Who’s a foul boy? Who’s a foul boy? Apparently, “Canine Whisperer” star César Millan.
On Tuesday, the tv character had a run-in with the Redondo Seaside Police Division. Officers needed to remind Millan to not deliver his canine to the pier, and the division’s official Instagram account accounted the interplay.
“We wish to take this chance to remind you that canine should not allowed on the Redondo Seaside Pier! Not even the canine whisperer @cesarsway,” stated the picture caption. “Cesar was given a warning and promptly complied with the legislation prohibiting canine on the pier.”
The picture exhibits a Redondo Seaside police officer posing with Millan, who had no less than three medium-sized canine of various breeds in tow. They have been on the pier, with the officer pointing at Millan, who was flashing a peace signal.
“Thanks for understanding sir!” the caption continued.
Within the Emmy-nominated Nationwide Geographic TV collection “Canine Whisperer,” Millan helped house owners self-discipline their canine companions. The collection ran from 2004 to 2012.
Since then, he has continued to construct his animal rehabilitation empire with further exhibits “César 911” and “Mutt & Stuff” and the touring dog-training lecture “César Millan Dwell!”
And when animal shelters noticed an uptick in canine adoptions firstly of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Millan shared suggestions he thought may assist canine house owners.
“I practice individuals, rehabilitate canine,” he stated. “I attempt to deliver consciousness to the people.”