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The challenges never stop for world-famous dog behaviorist Cesar Millan. In this series, not only does Cesar help dog owners with simple take-home tips for problem pooches, he and his son Andre hit the road to honor and support the nation's many heroes in the pet industry. On an RV journey that spans from Philadelphia to Los Angeles, the hosts uncover inspirational K-9 stories and connect with organizations that are rescuing and rehabilitating dogs. No pup and pet-loving person is spared as the Milans profile groups helping veterans and their service dogs, community-run animal rescue teams training K-9 police dogs, and therapy dogs that help children with autism.

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aired 536 days ago
Cesar and Andre Millan travel to Washington, D.C. to help veterans with their service dogs.
aired 543 days ago
Cesar and Andre Millan head to Los Angeles where they visit two dogs rescued from the foreign dog meat trade.
aired 543 days ago
Cesar and Andre Millan head to Chicago to meet some amazing local heroes.
aired 543 days ago
Cesar Millan and his son, Andre, travel to St. Louis to help as many members of the dog nation as they can.
aired 543 days ago
Cesar Millan and his son Andre visit Philadelphia, where they work with a nonprofit that rescues dogs and trains them for the police force.
aired 550 days ago
Cesar Millan and his son, Andre, travel to San Francisco to help locals with their problem dogs and meet some of Dog Nation's heroes.
aired 550 days ago
Cesar and Andre Millan journey down the West Coast to visit with the heroes of San Diego's canine communities.
aired 550 days ago
Cesar and Andre go to Los Angeles to visit with the heroes of the local canine community.

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