPad on a flight heading to California to meet a new friend and to run dogs in the Sierra nevada mountains. It has been years since I have been on …

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Early Dog Sledding Innovations

Early Dog Sledding Innovations The hitching of several dogs to a whalebone or wood toboggan was a significant advancement.  The whalebone toboggan of the Bering Sea regions and the narrow wooden toboggan of the Athabascan Indians of the Interior were still in use up until the beginning of the twentieth century.  Even today, in the Barter Island region of the …

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Overview on Aggression Seminar held at Denver Dog Works

Overview Aggression Seminar held at Denver Dog Works This past weekend Robert Forto canine behaviorist, aggression expert held an aggression seminar.  The students in the class quickly learned that human ideals and labeling put dogs into categories that are not necessarily correct once the situation and the behaviors are observed. For instance, many dogs are labeled as having fear aggression when …

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