Frequently Asked Questions
[collapse collapsed title=”I have a question about an order or product in your online Shop.”] Please refer to our Shop Policies page for complete information. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”Can Cesar answer my question or help me with my dog?”] Because he receives hundreds of emails each day from across the globe, it is impossible for Cesar to personally respond to individual questions or provide private consultations. We address the most common dog behavior issues in our “Help! My dog is…” section of this Web site, so that’s a good place to begin.
If you have an emergency situation,please refer to the “Find a Professional” tool of the International Association of Canine Professionals to locate a qualified dog trainer near you. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”I know of a dog that will be put down unless someone like Cesar helps.”] We appreciate your concern and your passion for aiding dogs in very difficult situations. Cesar and his entire team wish that they could personally help every one of these dogs. However, we receive hundreds of such requests and, sadly, it simply isn’t possible to help. Please know that we are working diligently through the non-profit Cesar Millan PACK Project to support the work of shelters and rescues that are doing everything possible to fight pet overpopulation. It is our hope that one day no dog will ever find itself in such a terrible situation. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”Does the Dog Psychology Center have room for my dog?”] The Dog Psychology Center is unable to take or board any dogs. We receive dozens of such requests and space is limited. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”Do you know of a shelter or rescue who can take my dog?”] If you are unable to keep your dog, we encourage you to speak with the shelters and rescues in your area. They are the ones who are most able to help you in this difficult decision. Please be aware that because the U.S. has an overpopulation problem in our shelters, many organizations will not accept relinquished pets or may have a long waiting list. Unfortunately, there is no simple solution when it comes to finding a new home for your pet. If you would like to contact animal welfare organizations in your area, please visit Petfinder or Pets911. We wish you the very best success. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”Where can I find someone in my area to help me with my dog?”] We encourage you to use the “Find a Professional” tool of the International Association of Canine Professionals to find a qualified trainer near you (U.S. only). We suggest that you talk with at least three trainers, thoroughly describing your dog and your goals, before deciding upon one. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”How can my dog and I appear in Cesar’s TV show?”] We are not currently accepting applications for Cesar’s TV programs. When casting opportunities arise, we will announce them on Cesar’s Facebook page.. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”Can I tour the Dog Psychology Center?”] The Dog Psychology Center (DPC) does not offer any public or private tours. However, many of our Training Cesar’s Way programs take place at our DPCs. For more information, TrainingCesarsWay.com. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”When is Cesar coming to my area?”] Cesar frequently travels across the world conducting seminars and large events. You can see his latest travel schedule here on CesarsWay.com. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”How can I be trained by Cesar?”] Cesar personally teaches the Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training programs several times each year. The program is intended for dog owners interested in becoming better Pack Leaders as well as dog trainers interested in Cesar’s approach and techniques. You can learn much more about Fundamentals at the Training Cesar’s Way Web site. Please note that we do not offer any programs that “certify” individuals in Cesar’s methods. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”How can I work for or volunteer with Cesar?”] We do not currently have any job or volunteer openings at Cesar’s Way Inc. or the Dog Psychology Center. We recommend and are highly supportive of you offering your time at a local animal shelter or rescue organization. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”How can I learn more about or obtain funding from the Cesar Millan Foundation?”] Please visit the Cesar Millan Foundation Web site for more information. [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”Can I send postal mail to Cesar’s Way Inc.?”] You can mail us at the following address. Please do not send donations, product samples, ideas or anything of value. Unfortunately, we cannot reply to all mail that we receive and apologize for any inconvenience.
PO Box 57857
Sherman Oaks, CA 91413 [/collapse] [collapse collapsed title=”I have another question. How else can I contact you?”] For other questions, please visit our Contact Us page. [/collapse]
I recently adopted a rescue dog. She is a Boxer Bull mix by papers.
I was told she is good with other dogs.
She is perfect in almost every way but that. I have been trying to socialize her but I am not succeeding. I am on disability so cannot afford professional training. I Love her and I’m afraid her fight or flight tendencies are going to get us hurt.
Do you have any suggestions for me.
Just call me
Hooked on Paisley.
Thank you in advance.