Tina Madden, who works in a vet’s office, adopted NuNu, a stray who was brought into the office. He attacks her roommate, Barclay Quinn, and anyone else who gets near Tina. Cesar tells them that since NuNu is a nervous dog, giving him affection while he is anxious nurtures the nervous state of mind. Cesar sits next to Tina to provoke the unwanted behavior, and NuNu goes nuts; Cesar calmly holds NuNu without giving him attention while he gets over his hissy fit. Then he teaches them to master the walk. They learn to stop the escalation of excitement before it becomes aggression.
Marina Dahlen and her son, Emmett, have a Great Dane named Kane, who is terrified of any shiny surface. He once slipped on a linoleum floor and stunned himself hitting a glass door; now he refuses to walk on shiny floors, including the school building where he used to go with Marina. Cesar walks with Kane, then approaches the school building at a trot, using Kane’s own forward momentum to propel him through the doorway. They stop just inside the door to let Kane adjust, and at first, Kane slips as if he’s on ice. Cesar patiently and calmly edges him into the hallway and in a few minutes Kane is walking easily. Four days later Marina takes Kane to her class to celebrate his birthday.
Host Cesar Millan tames a Lab mix that attacks other dogs---and his owner when she tries to restrain him. Also: a Chinese crested with an owner that can't get her to relax.
Scared of everything, Ruby deals with her neuroses by biting. And Rana the sheltie deals with everything by eating. Despite these very different problems, Cesar shows how they can be handled the same way.
Meet Josh, a lively Maltese poodle mix who won't let anyone go near him with a brush. Then meet Boomer, a clown-like dog that must always be the center of attention.
The trouble with Harry is that anything on wheels drives him berserk. And shadows send Brooks into a tizzy. In both cases, Cesar must teach the dogs and their owners how to cure these anxious obsessions.
Cesar tries to save Coach, a boxer that may be put down for biting a man, and then he tries to find out why Sueki is not too fond of leashes.
A photographer wants his dog Pepper to stop barking in the studio; Slick, a rescued Puli with an abusive past, needs counseling.
Ava chases her tail constantly. Could the problem be neurological? Meanwhile, Gus says, "Hello!" by throwing his 100-pound (45.36 kilogram) body at unsuspecting people. But is this strange way of greeting people just part of his breeding?
Churchill is usually a well-mannered dog, but when he's around other animals he turns into a monster. And lovable pit bull Maya sometimes gets a bit too wrapped up in all operations of the household!
Cesar Millan tames Bubba, a Maltese that was spoiled by a previous owner, and Garret, a German shepherd that won't stop chasing his tail.
A pit bull that's nasty to other dogs visits Cesar's six-week boot camp.Emily the pit bull had become so quick to attack other dogs in the neighborhood that her owners could no longer walk her. So it's off to Cesar's six-week boot camp to show Emily some manners.
Rescued mastiff Hank has come a long way ... but still has far to go. Meanwhile, temperamental Chihuahua Paris snaps at anyone who dares get near him. But are the owners the ones who need to learn discipline?
A wheelchair-bound woman struggles to keep her German shepherd in line; an aggressive Lhasa Apso named Sasha has been biting its owners for 12 years.
When Bob walks his dog Jake, all is well. But when Linda takes over the reins, Jake goes mad to protect her. Meanwhile, will 10-year-old Chantel ever be able to walk her 150-pound (68 kilogram) Rottweiler, King?
Of all the Yorkies in the Vener household, Scrawny is the favorite. But popularity has gone to this dog's head. Meanwhile, whatever Lola the Dalmatian wants, Lola gets. But can too much of a good thing be bad for both these dogs?
Cesar comes to the rescue of a lovable beagle that nonetheless terrorized an entire neighborhood. Then, Cesar helps depressed and aggressive Alice find inner peace.
Daniela and Chad adopted Caper from a rescue organization, only to find that she had never been trained! And four-year-old pit bull Julius is a scaredy-cat when it comes to ... everything. Can Cesar's assertive approach work for these misfit mutts?
Entertaining at the Francescon home has stopped, because friends and family are afraid to face the untrainable dog lurking within. Even Cesar has his hands full! Meanwhile, two-year-old Jordan forgets he's not a puppy anymore.
Sunshine is a champion Doberman in the show ring, but on the street she can't wait to sink her teeth into another dog. Cesar may need a padded suit to train her, as well as a yellow Lab named Teddy who's anything but cuddly.
German shepherd Pepsi loves his owner—but isn't too fond of her husband! Then, General Hospital actress Jacklyn Zeman is at her wits' end and asks Cesar to help teach her dog to heel.
Abused his whole life, Nicki has finally found a loving home. But has too much damage already been done? Cesar helps the four-year-old Rottweiler adjust to her new life.
A Westie named Percy has grown into quite a handful for his ever-patient owner. And bad memories make a pit bull named Justice afraid to go for a walk.
Stewart, a chow/golden retriever mix, was quiet at the pound, but became a barker in his new home. Beagle-mix Buddy makes a beeline for the house whenever anyone turns on the garden hose.
Lucy is an odd Dalmatian. Affectionate one minute and angry the next, she’s made her owners afraid for the well-being of their newborn. Then meet Lizzie, who is obsessed with running—all day long.
Sophie’s owners want her to stop horsing around their horses before she gets hurt. Can Cesar teach her some manners? Then there’s Daisy, a yellow Lab, who believes she rules the house, but Cesar plans on teaching her who the real leader of the pack is.
Herding-mix Boyfriend was a stray who came complete with trust issues. Can Cesar help to build his confidence and lessen his fear towards people? Then, actress and tv host Daisy Fuentes has a problem with her English bulldog Alfie. Can Cesar get things moving in the right direction?