Cesar Millan Says G'Day to Problem Dogs Down Under
Why should American dogs get all the fun? Tonight, Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan heads to Australia for the first of two special episodes south of the equator. In Dog Whisperer: Cesar Goes Down Under, Millan helps to tame three dogs: Willow, Bonnie and Jack. All have persistent problems – Great Dane Willow bites her owner, Bonnie the bearded collie battles aggression issues, and 150-lb. French mastiff Jack harasses visitors – but Millan tackles them with his trademark soft touch.
"I was amazed that even on the other side of the world, many of the dog problems are the same as here in the U.S.," Millan said. "The owners may have a different accent, but they still need to be trained!"
In the second installment, Dog Whisperer: Cesar in Oz, airing Jan. 8, Millan meets three more problematic pups. Sydney, a 9-year-old Weimaraner, was attacked by a man riding on a postie motorbike – the vehicle used by Australian mail carriers – and is now aggressive toward anyone riding one. Australian red cattle dog Astro barks at everything, including his owners making the bed, and needs help controlling his voice. And finally, Millan meets 4-year-old Vincent, a shar-pei who won't stop attacking other dogs – and his owner.
Check out the clip above, where Millan meets Great Dane Willow!
Tune in to the National Geographic Channel tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT for Cesar Goes Down Under, and on Friday, Jan. 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT for Cesar In Oz. Also, be sure to check out the channel's Dog Whisperer Week, featuring back-to-back favorite episodes running from tonight through Friday, Jan. 1.
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