Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan - Season 2

Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan - Season 2

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Considered the Dr. Phil of the canine set, Mexican-born Cesar Millan grew up on his grandfather's ranch and from an early age showed a remarkable ability at training problem dogs. He came to the U.S. and opened the Dog Psychology Center in Los Angeles, and word spread quickly of his unique training approach for hard-to-handle canines. In Season 2, Millan handles such problem pooches as Teddy, the poodle who is constantly running in circles; Duke, the Doberman who has been banned from dog parks for fighting; Cosmo, the shepherd mix whose biting habit could endanger a family's new baby; and the Rottweiler Bearz, who likes to attack shopping carts. Season 2 aired on the National Geographic Channel in 2006, and the 20 episodes follow Millan's efforts to rehabilitate problem dogs -- and their owners

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Exclusive unaired stories; Cesar's essential tips for dog owners; Behind-the-scenes featurette

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The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan - Season 2 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cesar understands that dogs are animals and have a 'basic' way of thinking. They need a pack leader or themselves will become the leader. This is where many of the problems arise. The dog is running the household since there are no rules and boundaries set for the dog. Cesar is not a magician, he just understands how to 'control' a dog by showing his calm assertive energy and using body language to direct the animal. Cesar grew up on a farm and carefully observed canine and other animal behaviors. Cesar uses these observations to communicate with dogs in a way they understand, with body language. He talks about how a dog learns first with his nose, then with his ears, and last with his eyes. He explains the importance of a structured walk, which entails the pack leader out front. This is how dogs and wolves act in the wild, and Cesar harnesses this energy balance and applies it to domesticated dogs. I especially like the episode where he directs the cat to show that you can be the pack leader of your cat :"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Season 2 is a delightful continuation of what Cesar has worked to achieve in Season 1. He drives a different car and has some pretty difficult stories, moreso than in Season 1. Season 2 finds Cesar traveling much more than in Season 1. He uses his pack more to help with the difficult cases, and the information regarding dog behavior and animal psychology keep you interested in story after story. Even though most people have the same problems, the dogs and situations are so different as to make them interesting. If you loved Season 1, keep that love going by getting Season 2 and Season 3.
thegoldenfarmer More than 1 year ago
a great guide to all dog lovers and breeders alike. also to people without dogs just to understand the dog behaviour and psychology.