Tonight, on Cesar 911 Cesar Millan is back in his element, rehabilitating a whole new cast of dogs and training their owners.
Emotions are higher than ever this seasons as some of these cases reach their breaking point. Cesar, summoned by a whistle-blower in the community, must come to the aid of these dog owners. If they can’t get their dogs under control, they’re in serious jeopardy.
This week is a heart-breaking tale of a family on the verge of tearing apart over their overly-aggressive American Bulldog, Gunny and their excitable rottweiler, Bastian. Jim McKendrick, the husband and whistle-blower is at his wit’s end with the out of control dogs and his wife. He fears their son’s life is in imminent danger if the dogs can’t be rehabilitated. Gunny, the American Bulldog, has already attacked their young son at only three years old twice.
Joy, Jim’s wife, horse trainer and animal lover, is protective of their dogs and believes they can absolutely make a turnaround for the better. This rift the dogs have created in their lives has pulled them in such separate directions the word divorce has made it’s way into the conversation. Can Cesar rehabilitate these dogs and help the McKendricks focus back on their marriage? Learn more about their story below.
See what Cesar and the Dog Psychology Center does for the dogs in this episode TONIGHT February 27 at 9P on Cesar 911.