"There is nothing more rewarding than taking a pack of 40 dogs to the beach for a pack walk," says Cesar Millan of his work with canines.
A typical day at work for Cesar Millan might include putting on his running shoes and taking a four-hour jog though the mountains with 40 dogs—dogs large and small, young and old, and none of them on leashes.
Amazingly, most of those dogs belong to him. The rest are at the heart of his work; they are troubled dogs sent to Millan to learn good behavior.
Obviously Millan, star of the National Geographic Channel's show Dog Whisperer and author of the best-selling book Cesar's Way, has a special gift for working with these animals.
Growing up on a farm in Mexico, Millan knew he wanted to work with dogs. His first job, at age 15, was helping a veterinarian.
He was so good at calming scared dogs and handling all kinds of situations, people started calling him el perrero, Spanish for "the dog boy." Since then, he has built a rewarding career around his favorite anima
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