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10 Life Lessons From the Dog Whisperer

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  1. Now I know why my wife always scratches me behind the ears…lol. 🙂

    Be encouraged!

  2. Love him and great post!

  1. January 23, 2013

    […] 10 Life Lessons From the Dog Whisperer […]

  2. November 15, 2014

    […] Cesar Milan often works with dogs that are in the “red zone,” the canine equivalent of fight or flight. He cautions the owners from providing affection when their dog is in that heightened state because it is rewarding the animal for being in the red zone. Instead, he waits until the dogs are relaxed and only then does he try to train or reward them. […]

  3. November 24, 2014

    […] According to Cesar, dogs process the world through their noses first, followed by their ears and eyes.  Obviously, we tend to use those senses in reverse and we all too often expect that from out pets.  Cesar advocated working with the nature of the animal so that you get the results you are looking for with the least amount of resistance.  Look around you.  Not everyone perceives the world the way you do.  Do you expect them to conform to you, or do you allow them to use their nature? Read the rest of the post. […]

  4. April 4, 2017

    […] Blog post: 10 Life Lessons From the Dog Whisperer […]

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