Dog Whisperer

Season 2 Episode 14

Pups on Parole, Eton & Dolly

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Apr 21, 2006 on National Geographic Wild
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This was an especially powerful episode where Cesar dealt with problems would not be often seen. First he worked with a couple who have three dogs, two of them aggressive bulldogs who have been constantly fighting even though they had been together happily for years. Then he spent two days working with the Pups on Parole program at the Southern Nevada Women’s Correctional Center, helping the inmates learn how to deal with the individual problems of the dogs assigned to them and as a pack working with the dogs together.moreless
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  • If you never watch any other episode this season, don’t miss this one.

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    Cesar works with two aggressive bulldogs together, which would seem to be an impossible task. Then you add into this mix, a cocker spaniel and a cat. The owner’s were very receptive to what Cesar taught them and in three weeks, had all three dogs walking together each morning before Cesar came back with the intention of teaching how to do just that. Then, in the second segment, he spent two days teaching a group of 40 women inmates at a correction center in Nevada. I got chills while I was watching this, seeing the way these women were learning to do something so life-affirming and positive that it will have an impact on the rest of their lives and make them grow as individuals. I could see the seeds of change that his being there and teaching them to do something so positive-then they will continue to learn from each other and teach those who join them in the future, and the ones leaving will take this with them and use this skill in possibly many areas of the rest of their lives. The things the women had to say about the program and Cesar’s visit had me reaching for tissues more than once.moreless

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