After more than 150 episodes, thousands of audition tapes and hundreds of successful rehabilitations, the ninth and final season of the "Dog Whisperer" with Cesar Millan featured 12 all-new episodes and was jam packed with the biggest stars, most exciting destinations and the fastest cars ever featured on the series. And, of course, dogs. Lots and lots of dogs.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Horrible Hounds of the UK
Cesar travels to the United Kingdom to help troubled dog owners and their less than proper pooches. Dominic, a thoughtful 17 year old has had one too many out-of-control walks with his two Jack Russells, Tyson and Jesse. Tracy and her family took in a feral street dog named Molly who has turned extremely territorial towards strangers, other dogs, and even children. The Nolans hope that Cesar can show them how to properly introduce Molly to new dogs and how to curb her territorial behavior. Melanie’s beloved Dalmatian, Cooper, is a large handsome dog whose personality turns ugly around houseguests and on walks. Mel is concerned this behavior could evolve into more dangerous habits.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: London Calling!
Cesar’s next adventure in the UK starts on the wrong side of the law. Sally has a mixed breed pooch, Herbie, who was taken to court and put on trial for his life. Now Herbie must always be muzzled in public. If he can be proved safe the order could be revoked, but if he gets into trouble again he might be destroyed). Cesar steps in to help this doomed dog walking. Harriet and Matilda Thorpe are sisters and successful actresses who live around the corner from each other. They adopted German shepherd littermates Bruno and Diesel, who have grown wild and dominant with one another at the park. The sisters hope Cesar can teach them how to properly walk their dogs so they can once again enjoy living so close. Cindy and Nick have a peaceful existence, except when it comes time to load their eight year old English cocker spaniel, Paddy, into the car. They hope Cesar can show them a better way so they can bring Paddy on more trips.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Cesar Conquers London
Cesar is back in the United Kingdom for a new episode of the Dog Whisperer, but it isn’t all garden parties and high tea. A Jack Russell terrier mix can’t stop spinning and barking when guests come to the house, so it’s up to Cesar to show this canine how to be a good host. Next, Cesar meets two dogs who have spent most of their lives in Africa and are having trouble adjusting to their new surroundings. Is it permanent culture shock, or can Cesar bridge the gap between society pooch and wild animal? The last case finds Cesar helping a professional dog walker who can control every dog but one: her own Patterdale terrier mix. Can Cesar teach these out of control dogs some proper manners, or will they end up being an unruly lot?
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Battle of Britain
With Cesar’s UK holiday drawing to a close, he lends a hand to the rehabilitation of three British canines. Kimba, a one and a half year old Klee Kai, is so nervous around other dogs that she has begun lunging and snapping at any that comes close. The next case is a Collie mix named Ellie who, after being scared by a loud noise while on a walk, has become so averse to going outside that her owners have to forcibly drag her out the door. Cesar’s final case is Jack, a Labrador who is so energetic that most people can’t tell if he’s being friendly or dangerous.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Jersey Shore Dogs
The Jersey Shore is in for a dose of discipline when Cesar heads for the boardwalk to help three families deal with their out of control dog ‘situations.’ First, Cesar must tame a pack of four Chinese crested dogs that have their owners’ home in constant chaos. Cesar’s next stop brings him face-to-face with a mastiff mix full of unbridled energy. Lastly, two miniature dachshunds have their owner at her wits’ end and on the outs with her mother. Will Cesar bring some much needed R and R to these three New Jersey families, or will he be down for the count?
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Anger Management
Charlie Sheen isn’t the only one starring in anger management this summer. Cesar helps Robert Schwartzman, the lead singer and guitarist for the rock and roll band Rooney, with his adopted pit bull Sandy. Sandy has proven to be extremely dog aggressive and Robert hopes Cesar can help him get Sandy under control so he can have someone watch her while he is on tour. Comic book writer and TV producer Paul and his wife Misty Lee adopted two Boston terriers, Mugsy and Deuce, but weren’t prepared for how aggressive the dogs are. Paul wants to join a program called Thank Dog! Bootcamp that combines personal training and dog training, and hopes Cesar can get the terriers in shape to work out.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Playboy Playmates
The Playboy Mansion in sunny Los Angeles is famous for raucous parties but it’s also home to Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner, some of his Playmates, and their dogs. Hef’s girlfriend, Miss November 2010 Shera Bechard, moved in with her Chihuahua mix, Willa, who needs Cesar’s help to stop bullying Hef’s two year old King Charles spaniel Charlie. Cesar then heads to Redondo Beach where Miss February 2010, Heather Rae Young, is having trouble getting her Chihuahua, Brandy, to obey her and stop attacking other dogs. Cesar stops in Orange County with Miss September 2011, Tiffany Toth, and her husband Jeff to work with their Boston terrier pug mix, Marley, who is chewing them out of house and home.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Comedy Guys [wt]
It’s a stand up episode of Dog Whisperer, as Cesar helps a group of hilarious comedians face their toughest critics – their own pets. Skyler Stone and his girlfriend Nicole joke that their Jack Russell mix Sammy is a “ham missile,” because he eats so fast and so quickly. Add their aggressive Maltese-Chihuahua, George, to the mix and the situation is just not funny. Girth of a Nation star Ralphie May is one of the biggest men in comedy, or in any field for that matter. He and his wife, standup comic Lahna Turner, have their hands full with their older boxer Pimp and overprotective bulldog, Hoochie Mama. And Paul Rodriguez, one of America’s most famous Hispanic comedians, believes good things come in threes. Except when his three Chihuahuas, Luna, Mosca and Chica, become an unruly pack.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Fear Factor
In a previous episode, Cesar worked with two people who were struggling to overcome their fear of dogs. Now, the tables have turned as Cesar takes on the challenge of helping dogs overcome their fears! First up is Daisy, a Whippet mix who was born blind and deaf and has had a very hard time adjusting to life in a world navigated by canines with all five senses. Then Cesar meets a Labradoodle whose fear of the ocean is a big concern for his owner because they live on a boat. The last case finds Cesar helping a young cocker spaniel named Piper overcome her fear of all humans, including her owners. Can Cesar ease these canine’s fears, or will they be left quivering in their boots?
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Daytona Dogs
NASCAR is known for high speed, high octane excitement, but behind the scenes it is also a tightly knit community of drivers, their families and crews, and, of course, their pets. Cesar heads to the track at Daytona International Speedway, making a brief pit stop in Port Orange, Fla. to meet Brian Sacks and his Pekingese, Gizmo, a little dog that has everyone running scared due to his aggression and possessiveness. Cesar then visits the Halifax Humane Society, a grant recipient of the Greg Biffle Foundation, with Biffle himself and his wife Nicole. Finally, Cesar stops by the motorhome of NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick and his wife DeLana to help get their Chihuahua, Lo, who barks at everyone and snaps at people who try to pick her up, in line before they welcome their first child later this year.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Jillian Michaels/Kelsey Grammer [wt]
Exercise guru Jillian Michaels moved to her beach community specifically because it’s safe for her dogs to run off the leash. But her rescue Chihuahua, Richard, has become the terror of the turf. Jillian is also in the middle of adopting a two-year-old daughter and wants to make sure Richard won’t get aggressive with the baby. She calls Cesar, who helped her previously with another dog, in the hopes of saving her relationship with Richard. Call Dr. Frasier Crane, because TV star Kelsey Grammer and his new wife Kayte need advice before their home life goes completely to the dogs! Their pooches George and Elvis spend all day outside only to run into the house to pee and poop. The Grammers enlist Cesar to help them get a handle on the situation and to get them back in control of their once calm household.
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Shelter Dog Holly [wt]
Kelly and Hyrum Lai always knew their picture-perfect life together would include a dog. After adopting an adorable Lab puppy named Holly. Early on Holly began displaying disturbing behavior--food aggression. The Lai’s biggest concern is for their 18-month old son Griffin, who they fear could be bitten just for having food in his hand, so Cesar is their last hope to help Holly before they make the hard decision to send her away. Cesar’s next case brings him to a washed out river bottom where dozens of society’s neediest and most forgotten live. Pregnant and homeless, Lenie Pictou has the amazing opportunity to move into a newly opened women’s shelter that will take both her and her pit bull Tucker. The only problem is that Tucker has become very protective of Lenie as a result of living at the river bottom. Will Cesar be able to help both dog and owner make a positive change in their lives?
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