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César Millán: Better Human Better Dog returns for a second season ‘Pawesome’ on National Geographic | News


Today, National Geographic announced the second season of your favorite series of skins, CÉSAR MILLÁN: BEST HUMAN BEST DOG, premieres July 22 at 9/8c on National Geographic. This season brings 12 all-new episodes with a fur-miliar dog behavior specialist in the business, César Millán. All-new episodes will air Fridays at 9/8c and 10/9c on National Geographic, and Saturdays at 10/9c and 11/10c on Nat Geo WILD.

Following his epic debut on the series, this season brings brand new cases to Cesar’s famed dog retirement ranch in California, Dog Psychology Center, where canines arrive with their problems and leave on their best behavior. See how César uses the latest research in animal psychology to work not only with pets but more importantly with their owners to find respect and harmony between the two parties.

Transformations include those like an aggressive Rhodesian Ridgeback learning to trust his owner; a dog that bites and mounts anyone who approaches him finally drops his “guard” and lets his owner in; German shepherd owners develop calming and trusting techniques to prevent their dog from urinating inappropriately, and more.

Episode descriptions and premiere dates are as follows:

“Best Friend Bodyguard” Premieres Friday, July 22 at 9/8c

César is about to help a couple of packs. One is desperate to fix his fearsome and aggressive Rhodesian Ridgeback named Simba, whose trust issues with his pet parent have created a fiercely overprotective hostility that threatens anyone who crosses his path. The other pack is being held hostage by an anxious and confused mini schnauzer named Otto.

“Guard of the Yard” Premieres Friday, July 22 at 10/9c

Cesar rehabilitates Hendrix, a self-made guard dog who bites and mounts anyone who comes near him because the family was afraid and isolated him. Cesar teaches Hendrix to let his guard down and return to being a respectful dog while he helps Genesis, the owner, put aside his fear of him and rediscover the leader he carries within her.

“Frozen in Fear” premieres Friday, July 29 at 9/8c

Cesar is called in to help two professional ballroom dancers who accepted more than they could handle by adopting Zoe, a chihuahua who is petrified by the world around her. Cesar uses traditional and non-traditional methods to transform her into a calmer, happier and more obedient dog who can be with her pet in the dance studio.

“Bitten By Love” Premieres Friday, July 29 at 10/9c

Cesar helps a desperate couple with a newborn baby whose Corgi has bitten his pet parent over 30 times. After getting the dog out of his house, Cesar realizes that his mother’s energy and past are playing against him. And later, Cesar comes to the aid of two private dog park owners and their German spitz mix guarding the park has become a liability to the business.

“Ten Years to Life” premieres Friday, August 5 at 9/8c

Cesar helps the Mayo family with their pit bull Molly, who has been confined to the backyard for 10 years after an incident at a dog park. Cesar teaches the pet parents how to take a leadership role, and Molly returns to her backup position. Next, Cesar shows Craig and Shannon Callahan how to use calm and confidence to prevent their German Shepherd Jeffrey from urinating inappropriately.

“Dog Therapy” Premieres Friday, August 5 at 10/9c

Cesar sets out to help a pair of rambunctious young dogs, a chocolate Labrador and a golden retriever, and their overwhelmed pet owners, pushed to the brink of collapse by the pandemic. Cesar devises a unique way for pet owners to take control as pack leaders and earn the much-needed dog respect that has been sorely lacking in the relationship.

“Moving Forward” premieres Friday, August 12 at 9/8c

Cesar helps a grieving couple with their nervous Shar-Pei. The death of his pack leader left him feeling lost, causing him to lash out in fear at his own pet parent’s. And later, a pit bull’s peculiar and retrograde behavior is a danger to his pet parent, who lost her leg in a serious accident. Cesar teaches both families how to move forward calmly and confidently.

“Ticking Bomb” Premieres Friday, August 12 at 10/9c

Cesar is called in on a red zone case involving two powerful races that have begun fighting, hunting and killing small animals in his backyard. Now they have turned their aggression against each other causing chaos in the house and Cesar needing to get some air. Also, César meets a retired couple whose retirement has been anything but pleasant as his terrier has closed his world.

“Appetite for Destruction” Premieres Friday, August 19 at 9/8c

In Laguna Hills, a pack of four dogs destroys everything they can. Pet mom Sherry must acknowledge her own anxiety in order to calm the whole family. Then, in La Cañada, the Lee family, including two girls, are being pushed into traffic by their pack during walks. Mother Gina must learn to lead with confidence if her dogs and her children are to be safe.

“Silent Biter” Premieres Friday, August 19 at 10/9c

Cesar helps a couple who fear for their young son because their poodle-chihuahua mix feels the need to protect his nervous mother. And later, a family of four adopted a husky to unite them after a divorce, but his escape artist ways are driving them apart.

“Avocado Aggression” Premieres Friday, August 26 at 9/8c

Cesar rehabilitates a Doberman who can’t stop looking for threats and finding them in his own home in the form of a pack mate. It’s a real emergency with violent fights between the brothers as the couple’s two young children play nearby. Cesar later steps in when a jingle-wrapped Jindo-pit mix threatens his owner’s relocation plans.

“Unleash the Hulk” premieres Friday, August 26 at 10/9c

Cesar sets out to help a young bulldog named Jaxx, who has been holding his family prisoner in his own home. His pet mother, Priscilla, has been so controlled by his fears that Jaxx is now confused and aggressive. It’s up to Cesar to help the two create a calm environment led by boundaries and clear direction.

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About Cesar Millan:

With more than 25 years of experience and with his new TV show, “Better Human, Better Dog”, now on National Geographic and Disney+; César Millán is a household name and the internationally acclaimed 3-time Emmy nominated star of several hit television series aired and broadcast in over 120 countries. A New York Times #1 bestselling author and accomplished global public speaker, Millán is also an entrepreneur with an innovative product line that includes his signature and widely popular training courses under his Training César’s Way brand. César Millán is one of the most valued authorities in the field of canine behavior and rehabilitation. He is the only famous world-renowned dog behaviorist and has taken it to another level with his mission through the César Millán Foundation for Better Humans, Better Planet.

Through his teachings, millions of people have learned that energy is everything. He is committed to spreading his message of calm, confidence, love and joy in everything we do, which is what he will find at his ever-growing 43-acre paradise, the Santa Clarita Dog Psychology Center. By understanding animals and nature, he has allowed himself to see humanity and understand all its facets and complications.

Cesar has become a pop culture phenomenon and is a go-to for many of today’s celebrities, athletes, world leaders, and entrepreneurs. From flattering skits on “South Park” and “Saturday Night Live”; references to popular shows like “Jeopardy!” and “The Colbert Report”; and appearances on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” “Dr. Oz,” “The Today Show,” “The View” and “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”; Univision, Telemundo, HOLA USA and others. After 25 years of his journey, you will find that Cesar only spreads more of his message and continues to grow his massive social media following of over 19 million people worldwide. Cesar is moving forward on his journey with purpose and you can follow this journey at

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PUB: 07/20/2022 09:00 AM/DISC: 07/20/2022 09:03 AM

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