It viciously read:
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He was heading into the airport for a departing flight when several fans recognized him.
So, did he pull his hat low, put on some dark sunglasses, put his hands in his pockets and keep on walking??
Nope! He didn't even have a hat and shades, he's an open, kind, loving man!
When those fans wanted to meet him, and introduce him to their doggy, he was more than happy to take a picture with them!
So he literally stopped in the airport, risked missing his flight, and posed for a pic with the fans.
He doesn't look like he's just doing them favor or anything either, he seems generally excited to meet their dog and pose for the pic!
We like him even more now!!
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They're taking every step necessary to prepare for the baby; they even have his name all picked out!
Their next step? Get their pooch ready for baby time!
So of course the couple had Cesar Millan come to their El Lay home and help prepare their dachshund Zoe for the new arrival.
Fergie shared a pic (above) on instagram and wrote:
"@joshduhamel & I getting our doggie daughter ready for her new brother with @cesarmillan"
Aww! They all look so happy but most importantly, Zoe looks super relaxed, just chillin' in her papa's arms.
Things apparently went really well, with Zoe being a sweetheart and Cesar being super professional.
Sounds like it was a good time for all! Can't wait to see that baby boy!
[Image via Fergie.]
This can't be easy for him to talk about, but we're glad he's strong enough to share his story!
Cesar Millan seemed like a very happy guy…but then a sudden flurry of negative events turned his dream life into a nightmare!
First, his beloved pit bull Daddy died. Then his wife of sixteen years told him she wanted a divorce. And finally, he realized he had neglected his finances, and was now in big financial trouble.
Cesar had the following to say about this disastrous series of events:
We had no idea!!!
Cesar Millan dropped some knowledge on the world when he explained that when a dog barks it can mean a whole assortment of things!!!
The volume, tone, frequency, and duration of a dog's bark can hint at what your loved puppy is trying to tell you!
We thought they only barked when they wanted something to eat or to tell us when they pooped on the rug, but there's so much more to what they're trying to say!
Learn more yourself by checking out the video (above) !
What do you do when you have the dog whisperer on your show??
You show off your pooches!!
So Chelsea brought out her two dogs Chunk and Jax.
They are just so cute!
Both dogs were pretty well behaved, especially with being on stage in front of an entire audience!
Was Chelsea nervous to show how well trained her dogs were in front of Cesar??
Did Cesar freak out at Chelsea over one of her dogs??
What actually went down on her show???
Guess you'll have to check out the video (above) to find out what happened!!
Also check out a pic (below) of Cesar getting to know Chelsea's pups backstage before the show!
We learn so much from Cesar Millan! His dog smarts are RIDICK!!!
The star of Leader of the Pack on NatGeo Wild stopped by The Jeff Probst Show to inform the world on the truths of dogs.
As a part of Rescue Week, Cesar let the world in on his secrets, including how compatibility and myths can affect the dog-owner relationship.
You wouldn't go on a date with an incompatible match, right? Then why take home an incompatible dog?!!?!
Check out Cesar's video about compatibility (above) and his video about debunking common dog myths AFTER THE JUMP!
TRUST US!!! You're going to love 'em!!!!!!!
Cesar Millan is ready to take canine abandonment HEAD ON!!!!
As part of his new show for NatGeo WILD, Leader of the Pack, Cesar will travel across the globe in an international competition, pitting his skills as a dog behaviorist to use and educating the world on canines in need.
As part of his debut episode, Cesar has enlisted the help from Jet, a big cute black Lab whose unruly behavior has warded off potential adopters.
We know Cesar will have this dog behaved in no time!
Check out the video (above) and tune in Saturday, Jan 5 at 10pm ET/7:00pm PT on NatGeo WILD!