SESSION 48: Cesar Millan, aggression and the pig – Sean’s commentary

//SESSION 48: Cesar Millan, aggression and the pig – Sean’s commentary

SESSION 48: Cesar Millan, aggression and the pig – Sean’s commentary

Cesar Millan seems to be having a rough few weeks in the public relations department.  A woman was severely bitten by an aggressive dog that was once at his training facility, he aired a TV show in which a pig got attacked by a dog he was training, and thousands of people sign a petition to get his show removed from TV.  In Podcast 48, I offer some commentary about these news stories, some critique of some of his training decisions and, maybe strangely, some support of him as well.

In this session:

Can trainers guarantee a dog’s future behavior?

How does following the “natural learning process” apply to Cesar Millan’s training in the “pig bite” case?

Should Cesar be allowed to do his TV show?

Details In this Session


People United for Pets (P.U.P. Dog Rescue)

Rescue Dog of the Week:

Here’s Cody’s page:


Interview with the Director of PUP Dog Rescue:

If you’d like to know more about PUP Dog Rescue and more about how to find a good rescue organization, as well as get some tips about picking a good rescue dog for you, here’s my interview with Laura Tonkin (She’s the Director of PUP Dog Rescue)

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I’ve been training people and dogs in Seattle for the last decade and a half. My main focus when working with clients every week in one-on-one, private lessons is to help people learn to get their dogs to a functional level so that they can actually enjoy spending time every day with their dog instead of stressing about their dog’s behavior issues.

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