Apparently, Cesar's okay with letting dogs attack other animals (pigs) as part of their "training."
Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control is looking into complaints originating with an episode of Millan's Nat Geo Wild series, "Cesar 911," Aaron Reyes, the agency's deputy director, confirmed to CNN.
"In the video, someone has taken a pig and holds its rear leg in the air while another animal, a dog, runs to attack it," Reyes said. "That, in and of itself, is a penal code animal cruelty violation in the state of California, but the office still needs to investigate the circumstances."
In the February 26 show, Millan was working with Simon, an aggressive French bulldog-terrier mix with a history of attacking his owner's pot-bellied pigs and other animals, a National Geographic Channels spokesman said. The episode showed Simon biting the ear of one of the pigs during a training session.
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If this incident was caught on camera, imagine the stuff that isn't. My mom loves Cesar, but I've been telling her for years he ain't shit.