Dogs Usually Heaven Sent, Turn Out To Be The Opposite:
Dogs are heaven-sent and they usually give us unrivaled love and protection. They make our lives ten times happier, but in this case, Cesar Millan was called in to teach an aggressive dog to behave.
Those are the rules but unfortunately, there are exceptions to the rules. We are referring to dogs that seem to have eschewed all known canine stereotypes.
They don’t want to be man’s best friends. They wish to be man’s worst villains. These dogs act like they were bred by Satan himself.
Still, these villainy dogs are loved by their gracious humans. Despite these dogs’ behavioral issues, their humans refuse to give up on them. That’s where dog experts like Cesar Millan come in.
Cesar Millan Dog Training Dog Aggression:
Cesar Millan is an accomplished dog trainer. He helps dog owners deal with their aggressive canine companions. His goal is to turn bad dogs into good dogs.
In our featured video, Cesar Millan takes on a villainy dog that goes by the name Dora. Meet her in the video below.
Dora is a Yorkshire terrier mix. She’s small and cute. Despite her size, however, her personality is quite big.
And we use the phrase “big personality” as a euphemism. Literally, Dora’s a pain in the neck. According to Dora’s caretaker, Gemma, the dog’s quite dominant over the other dogs under their care.
Dora likes to intimidate her canine peers. She pounces onto them. Yes, she’s the exact opposite of the gentle Dora you know from TV, who’s probably her namesake.
Dora Meets Her Match With Cesar Millan:
Cesar Millan meets with Gemma and Dora. The dog does not like the situation she finds herself in, and she makes it a point that her dissatisfaction is felt by her caretaker and Cesar. But our dog whisperer is not one to give up.
For an entire day, Cesar does his magic on Dora. He lets the dog go through a series of rehabilitation exercises. The improvement in the dog’s behavior is apparent during these activities and her aggression has been taken in hand, consequently a nicer Dora for her owner.
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