The Dog Whisperer Goes on Tour

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If you missed Cesar Millan, aka The Dog Whisperer, when he was in town a little while ago for a book signing, never fear–he’s coming back December 6! Not for another book signing, though. Oh, no. The Dog Whisperer is on tour.

I couldn’t make this up if I tried. It’s called The PowerPack Tour, and it’s coming to the George Mason Patriot Center on December 6 at 5:30 pm. “From Sheepdogs to Schnauzers, Poodles to Pomeranians, Cesar Millan will have audiences spellbound as he shares his amazing insights on dog psychology and how people can inadvertently play a role in their dog’s behavioral issues,” said tour producer Bill Silva. Tickets are $150.00, $75.00 and $39.50 plus applicable service charges at Ticketmaster or the Patriot Center box office.

Before his seminar, The Dog Whisperer is joining forces with the Washington Humane Society for a blanket and towel drive, which will be at the Patriot Center starting at 3:30pm December 6. The towels (any size or color, just no holes) go in the cages to keep the animals warm before they get adopted, which is awesome.

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2 thoughts on “The Dog Whisperer Goes on Tour

  1. Whenever I think of this guy the only image I have in my head is the episode of South Park where he “trains” Cartman. Classic.

  2. I was one of those who thought that it would be better to take my limited funds and buy the books and DVD’s to study then go to a one shot seminar.

    I am a teacher, and having studied Cesar’s way since the first shows, I know that one has to teach to the newest student so my thoughts were, “what could I learn that I dont already know for the show, books and DVDs?”

    A friend got a ticket as a gift for me. I didnt want to appear ungrateful so I went just for a good time.

    It was so much more then that! This is an educational experience on a completely different level! To my amazement, I got such insight at a literal 3-D level of understanding that I did not have before, that I came home and immiediately transition all my foster dogs to “Leashless treadmill dogs”!

    As a 55 year old college teacher, Cesar’s way has provided the tools and solutions for me to work with around 45 last chance, “no-hope” dogs” about to be euthanized which others couldnt or wouldnt help. I was inspired enough to have a (now 3100) member yahoo email list filled with people helping each other practicing Cesar’s way correctly and safely for their unique problems, environments, knowledge and skills.

    Understanding these tools could make a difference not only to the fourlegged lives who might otherwise be abandoned or euthanized, but also the techniques apply to human/human relationships as well!