Cesar Millan is known across the world for his groundbreaking show, “The Dog Whisperer.”
The show that launched him to stardom airs in more than 80 countries, and he’s also written three books that became instant New York Times bestsellers.
In his Nat Geo Wild show, “Leader of the Pack” Cesar takes “unadoptable” dogs and rehabilitates them so they can get out of shelters and into homes.
He talks with Growing Bolder abou this passion for saving dogs’ lives and how it’s something he’s been doing since he was a small child in Mexico.
If you’ve never heard him describe his fascinating life story, you won’t want to miss this interview. Find out how he went from an undocumented, homeless, non-English speaking immigrant to training the dogs of some of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
He reveals the famous couple who worked hard with him to teach him English and make a career out of his talents.
Plus, he describes his painful divorce and how that led him to attempt suicide in 2010. He shares his message for others who are struggling.