Describes what happened on each episode in the first three seasons of "Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan," grouping the episodes based on the behavioral problems of the dogs; gives a follow-up on how each dog is doing now; and provides tips for handling dogs with similar problems.
Wilshire, a hyperactive Dalmatian in Los Angeles, runs amuck in Firehouse 19, forcing the chief and his crew to call in Cesar for help. Cesar tries to make Wilshire a role model for fire dogs everywhere. Next, Cesar travels to the Lone Star state, where he meets Butch, an overly aggressive English Bulldog. Cesar will attempt to rein in his dominant and territorial behavior.
Professional dog trainer Cesar Millan demonstrates how to correct canine aggression problems with several of his toughest cases, including Matilda, the skateboard munching bulldog, vicious Min Pin, and Chip and Bandit, the ferocious Chihuahua.
"Cesar Millan's dog psychology center is both home and refuge to as many as fifty dogs, boasting canines from celebrity clients to those deemed 'unfixable', to dogs belonging to the Millan family itself. The pack is a vital took and helps Cesar in rehabilitating a wide variety of problem dogs."--Container.