Cesar 911 Season 2 on Nat Geo Wild #NatGeoWILD #Cesar911

Pets are such a big part of so many families lives and can bring much happiness. Unless the pet is unruly. Then you'll need a bit of help. For years, Cesar Millan has proven that he is the leader of the pack when it comes to rehabilitating dogs and changing owners’ lives for the better.

Cesar 911 Season 2 on Nat Geo Wild

Note: I'm part of Nat Geo WILD's "Bloggers Gone Wild" program and will share monthly information and news. However any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

Last month Cesar 911, a new Nat Geo WILD series, premiered and it was amazing to see Cesar in action working with the dogs and families. Each week, on Fridays at 9pm est/8pm cst on Nat Geo Wild, Cesar Millan will travel to a new neighborhood in desperate need of his help. In each episode, Millan shares practical tips and valuable insights to help loyal fans and new viewers alike.

Cesar 911 Season 2 on Nat Geo Wild

Tonight's episode will be Cesar 911: Loaded Gunny
Premieres Friday, March 13, at 9pm est/8pm cst

Cesar 911 Season 2 on Nat Geo Wild

The McKendricks are on the verge of divorce over their American bulldog, Gunny. When he turned 2, Gunny became a terror. The family owns a horse training facility and Gunny now attacks anything that moves, including dogs, small children and even horses. Worse yet, Gunny has attacked the McKendricks’ toddler, Dorian, and sent him to the hospital.

Cesar 911 Season 2 on Nat Geo Wild

Jim is terrified that Gunny will one day seriously injure Dorian and demands that the couple get rid of the dog or put him down. But Joy refuses. She believes Gunny can be rehabilitated. In fact, she’s told Jim that if he gets rid of Gunny, she’ll get rid of him. It’s up to Cesar to correct Gunny’s behavior. Otherwise the McKendricks are headed trouble.

During this season Millan will also take both dogs and owners to his Dog Psychology Center, a 45-acre facility in the hills outside Los Angeles, where he can utilize his pack of balanced dogs to socialize with the problem dogs and exercise the dogs using a special pool and long pack walks.

Millan interacts very closely with the owners, teaching them how to handle and correct their dogs problem behaviors. After a period of rehabilitation, Millan gives the owners homework assignments — challenges to master their leadership over their dog.

At the end of each episode of Cesar 911, the owners rejoin Millan to review surveillance footage of how they handled their dog in the homework assignments. Millan tells the owners what they did correctly and what they can continue to improve. He then offers some final words of encouragement and thoughts about his experience working on their case. The families are now equipped with the knowledge and tools that only Cesar Millan can provide!

To learn more about Cesar 911, visit - www.cesar911.com

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Cesar Millan Bright Light Dog Collar

To celebrate the premiere of Cesar 911, here's a fun and pet friendly giveaway

  • (1) Cesar Millan’s “Bright Light Dog Collar.” This light-up, solar-powered LED collar adds safety to walks at night with your dog.


Entries must be made on or before 11:59 p.m. March 19, 2015.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Winner will be selected by random.org. Giveaway entry must be completed before extra entries will count. Winner will be contacted by email and must respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be selected. Open to residents of the U.S. with a valid street address.

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  1. My dog loves to go for walks at night and this collar would help with her safety.

  2. I take my dogs for a walk daily and it is often after dark. I love that this collar is solar-powered - safe and eco friendly.

  3. I want this for my dog for walks at night time!

  4. I like this for the safety issue, I like to walk my dog at night.

  5. I want to win this for my dog as this will help out at night for those walks. It gets dark on these side streets at night.

  6. I would love to win this for my dog. We need a collar that lights up so we can see him in the backyard at night.

  7. I'd love this for our daughter's dog.

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  8. I have five rescued Treeing Walker Coonhounds who just love going for walks. It gets so hot and humid in summer that I find it best to walk them either early morning or after dark, when it's cooler. However, I worry about others being able to see my dogs when I'm walking them - and I really worry about the possibility of them getting off their leashes. A lighted collar would be great.

  9. we dont have street lights where we live and it gets dark on our evening walks sometimes, this would be great

  10. I would love to win this because sometimes it is dark by the time I get home and then we go out.

  11. This would be perfect for my dog. Patricia

  12. so everyone can see my little one in the dark and he needs a new one
    amy williams
    sethandtjay at yahoo dot com

  13. My black dog is hard to see at night, this would be helpful.

  14. i have 3 4 legged girls and my oldest likes to go out to potty late at nite and sometimes early in the am when it is dark. i can keep watch on her and know exactly where she is...