Final Season of "Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan"
The show "Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan" is bigger and bolder than ever, with unique stories and intense situations that once again put Cesar's rehabilitation skills to the test. Each episode brings a theme of problem behaviors and challenging cases testing Cesar's calm and assertive mantra.
Highlights include an episode focusing on dogs suffering from phobias and obsessions, Cesar's doggy boot camp for four-legged army brats and an intervention for ex-gang members battling turf wars with their dogs at home. The series also marks its 150th episode with a special Valentine's Day edition featuring home-wrecker dogs and the couples who love them. After 4,000 audition tapes, 211 cities, four countries and 450 dogs, the Dog Whisperer joins the ranks of few other cable shows in marking its success. Click here for more details on upcoming episodes.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan Background
Cesar Millan has been called a Dr. Phil for dogs, and for good reason. Cesar's amazing rehabilitations of aggressive, scared, lazy, compulsive, and jealous dogs captured the national spotlight when his National Geographic Channel (NGC) series Dog Whisperer premiered in September 2004. Regular viewers soon came to realize it wasn't the dogs but the quirky owners who needed Cesar's help the most. In January 2006, Dog Whisperer returned for a primetime second season with expanded hour-long episodes.
The expanded hour-long episodes of the subsequent seasons give viewers what they are clamoring for: more time to witness Cesar's rehabilitation of dogs and training of their owners. Going directly into homes without any prior information or preparation on that day's case, Dog Whisperer documents the remarkable transformations that take place under Cesar's calm-assertive guidance.
Cesar is often the last resort for clients confronting crises with their beloved pets. While most of Dog Whisperer episodes take place in and near the homes of dogs and their owners, Cesar sometimes decides to bring extreme cases to his Dog Psychology Center for Power of the Pack training. There, they meet his resident dogs, which number as many as 50 at a time, last-chance Rottweilers, pit bulls, and Dobermans originally marked for death but now enjoying a new lease on life while assisting Cesar in training other dogs.