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  • - YouTube, Cesar Millan,

  • I am here in Santo Domingo, República Dominicana.

  • I finished a show last night,

  • this is my first time in this gorgeous island.

  • We planted a seed.

  • They are definitely becoming more the society of dog lovers.

  • They're becoming more understanding how important is empathy

  • and compassion for animals.

  • We still see dogs in the streets,

  • but, you know, you have to start someplace.

  • For me, it's more important,

  • the blaming or pointing fingers,

  • for me it's to bring the education.

  • I think, the most important thing we can bring to people

  • is make them conscious of what they're doing right,

  • and what they're doing wrong, and so that way we are

  • practicing better humans, better planet.

  • But the next episode I wanna show you,

  • the next clip I wanna show you,

  • it's a live show I did in Sweden.

  • You know, the shows that I do are worldwide.

  • To me, it's important to spread the message everywhere.

  • I'm gonna show you a clip about a dog named Troy,

  • where I'm teaching the owner,

  • which I'm teaching the audience.

  • Let me show you how to teach a dog how to stay calm

  • in front of food by the dog using a sense of smell.

  • Cause most people want to teach a dog

  • based on the ears and the eyes, like,

  • "Stay, leave it, drop it," all the stuff.

  • To me, the most important part is when a dog actually learn

  • doing his most important powerful scent, which is his nose.

  • So enjoy the clip.

  • Watch all the little details that I follow.

  • One of them that you're gonna see

  • is when a dog started yawning, when Troy started yawning.

  • And then, seconds later,

  • you see how he settles down and understand.

  • So it's very important to see the signs

  • before the dog actually calms down,

  • cause a lot of people don't like to wait

  • more than three seconds.

  • So enjoy the clip!

  • (energetic music)

  • (claps hands)

  • - Hi you both, how are you?

  • - [Troy's Owner] I'm fine. - [Cesar] Very good.

  • It's all right, you don't have to put the leash,

  • that's okay. - [Troy's Owner] Okay.

  • - [Cesar] We just wanna, look, look at his nose, see look.

  • (laughs)

  • Okay, so you can see.

  • So you know, as you see Troy right now,

  • is in what you can see that he's in an excited state, yes?

  • Mild, not high, but if you see that he is, you know,

  • exploring and excited, but if you come and,

  • this is our first meeting, if you go, and go,

  • "Oh my God, Troy!" (audience laughs)

  • Then your gonna send Troy to another level, yes?

  • And that becomes your first meeting,

  • that becomes your first imprint,

  • so the dog will remember you as that source.

  • All right, may I have food?

  • So, I'm gonna, I'm gonna add, a layer.

  • I'm gonna add a layer of a scent because, you know,

  • whatever you step on, you know, is a layer of,

  • you know, whatever it is and then sweating and all of that.

  • So you have your own smell,

  • on top of that we're gonna bring another scent.

  • So we gonna excite the brain a lot more, don't ya think?

  • (audience agrees) Yeah, because

  • it's like a layer, like a cake,

  • you have a whole bunch of smells.

  • All right, but it's how you approach

  • that they relate the smell of something, what that means.

  • Okay, okay, just stay right there.

  • - [Troy's Owner] Okay. - Relax, yeah.

  • So no touch, no talk, no eye contact to the dog,

  • you can talk to the human, you can do whatever you want.

  • It's just the energy towards the dog is calmness

  • and the energy to the human can be excited,

  • and they know the difference.

  • Okay we comin' in. - Okay.

  • - [Cesar] Don't pull the leash, just let it be.

  • Just let it be.

  • Don't pull the leash, don't pull the leash.

  • Yeah, he have to figure out,

  • the leash is just for boundaries.

  • That's all right, don't worry about it, don't worry.

  • - Okay. - So we gonna

  • ignore the behavior. - Yeah

  • - And then once he does the behavior we want

  • that's when we reward with food, with toys or affection.

  • Right? - Yeah

  • - So we're not ignoring Troy, we're ignoring the behavior.

  • Right, because this is our first time meeting,

  • so if we have a baby we want a dog to be calm

  • in front of the baby. - Yeah.

  • - But most grown-ups, they actually create excitement first.

  • - Okay. - Yeah, so that,

  • right there he gives you distance.

  • Distance is respect, and then slowly they calm down.

  • Yeah, but we still have a conversation

  • and the dog is participating

  • from an instinctual point of view.

  • - Okay.

  • - You see my point? - Mm-hmm.

  • - So the human gets to have the, you know,

  • the ears, eyes, nose, and they get to have nose, eyes, ears.

  • So with a dog it's nose, eyes, ears.

  • Human, it's ears, eyes, nose.

  • You see my point?

  • - Yeah. - Yeah.

  • So food is right here, we're not limiting, you know,

  • we're not moving it away.

  • It's right there, but what we claiming it,

  • so by the way I'm holding the food I'm actually claiming it.

  • Right?

  • Excitement, no problem.

  • There you go.

  • See it?

  • (audience applauds)

  • There you go.

  • Then you give it.

  • (whooshing sound)

  • - So at the end,

  • you see how Troy gets a little bit more excited.

  • So it gets worse before it gets better.

  • So that's a good sign.

  • You have to understand, you have to learn

  • to read the signs so the dog is communicating.

  • Cause the dogs are always communicating.

  • Mother Nature is always communicating.

  • So, when Troy yawns and then right after he yawns,

  • he gets a little bit excited.

  • What he's saying is he's letting all the exciting go.

  • And then right after that, he settles down,

  • sits down and look.

  • As soon as he do that, that's when we reward the behavior.

  • So what we're doing is space, calmness,

  • waiting, nose, eyes, ears.

  • Now you have exactly the spirit of a dog,

  • the heart of a dog, and the instincts of a dog

  • understanding their ritual.

  • And the symbolic meaning that is we're asking,

  • the formula we want them to understand.

  • YouTube thank you for watching!

  • We are gonna get natural, simple, and profound,

  • and I promise you, we're gonna take the relationship

  • to the next level or to the level it was meant to be.

  • Love you very much.

  • Enjoy the channel.

  • (energetic music)

- YouTube, Cesar Millan,

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How To Calm An Excited Dog (First Meeting) - Live Dog Demo!

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