An aggressive one-eyed Australian shepherd needs special treatment. Banjo, a traumatized black and tan coonhound is terrified of people, and Kisses, a not-so-pretty-in-pink Maltese gets a little too excited when guests drop by.
Cesar cures Spike's depression with a new friend. Buster, an eight-year-old blue heeler/Australian shepherd mix, is supposed to play the role of family alarm dog, but he does his job a little too well. An American Staffordshire terrier's unconventional skin graft gives Cesar ideas for a different kind of rehabilitation?as a "Biker Dog."
Cesar helps Molly, a blue heeler in Nebraska, get over the dangerous behavior of chasing and biting tires of moving vehicles sometimes a very big wheels tractor. Jane, an American Eskimo/border collie mix in Chicago, just won't go for a walk. Genoa, a golden retriever that seems to be trapped in a nightmare, rampages throughout the house every time her owner goes in the garage because of his using air compressor. Rehabilitating the dogs behavior is much more to do with the owners belief systems than the dogs behavior.
Wilshire, a hyperactive Dalmatian in Los Angeles, runs amuck in Firehouse 29 and the city attorney threatens to take him away if he doesn't shape up. Cesar tries to clear Wilshire's spotty past and make him a role model for fire dogs everywhere. Next, Cesar travels to the Lone Star state, where he meets Butch, an overly aggressive English bulldog and tries to rein in his out-of-control behavior.
Diana is the proud owner of Maya, an adopted Border Collie/Spring Spaniel Mix who loves to jump. Maya?s jumping causes a whiplash motion, which is detrimental to Diana who recently had major neck surgery. Can Cesar keep Maya grounded? Next, Cesar meets Sara, an overly-aggressive Shepherd mix and Lilly, a pushy Poodle.
A couple of adopted basset hounds have a bad case of sibling rivalry over food, treats and their owners' attention. A dingo mix from Australia hasn't adjusted to her new life in California, and takes it out on other dogs. An overly protective poodle has it in for a pair of new puppies. Can Cesar help these troubled pets?
After the death of his star companion Marley, Marley and Me author John Grogan gets a new yellow Lab. Just like Marley, Gracie needs lessons in respect. Ultra-cool Paul Frank Industries lets employees bring their dogs to work, but Bella and Big Boy are making office life ?ruff. Cesar steps in.
A Hollywood couple had to turn down work because their French bulldog failed the Doggy Daycare entrance exam. Three Jack Russells began to fight each other when their owner got a serious boyfriend. A couple of beagles were fine walking together until one started howling at other dogs. Cesar works his canine magic.
Cesar shows mail carriers in Roswell, Georgia, how to deal with close encounters of the four-legged kind. Next, Cesar meets a pair of Pomeranians that flip out when left alone and a Swiss mountain dog that turns vicious at feeding time.
A ridgeback mix needs help recovering from a car accident that left him with three-legs and odd behaviors; a manic Jack Russell chases motorcycles; and a border collie's herding instincts are out of control. Cesar steps in.
Singer Patti LaBelle is afraid of her guard dog, an aggressive 150-pound South African boerboel. A Chicago art teacher wants to unify her adopted Rottweiler/shepherd?s dual personality. Cesar takes creative control.
Donna?s Bloodhound/Catahoula mix, Bojo, is aggressive when it comes to food- attacking Tippy, a rescued female stray during meal time. Also, Molly and Maggie, two territorial Malteses and a Kerry Blue Terrier in need of some calm assertive energy.
Cesar visits Peter and Barbara Beer, a mild mannered couple who can?t seem to control their high-strung Golden Retriever mix; Snoopy, a belligerent Bearded Collie; and Schroeder, an adopted a Lhasa Apso/Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix with a bad case of separation anxiety.