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Wendy   DeKalb, Illinois

3/6/2014 6:53:27 AM

Hi
Cesar,
I am taking care of my daughter & son-in-law's lab (Duke), almost 1 year old and is huge. I also have a 5 year old shih tzu and 4 year old schnauzer. Duke is very smart, affectionate, etc. but won't listen. He uses the schnauzer as a chew toy and tries with the shih tzu until he runs and hides. He's so big when the grand kids come over he knocks them over and occasionally does the playful nips (he's getting better about that). He didn't get much socialization, with other dogs when he was smaller, so now that I have him, I'm trying to teach him how to get along with my two dogs. My husband has no patience with him so I don't know what happens during the day when I'm at work. Please help!

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Janeen - 258073   

8/1/2012 8:54:31 PM

Help! I got a client with a red zone Australian cattle dog. Bites owners exstremely bad. Chunks of skin bad. Help!!! Tried all I can to help them. I believe Cesar only hope ...

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Jenna   Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada, AB

4/4/2010 7:20:09 AM

I'm excited to read that Cesar is planning on doing some shows for dog groomers!

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Amy   Wilmington, NC

3/16/2010 5:40:02 PM

Cesar,
My Niece needs your help with her dog Webster (Webbie). Webbie is almost three years old he is a rescue, he loves his family. When others are around he becomes frightenly aggresive. Mandy (my niece) has had him with a trainer for a year and has even recently taken him for drug therapy. She is at her witts end everywhere she turns she hears put him down. A couple weeks ago he bit his trainer with a muzzle on. This is breaking her heart! Please help!

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Joe   San Diego, CA

12/24/2009 9:18:06 PM

Hi Cesar, We adopted a five year old German Shepard and she is great with the family, but everytime someone outside the family comes over she will be nice and then when they trun their back she bites their ankle. Is there anything we can do? She is great with our family and we really love her, justr done want her to hurt anyone.

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Monica Kelly   Las Vegas, NV

12/5/2009 7:55:19 PM

Dear Cesar, I need help with my 2 year old Boxer, Odie, I can't get him to leave the cat a lone and he is hard to train, please help me. My cat is getting angry with me, and if things don't get better, I'll have to find a home for the dog, but i really love him, REALLY NEEDING HELP.

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Monica Kelly   Las Vegas, NV

12/5/2009 7:54:32 PM

Dear Cesar, I need help with my 2 year okld Boxer, Odie, I can't get him to leave the cat a lone and he is hard to train, please help me. My cat is getting angry with me, and if things don't get better, I'll have to find a home for the dog, but i really love him, REALLY NEEDING HELP.

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Jorie   Schererville, IN

6/18/2009 9:52:35 PM

Cesar,
PLEASE help me!!! I've adopted a deaf bull terrier who previously fell from a balcony onto his head. Now he has a neurological disorder. He drags the top of his front paws when he walks and they're always bleeding. This makes it very hard to excercise him as he's always flopping over and won't walk. Then he becomes frustrated and bites me. Hard! I have a seven yr. old son and lots of neighbor kids who are always in my yard. I can't trust the dog. He is not an agressive dog and I think he is actually smart as he is already learning some hand signals. His current trainer, Sheri Floyd, who has taken your training program, has urged me to contact you. Please help Scud and me.

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kelly   toledo, OH

6/15/2009 12:24:33 PM

Hi Cesar, my name is kelly I have 3 dogs who are out of control. I have a 7 yr old min pin. a 3 yr old min pin jack russell mix and a 9 month old jack russell. when we have company the jump all over them, bite their hands and when they sit they are all in their faces. they bark all day non stop and when my neighbors are out doing their lawn the are trying to bite the weed wacker through the fence. i dont know what to do with them. my blood pressure is now high and it is affecting my marriage i never feel at peace being at home. please help me take control of my dogs.

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joann   castle rock, CO

5/28/2009 5:41:11 PM

hello cesar my name is joann and i have two, 1 year old german shepard's who have aggression towards other dogs and i dont know what i'm doing wrong can you help!!!

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Carla   Victoria, BC

5/24/2009 3:02:25 PM

Hi Cesar, My husband Matt and I love your show. We recently lost our 10 year old rottie to cancer and our other dog, Tequila, who is a 9 year old rescue pitbull is still grieving.They were best friends. She loves people but has aggresion with other dogs. Matt has done a considerable amount of training with her with help from your show but she still needs work. We are getting a lab puppy next month and not sure how she will react. There is a bit of concern. Any advice? Tequila also hates loud noises and car rides. We live in Victoria,BC,Canada. have you thought about doing a show here? Carla Parkes

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Brian   Baton Rouge, LA

5/21/2009 12:56:26 PM

hi my name is Brian Johnson and I am a viewer of ceasar show and i have a 6th month boxer and I would love to meet ceasar. my job is that I am a professional athlete and my wife is a nurse and we are havin problems with my wife pack leader role

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amber   murray, KY

4/10/2009 10:22:26 PM

Dear
Ceasar,
My name is Amber, 22 and my fiances name is Aaron, 23. I have recently been pregnant and while pregnant we had been thinking we are going to have to get rid of our first dog. His name is Herc, he is a 3 yr. old brindle pitt. At home with just my fiance and i he is really the sweetest, most loving, chill dog. But we cannot have anyone over and he cannot be outside very much which breaks my heart, because he loves to be active! We recently moved from the country to town and we live in a dog neighborhood. When people come over he gets so excited and hyper, he will jump as high as he can toward their face and just try to constantly be all over them, and when my nephews come over he stays in their face licking and nipping and jumping on them, knocking the down. Outside this is when he is the worse, he is obviously a very strong dog, so it takes alot out of me to try and walk him by myself, and if there is another dog, the walk is over. He goes balistic trying to attack the other dog, and the whole rest of the walk even after the dog is out of sight, its like he just spends the whole time freaking out trying to find it. We have a good friend that lives down the road who has a young boxer named mannie, who is a very hyper dog, but we have gotten them to walk together for a few hours but as soon as the walk was over herc attacked him and bit his face and made him bleed! Although we have recently lost our baby, it has made us think. How will he act with a baby around all the time? Will he try to attack it out of jealousy? We are very worried because we plan to try again in a few months... We have tried to get local help but the people we call "DO NOT work with out type of dog", so you see we have a problem! If you ever are shooting a show in Kentucky, let us know!!! Thanks ~worried owner

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Sharon   Eunice, LA

3/14/2009 10:31:37 PM

It is a really interesting article. I love to watch his shows and am amazed at the results he gets with the dogs. I have a problem with my 2 dogs that is getting really out of hand and to the point that I'm afraid I will have to get rid of one of the two. I really don't want to but I am afraid for thier safety. One is a 5yr old spayed female Boxer/Rotweiller mix,Zoie, and the other is a 2yr old Blue Heeler,Boulette'. Seems these last few months they have been seriously fighting and the last time I had to take Zoie to the vet due to a bite to her leg from Boulette' that chipped the bone and became infected. She is fine now but I am so afraid that one day they will really seriously hurt each other. I don't want of have to part with either of them as they are part of the family. I just don't know what to do anymore. I have tried keeping them seperate but it is just impossible to do at all times. Please if there is something you could reccomend and I would even go so far as to be on the show if there would be a way to solve this problem. Please consider my appeal for help. I love my girls and it would crush me to have to part with either one. They my babies....

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Richard Medina Brown   michigan, DE

3/10/2009 10:17:59 AM

sorry i forgot to put something she still have him today and he bit my uncle by mistake.

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Richard Medina Brown   michigan, DE

3/10/2009 10:13:30 AM

Dear CESAR : My grandmother have a Red Nose Pit. He is a year old. His name is Dollar and he like to jump on people and he like to play bite when he get hyper.I had some marks on my arm. My grandmother said she might give him away but she didn't . She still have today. That why we need your help because he get to hyper when he see people that he have not seen for a long time.

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Mary   Milford, CT

2/21/2009 6:09:25 AM

Dear
Cesar,
Please help us; we are desperate to find a solution to the problem with our German Shepherd mix. He is 10 years old, we adopted him in May 2008 from our neighbors who were going to have him put to sleep because they no longer wanted him. He had bitten another neighbor while they were on a walk; the woman had come up behind them and startled the dog who bit her arm. They had had some issues like that with him before, but had never gone that far. The husband in that household did not like the dog and frequently yelled at him and hit him, and their two little children constantly screamed and taunted the dog to the point that he would hide in the bathroom. I used to bring him to my house every day for most of the day because he was alone all day while they were at school/work, and he loved me and my dog. He was always so happy with us; my neighbors used to comment about it frequently. It seemed natural for him to come live with us because our home was like a second home to him already. My elderly parents live with my husband and me, and as I said we have another 8 yr. old dog and two young cats, all of whom he is submissive toward. The German Shepherd has always had some aggression issues toward people, but we hardly ever saw them at our house and he always seemed to love my parents. Now it seems that every time they move to get up from their chairs in the TV room (where the dog spends most of his time), he lunges at them and snaps as if to bite. He will make contact with their hands if they are not fast enough. He did it to my sister when she was visiting one evening, and although did not break skin, we know from history that he's capable and will if given the opportunity. At first this happened only once in a great while, but now it's just about every time my parents or my sister go to get up. We have not been able to have friends or family drop in for visits in all these months because the dog is so aggressive toward visitors to the house. My parents are very elderly and although they are wonderful and supportive of our problem, I worry about their safety. I simply do not leave the house unless absolutely necessary (I do not work outside the home) because I feel there is a danger of someone being bitten. My husband and I realize that the situation has gotten out of control and we need to do something about it. Cesar, we love this dog dearly and very much want to give him a happy, safe life. We know that there is something we are doing wrong and are willing to do anything to change. We can't bear the thought of putting the dog to sleep, but what can we do?

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Denise   Greenville, SC

1/8/2009 8:48:45 AM

Dear
Cesar,
Thank you for your work and love for dogs. I enjoy getting to watch your show. We have two dogs. One is a rescued full-Lab,Sonny, from going to the pound, who was trained and 4 yrs old and now going on 9yrs. The other is Husky 4-5yrs old, Diefenbaker. They both stay outside. Both have been fixed. We have two boys, one Policeman,(the oldest) now Army Resv., the other full time 82nd Airbourne Army. Dief was giving to the oldest when he was in high school. He LOVES to fight and wrestle with him when he's home. I've tried to get him out of this. I've worked with Dief on commands getting him to sit only with treats. I have Lupus and arthritis and taking them on walks is "AWFUL". Dief is constantly pulling. And when he sees other dogs he gets worse. He jumps the fence, constantly bits and pulls on Sonny's neck, tail. He jumps on people if they come over in the back yard, so we don't let that happen. He doesn't LIKE THE VET. He has tried to bite. We have to muzzel him. Other than that he is very sweet to us. He is getting to where he will let me come him. He has the coolest howl and has taught Sonny to howl. I love my dogs. I greatly need some HELP. You would LOVE this area. Help me in Greenvill, SC
PLEASE

Denise Bedford, Greenville, SC

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GARY W CHAMBERLAIN   CHESHIRE, MA

12/15/2008 7:09:50 AM

I HAVE NOT GOT A VIDEO CAMERA SO I CAN NOT SUBMIT A VIDEO BUT I HAVE A GOLDEN RETRIEVER NAMED JOSE WHO IS 5 YEARS OLD AND SHE IS VERY AGGRESIVE TOWARDS OTHER DOGS WE HAD A BLIND DOG RECENTLY COME TO VISIT US AND JOSE JUST WENT BEZERK SHE JUST WOULD NOT LEAVE THAT DOG ALONE SHE TRIED TO BITE IT AND EVERYTHING WHEN SHE SEES OTHER DOGS SHE STARTS SNARLING SHOWING HER FANGS AND TRIES TO ATTACK AND BITE I DONT KNOW WHAT IT IS ABOUT HER BUT SHES CRAZY YOU ALWAYS KNOW WHEN SHES GOING TO ATTACK CAUSE SHE PUTS HER HEAD DOWN LIKE A BULL AND CHARGES I NEVER SEEN NOTHING LIKE IT PEOPLE THINK SHE CRAZY NOW WE ALWAYS WATCH YOUR SHOW AND WHAT TO DO IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS BUT NOTHING SEEMS TO WORK SHE STILL DOES IT AND WE CAN NOT FIGURE OUT WHY IF YOU CAN HELP US WE LIVE IN THE BERKSHIRE MOUNTAINS IN MASSACHUSSETTS PLEASE CALL US AT 413-776-7327 SINCERELY YOUR FRIEND GARY W CHAMBERLAIN THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS

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Tom & Pat   Sarasota, FL

10/7/2008 9:11:45 AM

10-7-08

Dear Cesar,


Enjoy your show so very much. It is amazing what you do with the problem pets. We are owners of 3 German shepherds, father , mother and one of their male off spring. They all get along fine. Our daughter has one of the male off springs also. She is living with us as is her dog, Duke. The father, Cito and Duke do not get along at all. We have to keep them apart at all times or we are afraid they will really hurt each other. I know this problem can be solved but we do not know how. Addressing this issue with us would be greatly
appreciated.

Thank you in advance,

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