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- Blown away by this beautiful painting of Daddy from @oldipaintings on Instagram. Thank you. #fa (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-17T17:09:06+0000)
Cesar Millan: Blown away by this beautiful painting of Daddy from @oldipaintings on Instagram. Thank you. #fanartfriday #heycesarComments:
carolyn montgomery - He was a very good boy! Perfect example for us about pit bulls, i believe that all dogs go to heaven!
marge destler - Cesar has saved countless numbers of dogs and the sanity of many owners. Just watching his shows and observing his techniques helped me with a severely troubled dog that had been used for breeding until she was about three. Then they dumped her at Animal Control for euthanasia. Not even a shelter! (Thank you selfish puppy mill owners.) Fortunately, a nice volunteer had put her picture online (the name was #21) and I spotted it on Petfinder.com I grabbed her 15 mins. before that sentence. She was bonkers, to say the least. I couldn't touch her. She would go days without eating and weighed 8 lbs. (Now a fit 12.5 lbs.) She wasn't house broken and had colitis. The first time I picked her up, (my mistake she was terrified) she bit me viciously on both my wrists. I just held onto her and she stopped. I held her for a half-hour and assured her I would never hurt her. She never did that again and never even came close to any show of anger towards anyone. She has been with me ten years now and she is good and sweet and all anyone could ask for in a dog. I owe my success with her to watching Cesar's shows.. I think Cesar's critics envy his success. They claim one should be "certified" for behavior training, but if he has it naturally, and he does, why would he need certification? He could write the book and teach the course. He doesn't claim to train dogs to sit/stay/come, he corrects severe problems. And tells the public to seek professional help with severe problems. Who can't see that? Even a tap with his foot (often criticized) to get a dog's attention does not hurt any dog. The trainers who yank on dogs' necks and/or put them in spike collars are the ones hurting dogs. I think this guy is terrific, kind, giving, gentle, open, honest and worthy of the TV shows and praise. Be a pack leader. I like him! Go Cesar!
stephanie whitaker - This really captures Daddys' dignity
chris moffat - aah, Daddy, beautiful soul, beautiful dog RIP
colleen gallagher - The whole world loved Daddy and always will.
nickola munro - Only ONE daddy xx
rachel marsh-petronis - What an amazing interpretation of him! The artist's personal painting style is really cool
dolores taylor - That picture is so amazing it made me cry, thanks for helping him be that special dog and the best friend you will ever have
kara tierney - Can't believe the beautiful artistry with those geometric brush strokes, and the perfect likeness, and the dignified expression that Daddy always had. No wonder you're blown away. Just gorgeous!!
diane manriquez - Beautiful! I miss seeing Daddy on your shows. But, I truly love seeing Junior and all of your other dogs!
susan jones - Awesome picture of an awesome dog.
kati dürkop - Nella, guck mal Daddy :)
eloise de wet - Beautiful and very talented artist
gaby regalado - Lindo recordar a Daddy
france ricard - we all miss our pups when they pass away ....I do miss my old fella he passed in July of 2014....Miss him so much .....<3
ana lucia guimaraes - Flávia Rocha vi esta imagem e lembrei do podrinho!
di chesney-mccormack - A beautiful portrait of a beautiful part of your pack. ♡
jennifer clark - Miss this sweet boy. One day I was walking up my street in Burbank and here comes Daddy and Caesar. I got to pet Daddy and I will never forget that day.
leesa garcia - Sooo beautiful!!
jennifer gallo - Awesome pic of Daddy:)
michelle jammes cline - Daddy you are the best of the best. Gone but NEVER forgotten. <3
- Who is a Pack Leader to a full or mixed breed Japanese Chin? What are they like?
Some believe (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-17T19:58:04+0000)
Cesar Millan: Who is a Pack Leader to a full or mixed breed Japanese Chin? What are they like? Some believe that the Japanese Chin was bred to be a lap dog for royalty in Imperial China. They're said to be naturally affectionate, so their loving demeanor makes them excellent therapy dogs, or just a trusty lap warmer.Comments:
lena esteves - They are very intelligent, proud, beautiful and elegant in the way they walk. They are definitely the leader of the pack, or at least my Nicky was for the 13 years we spent together... She passed away last year from breast cancer after still fighting it for eight months (post operation), she was a force of nature and very sweet at the same time, and still missed every day <3 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=413396679001&set=a.387934634001.186928.523444001&type=3&theater
maggie stack - I foster a beautiful little Chin. She is a mill dog rescue so she's pretty timid (except with me) and the most loveable little soul.
chrissy spotts - Your administrator needs help identifying breeds - that's a Tibetan Spaniel, not a Japanese Chin.
sarahfae bedelia - First, this photo isn't of a Chin, but he's a very cute Tibetan Spaniel.
Secondly, Chins are amazing, loving and incredibly intelligent dogs. I was honored to have Elmer in my pack for four years until canine epilepsy took him.
lene malmquist - Beautiful picture
vânia vieira - My dog Rufus was a Pekignese, very similar with that dog in the picture. He passed away 13 years ago, a week after my sister borned. I still miss him. He was my true loyal friend <3
dani crews - That's a Pekingese. I have both a peke and a chin. I wouldn't describe my chin as "loving" but he's super cuddly. He would make a great therapy dog, but he's far too apathetic to go through the training. My chin was rescued after someone dumped him at a shelter. They clearly didn't research the breed because they said he must be defective because he was "bad at tricks." Uhh yeah. It's a chin. If you research the breed before you get one, and you know what to expect, then they're great little dogs. If you don't, and you think you're getting a little Labrador that's going to learn all the tricks and be super obedient just to make you happy...you're in for a bad surprise. My Loki, despite the abuse and neglect, is very much aware that he is the most important being on the earth and he will not pretend to be anything less than a royal dog. What a butthead. But they're great, and man are they cute. I have a pitbull to show off tricks. I have a chin to keep me humble.
tara fitzgerald - Is this a Tibetan spaniel
cindy smith - The dog in the picture looks more like a Tibetan Spaniel than a Japanese Chin.
ann kuntz - I think this is a Pekingese I have 3 of them
lana marinković - Maja Trampuž :)
gary t. pietrowicz - I have a Pekinese, best dog ever in all categories.
karen brace - It's looks more like a Tibetan Spaniel
nicoletta regina laniarti sugijono - the pup is tibetan spaniel
mary saito - I believe a dog which toy dog of Imperial China is Pekingese(Peke).
Japanese chin has different roots.
connie ossey - J Chin??? Don't think so... perhaps a Tibe Spaniel??!!!
tracy l adams - The dog is a Pekignees.
joyce callahan - Chins and Chihuahuas are a lot a like, they are demanding to be the pack leader, so you have to show the firmly and then affection, as they can take over!!!! Small but mighty!!!!
veronika roshad pearson - cesar write about sib huskies next!!! 💜
natalie pulido - My favorite breed!! Im crying just looking at this pic. MY first dog was killed and I ache everyday about this tragedy she was 10 yrs olds but had so much health still ahead for her. My first dog my my happiness my companion that traveled with me through the counties.
maria paula alves - Eu tive um cão igual a este,foi um grande companheiro.
- Meeting with the local shelter dogs in Waterbury, CT for tonight's show! (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-17T22:44:15+0000)
Cesar Millan: Meeting with the local shelter dogs in Waterbury, CT for tonight's show!Comments:
jason p. zachariev - @ Cesar Millan you did an amazing show last night and inspired us to keep it going with our 8 yr old American Bulldog and keep him (and us) balanced and fulfilled! Thank you for coming to Jersey, educating and wowing us, and God Bless you, your family, Junior, Benson, and the rest of the pack!
crystal marie brack - If you watch his shows, it totally teaches you how to correct any behaviours you don't want from your dog!
lori carbone - Cesar Milan come visit the middletown humane society in ny. It's filled with pit bulls and we can use your help in getting these pups adopted! PLEASE!
steven behm - I live in Rhode Island
carmen villarreal - Cesar is my HERO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
marion lent - Loved the show last night!! Never thought I would enjoy learning new training tips that much....This show is a must see for all!! :-)
joanne ferrari mautino - Great show last night!!
suzanne souza - Christine Bretal they are not his lol
mary glynn - Just got home from the Waterbury show I loved it Cesar! Wish Junior was on stage more like when I saw you in the Wallingford CT show last year. I know he distracts the audience but he's ADORABLE!!
luis enrrique guzman - Megustaria q m ayudaras con una beagle s muy destrosona
sandra altner - Sigh! What show? I've looked everywhere on my TV and do not see it anywhere
l yohanamarines reyesmarriot - Haha Cesar Millan in he's element. Dogs and womans :P
tanialuisa hernandez - el major maestro,,,
carmen valentin - Aww! Welcome to Ct. ❤️❤️❤️
concepcion segura - una vista preciosa, ojala que mi perro fuera igual, pero el dominio, me trae por la calle de la margura
diana diana - @cesar millan PLEASE COME TO DUBAI AS WELL!!! IT WOULD BE AMAZING!!!! PLUS THE PET FESTIVAL IS COMING UP ON NOV 7TH!!!! PLSSSSSS COME TO DUBAI!!!!
suzan akdogan - Oh my god so cute the White puppy!!!
ruth chavez ramos - You're awesome Cesar!!
susan sullivan - it was so great meeting Cesar and crew yesterday. Cesar and Colleen, thank you so much for your advice!
ann n gerald jeremiah - we missed that, did not even hear about the show :(
christine ghiotto - Cesar...you are the MAN!
- The wait is over! My all-new Dog Socialization DVD is now available for pre-order. Proper socia (Type: video | Published: 2014-10-18T07:03:55+0000)
Cesar Millan: The wait is over! My all-new Dog Socialization DVD is now available for pre-order. Proper socialization is key to having a balanced relationship with your dog. My new DVD will help you understand socialization and give you the tools to assess and correct anti-social behavior. Pre-order your copy now, it ships worldwide! http://cesar.mn/HFsfComments:
carolyn lindblad - I have a suggestion that your people work with download licensing to allow people to pay for access to downloads instead. It's cheaper, more convenient AND saves on the environment! Just being able to have online access to all the body of work you own yourself, Cesar, would be terrific!
leisha gaudry - I will have to get a copy, I wish Caesar would come to Australia
avril finlayson - I have a suggestion why don't you offer obedience training classes for people as this is where the problem begins, if people had the training skills before getting a puppy there would be less pet problems after all people are not contacting you for problems with their new puppy :)
nur shahila - Yup, gonna rewatch and rewatch and rewatch an rewatch until my DVD player goes berserk. Note: I do not have a dog. But I like Cesar. ^^
kacy lee - Love you Cesar, and I don't even have a dog! I can watch it all day!
tamara scholz - Does it cover socializing an older dog that hadn't been socialized and is dog aggressive?
matt mitchell - I could watch this man work for hours. Much respect to you Ceasar. Thank you for all you do.
patrice anne chancellor - I love watching the reruns of your show. I have always been a dog lover and good with animals in general, but when I married my husband a few years ago, the old dog I had at the time was the last. He is afraid of dogs and due to that, also does not even like them. It seems the longer i am without a dog, the more I want to watch your show.
adele baker - Wish he would come to the uk!! I really need his help and advice! He is the best I have seen and wouldn't trust anyone else with my baby bella! Xx
sophie cadwallader - Russell Cadwallader Dean Cadwallader
alexandra bieri - Cesar, have you this one whit German subtitels? This was great
sheryl dawn calzada - You are so helpful...I really wish you could visit my dogs. Even my kids haha
alicia albiach - Porfa videos en castellano tambien Cesar....plis...;)
tony ly - Tim Li Trevor Lee
mike appleby - Tssst Antony Austin
georgi gaveglio - I have a french bulldog cesar who wants to grab his arm and bite like a female to ride some people in my family. for example my mother and as much as you say no, she still does. they said it is an attitude of command, as I can reverse it? Thank u 😉
mark turnbull - Kyra Sevencheeses Turnbull
marcela sedas - SOS.. Sr. Millan Me Urge su ayuda! Tengo una Perrita chihuahua de 11 años de edad y muero de nervios de como reaccionara pirque Proximamente Recibiremos en casa un Perro Guia para mi Hijo... Necesito saber como educarla para ke no reaccione mal. Es 100% Anti-Social
marcela sedas - Oh my god! Mayela Sedastendre ke comprar este dvd p ayudar a Larita para cuando llegue Aquilesss🙉🙉🙉esta nena Anti-Social🙈
el kre - i see Cesar´s Show in Oberhausen,Germany...it was great....Thank you <3
jane lundeen - Oh...I bet I know what I'm getting for Christmas Lori Braun.............!
- Share one reason you're thankful for your dog, or a dog in your life. (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-18T16:31:05+0000)
Cesar Millan: Share one reason you're thankful for your dog, or a dog in your life.Comments:
frances siple - We tried 13 years to have a child. I have lost 7 children in our journey to have a family. Having our beagle Chloe Belle has been a blessing. She comforts me. I get to love her and through that love heal my broken heart. Being childless would be unbearable without our little beagle.
kim degeer pascal - When I moved to France with my husband and son, I slipped into a depression that left me unwilling to leave the house unless absolutely necessary. I had left my friends and family behind, I didn't speak the language, and even something so small as asking where the milk is kept in a store was a challenge. One day we found an ad for puppies, and when we went to see them we found the owner of the mother angry, and the puppies poorly cared for. We didn't have a lot of money, but enough to buy a puppy that had been well cared for, but after seeing those puppies, my husband picked out the saddest, most pathetic of them all, and we brought him home. Since then, I have learned the language, learned a profession, have friends, and responsibilities, but I still have time to take my boy Pato out for huge walks, big cuddles, and he sleeps by my side every night. I doubt if I would have been able to pull through in my new life, but thanks to my dog I am a better mother, a better wife, and an altogether better person. Even on the hardest days I still get up and go outside, because I owe it to my dog.
farzana afroze urmi - i am a cancer survivor...when i was passing my hardest time with cancer that time i got two puppies... They helped me pass my hard time...they made me smile..made me wanna live....fight hard...these two are my kids...my Puffy and Cookie... They saved my life...
helen lawrie - Unconditional love always
miranda jansen - My husband past away 5 years ago and my little Westy Jerom helped me to survive ....
lynda cockburn - I can always be sure that someone is happy to see me when I get home from work.
jackie campos - Loyalty at its finest
snow ball - he is my anchor....
shari denker - Its the unconditional love and companionship..no mood swings, pouting, anger, disrespect..they are "all in"!
katie manning - My reason to fight my chronic fatigue & chronic pain to get up in the morning, and get him out for a walk to socislise us both with a local walking group
holly asmussen - My dog saved my life by helping me quit my drug addiction. He was there and loved me unconditionally even when no one else was.
mark hazen - 2012, I was in a bad mental place and was depressed and in a suicidal state of mind. A family member pleaded with me to take this dog, Trigger. I wanted no part of a dog. But after being annoyed to meet this dog several times. I finally went to see this dog. I learned she wasn't being treated well and was a puppy mill. It was her eyes and spirit that changed my decision on getting a dog. Trigger had many issues due to not being trained. She has the worst case of alpha issues I've ever seen. So I took her away with me in my truck. Little did I know, that this gorgeous Pitbull was going to save my life as I did hers. She goes every where with me. And if someone doesn't like her, see ya. She's staying for good.
scott harlow - My ex told me it was her or my English Bulldog! I kept the bulldog; always happy to see me, 100% loyal, and does not bite my rear end!
kassandra göllner - She loves me even when i forget to love myself
debie o'brien - I have three wonderful dogs I rescued, or so I thought! Turns out that they have rescued me, my husband and my children! My husband had to go live in a Nursing Home and was allowed to take our dog Chloe with him. In no time at all, she acclimated herself to the motorized wheel chairs whizzing by, all the new people and noises, walkers, alarms going off at all hours and how to guide my husband around the facility safely on his walker. She did all of this with excelence and no training at all! She also brought so much joy to the other residents she became their mascott! My husband would let other residents have turns having her stay in their room. I Have great stories about my other two dogs, Gus and Reilly as well!
ruth marshall - I suffer from depreson my skye helps my cope
joshua kirk - My son is a type 1 diabetic and our dog is a diabetic alert dog. He has saved us from countless lows and highs, he can even predict a low or high before his meter can detect the change. Until there's a cure it's great to know that these amazing dogs can be trained to help.
aleksandra krilic - Asta, my late Irish Setter, escaped with me from the Bosnian war to Denmark where we lived in refugee centres for almost 3 years after which we moved to Canada where she passed away on the morning of 9/11 tragedy, as to not witness yet another war. She was all that was left from my previous life and my only family. She was also an excellent ice breaker while I was a newcomer in Canada. Thanks to her I met many kind Canadians who helped me when help was very much needed. In many ways, I owe everything I am today to Asta and I am forever grateful and indebted to her.
grethe skov - After 40 years in a horrible, violent marriage, my saviour was a 24 hour barking/everything eating rescue beagle that was supposed to be put down. Today he is a wonderful, calm, very social guy :-). I'm so grateful that I took him in although most people warned me <3
carmen sabater - Well believe it or not I have never had a dog of my own my daughter as a teenager had two. She is the avid dog lover. But I was driving one day on a very busy road and I see this dog running like a bat out of hell down the street. I was concerned he might get hit so I drove after him until I was able to get him. I brought him to a no kill shelter and he was not chipped. He was so dirty and infested with fleas and ticks the shelter thought he was a black color dog when he is light grey and even white in some areas. Additionally when he was shaved he had cigarette burns along his back . I decided to adopt him and he is my little buster. So sweet and loving only wants to please. I have been blessed. Thus, I am so thankful I was driving down that road.
mary sophia hawks - When my husband died, my boxer, Sweetie, sat on my lap for weeks. She knew what I needed more than anyone else. I miss her terribly.
- What do you think of when you hear the words dog socialization? Let my new DVD be your guide to (Type: video | Published: 2014-10-18T19:16:31+0000)
Cesar Millan: What do you think of when you hear the words dog socialization? Let my new DVD be your guide to understanding socialization so that you can have a happier, more balanced relationship with your dog. Pre-order a copy for yourself, or for another Pack Leader in your life, it ships worldwide! http://cesar.mn/HGnJComments:
julie papelian schott - I've been studying Cesar Millan and dog psychology for 8 years. My dog, who's 8 in January, is a complete result of this study. He's been walked daily, exercised at the dog park, flown on planes, and met people in every public place I've been able to think of. As a result, I have a perfectly well balanced male purebred German Shepherd who loves children, is friendly when introduced to strangers, walks at my side, never pulls or walks ahead of me, yet is extremely protective of his home and family pack. I tell you this as someone who previously had many years of experience with dogs and was a licensed veterinary technician. Cesar's techniques, when used properly, are great!
pamela elizabeth gordon - Socialization means learning to be part of society. When we talk about socializing pet puppies, it means helping them learn to be comfortable as a pet within human society—a society that includes many different types of people, environments, buildings, sights, noises, smells, animals and other dogs :)👍🐶🐕 #CesarMillan
kevin moscharski - Oder im Tierheim gearbeitet und mit Tieren freigeworden ist. Ich mag keine Leute, die Tiere haben, ohne sie zu lesen und zu verstehen. Ok ich arbeite mit Hunden hab selber Katzen. Ich hab selber keine Zeit für einen hund oder ein Rudel. Meine drei Tiger reichen. Ich krieg schon wieder Angst vor weihnachten, wenn alle losrennen und Tiere kaufen und dann keinen Plan haben.
simone javornik - OMG the dogs have so much fear and are always doing calming signals. Cesar please learn these signals to make the dogs happier not Just the people.
kevin moscharski - Ich sag euch mal was. Genau wie die Tiere lernen sollen und müssen, müssen auch die Menschen lernen. Lernt englisch oder soll cesar euch das auch noch beibringen? Dann kommt ihr auch mit den Tieren klar.
berna langeslag - Is het ook in nederlandse taal te kopen zou fijn. zijn.
maria cristina ferreira - muy bueno como enseña a los perros es un genio
susan giorgi-branch - I also have used Cesar Millan's techniques and my dog is awesome extremely well behaved walks well listens to commands and is always trying very hard to obey she's amazing thanks to cesar
karen tonge - Socialisation = jerking dog??? I thought socialisation = a positive experience with another being. Exposing a dog to something he finds fearful is traumatisation not socialisation. Thats the way I do it.
hazel darling jones - Would love to order a copy but your not sending to the UK, the format I think is PAL so does that mean if I put on the Europe one it'll be right for me???
margarethe faust - ein sehr sehr schlechtes video ...wieder mal vollkommen falsch oder gar nicht beraten ...er lernt es einfach nicht der gute
hector reyes - Cesar eres el mejor, saludos y mucha suerte para ti desde cozumel quintana roo mexico
mary jo-ann sia go - Dear Cesar Millan
We got 5 dogs 3 girls 2 boys. My problem is everytime the girls get their menstral period. The two boys go loko. The always fight to the death. How can we stop that.
daniel vargas - Esta ya en español?
gaby filli bbsc - Oh :-) I have read there are German subtitles, great!
sarah mayell - Great job Cesar,I look forward to watching.
rachel bryan - This man's a genius!
catherine stinett - My dog goes to social class every week. My dog trainer offers it and it's wonderful. I have two VERY social dogs and they help other dogs to figure it out too!
sandra dee - i am ordering today!
noe noe - http://stopmodacruel.org
noe noe - Help César. Please.please.please...
- On the road of adventure with Mr. Benson, the tourist. He's enjoying the fall scenery in Connec (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-18T22:08:04+0000)
Cesar Millan: On the road of adventure with Mr. Benson, the tourist. He's enjoying the fall scenery in Connecticut.Comments:
goedele laurijssens - Cesar, my friend today saw a lost dog and a little girl was very scared about him so she jumped out of her car called the dog, and the SHHHHH helped, he was very calm, she put a leash on and brought him back to the owner. THANK YOU CESAR
heather smith - Cesar Millan - do you not secure your dogs in the vehicle? This looks very dangerous to me.
ann claire hawkswood - Dogs should def be secured. If braking hard little pooch will fly around the cabin surely?
nikki gonzalez - Thanks for coming to Waterbury! :-)
mayra cabanas - Come to Bridgeport please LoL my Lexus needs you
anita dutt - I FOLLOW ALL UR EPISODES HERE IN INDIA...I FIND UR PROGRAMMES XTRYMLY ENLIGHTENING N HELPFUL...DO PLAN A TRIP TO INDIA ....U'LL FIND A HUGE FAN FOLLOWING HERE...KEEP UP D CRUSADE ...LOADZ OF LOVE , HUGZ N BEST WISHEZ ...NAMASTE
christine spencer - Welcome to CT Cesar Millan! Our autumn leaves are amazing now! I know our winding, tree-covered roads and beautiful lakes and rivers will help you remain calm and assertive! Lol! Enjoy!
rob titterington - Andrea Frenchick that looks like Tanger.
noe noe - Help César and his friends
noe noe - http://stopmodacruel.org
bonnie owens wiley - A fluffy butt Chow!!
allisonwonderland beckert - Need you at my house. 2 huskies and one hound, rescues that need guidelines. Help.
chris benson - I think I like Mr. Benson.
snuppe ekblad - Way to go, Benson :) Enjoy, both of you!!
nancy j. reder - Where in ct Cesar. Thats where i am from
concepcion segura - me encantan, bueno a todos les hayo algo. Son tan nobles
sabrina hage - living in the moment......
madeleine mosier - Nothing like Pomeranian fur in the wind.
marijke stelpstra - Cesar...tell us about your spirituality!
sa mi - A pomeranian <3 those paws only poms have them.
silja vanessa wenzel - Oh a little lion! haha
- For a limited time, when you buy a Dog Bone Necklace to benefit the Cesar Millan Foundation, yo (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-19T01:10:04+0000)
Cesar Millan: For a limited time, when you buy a Dog Bone Necklace to benefit the Cesar Millan Foundation, you'll also receive this limited edition pendant! http://cesar.mn/HGZMComments:
darlene devereaux - I respect Cesar Milan and everything he does
elizabeth maloney - I wish I had one bet all of my money go out on bill and do t have the money to buy one
silvia john - Hello Cesar, you are travelling around the world to teach the people how to live a happy life with a dog. You get more and more fans. And they follow you on Twitter, Facebook etc. And: they see all your offers. Like I do. But like some people here already wrote, not everybody is able to pay for your accessories. Shipping makes it even more expensive, and maybe it is not available everywhere. I saw you here in Germany, and now I am sitting here, watching your great accessories and have no idea if I can order it anyway. We all want to support your Foundation by buying these beautiful accessories, but please: make it possible for us! I would be very sad if your offers are only available for a handful of people. Thank you Cesar.
linda harris - Love this necklace, but way too expensive! Cesar, we are not all rich like your high dollar clients!
zoa macarena spinardi - Me encantan los perros los kiero mucho acá en santa fe abundan los perros en la calle y los vecinos de Candioti norte les den de comer. Las perreras son infrahumanas para los animales pobres ojala fuesen como las de tu programa. Cesar miro sisiempre tus programas y tengo un perro muy desovediente, rompe todo, descuelga la ropa y la deja tirada no la rompe a lo sumo. Corre con la ropa en su boca. Por ahí se enloquece solo y empieza a correr por todo el patio muy energético cuando se lo saca a pasear y ve otros perros los quiere morder nos arrastra ya en el único momento q se lo puede sacar es de noche que no hay nadie tipo madrugada queda sentado echado quieto en la vereda. Tumba escoba todo lo q pueda tumbar lo tumba siempre y cuando no lo miren osea de madrugada abre puertas nosé q mas hacer le muestro la escoba y es a lo único q tiene miedo cuando esta comiendo no deja q nadie pase por alado y te tira el tarazcon bueno cesar espero tu respuesta gracias desde ya
jo stammers - Vickie Mitchell u need this
martha whidbee - Love for what you do for the wonderful dogs !
ilonka konietzko - I'am from germany, who can I buy this???
raul luna - I want that necklace <3
heather fisher-tereshyn - Cesar..would be nice if you offered this en Canada...it is beautiful but as a pensioner, too expensive once you add tax and delivery :-(
christin hiller - kan ikke e få sånn Madeleine Bambi Hiller ?? :)
marina victoria - Any time, Line! :) ♥
line cossette - Marina Victoria .. ♥
erin conour vadnais - Jaime Michele Cary
pharilda galloway - Just ordered mine - it will be my Christmas present from my Cavalier, Indy.
robin hinnant - Wish I could just buy this pendant. The dog bone necklace I wouldn't wear.
carlos garcia - Cesar necesito me hablemos por mensaje porfavor :)
Necesito consejos para entrenar a mi perro espero tu respuesta :)
dominika hogatka - Drogi Cesar ciągle czekam na odpowiedz w sprawie mojego psa:P
vipin k raj - its only one month i started to see cesar millan's program...now i can say he is one of the real hero i have ever seen...love u millan........respect u..........
noe noe - Help César and his friends
noe noe - http://stopmodacruel.org
- I want to stress that “feeling sorry” for a dog is not doing that dog a favor. It is actual (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-16T16:33:07+0000)
Cesar Millan: I want to stress that “feeling sorry” for a dog is not doing that dog a favor. It is actually hurting her chances of becoming balanced in the future. Dogs need leadership before they need love. Let love reward balance. That’s how balance is maintained.Comments:
cynthia swain - I disagree... Most people who rescue 1st feel sorry for the dog.... Some dogs are so fearful & been neglected so severely that one must show love 1st to gain the dogs trust.... Once trust has been established then let the learning begin!!!!
oluwafemi wilshere balogun - This post made my day..
jayne hunt - Oh how I wish people could understand this!
paola ml - Its the same with kids...leadership is love.
cynthia swain - Shaila Ward, & all others that replied, I'm not saying baby the canine!!! In order for leadership to be established you must gain trust! In an abused or neglected dog, love & kindness is a great tool.... When unwanted behavior accurs yes don't encourage it.... Gently let the him/her know they won't be hit or other abusive measures... Once that trust is gained then leadership & balance usually fall into place.. I'm an ADA certified Trainer & Handler, I come across fearful,agressive, and untrained dogs regularly.. Every trainer has their own methods & ideas.... Ceasar is wonderful, so is Victoria... I have learned much from both.... That said I will stick by that you must love an abused dog 1st to gain trust..
cynthia swain - If a person sees an abused dog, neglected etc.... And 4wt does not feel bad for the situation, then there wouldn't be compassionate people willing to rescue said animals... I don't say baby them or dwell on the situation! I'm saying aproach with love & compassion! You can disiplne a dog with loving compassion!!!! I think a few are misunderstanding what I'm saying or maybe I'm just saying it wrong......
felechia williams - Kinda like our children, need leadership, and not yes to everything in life....
carolyn miller - I see a lot of people nowadays walking around with dogs that are extremely rude and misbehaved such as barking, jumping, pulling on the leash, etc (of course this is NOT the dogs' fault) but it doesn't mean it isn't there. Because I understand rescue dogs can require work and patience, I ask these people how long they've had the dog and when the ones who say "since they were a puppy", I know it's because they didn't properly train or discipline the dog. I actually had a woman say to me the other day after I sternly told my 12 week old puppy no for biting my hands (teething), "you shouldn't scold your puppy because she is just too precious to be told no to". Yikes!
tahera van den berg-saleh - Agree. I have been rehabilitating dogs since I was kid. What a surprise seeing how your way (cesar) has so many similarities to what I've been doing, there are some differences of course... but bottom line using our own instinct and feeling to interact with nature is the best way of being balance.
nina milan - i am gonna show this to my mom. she does not understand this concept.
david lawliet - Carolyn Miller, the world seems to be full of those. It's the kind of people you're describing that create nonsensical ideas like "pit bulls are a violent breed". Humans blaming their own ignorance on animals.
stacey montana - I have been training dogs all my life...feeling sorry is for human relationships NOT dogs....ever family I have worked with the major issue is how they try to fix the dog's past...it only prevents balance...Caesar is right on..
sarah anne martin - Can I secretly feel sorry for them when they're not around? Hahaha
hillary ames - I think that the fearful, neglected dogs need stability and calmness before trying to shower them with love in the form of hugs and kisses.
paige brown - Guilty as charged, whatta face! This is Def why my dogs are more misbehaved than they should be!
shirley webb harper - They are like kids. Knowing they have boundaries and guidelines makes them feel secure and loved.
parthena black - I noticed when I was watching your show that you kept saying "Help the dog." That is so right, they are dogs! and like children, need our help in feeling secure and learning how to calm themselves. We're not helping when we encourage bad behavior. I am amazed every time that my "Mr. Dancy Pants" calms down and sits by my simply standing there and doing and saying absolutely nothing. I learned that from you! <3
angela paynter - Great advice Cesar, leadership doesn't have to mean being unduly firm. Dogs look for leadership and this in turn makes them feel secure. Love has many faces ❤
liz johnson - Sorry but love and trust come first
amy dayvault - I agree! I rescued a GSD with nervous agressive issues. She's fine when she's in an environment where her world is controled by a leader...me. Even after having her for several years, she can regress if not handled correctly. I went on vacation for 5 days and left her with my sister (who knows her well) and came back to a snarly, defensive dog. Because my sister treats her like a "baby" and doesn't lead her. Proper leadership, exercise...then love and affection keep this dog happy and balanced.
petra engelmark - What a lot of people don't get, is that leadership is a FORM of love. They think it would be hurting the dog, when it's showing them that "it's OK now, you don't have to take the responsibility and worry about everything anymore. I got you. I'm the leader." All I'm saying is; leadership and love go hand in hand. In my opinion a hurt dog is way happier when someone with a leader role takes on them. Dogs don't live in the past so if they just have someone to lead them they can get out of it. You see that problem in a lot of shelters, and they think that "this dog can never be cured", and end up killing them because they're "aggressive", when they're the ones who's been feeding that behavior out of pity... it's so sad.
- Calling all Chihuahua Lovers! Rosie, Tucker, Logan and Roscoe are sibling puppies who rescued b (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-16T19:14:08+0000)
Cesar Millan: Calling all Chihuahua Lovers! Rosie, Tucker, Logan and Roscoe are sibling puppies who rescued by our friends at Marley's Mutts, along with their mother. Mom and the pups are currently being fostered in the Bakersfield, CA area and will be available to go to a forever home very soon. If you're interested in adopting one of more of this adorable Pack, please visit http://cesar.mn/Hs9z to learn more and complete an application. Brought to you by the Cesar Millan Foundation #AdoptMeThursday program.Comments:
nikki tregear - They are an amazing, smart, loyal breed. Do not let their size fool you. They are very easy to train & will warm your heart in an instant!
adolfo chacon - Chihuahuas are the best!
priscilla bumpernickle - Huahua's get a bad rap. 😐
I've had many different breeds & it has been my experience that they are THE MOST CLEVER breed I've ever had. Training HA! They trained me! Bossy, funny, smart, inventive ( yes) loyal, excellent watchdogs, they can hear the grass grow. My only complaint is they aren't cuddly enough. It's cuddle on THEIR TERMS. They'll let you know! I have a kagillion stories that would crack you up. Oh yes, and NO THEY ARENT YAPPY.
gabriela calderón - Mi niñito chihuahua recién fallecido, con 15 años de edad, se llamaba Piccolo. Me bello ahora corre por los campos del cielo, feliz, sin dolor.
erika strange - Aww shame they are so far away.
sey eunyoung song - I am also chihuahuas' mom...^^
carmen veronica raygoza gutierrez - Yo tengo 7 pequeños d razas diferentes . A todos los e recogido d la calle en muy mal estado. Y ahora estan hermosos y aunq son muchos aun asi tengo mucho amor para dar a otro peque mas :) amo a los chihuahuas.
cheryl chan-wong - Chi's are the best dogs ever in my eyes!!!
Hope get get a wonderful home with loving furbie parents. :)
Maiko Kanahashi-Romley Bess Chan
any san bam - Que bonito...se parece a mi chihuahua
elise treffy - Chihuahuas are the best! Hope these littlies find a wonderful home x
colleen mathis - Elyse Mathis Esther Ahn hehehe
natacha Ŧŧė - Mercédès ils sont pas chou ceux la!?
damiáliz mojica meléndez - Lizandra Báez-García es hora de que adoptes unooo!!!!!!!!!! Mira que hermosoooooooooossssssssssss <3
valme benitez gonzalez - Cesar, por favor, podrías poner traducción al español, gracias
gayle hanson - There's so many chihuahuas in shelters in California. It's too bad you can't fly them to other parts of the country. There's so many people in this area that are wanting little dogs. 😞
kathy iannuzzi-hartman - Angelina Iannuzzi Caputo Hee!!!!
sue-ellen robinson - They're all adorable, hope they get to stick together for a while...
indu sharma - Because you all four are faraway from us you are in US and iam in India you all are my sweet kids
larrisa sharp - Karola Hoffmann. A shame they so far away!!!
indu sharma - God bless you all four i want to bring you but can't
ngoc anhh nguyen - Annie Nguyen soo damnnn cute
- How are you and your Pack transitioning to fall? The changing of the seasons has an impact on y (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-16T22:20:32+0000)
Cesar Millan: How are you and your Pack transitioning to fall? The changing of the seasons has an impact on your life — but don’t forget the effect it has on your dog! Here’s our advice on adapting to autumn: http://cesar.mn/HvmCComments:
sarah creech - i know from watching your show and learning from you that what i am about to say is a bad behavior. but, my dog, anytime she sees leaves moving or when i shuffle my feet through them, she goes crazy and dives in and plays with them. she looks happy doing it, so i laugh because it is a funny thing to watch. xD
tamara robinson - My pups are loving it! We are runners but it's hard for smoosh noses to run when it's so hot. We can run forever when it's cool!
aedrean neko - Michelle - should read this! :)
leslie mason - Sweaters are a MUST for little dogs
pharilda galloway - No problems here. My Cavalier loves the cooler weather and chasing the blowing leaves. Best treat for him is a walk on an Autumn day with the cool breeze blowing back his long ears. :-)
katty carrera banderas - Harder to take him for walks when is raining like crazy all day long
bianka münch - I like the change of seasons very much. I like it when the autumn brings the stormy weather,...the rain, the wind, the first cold days and some great sunny days. I love it when the leave is falling. I like the autumnal colour. Me and my lab are always ready to welcome the change of seasons... We are no sissys... ;) :-P
megan tarkany - Thank you from red bank!!!!!!!!!!
gayle m. schilleci - All of mine loved cooler weather & had a blast, when it was cool.
daphne fernandez - Sadie, our golden grows her own "sweater". It's coming in quite nicely these past few days.
anna marie marchy - Can't find a place to post this but can you please comment on this, is it a hoax and did you make that statement about cats? http://empirenews.net/las-vegas-casino-owners-gaming-commission-seek-to-legalize-dog-fighting/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=las-vegas-casino-owners-gaming-commission-seek-to-legalize-dog-fighting
maria maidana - In Argentina with 41st, full and warm spring, watching my herd .......
mirella ramkaree - Nandi Romero Aguilar
rachel raja - My service dog Peanut likes to run through the crisp colorful fall leaves(:
christina davenport - My 3 chihuahuas are hibernating under their blankets until spring!
elizabeth stowesand - Very helpgil. Hadn't realised allergens were associated with autumn.
olga dominguez - Que bueno estoo.
estrela cardoso - lindo.... lindo.... boa brincadeira.... bjo
megi aschwanden - Wonderful pic!!💝🎆
anna gretchen Øris olesen - Anita og Carla 💝
jo mee - It looks like the black dog is balancing on the beagle hee hee!!
- You're invited! Join Cesar Millan for an evening of 'Pawsitive Leadership' to benefit humane ed (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-14T13:31:05+0000)
Cesar Millan: You're invited! Join Cesar Millan for an evening of 'Pawsitive Leadership' to benefit humane education on Nov 8th in Plantation, FL. Get your tickets to the Fundraiser now: http://www.pawsitiveleadership.eventbrite.com Live K9 painting by Brody the Border Collie, Silent Auction, Photobooth, Raffle to Rescue, Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres, and more! Proceeds will benefit local Broward County Animal Shelters and humane education programs via the Cesar Millan Foundation.Comments:
kerstin piatek - Das ist ein echtes Lächeln :-)
theresa sumabal - Wish ud come hr n d philippines mr.millan..😊
juanita corne-roberts - Genuine. Wow love this guy an all he stands up for
susan villalobos-pagan - I love Cesar Milan. I went to adopt a chihuahua from the Daytona Beach Center name Bently. He was there for a month or more. He was the first dog in the row of cages. He showed his teeth at me and I remembered what Cesar said about fear aggressive dogs. I told the lady that worked their that I wanted him. She tooked him out I tooked him out and walked him. But when he took him home he was happy as a clam. He such a sweety pie and hes so close to me because he senses that I have cancer. But in retrospect that poor dog would've been passed on like the rest of them. Thank you Cesar for educating us on dogs.
liliana ribeiro - Cesar Millan sei un grande!
maria max - Great picture of Cesar.
lynn jähnichen - Carmen Jaehnichen
gudrun lichtenberger clayton - Virginia Beach could use you too
socajunkie phillips - Hope those shelters all become no kill.
renata brunold - ...never seen such a smile before...genuine, pure, honest...spontaneously and from the bottom of the heart <3
binx von steel - Vanessa Castillo, Poosh!!!!! Look who's going to be in Plantation!!!! I need him!!! My pups need him!!!
jeffery patterson - Close enough for my friend Scott to maybe see?
cessie michelle m - His love for the animals shines through!! 🐾🐾💕
sarah pohl - Im working really hard to get there! All the way from Charleston SC!
rhody santiago - Oh Cesar.. You. Can melt anyone's heart !!!!
jose ramos - Come to Germany! :)
lisa weinstock - I hope Cesar agrees to meet my foster Tommy (the brown one) when in town since his trainer, Rick made the mistake to have Tommy in group class with his new potential adopters and then cause he reacted so terrible to him, and especially after he went to put electric collar on Tommy and he freaked out. .they decided not to adopt him. Afterall, he was a cruelty case starved to death dog.I got him ok with my own dog, so perpplexed why Cesar Way training wouldn't work to have him to ok with other dogs? They did refund my $400 but I wanted Tommy trained to I wouldn't lose this fabulous new adopters. Please everyone...support that Cesar meet Tommy when in FL!!!!
gillian whitfield - Abu Dhabi welcomes you Cesar! 😊
christina barrionuevo - Shannon Barrett since he is gonna be in Plantation, if you could reach him, maybe he could bring some attention to the Everglades rescue you work with? Just a thought 😉
rigby trish mitchell - Look at his gorgeous smile. What a guy. Love ya, Cesar, can't wait to hug you again!
claudia abbarado - 🎀Que guapo!!!....🎀
- Time to break out your dancing shoes, or head to an improv class. Activities like these and a f (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-14T17:14:03+0000)
Cesar Millan: Time to break out your dancing shoes, or head to an improv class. Activities like these and a few others will help you become a better Pack Leader for your dog. Here's how: http://cesar.mn/HhDMComments:
may-liss severinsen - Exersice, disiplin and affection, and you will gett a healthy and happy life!
kasia mitrus - I would add here horse riding, you just improve your assertive-leader abilities and learn how to feel animal.
lucia moncada - El tamborcito .. Ana Leyva Ale Espinoza Rodríguez Roxana Valdes Dany Castro Carolina Delgado Moncada
ana leyva - Deberiamos hacer reunión.Carolina Delgado Moncada Lucia Moncada Roxana Valdes Dany Castro Ale Espinoza Rodríguez
roxana valdes - Oye y habia primera, segunda, tercera cuarta y quinta como bochito jajaja tantoa recuerdos reprimidos!
roxana valdes - Y q era el tarso metatarso dedos metatarso tarso jajajjaja
dany castro - Reunión cuando!!!
monique vernooy - Eline vandaar dat je zo'n super pack leader bent 😃
natalia escrivà de romanì - I was a ballet dancer and choreographer in addition to master. After an attack in which I smashed the first lumbar vertebra (L1), I was saved from my left paraplegic and long, slow and painful recovery, I discovered a TV show, "The Dog" ... As I like to watch forward and love dogs since I can remember, today I enjoy educating, accepting and learning with them.Thanks Cesar! I have discovered some Don and following your advice is easy! <3
natalia escrivà de romanì - Yo era bailarina clásica además de maestra y coreógrafa. Tras una agresión en la que me destrozaron la primera vértebra lumbar (L1), me salvé de quedar parapléjica y en mi larga, lenta y dolorosa recuperación, descubrí un programa de TV, "El encantador de perros"... Como me gusta mirar hacia adelante y amo a los perros desde que tengo uso de razón, hoy por hoy disfruto educando, acogiendo y aprendiendo con ellos. ¡Gracias César! Descubrí que tengo cierto Don y siguiendo tus consejos es fácil! <3
chandan hegde - Calm-submissive :D
karen zucks - Just got done working out at health club
manuela malbasic - Nice. I love dance very much.
majo cordero - I am a balarine !! So I am discipline
nayeem junayed - please report to this group https://www.facebook.com/groups/whatsappbd1/
gwenny verhoye - Cesar, if you would like this: feel free to come join our dancing classes in Belgium! You can contact me anytime... always willing to co-operate and think of concepts which involves dancing + dogs!! I love dogs & dancing is my job, so if I can be of any use: thanks for letting me know :-)
carlos carlotta - https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153018374308858&set=gm.10152602811781823&type=1&theater
carlos carlotta - http://www.gewaltfreies-hundetraining.ch/positionspapier-deutsch/videolinks/
carlos carlotta - https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xpf1/v/t1.0-9/10696157_703723486363020_7278945158442198229_n.jpg?oh=3c9ff2abf19b99f0192dd152d69b9f4d&oe=54C39545&__gda__=1421797679_f508022ba3d462c2434a433465f62b55
lynn o'connor - Cesar, our 2 yo Poodle, Shih Tzu cross has decided he is our Pack Leader. He growls and snaps at my hubby and sometimes at friends of ours as well. But he is pretty good with me. Please, we are getting desperate. Do you have any advice for us?? Thanks heaps.
gs soshoku - hermosa disciplina!!
- I’ve noticed that my clients often interpret the words happiness and excitement as the same t (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-14T21:02:59+0000)
Cesar Millan: I’ve noticed that my clients often interpret the words happiness and excitement as the same thing: “She’s just happy to see me!” The two aren’t the same. A happy dog is alert; her ears are up, her head is up, and her tail is wagging. An overexcited dog is jumping up, panting, and can’t stop moving around. This is pent-up energy. Hyperactively energetic dogs are often among the hardest cases to rehabilitate. Hyperactive energy fosters other issues as well, such as fixation and obsession.Comments:
julie desimone - My pup is always overexcited to see me when I come home from work but after a minute he's all good, life is as it should be mommies home yehhhhh...
nina henry - A bevy of rotties :)
dianne salmon - I, myself going to have to disagree on the pent up energy. I have a dog that I could have just walked for an hour and a half, thrown the ball for another hour. And she still jumps up when someone she likes comes ovet.
wendy anne pugh - I egnore my 2dogs wen I come in and they have learnt not to bother going mad.... then they get a stroke..... takes time but it works...
sophia mergeler - Ignore your dog when you walk in. Don't give him attention until he calms down. He has to know your the boss. Also I notice lots of my friends walk into their houses greeting their dogs while using an excited voice. That just winds the dog up. Handler error.
colleen zinicola - So what to do with dogs who are over excited @cesarmillan
cristina a becaccio kwant - Exactly!! Overexcitement can lead to a variety of problems including aggression
katie breslin - On a lighter note, I want to roll around in absolute bliss with these dogs!
kaiyote born - In addition to his whining, panting, barking, jumping and circling, I'd get clawed by my shepherd pup...and he'd redirect onto my other dog terribly. Began crating...ignoring until calm when I got home, removed him from the crate and directly onto a leash for a walk and training session. Once we progressed to the point of no longer needing the crate, I still left him behind a baby gate so that he didn't have access to me or visitors upon arrival. Again, once calm I'd ask him to sit, deliver a treat down low to discourage jumping...open the gate, repeat sit/treat... Problem solved. I'm lucky if I even get a happy hello now. He literally stays laying on his bed until I call him. This, of a 1yr old highly driven gsd.
If we're disciplined enough ourselves to create a routine and stick to it....as will our pups. Even jack russells and malinois.
ann swiatowski - Guess there's no hope for my Jack Russell's .. They run all day and still don't calm down. Cesar ever have any luck training one of them ????
ella yu - Also, excited doesn't always mean something positive is happening either...
Excited merely implies lack of control.
nickie stemp - How can you rehabilitate hyperactive energy, fixation, & obsession?
I have a Rottweiler/Boxer mix :(
april pawlikowski - As a professional petsitter / dog walker I meet a lot of people who refuse to walk their dogs. I see a lot of serious health issues. People get breed dogs for their looks or on a whim without recognizing breeds have a purpose, some working , guarding ... They all benefit from routine walking with their person. Letting your dog play ball or run in your yard isn't enough. I've seen the routine walks heal their over excited brains . I encourage people to leave your phone at home and walk your dog . I met a 65 year old woman who owned a hyper Springer Spaniel . They weren't walking because the woman had shoulder issues and the dog pulled . I hooked them up with the proper leash n collar and they began walking every day. They had joy in their lives again and called to thank me ... I love helping people and dogs like that . It's a way I give back . Cesar's guidance has helped me to be a better pack leader. I'm grateful for this.
nienke lehkamp - Joe is a hyperactive dog. Oh man ... I had a lot of trouble keeping him calm and releasing his energy.
We cycled for an hour, walked for an hour and played frisbee for max. of 10 minutes (frisbee is too intensive to go for longer period of time). I came home, tired. Joe stood there with a ball in his mouth, wagging his tail and throwing the ball in my lap: "Let's play!"
We did that every single day, no exceptions.
The biggest problem I faced were the people around me. Not only friends and family, but also other dog owners.
Joe was extremely skinny as a pup and adolescent. I fed him a piece of bread with peanut butter in the morning, a piece of bread with cheese in the afternoon and in the evening he got his dog meal with some extras. I had to, otherwise he would die of starvation.
People thought I didn't give him enough food. They also said I over-exercised him. And on top of that, they thought it was great he jumped, barked and bit them in his over-excitement.
I had to explain he got enough food (high energy dog food with healthy extras), I did not make him tired (he made me work like crazy!) and it was certainly NOT funny that he was overexcited.
Joe is still a hyperactive dog. He's 10 years (almost 11) and people still think he's a pup.
When I come home, he is just happy. Most of the time he doesn't even come to me, but looks at me and wags his tail.
When other people come, he goes nuts. Why? Because people let him go crazy and pet him while he acts like that.
And don't think I can do something about it. No. They think it is sad that I send him away. Poor thing. They don't ignore him, but reward him for his craziness.
I can explain it over and over again, but it won't do any good. When I leave the room, they get up and make Joe crazy and 'play' with him. Joe doesn't like it, he barks to make them stop.
In the end he will growl. And at that moment, I really get it. They say that I didn't do a great job at raising my dog. They blame me for his bad behavior. And they think I lie when I tell them he is not behaving like that with me.
I once taped it, just to proof it.
They get mad when I show it to them. Why is he behaving so nice with you and not with me, is the question.
And so I start to explain, again and again and again.
Seriously, I can handle the most extreme dogs. No problem at all. But how can I train the people?
tracey lobb - I wish I could magic you here Cesar! My boy Rocky and I need your help and we live in Australia. Do you have anyone you would recommend who could help me with my pit bull Rocky who is fearful of people (strangers) he is that afraid he even wees himself whilst he's barking flat out and although he sounds and looks terrifying he's not going to attack anyone because he can't get close enough to do that! My worry is that if he were to get out of our yard no one would be able to catch him because of his fear and if cornered by a Ranger I'm not sure what would happen and would this fear turn to aggression, I think so and then they'd shoot him. He's great with people he knows and trusts, he's a sweetheart. He's obedience trained. I've tried EVERYTHING from medication to professional dig trainers who haven't even charged me because they see that he's obedience trained (from a distance) and they say they can't offer me anything because they can't get near him to work with him. I've used a Thunder Shirt on him, that kind of helped a little but not enough. I also because of this fear can't take him to the vet because I can't get him in to the vets clinic let alone get the vet anywhere near him. HELP? Any suggestions? I'm desperate. Any of your videos I've watched don't even touch on a dog like Rocky, none are as fearful as him, I've looked at numerous other trainers videos and I can't find anyone showing a dog as fearful as him. He's not like this with us of course and he's not like it with dogs... He's great with our pack and others. I have 4 dogs and they are all stable, none of them are fearful at all. Just Rocky. He's 17 months old and this started after an incident at 7 months, he was bashed by a person after their dog attacked him... I arrived only a matter minutes after the attack on him and couldn't believe the owner of the dog that attacked Rocky had also beaten my dog!! Rocky was desexed at 5 months old so he's not an entire male. I really need help and I don't know where to turn. I honestly believe that if anyone can help him maybe you can Cesar but I've been trying now for months to contact you but I don't know how to do that either so I keep leaving these long messages on your posts in the hope that you'll get one of them one day and maybe on box me with some advice... I have tried everything I know to help him and I'm not going to give up on him but my biggest concern is this is going to turn in to fear aggression and then I've got whole new problem and if I can fix it before it gets to that then maybe he has a chance! Please help us Cesar
alicia hall - I also have a Jack Russell that never runs out of energy....EVER. Gets over excited if I so much as change position on the sofa....you need to do an episode just on Jack Russells, Cesar!
sandra körtge - Such a wunderful pack of rotties! Love them! Got 3 adopted over the last 11 years - our girl is about 12 years now and she´s with us since 2006 - 8 wunderful years! <3
janina danielle - We have a big "marley" Problem 😂
steve thelander - its best not to acknowledge a dog that is jumping and carrying. on... ignore it, when it is sitting, only then give praise.. to acknowledge bad behavior only reinforces it
jenny bradshaw - Exactly the same as the children I work with, human psychology doesn't work on dogs but the principles of using energy in dog psychology often applies to humans...
elaine jude - My Lab "Henry" shakes his whole butt when I get home , when he sees another dog, when he sees a human friend ! LOL whole butt happiness : )
- The dogs like to cool off during hot days at the DPC in the meditation pond. See how the dog's (Type: photo | Published: 2014-10-14T23:49:09+0000)
Cesar Millan: The dogs like to cool off during hot days at the DPC in the meditation pond. See how the dog's lower body is immersed in the water? That's why I recommend that you add water to a dog's chest - rather than his back - when trying to cool him down. Watch me demonstrate dog cooling tips on Junior: http://cesar.mn/Hj8LComments:
ed holm - we lost our dog Gilley today Cesar but I want you to know how much you have helped me raise him- the was the most gentle and loving dog there ever was. He loved me for being his pack leader and never had a fear or worry in life right until the end. He trusted us to take him to the vet and let him go back to his life in the Spirit from whence he came. You have been a part of how we learned to understand him and communicate love to him. Thank you
sara mccoy - I bike while my male dobe, Liam runs aside me - on average 5-7 miles every other day-ish. Before we head out I fill his generic kiddie pool from k-mart with fresh cool water, so when we return he can jump right in and cool off. No doubt it's his mediation pool
sandy cole - Cesar I live on the Az desert ..I have two lab mix who stay out side (their choice) and they have a stock tank to play in. I got tired of the fiberglass ones giving out. They don't lay in the water but sure do splash and bury there snout. Too funny. We have the patio enclosed where they sleep with an outdoor fenced run. It get's dark and they knock on the door to close them in. We don't trust coyotes!!!!
mary crabtree potter - Do you have any idea why my dog picks up the first bit if food from his dish, places it about ten feet away and then goes back to his dish to finish his meal? Thanks!
minna ylanen - Brilliant!!!! Thank you for the insight!!!! : )
terry herrera - Thats what my dogs do in my pool, someyimes they swim but mostly walk in the water.
jessica johnson mcginnis - I need a dog pond!
gpe mondragon rdz - En México te necesitamos mil
nathalie mortier Épouse delabarre - le paradis des animaux
marianne johnsrud - Love that dog 😊😊
jolanda snell - Chest and paws. Here too, and Belle loved it ;) ! :* :*
santo marletta - sei un coglione mettitelo te il collare a impulsi o potresti provare con me figlio di puttana
nicole caux - What do you do if your dog is petrified of water. She is about 80lbs:)
jessica lawson - Mat Nicholson like this guys page, he's the dog whisperer lol
carolyn saenz - Here we go with the dogs
isabel blanco pérez - Cesar estas muy guapo con tu sombrero de paja. Te vemos todos los dias en la television, La Cuatro, y apreciamos mucho la labor que haces con los perros. SAludos de Barcelona España...
ascensión pérez - Espero que vuelva pronto a España
angela morris - Hey Cesar Millan, may I visit your center... Even though my dog past away?
basi ferrer samper - de vez en cuando escribe en castellano para la gente que no sabe inglés gracias
alabalinda andrew - Hello here I'm Linda I'm seeking for true relationship here someone who can give me is full love and total complete me
beatriz de castro a - Swimming pool is great