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to serve all of a dog’s needs—not just the basics, but also instinctual, emotion- al, and spiritual through the DPC. Our primary goal is to provide information and education, while becoming a desti- nation for dogs and the people who love and respect them,” Cesar told us. He elucidated, “It’s imperative to


treat a dog as an individual. Dogs do not fail us. Human choices and our lack of knowledge are to blame. We defend our own perceptions, even when they are not in our (or the dog’s) best interests. We can’t even agree on dog-related issues as a country, a community and


Cesar enjoys The New Barker with Junior. “He is very entertaining and down


to earth when he speaks,” said Anna Cusack, who traveled from Florence, South Carolina for the workshop. “He was captivating the entire time. When he says he rehabilitates dogs and trains humans, that’s exactly what he is doing. The classes were geared to finding out about ourselves and what we bring to the mix with the dogs. It was very eye- opening for me,” she added. DOGS WILL NATURALLY GRAVITATE TO THE PERSONWHO IS MOST BALANCED. During the workshop, Millan was


candid about how his personal chal- lenges in life have shaped him. How he came to the United States illegally and worked years for free to get a foothold. How he was called crazy for walking perceived bully breeds off leash. And how he weathered some recent person- al and financial difficulties. When Millan hit bottom in May, 2010, it seemed nothing mattered to him. He had lost his family, his beloved dog Daddy and everything he built. His brand, his repu- tation, were crumbling around him. “I had so much rage and sadness,” he admitted. During those worst of times, even his dogs kept their distance. “Dogs don’t follow an unstable leader. And at that time, I was very unstable,” said Cesar.


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sometimes even within a family. By adopting a philosophy of helping dogs by educating ourselves, we can learn to honor a dog’s true identity, while respecting the animal we spend our lives with. I believe harmony and balance can be achieved between dogs and humans—to the point where euthaniza- tion, breed specific legislation (BSL) and overpopulation may become things of the past.” In watching Cesar interact with


dogs, everything Monica thought about him before was confirmed. “I am a spir- itual person and I think Cesar was born with a gift. He came to earth with a mission to help dogs and people. My hope is that our relationship with this amazing person is long-lasting, and that it helps him rehabilitate dogs and train people.”


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