Lisa Edelstein Asks the Dog Whisperer to Make a House Call
One of her rescues, an American Eskimo mix named Wolf E., brought Edelstein and Millan together.
"Cesar was like a little pit bull himself!" Edelstein tells Cesar's Way magazine in its May issue. "He was the alpha dog, establishing himself as the leader by walking out front. And I began to see what I was doing wrong."
Edelstein has been rescuing animals since she was 11, when she first took in a pregnant stray cat. Many dog and cat rescues later, she is now the proud owner two rescue dogs, Shazam and Kapow.
"It takes very little to make the dogs feel happy," Edelstein says. "And then you feel better about yourself."
For more about Lisa Edelstein and her rescue adventures, check out the latest issue of Cesar's Way, on newsstands now.
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