Here’s A Look Back At The Beginning Of ‘Dog Whisperer’

After one hundred and seventy episodes and over four hundred dogs and their people helped, “Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan” came to a very successful end. It all began eight years earlier, and here’s a look back at the very first episode.

In Cesar’s first TV case, we met NuNu the Chihuahua, an adorable, pint-sized hellion. Fiercely territorial, NuNu let no one near his owner Tina, not even Tina’s housemate, Barclay, the one who convinced Tina to bring the dog home from the rescue shelter. Cesar also helps with Kane, a dog that has had a fear of shiny floors ever since a nasty slip and fall. This episode originally aired on Monday, September 13, 2004.

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