A Labrador that is obsessed with its owners swimming pool. A dog is frightened by some skateboarders and has performance issues at competitions. An aggressive Chihuahua is in need of rehabilitation and its owners need training.
A leadership lacking episode, except for the Dog Whisperer. First we have a rescue German Shepherd that is apprehensive towards other people and dogs who often hides under a desk. Next is a Dachshund duo with an aggressive member who rules the house. Last is a pug who shows no respect for his owner or fellow pet pig.
Buddy is a Labrador and Staffordshire mix who from the beginning has had problems which steadily grew to animal killing instincts. Teddy is a poodle who spins out of control when cars pass by him on walks. Matilda is a bulldog who is obsessed with skateboards and other moving objects.
JonBee is a Korean Jindo that was rescued from the streets. As he recovered he became more aggressive and would not submit to his owner.
Violet and Hudson is about a pair of Great Danes in which one is out of control in the house.
Buford is a boxer who lost its mate and the owner wants Cesar to help find a new mate.
In this episode, Cesar works with a couple whose relationship is at risk due to their pit mixes-the dogs aggression toward each other makes it impossible for the couple to spend time together with their dogs. The second segment is about a dane mix who will eat absolutely anything-resulting in surgery to remove an obstruction. They hope that Cesar can help stop him from this destructive and dangerous behavior. The third segment is about the three Katrina dogs who hopefully will be reunited with their families.
In the first segment, Cesar works with a couple who have a fearful-aggressive papillon/corgi mix who needs medications but will do anything, including biting, to avoid the treatment.
In the second segment, he works with two young women who have adopted two rottweiler puppies they found as strays. The dogs are becoming aggressive in their play, especially with the ladies young niece. Cesar helps them get the dogs under control and trustworthy around children.
In the third segment, Cesar takes on a frightened Vizsla named Booker who is having a very hard time adapting to living in the city after his early months in a quiet, country atmosphere.
In this episode, Cesar spends some time at a dog park, helping some owners learn how to prepare their dogs to be in the park with other dogs. People should understand that a dog park should be equivalent to a person going to Starbucks-a place to kick back and socialize, not the only source of exercise. The dogs should be walked before going to the dog park so that they have some of their excess energy worked off. The dog park should be the reward for good behavior-not the place for their only source of exercise. In the second segment, Cesar works with a woman who has panic disorder and is trying to prepare her dog to take the Public Access Test to gain her Service Dog credential for her dog.
Cesar works with a very aggressive min pin named Chip who has absolutely ruled the roost in his home, even attacking members of the family. After Chip spends two weeks at the Dog Psychology Center, the family comes and learns how to continue the improvement at home.
In the second segment, Cesar works with three dogs belonging to actress Denise Richards. They have started to become aggressive toward visitors and Denise learns how to control their behavior before it gets out of hand and to address whichever dog is being the instigator.
In the third segment, Cesar teaches an empty-nester mom how to draw on her excellent mothering skills to regain control of her basset hound puppy who is manipulating her by refusing to walk if he doesnt want to do something.
In this episode Cesar works with an aggressive German shepherd who, very unlike his much-loved predecessor, would and has attacked people and animals outside the family, and appears to want to hug the family cat.
Then he deals with a teacher who has adopted a second sheltie from rescue, but this dog attacks the vacuum, her hair dryer, etc., in addition to barking non-stop in the car, generally making himself unpleasant. This is putting strain on her relationship with her parents, who dog-sit for her during the day.
In the third segment, Cesar works with woman who has two rescued dogs, one a chow mix and one a pit mix. The pit mix particularly is causing a problem in her relationship with her fianc, to the point where the wedding was postponed until the dog situation was resolved.
In the first segment, Cesar works with a couple who have an out of control lab who was even kicked out of a dog training class.
In the second segment, he has a more complex problem to solve. A young couple has recently married and one of their dogs is having a hard time with the changes. He has become quite aggressive, and since they are expecting their first child, they are anxious to bring both their dogs under control so they will not be a threat to the new baby.
In the third segment Cesar has an easy time teaching a shar pei to not attack the TV every time there are dogs on the screen.
In the first segment Cesar works with a Los Angeles Lakers VP and her Maltese who has become aggressive after being attacked by two large dogs in a park. He helps her let go of her guilt at not having protected Princess in that incident.
In the second segment, he counsels with another couple who have spoiled their Pomeranian, Prada, after the loss of their other dog. He teaches them how to take back their lives and help Prada to be able to interact with other dogs.
In the third segment, Cesar helps a woman who has rescued a very aggressive rottweiler but finds that he is more than she can easily handle after he recovers from a serious illness.
Cesar works with Heather Mitchell and Nate Clesowich to rehabilitate Eppie, a Stafford Bull Terrier. Eppie has become very dog aggressive and makes walking her a nightmare.
In the second segment, he deals with a dog who has become fearful aggressive, especially barking at the owners mother, who has reached the point where she cant stand Lady.
In the third segment, Cesar helps a family with a very active young beagle who has begun to run in the yard, sniffing and yelping until his nose is bloody.
This was an especially powerful episode where Cesar dealt with problems would not be often seen. First he worked with a couple who have three dogs, two of them aggressive bulldogs who have been constantly fighting even though they had been together happily for years. Then he spent two days working with the Pups on Parole program at the Southern Nevada Womens Correctional Center, helping the inmates learn how to deal with the individual problems of the dogs assigned to them and as a pack working with the dogs together.
In the first segment, Cesar works with a couple who have two min pins that are hyperactive to the point of biting visitors to the home and are harming their home-based business. Cesar also deals with Marias fear of large dogs.
In the second segment, he takes a rock-obsessed Rhodesian ridgeback/pit mix to the Center to help him learn to engage in more appropriate dog activities. Punkin has a great time and quickly loses interest in rocks.
In the third segment, Cesar helps a young woman with a very frightened adopted stray. Molly soon learns to adjust her energy to help Maddy relax and feel more confident about men.
Cesar works with three families: one with an over-exuberant puppy, one with three German Shepherd Dogs with pack issues, and one with a controlling little fluffball who rules the house.
Cesar works with a family who has a Yorkie who eats shrubs, an apartment dwelling family whose dog barks excessively while theyre not home and Miniature Bull Terrier who is aggressive with large dogs.
Cesar reflects on some of his most difficult cases and shows how his LA dog psychology center ("the home of his pack") has helped in the rehabilitation process. He also introduces some of the dogs, including a few owned by celebrities.
Cesar deals with a Newfoundland who wont eat, a pair of large dogs with aggression issues, and a Shiba Inu who bolts out the front door.
Several of the toughest cases Cesar has handled from the last two seasons. Including Matilda, Jordan, Eton & Dolly, Emily and the most difficult JonBee.