As some of you may know, Cesar Millan adopted a galgo from Galgos 112. At the same time, he worked on a series of television programmes to highlight the plight of abandoned dogs in Spain. This is the link to see the article, and below is a translation.
The famous trainer of dogs César Millán, known in Spain for his dog programmes, will return next Friday (2 December 2011) to the prime time on Channel 4 with the release of the Leader of the Pack.
In these programmes, broadcast at 2130 hours, participants are challenged to adopt one of 100,000 dogs which are abandoned each year and follow their integration in the new family on the advice of this Mexican American.
Once in their new homes, Cesar Millan will have to work with the animals and train members of the family to achieve an optimal living with dogs in this space produced in collaboration with vertex, Notro TV and Powwow with cast Way.
As he has done in United States, where he has as clients the television star Oprah Winfrey and actor Nicolas Cage, among others, the trainer will also rehabilitate dogs of Spanish celebrities, Elena Tablada, Dani Martín, Fernando Tejero and Mónica Cruz.
And to start the Leader of the Pack series, on Friday the guest will be Carmen Cervera, Baronness Thyssen, who, as stated in the programme, cannot understand how 'people can enjoy cruelty, especially to a helpless animal that the only thing that gives you is love'.
Last May César Millán travelled through Spain to make his show, which served multimedia elements and is accompanied by dogs and their owners, through which he illustrates his concepts when it comes to training all attendees.
Taking advantage of his visit to our country, the trainer, who like many Mexicans crossed the border into United States in search of a better life, went to El Hormiguero, (which then emitted four?), and the Ferris wheel of Telecinco, shooting before an audience of both programs.
Cesar Millan has also presented the lovely dogs (Dog Whisperer), a successful series on training shown on the National Geographic Channel, which is shown in more than 80 countries, including Spain.
You can also read more about it on Cesar's Way.