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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 have been euthanized.

 

Posted 3/16/16 2:35 p.m. PDT

Here at the Dog Psychology Center, we can feel all your positive energy. We are calm and the pig has lots of new friends. Junior, me and the rest of the pack want to thank you for all of your support over the past few days.

 

 

Posted 3/11/16 3:00 p.m. PST

Cesar talks about Simon with PEOPLE.

 

Posted 3/11/16 1:20 p.m. PST

Simon’s owner, Sandy, posted this video statement in support of Cesar.

 

Posted 3/11/16 9:30 a.m. PST

Cesar Millan has dedicated his life to helping dogs and to showing how even the most difficult “problem dog” can be rescued and rehabilitated. In a recent episode of the Nat Geo WILD series Cesar 911, Cesar works with an aggressive French bulldog/terrier mix named Simon, who has a history of attacking other animals, including his owner’s pet pot-bellied pigs. A short clip from the episode was shared online and showed Simon chasing a pig and nipping its ear, causing the ear to bleed. The clip caused some concern for viewers who did not see or understand the full context of the encounter.

We have included an additional clip from the same episode  to provide missing context. Cesar has created a safe and controlled environment at his Dog Psychology Center (DPC) in California in which to rehabilitate some of the most extreme—or “red zone”—cases of dog aggression, such as Simon’s. It is important to clarify that Cesar took precautions, such as putting Simon on a long lead to assess his behavior, before making initial corrections and removing the leash. The pig that was nipped by Simon was tended to immediately afterward, healed quickly and showed no lasting signs of distress. As the additional clip reveals, Cesar and his animal pack effectively helped Simon to overcome his aggressive behavior toward other animals; as a result, Simon did not have to be separated from his owner or euthanized.

Cesar Millan is and will continue to fully cooperate with authorities in ‎any investigation. He is confident that the investigation will show there was no wrong doing.

 

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