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September 27, 2004

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StepMonster

I took your advice and watched "The Dog Whisperer" last night (6:30, just like you said) and it was amazing. Good tip. You always have the best advice ever.

kay

Hi,
I read your comments on the Dog Whisperer, I am one on the producers on the show. Cesar's email address is Powerofthepack@aol.com. Just in case you wanted to email him.
I not sure how many you have seen but being with him on location is totally amazing. We have to go see the dog before he gets there or we will never see the bad behavior. Dogs look at him and say (with their eyes)thank god you're here to straighten out my humans! So many times we have thought this is it he can't do it this time...it is amazing he does and the dogs are happy. We think he speaks dog.
All the Best,
Kay

kay

Hi,
I read your comments on the Dog Whisperer, I am one on the producers on the show. Cesar's email address is Powerofthepack@aol.com. Just in case you wanted to email him.
I not sure how many you have seen but being with him on location is totally amazing. We have to go see the dog before he gets there or we will never see the bad behavior. Dogs look at him and say (with their eyes)thank god you're here to straighten out my humans! So many times we have thought this is it he can't do it this time...it is amazing he does and the dogs are happy. We think he speaks dog.
All the Best,
Kay

kay

Hi,
I read your comments on the Dog Whisperer, I am one on the producers on the show. Cesar's email address is Powerofthepack@aol.com. Just in case you wanted to email him.
I not sure how many you have seen but being with him on location is totally amazing. We have to go see the dog before he gets there or we will never see the bad behavior. Dogs look at him and say (with their eyes)thank god you're here to straighten out my humans! So many times we have thought this is it he can't do it this time...it is amazing he does and the dogs are happy. We think he speaks dog.
All the Best,
Kay

Patricia ann Blystone

I really wish I could be a client of the Dog Whisperer on the show. I have a dog that is really out of control it is a chihuahua and she is just as lovable as possible. Her problem is she barks at everyone that comes into the house until they leave. Plus, sometimes she even wants to bite some of the people. I am unable to have anybody over at all. Family is not even able to come over unless I board her in a kennel for the time they are here. I am unable to give her the power walks like Cesar talks about because I am disabled. I am unable to walk very far at all. So, she says in the house unless I let her out in the back yard to go to the bathroom and back in the house.
Help us both.

Patricia ann Blystone

HELP ME Cesar With my dog.

Little Bit is not really little bit she is like the Queen of the house and thinks she is human. I keep trying to let her know that she is not human and my significant other reinforces she is human. I am disabled and need help with my dog.

Giovanni Nepomuceno

I'm a Cesar Millan worshipper ever since I saw him on the Dog Whisperer. I stumbled onto the show after trying to give my brother's neighbor's yellow lab a walk one weekend. Everyone kept telling me that "Goldie" was wild and that I'd better be ready for a sled ride (with me as the sled). After having watched several episodes of Uncle Matty's "Woof - It's a Dog's Life" I was a little overconfident in my dog training abilities. Needless to say, I never made it out of the backyard because "Goldie" was totally out of control. However, with my new Dog Whisperer TV training, I am ready to flex my calm, assertive energy this weekend - WITHOUT consulting a professional! Wish me luck.

cathy

hi, i was just looking up more articles about cesar millan. you're right, he's hilarious. i actually called to set up an appointment with him. they have to call me back though. i'll probably be posting info about my experience on the website i'm at all the time. spoiledmaltese.com anyway, i guess email me if you want me to give you the link to my experience(cuz i definitely want to do it). :) bye :)
brokermonkey@hotmail.com

cathy

hey, i met with cesar millan. it was totally awesome. just like his show! we actually took our dogs into the caged area where he had his 40 rehabilitated dogs. it was sooo awesome!!

Suzette Atzel

I never miss Cesar Millan! I LOVE DOGS all my life and I am 59. I finally got the dogs I wanted. 2 English Bulldogs and 1 French Bulldog exactly like Cesars Scarlet. He doesn't act like her though! We live in northern Illinos and it is very cold to walk them everyday. I am getting a treadmill as I work out all the time and know about negative energy. I tried a couple of things on my dogs. They are not aggressive but I don't think they always view me as the pack leader. He is amazing! I admire his techniques and never miss his program! I love dogs because I have never been hurt by them, but I have been hurt many times by people. This is a fabulous show.

David

I agree that the Dog Whisperer TV program is excellent; however, I don't agree with you that the Hint of Lime Tostitos taste bad. They are my favorite!!! Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee !!!!!

Donna Frey

I have ordered Cesar's new book but it is not out yet. I have also put myself on the waiting list for the dvd..I stumbled on your sight and enjoyed reading all the great things about the show..I am a Veterinary assistant and have tried Cesar's sht....and it works, while the all the dogs are barking in the runs I walk back there and go sht.....and then silence...They know who did it and they are quiet. I live in NY and wish I could E-mail him direct to let him know how he has made my job easier. is that his real address. I would not want to e-mail the wrong person. {Powerofthepack@aol.com.} I have had many dogs all loving, from 100lbs to 2.5lbs now I have 5 chihuahua's They are now the best dogs I have ever had....I would love to help people with thier dogs it is a very nice feeling to see everyone happy.

Bye for now,

Donna In New York.

We need Cesar Millan here....to save the dogs

Dian Chapman

I stumbled across this site while looking for more info on Cesar Millan. And I totally agree that he is amazing!

I've had dogs all my life and do a good job of training them. I have 3 now. But one of my dogs WAS impossible to walk with down the street. She is lab and something else...maybe Pit Bull?...or Rat Terrier? She's not that big, but INCREDIBLY strong at 80 lbs of pure muscle. As hubby says, it's like trying to walk Arnold Schwarzenegger. I don't like choke chains, but HAD to have one with her cos' she would pull so hard and attempt to chase anything that moved! She would tighten her neck and didn't even notice the chain!

I saw ONE of Cesar's shows recently that taught a soap opera queen how to get her dog to walk WITH her down the street. He explained that you had to think and act like a leader and convey that power mentally. I tried it ONCE! It actually worked almost instantly!

Would you believe that I can now walk with Lexi down the street and she looks like the best trained dog in the neighborhood! Sometimes I have to even sneak a peek next to me just to make sure she's still there, because she walks so perfectly with me now that I have a hard time even feeling her at the end of the short leash.

I've read many dogs books and NEVER had such amazing success nearly instantly! (Now I just have to get her to stop going nuts when she sees other dogs in the park...where I give her a break from the proper walking method and let her roam some on a longer leash. I'm buying everything I can that Cesar puts out...DVD, book, Video...anything I can!)

Jannifer

Cesar, I need help!!! I've paid to have my dog go through dog training. This puppy came to me at 3 months old, was and still is afraid of people. I've tried everything to socialize him but he is not receiving my instructions. He is now 10 months (Sebrian Husky), but he is fearful of others sometimes and you never know what is going on in his mind. He destories things to show his anger, he still uses the bathroom inside the house just about everytime we leave him alone. He will look out of my bedroom window and howl at other dogs, but when it comes to playing with them he becomes like a wild animal, which makes other animals nervous and want to bite him. He is loving but he really don't allow anyone to really get close to him but me, I have a husband and two sons (16) (12). I'm the only female in the house he took to me I think because he was kennel raised and abused from the people I received him from. He has a trust issue with others. I have followed all the rules, become the leader of the pack, show him you are in control, tell him wrong. He follow these rules sometimes, other times he run away.

Cesar, PLEASE Help me, I don't have anymore money to spend on training. MY husband wants to send him away or get rid of him. I don't want to do that
I LOVE HIM!!! but I Need help... My husband said we can't afford to keep him with this distructive behavior, he is eating up everything that is left in my bedroom. I leave him in my room to keep him from destroying my home. He has over 8 toys in the floor for him to play with.

Kristin

I'd love it if we lived near Cesar Millan and I could meet with him and possibly get my dog, Sooner, under control. He's a great dog but definitely thinks he's in charge. I rescued him just a couple of months ago (he's 2 years old) and have found that he launches himself through doors ahead of me and runs wildly ahead, he tears apart the "pet beds" I buy him, and he is obsessed with my 2 cats who now have to live downstairs because he wants to EAT them. I don't think there's anyone else in the entire world who could help Sooner (or help ME to help Sooner) than Cesar. Does he ever travel to help clients?

Kristin


Hey everyone! I'm psyched because I just received Cesar's DVD in the mail! I plan on watching it tomorrow so I'll post here again and let everybody know how it is (though, we all know it will be great, of course!). I also plan on posting a review on his website, www.dogpsychologycenter.com for the "fans" out there who are wondering if they should purchase it. By the way, has anyone attended any of his seminars? I'm thinking of reserving a spot and going and am wondering how they are. Does he do question/answers from the audience, does he strictly speak to the crowd, etc.? What's the format?

Bev

I've been watching Cesar's program for a while, and have picked up good tips on walking and controlling our dominant Aussie. However, I have not seen a program where there is a dog friendly dog and human friendly to dog owners, butis very Territorial and Human Aggressive. I can't believe he could come into my house, as my son, grandkids or anyone else cannot, and make him somewhat human friendly. Have any out there had a Human Aggressive problem solved?

Kathy

I Tivo a lot of programs and Cesar (The Dog Whisperer) is the first on my list. Thank you for your show.

culuru

yes,i have been to several seminars,and have benifit

Petguardian

CESAR! Rocks! I sometimes get teary-eyed watching his show. I am trying to attend his seminar in Feb. I'll letcha kno how it goes!!!! I hope I don't break-down SOBBING!
;-)

Susan Herrera

Cesar I have a shih-tzu she is the most wonderfull dog we ever had. what makes me so sad about my Uni is that we leave her with my daugther for the weekend and now she poops, pise all over the house. and she eat her poop. PLEASE HELP ME.

Royal Barnes

Please Help This is an EMERGENCY!Our dog Clint attacks children that come to our house.If we don't find help we will have to get rid of him. He is a great dog and we would hate to lose him.If you are too buisy,PLEASE send us a list of referrals in our area we live in Hollister,California.Thank You So Much We Will Love You ForEver.

Benedikte

I just watched 2 shows of Cesar Millans here in Denmark, and from what I have seen I totally disagree.
Maybe the show doesnt show all, or his methods are completely outdated.
From what I see, he uses fear, he forces the animals to do what he wants them to do.
If he was communicating so amazingly with these animals, then why would he need a choke chain to get them to follow him. Choke chains by the way are illegal in Denmark due to the fact there are considered inhumane.
I am not one of these people who believes dogs are humans, I strongly believe they are dogs, and that they should be treated as such.
But I believe that reading them and talking their language is the way forward, not just forcing them to do it my way....with a chokechain.

Susanne

Dear Royal Barnes - or is it royal pain?
I totally disagree with your interpretation of Cesar's training methods; his methods are not crude, forceful or harmful. He trains the dogs to let them know that we - not they - are in charge. And it is not that we have a need to be controlling, but in control of situations. And, no, Americans do not believe that their dogs are human. A lot of us just love them so much, that we want to treat them like humans; and this can lead to out-of-control "brats". And as far as the choker collar is concerned, yes, the collar can definitely hurt a dog who is not big enough. I use one of these collars on my 100lb dog, Camo who I am still trying to train to walk without him walking me. Camo is a Shepard, Chow, and Lab mix and is very, very strong. Without the choker chain, he would probably be pulling an bouncing me behind him. You have obviously never tried to walk a very large, strong, and hyper dog before. And Camo only wears the chain on our walks everyday (I also walk my 2 Siberians (no choker chain)). And although I work, Camo gets lots of hugs, lots of praises, lots of treats, and lots of play time. He is a very happy dog. And by the way, maybe you could publish this "dog language".

JON NOLAN

Does anyone know if i can get DVD's on cesar?

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