Cesar heads to an office to help a trio of pups which don't get alone with each other.
Drummer Matt Sorum of Velvet Revolver hopes Cesar can help socialize his 10-month old French bulldog, Miles, who goes crazy around other dogs. Also, Cesar tries to fix a pit bull named Maxie, who used to work with ill children as a therapy dog, but was thrown out of the program for killing another pup.
A woman decides to give up her role as pack leader for a Welsh Sealyham terrier, an overly-energetic English mastiff and a Tibetan terrier who can be a holy terror on walks.
Cesar films the four puppies he's adopted as they live with him and his pack over the first eight months as a demonstration on raising a balanced dog.
An aggressive lab-mastiff mix named Cujo is as bad as his movie namesake. Then, Molly is a Jack Russell mix that barks incessantly and growls at people.
A woman's French bulldog has suddenly showed signs of aggression towards people since turning two years old.
Biggest Loser fitness trainer Jillian Michaels owns 14-month old greyhound mix Seven which barks constantly and tries to nip her horse Buzz when Jillian mounts it. Seven may get hurt or killed by Buzz and hopes Cesar can save the day. Austin and Karries own a furry "Houdini", a German shorthaired pointer named Sara with a knack of escaping. She has gotten out of the sturdiest of crates, their home, and even ended up on the neighbors roof. Finally, Brittany's 3-year-old Yorkie, Madeliene has a strange fear aggression of the broom and car windshield wipers. She starts growling when someone reaches for the broom and attack the wipers through the glass if on.
German shepherds Angel and Bear owned by Joe and Sandra Carrick were getting along fine, but when they started going to day care they began fighting each other. Then, Francine and Michael Markows' miniature schnauzer Lorelei barks and nips when their grandchildren run around on visits, occasionally leaving the children in tears. The problem is so bad, that the grand kids are no longer allowed to visit. The Markows wish that their family were more willing to work on the problem instead of avoiding it.