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National Geographic Channel to talk about canine behaviour in new show

MUMBAI: Known as a man’s best friend, dogs are always seen as lovable animals. Have you come across instances when you or someone else is simply unable to handle their pooches?

Infotainment broadcaster National Geographic Channel presents ‘Cesar to the Rescue’, a show that aims to help viewers learn about canine behaviour and bring balance and happiness to their relationships with them. The show is set to premiere on 30 August, and will be aired every Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 pm.

This six-episode series will be hosted by Mexican-American dog trainer Cesar Millan, known for his efforts to rehabilitate aggressive dogs. As part of the show, Cesar goes on a mission to bring order back to neighborhoods that have fallen under the terrorising power of a ferocious yappy canine. In each episode Cesar goes to different pet owners and helps them understand their dogs better by his unique ways of training.

NGC Networks and Fox International Channels India VP marketing and communications Debarpita Banerjee said, “Though being a dog lover myself, it so happens that sometimes you are unable to understand your dog’s mood and or why they start acting in a peculiar way specially towards friends, guests and neighbors. This is where an expert is needed and with this show we aim to showcase the brilliant work.”

Millan said, “I have always loved all animals and I still do, but I had a special connection with dogs almost from the beginning. I was only thirteen when I decided that I wanted to be the best dog trainer in the world. ‘Cesar to the Rescue’ is all about helping entire groups of people- families, extended families, workplaces, and communities. The show has humor, drama, and suspense, as well as some very heartwarming moments of success.”