Next Episode of Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Family Edition is
In Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan: Family Edition, renowned dog behaviorist Cesar Millan travels far and wide to help pups and their families. Millan rehabilitates dogs and trains families to achieve a balance and natural relationship between people and their pets, and goes directly into the homes of dog owners to document the remarkable transformations that occur.
A once loveable black Lab named Misty has mysteriously turned dangerous, and the owner fears even Cesar cannot save it.
A Great Dane's excitable nature disrupts her submissive pack, as well as her owner's fitness training business.
Cesar helps a German shorthaired pointer who has become a danger to herself due to her extreme separation anxiety.
A man's bulldog is aggressively territorial towards anyone who comes near the man or his home
Cesar joins postal carriers to help them deal with problem dogs.
The owner of a Lakeland Terrier Caper is in danger of being evicted because of her dog's nasty behavior.
Cesar tries to quiet down Ebby Lou, a miniature schnauzer with a big barking problem.
A rescued Staffordshire terrier's extreme separation anxiety and aggressive behavior is too dangerous for the owner, who has a baby on the way.
The behavior of two small dogs may result in their owners having to move out of their apartment building.
Cesar helps a woman who worries about her French bulldog's increasingly aggressive behavior.
After rescuing an abused Great Dane, the owners have trouble with the dog's growing aggression.
An aggressive bichon frise threatens the relationship between two sisters, and a new baby's safety
A Rottweiler proves to be a danger to the young man who adopted the animal for protection.
A wire fox terrier causes misery for everyone around him.
A California couple's Australian cattle dog, which was ill when they adopted it, shows an aggressive nature after it recovers.
A woman's presence leads her dog, Nani, to fight with her boyfriend's dog, Blitz.
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