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Pacog | Germany | 05/16/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"We returned this item. We had already ordered the complete 1st and 2nd Seasons. This DVD was full of Highlights of the 1st Season. Had we known this we would have spared Amazon the shipping costs both ways. As far as Cesar Millan is concerned, he is amazing. I would recommend this
series to anyone who dosen't want to order the complete series."
Carole-joy Evert | Denver, CO | 02/27/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Those persons who have watched the National Geographic programs featuring Cesar Millan, those that have read his books, have varied ideas regarding his "training" techniques. The man does NOT claim to be a "dog trainer"!
From my experience, I have found that the people who 'get it', understand that he is rehabing dangerous dogs on the brink of being put to sleep. The methods he uses are for dogs whose days are down to zero. He features really bad dogs not seen or likely to be seen in any public training class or doggie day care center. Understanding that this is behavior which is NOT for John Q. Public to deal with. However, John Q. Public does need to be able to recognize a dog whose behavior is dangerous. This book will help, hopefully, to prevent dogs and their owners from getting into serious behavior problems leading to a serious combative incident and to seek help before that level is reached."
Ask your dog
Lola | Bochum | 08/09/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"ahh... Mr Schroeder, the pug-mix, is not interested in writing... he's asking for a walk. Good boy - he watched Cesar Millan. So! Let's go.
I was very happy about Cesar's ideas. I love to go for a walk with my dog, except meeting other dogs. But now I can work on this issue, because I have a better understanding what my dog needs, and what I have to do in a dangerous situation my dog is able to create in one second. (It's a dog from the dog-shelter. The first 5 month with this fellow were very exciting!)
oh, Mr Schroeder - brings the leash in. I really have to go now...