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On Cesar 911, Cesar Millan is back in his element - rehabilitating dogs and training people, but this time he's bringing his skills to a community near you. Each week Cesar will travel to a community that is in desperate need of his help. He is summoned by neighbors, co-workers, relatives and friends who "blow the whistle" on a four-legged menace that has turned their lives upside down. Whether it's a spoiled Chihuahua going wild in a family business or an aggressive mutt spreading fear throughout a neighborhood, Cesar will use his unparalleled expertise to bring balance to the dogs and the community. Each episode will consist of two stories within one community and conclude with all parties coming together at a central meeting place, now equipped with the knowledge and tools only Cesar Millan can provide.
Orange County whistleblower Debi alerts Cesar to her neighbors, the Dong family, who are afraid of their first family dog — a black Lab mix named Misty, who has bitten every member of the household. Debi and other neighbors have suggested the Dongs do the unthinkable: have Misty put down. Cesar immediately notices that she is showing signs of insecurity and, after working with the family, suggests taking her to his Dog Psychology Center to help her build confidence around his pack. Will Misty return home a changed dog for her human pack?
Cesar's next stop takes him to whistleblower Brad, who is having major trouble with his sister Nicole's Shiba Inu mix, Auggie, who constantly attacks Brad's dog, Kimo, whenever the family is together. Cesar teaches Brad and Nicole about giving dogs boundaries as well as personal space, and points out that their nervous energy leads to aggression in their dogs. But can he overcome the real obstacle: Nicole's fear that Auggie will go on the attack?
Cesar travels to Long Beach, California, where whistleblowers Lori Jo and Patti are fed up with their boss Takis' three unruly bichons frisés, collectively named the "Moos." Their disruptive behavior threatens the business, Frisco's Bar and Grill, as well as their boss's home life. They bark obsessively, knock over trash cans and honk the restaurant delivery truck's horn for attention. Even Takis' wife, Joanne, has had enough of the unruly Moos, but Takis doesn't see anything wrong with their uncontrollable behavior. In order to rehabilitate the Moos, Cesar will have to re-train Takis — but will he be able to take Cesar's advice so that his beloved dogs won't destroy his business and his marriage?
Cesar then heads to the Freedom Writers Foundation to meet whistleblowers Tiffony and Sue Ellen, whose workplace is being disrupted by their boss's 140-pound Labrador retriever, Beau. Their boss, Erin Gruwell (also known as "Ms. G.") teaches at-risk youth and her work was featured in a major motion picture, but she can't seem to change bad boy Beau's behavior. He barks constantly, steals food, brings dead animals in from outside, and is aggressive toward anyone in a hoodie, causing everyone at Freedom Writers to constantly be on "Beau Watch." Cesar concludes that Beau is a dominant dog who feels the need to protect his environment, but will he be able to help Erin so that she can write a new chapter for her and her Beau?
In the hills above Sherman Oaks, California, whistleblower Josh needs Cesar's help with his neighbors Lilly and Nadav, who have no control over their aggressive boxers Chip and Mocha, who terrorize their neighborhood and have attacked at least 15 other dogs. Lilly and Nadav quickly assert their fears about Mocha, who they consider to be a "silent killer" and the more dangerous of the pair. Cesar isn't sure about their assessment of which dog is more dangerous — and will he be able to rehabilitate Chip at all?
Next, Cesar meets with whistleblower Lorraine, a dance instructor who is greatly concerned for her business partner Stefanie's fearful and aggressive Chihuahua, Nuts. Cesar observes Nuts in Stefanie's arms, trying to bite every student who signs in. He invites Stefanie and her husband to his home training annex where he teaches them how to create boundaries for Nuts. Will they learn the right moves so they can two-step away with a calmer, happier pet?
On the rough streets of East Los Angeles, a college football coach has recruited Cesar to help tackle a major problem. Coach Steven is concerned that the future of one of his star football players, Steve, is at risk from his aggressive rottweiler, Shadow. Shadow has attacked two dogs in the neighborhood and Coach Steven is afraid that if the dog attacks again, Steve could be held responsible. Cesar jumps in and shows Steve how to keep the dog out of an excited state and how to safely socialize Shadow around other dogs.
Cesar then meets up with Eric, who wants help for his brother Kevin's Doberman pinscher, Bowerman. Kevin and his girlfriend Lily's active lifestyle is being torn apart by the needy, aggressive dog that attacks anything and everything on wheels. Can Cesar help Kevin and Lily control Bowerman so they can go for bicycle rides again?
Whistleblower Brent is desperate for help with his aggressive pit bull, Titan, who is destroying his relationship with girlfriend, Aileen, who saved Titan from the side of the road. Cesar is concerned that the couple are not compatible owners for the dog. He works with Titan and learns he is capable of socializing with other dogs but is anxious and excited, feeding off of his owners' energy. With so much tension under one roof, is there enough room left to heal all of the problems?
Next, Cesar meets whistleblower Debbie and a group of dog owners who are deeply concerned about their good friend Marilyn's aggressive Italian mastiff mix, Cupid. Cupid began attacking other dogs at the park after Marilyn recovered from a fight against cancer. If Cupid gets in one more fight, he will be banned from the dog park, a devastating blow to Marilyn, who finds it to be a place of friendship and healing. Cesar is amazed by all the love and compassion, and is ready to help Marilyn and Cupid get their park on!
Whistleblower Arturo is fed up with his neighbors Jim and Sam's powerful American bulldog/boxer mix, Matilda, attacking dogs in the neighborhood. Cesar witnesses Arturo's own springer spaniel, Coco, get attacked by Matilda and realizes immediate action is necessary. He invites them to his Dog Psychology Center to further rehabilitate Matilda and train Jim and Sam to be better pack leaders.
Cesar's next call comes from whistleblower Rose, who is extremely concerned for her friends Diana and Joe's dog, Tosha, who attacked Rose so severely that the bites left her arm scarred. Cesar determines that Tosha is acting as Diana's "bodyguard," which is dangerous and may lead her to attack again. Cesar meets with Joe and Diana at his home training annex and shows the couple how to keep Tosha calm and submissive when meeting new people so she won't attack again.
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