The Dog Whisperer to visit Cayman

Dog behavioural specialist, TV
personality and New York Times bestselling author Cesar Millan, popularly known
as the Dog Whisperer, will be at Books & Books on Saturday, 9 October.

The founder of the Dog Psychology Centre
in Los Angeles will visit Grand Cayman to discuss and sign copies of his latest
book Cesar’s Rule: Your Way to Train a Well-Behaved Dog.

The event starts at 5pm at the
Camana Bay bookstore and will cover the age-old topic of how to provide
effective obedience training so that your dog will master basic commands and
generally behave. Mr. Millan’s latest book shows readers how to communicate
with their canine pet and shares insights into the most useful and humane
methods for teaching dogs to be a happy and well-trained pet.

“Clients usually come to me when
their dogs are ruining their lives, not when they won’t sit,” said Mr. Millan.

“But everywhere I go, people are
telling me they are confused about the wide variety of training options and
theories out there, and they feel paralysed because they don’t know which to

In his usual straightforward,
confident manner, the Dog Whisperer takes on the topic of training by
explaining the importance of balance as the foundation for a healthy relationship
between you and your dog. In order to provide a variety of training options, he
calls upon some of the field’s foremost experts to offer their advice so that
you can find the perfect approach for you and your dog. Filled with practical
advice, anecdotes, tips and trouble-shooting techniques, the book gives information
which useful to owners of puppies and illustrates how even old dogs can still
learn new tricks.

The free event is part of the Books
& Books International Visiting Author Series, sponsored by Ogier, the
Cayman Islands Department of Tourism and Sunshine Suites Resort.

The number one New York Times
bestselling author of Cesar’s Way, Be the Pack Leader, A Member of the Family,
and How to Raise the Perfect Dog, Mr. Millan 
also gives educational seminars and works with unstable dogs. He is also
the founder of the Millan Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to
helping shelters and rescue groups.

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