Dog Whisperer 3 Seasons 2007

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Season 3
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14. Titan, Candy, and Bella--Show 314 TV-G

A new puppy has "Young and Restless" soap star Michael Damian's cat cornered, MTV's "Downtown" Julie Brown wants to unspoil her Yorkie, and a 120-pound Rottweiler needs anger management training.

Starring:
Cesar Millan
Runtime:
50 minutes
Original air date:
March 9, 2007

Titan, Candy, and Bella--Show 314

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Season 3
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    1. Kobe, Banjo, and Kisses--Show 301 An aggressive one-eyed Australian shepherd needs special treatment. Banjo, a traumatized black and tan coonhound is terrified of people, and Kisses, a not-so-pretty-in-pink Maltese gets a little too excited when guests drop by.

    TV-G 50min October 23, 2006
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    2. Buster, Holli, Spike & Belle--Show 302 Cesar cures Spike's depression with a new friend. Buster, an eight-year-old blue heeler/Australian shepherd mix, is supposed to play the role of family alarm dog, but he does his job a little too well. An American Staffordshire terrier's unconventional skin graft gives Cesar ideas for a different kind of rehabilitation?as a "Biker Dog."

    TV-G 50min October 30, 2006
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    3. Molly, Jane, & Genoa--Show 303 Cesar helps Molly, a blue heeler in Nebraska, get over the trauma caused by an accident involving her owner's pickup truck. Jane, an American Eskimo/border collie mix in Chicago, fears the outside world and just won't go for a walk. Genoa, a golden retriever that seems to be trapped in a nightmare, rampages throughout the house every time her owner comes home.

    TV-G 50min November 6, 2006
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    4. Wilshire & Butch--Show 304 Wilshire, a hyperactive Dalmatian in Los Angeles, runs amuck in Firehouse 29 and the city attorney threatens to take him away if he doesn't shape up. Cesar tries to clear Wilshire's spotty past and make him a role model for fire dogs everywhere. Next, Cesar travels to the Lone Star state, where he meets Butch, an overly aggressive English bulldog and tries to rein in his out-of-control behavior.

    TV-G 49min November 13, 2006
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    5. Maya, Sara and Lilly--Show 305 Diana is the proud owner of Maya, an adopted Border Collie/Spring Spaniel Mix who loves to jump. Maya's jumping causes a whiplash motion, which is detrimental to Diana who recently had major neck surgery. Can Cesar keep Maya grounded? Next, Cesar meets Sara, an overly-aggressive Shepherd mix and Lilly, a pushy Poodle.

    TV-G 50min November 20, 2006
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    6. Sophie and Riley, Aussi and Sasha, Bebe and Lulu-Show 306 A couple of adopted basset hounds have a bad case of sibling rivalry over food, treats and their owners' attention. A dingo mix from Australia hasn't adjusted to her new life in California, and takes it out on other dogs. An overly protective poodle has it in for a pair of new puppies. Can Cesar help these troubled pets?

    TV-G 50min December 11, 2006
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    7. Dasher, Riley and Fosse--Show 307 An Italian greyhound bites the hand that touches his toys; a 125-pound mastiff expands his grudge against the mailman to include skateboarders and other dogs; and a Yorkie has a shocking dislike of home appliances. Can Cesar help?

    TV-G 50min January 5, 2007
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    8. Fondue, Chip, Hope, JoyJoy and Elmer--Show 308 A Hollywood couple had to turn down work because their French bulldog failed the Doggy Daycare entrance exam. Three Jack Russells began to fight each other when their owner got a serious boyfriend. A couple of beagles were fine walking together until one started howling at other dogs. Cesar works his canine magic.

    TV-G 50min January 12, 2007
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    9. Bella, Big Boy, and Gracie--Show 309 After the death of his star companion Marley, Marley and Me author John Grogan gets a new yellow Lab. Just like Marley, Gracie needs lessons in respect. Ultra-cool Paul Frank Industries lets employees bring their dogs to work, but Bella and Big Boy are making office life "ruff." Cesar steps in.

    TV-G 49min January 19, 2007
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    10. Woody, Wally and Kane--Show 310 Cesar shows mail carriers in Roswell, Georgia, how to deal with close encounters of the four-legged kind. Next, Cesar meets a pair of Pomeranians that flip out when left alone and a Swiss mountain dog that turns vicious at feeding time.

    TV-G 50min January 26, 2007
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    11. Skyler, Cassie and Tori--Show 311 An adopted miniature schnauzer compulsively spins in circles, four French bulldogs revolt against their owner, and an abused Lab/chow/shepherd mix needs help accepting love.

    TV-G 50min February 16, 2007
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    12. Dexter and Nasir--Show 312 Singer Patti LaBelle is afraid of her guard dog, an aggressive 150-pound South African boerboel. A Chicago art teacher wants to unify her adopted Rottweiler/shepherd's dual personality. Cesar takes creative control.

    TV-G 49min February 23, 2007
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    13. Calvin, Rudy, and Milo--Show 313 A ridgeback mix needs help recovering from a car accident that left him with three-legs and odd behaviors; a manic Jack Russell chases motorcycles; and a border collie's herding instincts are out of control. Cesar steps in.

    TV-G 49min March 2, 2007
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    14. Titan, Candy, and Bella--Show 314 A new puppy has "Young and Restless" soap star Michael Damian's cat cornered, MTV's "Downtown" Julie Brown wants to unspoil her Yorkie, and a 120-pound Rottweiler needs anger management training.

    TV-G 50min March 9, 2007
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    15. Joe, Penny, and Promise--Show 315 An Australian shepherd is so devoted to his owner he breaks leashes to be with her; a neurotic beagle makes trouble for a pack of foster dogs; and an Italian mastiff puppy fears riding in cars. Can Cesar help this troubled trio?

    TV-G 49min March 30, 2007
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    16. Bodhi, Bojo, Maggie and Molly--Show 316 Donna's Bloodhound/Catahoula mix, Bojo, is aggressive when it comes to food- attacking Tippy, a rescued female stray during meal time. Also, Molly and Maggie, two territorial Malteses and a Kerry Blue Terrier in need of some calm assertive energy.

    TV-G 49min July 9, 2007
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    17. Various dogs, Chloe--Show 317 Cesar Millan joins the brave volunteers of United Hope for Animals in their mission to rescue stray pets, and to educate the citizens of Tijuana about the serious problem of overpopulation of dogs and cats in Mexico. Later, Cesar meets Chloe, a Cocker Spaniel who needs to learn to respect her owner.

    TV-G 49min July 16, 2007
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    18. Various dogs, Chuy, Jack and Carmine--Show 318 When several tenants? canines can't seem to get along, Cesar is called in to restore some peace to a dog friendly apartment. Also, Cesar meets two Chihuahuas and a Jack Russell Terrier who can't seem to get along. Will Cesar be able to pacify this unruly mob?

    TV-G 49min July 23, 2007
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    19. Cotton, Ricky, Lila and Duke--Show 319 Cesar meets Cotton, an American Eskimo watchdog who takes his role too far; a Shiba Inu with a mean streak named Ricky; and Lila, a boxer who was attacked by another dog one day in the park, and has since become more aggressive. Will Cesar be able to block this belligerent boxer's bad attitude?

    TV-G 50min July 30, 2007
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    20. Amber, Snoopy and Schroeder--Show 320 Cesar visits Peter and Barbara Beer, a mild mannered couple who can't seem to control their high-strung Golden Retriever mix; Snoopy, a belligerent Bearded Collie; and Schroeder, an adopted a Lhasa Apso/Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix with a bad case of separation anxiety.

    TV-G 49min August 7, 2007

Product Details

Genres Kids & Family
Director SueAnn Fincke, Mark Hufnail
Starring Cesar Millan
Season year 2007
Network Screen Media
Executive Producer Nicholas Bunker
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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The biker dog segment is a good example.
Rufus Quail
Big fan of Caesar Millan, his ability to teach me as a dog owner and how he changes the lives of dog owners and their dogs.
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It's still going to require much time, training for me and my dog, but to start on the right foot is a big help!
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By V. Messner on July 27, 2008
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You'd think after watching the first two seasons of this show, that I'd begin to anticipate Cesar's dignosis for each set of human/pet combinations he works with, yet I'm still left dumbfounded after each episode, continuously amazed at this man's instinctive understanding of dog/human interaction.

In this 3rd season, Cesar takes to the road and visits a wide variety of locations. The formula remains basically the same, but why fix what isn't broken? If you're a dog lover who enjoyed the first two seasons, there's no reason you shouldn't enjoy the third.

Amidst the sea of garbage television, Dog Whisperer continues to be one of the only shows I enjoy, and certainly one of the only I'll purchase. May there be many more seasons to come.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Rufus Quail on October 9, 2008
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With his super-hero theme playing of over footage of Cesar Millan racing to an emergency call, yet another Dog Whisperer episode begins. In Season Three, Cesar has ditched the fire-engine red Jeep for a more upscale ride. I miss the Jeep. It was so Cesar.

Far from settling into an easy routine of formulaic shows, Dog Whisperer continues to turn out fresh, well-crafted, rewarding, highly entertaining episodes.

This series seemingly could go on forever. The material is endlessly fascinating. I'm still a little confused as to when to invoke the "no touch, no talk, no eye contact" guideline. Sometimes Cesar makes eye contact with a canine client without explaining why it's OK this time but not others. I would like him to clarify this, perhaps as a bonus feature.

I would also like to see a guide to episodes so viewers can quickly access segments by subject matter. Cesar's website has capsules of some, but oddly not all, segments.

Molly the Tire Biter
This is one of the best segments because we see Cesar's joy at returning to this farming roots. He's accompanied by the handsome pit bull Daddy, a confirmed city slicker. The farm is a beautiful spread outside Omaha. At one point Cesar is invited to pilot a combine (mammoth harvester), and Cesar gushes, "This is better than Hawaii!"

The segment is the origin of the Yee-haw! Cesar delivers from the driver's seat of a tractor during the Dog Whisperer opening sequence.

The farm's working dog Molly, a Blue Heeler, has developed a dangerous tire-bite fixation. The farmer and his comely daughter have tried an e-collar without success. An e-collar delivers a humane stimulus to deter unwanted behavior.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Diva of De Books on August 4, 2008
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Just when we think we've viewed/read/used the best Cesar Millan-Dog Whisperer has to offer......we get even better! There just is no comparison or equal to Cesar Millan DVDs for a dog owner (dog, since mine comes running when he hears Cesar's voice to watch too). Dog owners who have chosen to give their dogs the 'best' have turned to Cesar Millan for help, and have received a make-over they absolutely love. You just can't get any better than being the "Pack Leader" your dog needs to be in balance, happy and healthy without Cesar Millan-Dog Whisperer.

Season 3 is definitely one to add to your Cesar Millan "Tool Kit", it's definitely one you will not want to be without. No way to get as good or use again and again and again. This one is pure "magic" and more. Five stars simply doesn't do it for this ten star DVD. What makes it even more helpful is having the " The Ultimate Episode Guide" to go with it.

Elaine G. (Clinton,NY)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. D. Lawrence on November 18, 2008
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I've been a fan of Cesar for a number of years and found that this season, he gets more in depth as to the subtle sign that dogs give as indicaters or warnings. The DVD is great for getting a second or third look at the different scenarios. For people with dogs and people who just love them, Cesar is a MUST! He is informative, humorous, and warm. His way with dogs is unmatched and his way with poor dog owners is as enlightening as it is humorous. These people really do need help!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lola on July 14, 2010
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Thank's to Cesar Millan. I am a dog owner. Me and my dog Mr. Schroeder (12 years old, from a dog shelter) had had lessons with three Dog-Trainers for two years, but nothing really helps, until I discovered what Cesar did, how he is treating and teaching a dog and showed the owners to do it right. And what a surprise. My little pug-mix-berserk became a pug-mix. I continue practicing Cesars teachings and every day it's going better and better. No fightings any longer, no barking. We are just on the walk. Even the other dog owners in our neigbourhood realized, that something is going on with Mr. Schroeder - something good. We can meet other dogs, they enjoy each other. Last week Mr. Schroeder helps to catch another dog that was all alone in the street and was completely lost, anxious and bit everyone who wants to touch him. We calmed him down until the people from the shelter came to pick him up. The same evening, the owners were found and this dog went back to his owners. Very lucky little guy. I was very proud of Mr. Schroeder.

I can only say: It works. I hope that very soon we will have the show to be seen on German television (translated into German), so that more people can benefit from Cesar's teachings. This would be very useful. Or much better: Cesar will show up in Germany for a big tour. I want to be the first one to shake hands with him and say THANK YOU, CESAR.
(I apologize for my bad English)
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