The leash and collar is one of the most important tools you have. In most places, it’s even required by law when your dog is outside. But there are many different types of collars, and the options can be overwhelming. How do you choose the right one for your dog? And how do you […]
Month: July 2019
Dear Cesar, Just a few days ago we had to put our 10-year-old dog down. She left behind her 8-year-old “sister.” Nikki seems to be moping around the house and seems like she’s in search of her sister, the only thing she’s ever known. It’s heartbreaking. Please let us know what we should or should […]
By Cesar Millan I often speak of how important it is to keep body, mind, and spirit in balance, but am often reminded of how unbalanced we have become as a society. Every time there’s morning rain in Los Angeles, traffic falls apart, for example. Living in big cities we can forget how to stay […]
Dog Barking Constantly Jennifer’s dogs bark all the time especially when her fiance isn’t around. Cesar runs through a checklist about energy and leadership providing solid tips to balance the energy and encourage a more leadership role as a pack leader. He even gives insight into approaching the problem when it pertains to multiple dogs.
By Martin Deeley Just as a person’s behavior and attitudes can change for the worse when they’re sick, a dog’s behavior problems may be the result of health issues. Housebreaking Let’s take one common behavior problem: housebreaking. Nothing gets dog owners more frustrated than their dog soiling the house. Consider the dog’s age and previous […]
Chihuahuas are an extremely popular breed, but they come with a lot of history and trivia. How many of these ten things did you know about them? Chihuahua Size Not only is the Chihuahua the smallest breed of dog, averaging from about 2.25 to 6.75 lbs (1 to 3 kgs), it is also the longest-lived […]
By Dr. Sherry Weaver Broken bones in pets can range from being a nuisance to being a life threatening situation, especially if a sharp bone fragment severs an artery. Be cautious about the pain response of any animal when they display the signs of a broken bone. If it is safe and not stressful for […]
When I was a little boy growing up in Mexico, I always hung out with the dogs, listening to them and learning from them like my grandfather had taught me. But there was no honor in my own country — other kids called me “el perrero.” It means “dog boy,” but the insult is a […]
Finding a Pet Friendly Place to Live It can be difficult to find the apartment of your dreams — even more so when home-shopping with a pet. As many of us know, not everyone loves our furry companions. Some buildings have strict a no-pet policy, some discriminate against certain breeds, and others require steep security […]
Calm Dog Doesn’t Play Riley the couch potato is extremely calm and relaxed. He won’t even chase the ball. Cesar explains how to adapt to the dog’s personality and how to adapt activities for the dog from outdoor to indoor and lists a few relaxing activities you can try.