Cesar Meets The Veterinarians: A Lesson From Lorenzo

Recently, Cesar hosted a group of veterinarians for a day of training at the Dog Psychology Center. In this video, Cesar enlists the aid of his llama, Lorenzo, to show us how other animals can make us aware of our own instinctual responses to them, and more aware of ourselves.

Llamas can be intimidating because of their size, but watch what happens when a human uses calm, assertive energy on a four hundred pound animal…

Don’t miss the other videos in the series, Veterinarian Day at the Dog Psychology Center, How to Approach a Fearful Dog, and Introducing Dogs and Cats.

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