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With a unique ability to see the world through their eyes, renowned dog behavior expert Cesar Millan rehabilitates all manner of troubled canines in this popular reality series, and often that involves Millan not only teaching dogs new tricks but also training their owners how to achieve a balanced relationship with their pets.

Latest episodes

aired 12 days ago
A couple with three unruly dogs, one with aggression issues; a poodle who fears the back door since running into the screen door; a Weimaraner who is territorial and aggressive.
aired 12 days ago
Mufasa, a South African boerboel, became aggressive after being pinned down by another dog; Tucker, a teacup poodle, behavior becomes more aggressive.
aired 12 days ago
A dogo Argentino with canine aggression; a terrier/corgi mix who becomes aggressive when faced with traveling.
aired 12 days ago
An aggressive Manchester Terrier; a Wheaton Terrier with poor social skills; a dog who is afraid of the ocean.
aired 12 days ago
An Australian Shepherd behaves aggressively after being attacked by a couple of dogs; a shelter dog won't stop biting and snapping at potential owners.
aired 12 days ago
A couple of German shepherd pups with a shadowy obedience track records; a rescue dog with trust issues.
aired 39 days ago
Celebrities are some of Cesar Millan's clients.
aired 39 days ago
Sometimes, dogs' love for their owners can be too intense.
aired 39 days ago
Cesar Millan has even more celebrity clients with problematic pups.
aired 39 days ago
British problem dogs including wild German Shepherds, a dog that must be muzzled by court order, and an English cocker spaniel that hates cars.
aired 45 days ago
Cesar travels to the U.K. to help troubled dog owners with a territorial street dog and a dalmatian whose personality can turn ugly.
aired 45 days ago
Holly, a Labrador puppy, displays severe food aggression; a women's shelter will take a needy woman and her pit bull, Tucker, but Cesar must help the dog become less protective first.
aired 45 days ago
Cesar's English adventure ends with an aggressive klee kai, a collie mix that hates walks, and a hyper Labrador.
aired 45 days ago
Cesar helps fitness guru Jillian Michaels with her aggressive Chihuahua, while "Frasier" star Kelsey Grammer needs help house-training his dogs.
aired 45 days ago
Cesar meets NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick to help with his snappy Chihuahua and an aggressive Pekingese called Gizmo.
aired 45 days ago
Cesar helps dogs overcome their fears including a whippet mix who is blind and deaf, a labradoodle that fears the ocean, and a cocker spaniel that fears all humans.
aired 72 days ago
A Pointer mix is fixated on pinecones, while an Australian shepherd whines every time his owner switches on the vacuum cleaner.
aired 72 days ago
Cesar helps Melody and Tom, who is so terrified of dogs that he will even leave a job site if one is near, deal with their fears and anxieties.
aired 72 days ago
Aggressive bulldog Hugo is sent to canine rehab; Crusty must overcome his dominance issues if he's ever going to enjoy walks.
aired 72 days ago
Two Jack Russell terriers, Ruby and Jinx, show how dogs communicate through energy and body language.
aired 72 days ago
Stella is a bulldog mascot for a dog-friendly cafe; a German shepherd who barks to loud, and two aggressive miniature pinschers.

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The "Dog Whisperer" is back, this time to answer emergency calls from communities terrorized by unruly canines. Renowned dog behavior authority Cesar Millan is beckoned by the relatives, friends, neighbors or co-workers of someone whose four-legged menace has turned lives upside down. In each episode, Millan meets with the whistle-blowers in a briefing session, then he evaluates both the pets and the owners through impromptu visits to the neighborhood locations to see dogs display their doggone behavior and watch how owners react. After rehabilitation programs are set up, Cesar uses surveillance cameras to track progress and ensure a lasting solution. The final test comes when all parties gather together in the community -- owners equipped with the knowledge and tools Cesar has provided, and dogs ready to prove they did learn new tricks.
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This series explores the many facets of man's best friend via commentary by animal experts, personal stories from dog owners and stylized photography.