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The Real Meaning Of “Dog Nation”

The first season of “Dog Nation” is over, although you can still catch it online via your cable provider or streaming on Hulu. Through the first season episodes, my son Andre and I visited seven cities, worked with seventeen organizations, and helped several dozen people with their dog issues. During the process, Andre and I got to know each other a lot better and it also reinforced our understanding of what “Dog Nation” is really all about. For me, it’s never been just a TV show. It’s a mission. The mission is to unite the human community over our common

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A Monumental City

Our Dog Nation road trip brought us to the end of the first season in Washington, D.C., and a place where Andre and I could teach each other. As he was growing up, I taught him about what life was like back in my native country of Mexico. Now, he taught me about the history of his native country, the United States. Washington D.C. is surprisingly full of nature — something you wouldn’t expect for a world capital — and it’s also full of monuments. Andre explained the reason for every one of them to me. In fact, “monumental” is

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Having A Rocky Moment

Philadelphia is called the City of Brotherly Love — which is literally what the name means — and that love came through for Andre and I when we came to town. Not only did we get to see the birthplace of the United States, we got to visit the country’s first animal shelter ever, indulge in all the great food including, of course, (real) Philly cheesesteak, and Andre and I raced up the famous “Rocky” steps — although we don’t quite agree on who won! But the real impact of the city’s love came in the form of a group

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Making Change

When you have to correct a dog’s behavior, you can’t really teach them by just yelling at them, “Wrong, wrong, wrong!” This will tell them that they’ve done something you don’t like, but do absolutely nothing to guide them toward the proper behavior. People are the same way. You can tell them they’re wrong all day long, but that won’t change their behavior. You have to show them the alternative. It’s about using empathy to bring about education. In our second “Dog Nation” visit to Los Angeles, Andre and I got to see that in action firsthand as the differing

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Gateway To Understanding

It’s a city in the middle of America named for a crusading king, born out of a settlement that predates the U.S. itself, and which bounced back and forth between France and Spain for a long time until, just under two hundred years ago, Missouri became a state and St. Louis became the Gateway to the West. Visting St. Louis Andre and I traveled east to visit this city for “Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation,” and the place was a revelation to both of us. Andre told me, “St. Louis is an amazing city because not only was it my first

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Inspired By Love

For last Friday’s episode of “Dog Nation,” Andre and I went to San Francisco, which is an amazing place. It’s a bustling city that also feels like a small town, every corner is bursting with history, and, being surrounded by water on three sides, it still feels very connected to nature. Of course, what really gives a city its flavor is the people in it, and San Franciscans are a unique breed. They are creative and resourceful, and they never give up. While the City by the Bay has a reputation for being cold and foggy, its people could not

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A Tale From Two Cities

On the most recent episode of my new show “Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation,” my son Andre and I went down to San Diego and, while we were there, dropped in to help a rescue organization and shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. The two cities are so close that they pretty much touch each other.   But they are also very far apart because they’re in two different countries, which did make it a little bit more complicated to film a TV show. Personally, I would love a world without borders of any kind between us — physical, intellectual, or spiritual. But,

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We Might Be Giants

Forty years ago today, the Space Shuttle Enterprise made its first flight, which was also the first flight of any Space Shuttle. There was no dramatic launch with smoke and flames and cheers from the crowd. Instead, it took off on the back of a special 747 from Edwards Air Force Base in California, and landed the same way. It would be six months before the Enterprise detached from the airplane and landed on its own, but this shuttle itself would never make it into space. That doesn’t mean that it was a failure, though — and it’s also a

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Tune in for “Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation!”

Tune in for “Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation” on Nat Geo WILD for Cesar in an all-new show, with different dogs, bigger issues, and a brand-new co-host. Joined by Andre Millan, it’s time for Cesar and son to road trip coast-to-coast and show us all the aspects of “Dog Nation.” Cesar is still providing his expertise to help dogs, but now the mission has expanded to help organizations that are helping dogs, and highlight canine heroes. Andre will provide a millennial perspective while Cesar shares his insights on dog psychology and more. Whether it’s fixing misbehaviors from the everyday to the

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L.A. County Animal Control Finds No Wrongdoing In Recent ‘Cesar 911’ Episode.

Posted 4/11/15 8:00 a.m. PDT We have been informed by Los Angeles County Animal Control that their investigation into the farm pig incident is over and they have found that we did nothing wrong and no charges will be brought against me or my team. I am pleased but not surprised by this news. My team and I are 100% dedicated to the proper care of all animals and our animal handling procedures are safe and humane. We will continue to  rescue and rehabilitate even the most difficult problem dogs. Our work  has saved the lives of thousands of animals that otherwise would

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