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Cesar Millan - Live November 2, 2010 in London, Ontario - John Labatt Centre

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2010 - 7:30PM CESAR MILLAN LIVE Canada, Your Wish Has Come True. Oprah Winfrey, Scarlett Johansson, Will Smith and Nicolas Cage have all had their dogs trained and balanced by TV sensation Cesar Millan. Cesar Millan has gained a dedicated following as host of his Emmy-nominated series 'Dog Whisperer', and now fans and dog lovers across Canada have an opportunity to witness Cesar Millan's talents first hand as he brings his enlightening and hugely entertaining live show to Canada for the first time. Presented by National Geographic Channel, 'Cesar Millan LIVE' will visit: Victoria (October 26), Vancouver (Oct. 27 & 28), Hamilton (Oct. 30), Toronto (Nov. 1), London (Nov. 2), Ottawa (Nov. 3), Montreal (Nov. 4), Edmonton (Nov. 6) and Calgary (Nov. 7). Cesar Millan will have audiences spellbound as he shares his amazing insights on dog psychology, and how people can inadvertently play a role in their dog's "behavioral issues". Tickets for 'Cesar Millan LIVE' go on sale on Monday, August 30 at 10:00 a.m. (local time). Further ticket and tour information can be found at www.cesarmillanlive.ca. With 'Cesar Millan LIVE', Cesar uses state-of-the-art multimedia accompanied by dogs and their owners to illustrate his unique concepts. During the first half of his live show, Cesar teaches the audience about how the everyday things we do in our homes, can grow into behavioral issues. He also offers invaluable tips and tools to help your dog be calm and balanced while at home. The second part of 'Cesar Millan LIVE' focuses on the dog park - Cesar demonstrates the importance of energy and leadership. Over the course of the show, Cesar will have audiences seeing the world through their dog's eyes and his "fulfillment formula" will change their relationships with their dogs forever. "What amazing places dogs are taking me to," Cesar says. "If you had told me when I was growing up in Mexico, that one day I would be travelling the world with my own live show, I don't think I would have ever believed it. I rehabilitate dogs and train people, so to be given the chance to share my talents to help dog owners become calm and assertive pack leaders with their dogs really helps me fulfill my vision of making the world a better place... one dog at a time." The all-new sixth season of Dog Whisperer premieres on Sunday, September 12 at 5pm ET / 2pm PT on National Geographic Channel. For more information, viewers can visit www.natgeotv.com.

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Hachiko's Song (Waiting For Someone)

"HACHIKO'S SONG" BY JIMMY SCOTT - FROM THE CD "A SONGWRITER'S NOTEBOOK" AVAILABLE AT http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/scottjimmy as well as itunes, amazon etc There once was a man so an old story goes Went to the station every day rain or snow His faithful dog would walk right by his side And sit there and wait till he came home at night And when the man died the dog still would go To the station each day Why? No one knows ... He was waiting for someone he loved Waiting for someone he loved Someone he believed in someone he could trust Day after day waiting for someone he loved Days turned to weeks and months turned to years Trains came and went but the dog still appeared Hoping to see the face he adored His old true companion - the one he lived for But then came a night when the dog finally died Now I know he's there walking by his master's side He's been waiting for someone he loved Waiting for someone he loved Someone he believed in someone he could trust Don't you think humans could learn from that dog ? Now I don't know about all of you But I wish that my heart was so true To think he could miss him that much He spent all his life waiting for someone he loved copyright 2009 English Channel Music/ Ascap www.jimmyscottsongwriter.com

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New Cable Channel Caters to Canines

Transcript by http://www.newsy.com BY JUSTIN PROCHASKA ANCHOR EMILY SPAIN You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. TV is officially going to the dogs. A new canine-based cable channel launched in San Diego this week, but it's not for animal lovers and dog owners. As WTHR reports, it's actually for man's best friend. "It's called, well, DOGTV, and has nearly 800 programs for dogs. Each last 3-5 minutes long to fit with a dog's limited attention span." The channel's programming is based around three parts: stimulation, relaxation and exposure. The programming is designed to relax dogs and keep them at ease when the owner isn't around. But, do dogs even pay attention to the screen? A researcher at Tufts University says they sure do. "With digital picture dogs can see the picture just the same as you and me. And they do see it. And they do watch. And they can be entertained by it." So how exactly does it work? A dog trainer told ABC News that dogs have a weaker color spectrum than humans and DOGTV adjusts the colors for the pups vision. The image may look muted to human eyes, but the colors pop to some dogs. "DOGTV has colored those trees, maybe put a little blue or yellow on these trees so a dog can really see them." The idea came after a dog owner felt guilty for leaving his dog at home all day at work. Here's a sample, courtesy of WTOP. Not everybody is sold on this new breed of television, though. Cesar Millan, from the reality show "Dog Whisperer" told NBC, DOGTV is barking up the wrong tree because dogs are more concerned with other senses, rather than just what they see and hear on TV. "DogTV seems a fun concept and it may help your pet make it through the day, but what they see is much less important to dogs than what they smell. Dogs are pack animals and to be separated from their pack leader is one of the most stressful things that can happen to them." Catering TV programming toward dogs isn't an entirely new phenomenon. An advertising campaign is underway in the UK where TV ads contain high-pitched sounds causing dogs to bark and react to them. "The pet-food commercial features a high-pitched sound, similar to a dog whistle, which is inaudible to humans. But its creators hope it will make dogs prick up their ears and bark -- forcing their owners to pay attention to the product being advertised." Right now DOGTV is only available in San Diego, but the channel hopes to expand to other markets where your pooch can fetch the remote.

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