Cesar Millan Favela was born in 1969, in Culiacán, Mexico. Cesar Millan is a well-known TV personality, writer and dog trainer. He is perhaps most famous for the television show called “Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan”. What is more, he has founded the “Dog Psychology Center” and has written several books. Cesar focuses a lot on rehabilitating dogs and on teaching other people how to treat dogs. Undoubtedly, he will achieve more in the future and will definitely make his dreams come true.
Cesar Millan Net Worth $25 Million
So how rich is Cesar Millan? Sources estimate that Cesar’s net worth is $25 million, the main part of this wealth coming from Cesar’s successful career as a dog trainer and TV personality. Cesar still continues his career and will probably do this for a long time. That is why there is a high chance that Cesar Millan’s net worth will become higher.
Cesar Millan liked animals a lot from a very early age, as he had to take care of them on his grandfather’s farm. He was especially good with dogs, and even had a nickname of “the dog boy’. When Cesar came to the US, he worked at a dog grooming store. This was the time when Millan’s net worth began growing. Soon Cesar founded the “Pacific Point Canine Academy”, and later he also created the “Dog Psychology Center”, which had a huge impact on the growth of Cesar Millan’s net worth.
In 2004 the show called “Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan”, began airing. This show was about Cesar and his everyday work of dog rehabilitation, and very soon became one of the main sources of Cesar Millan’s net worth. The program ended in 2012, but despite this fact it was still one of the best shows on the “Nat Geo WILD” channel. In addition to this, in 2009 the magazine, entitled “Cesar’s Way” was released, and such shows as “Cesar Millan’s Leader of the Pack” and “Cesar 911” began airing, and added a lot to Cesar’s net worth.
As mentioned, Cesar Millan has also written books, such as “How to Raise the Perfect Dog: Through Puppyhood and Beyond”, “Cesar’s Way: The Natural, Everyday Guide to Understanding and Correcting Common Dog Problems”, “Cesar Millan’s Short Guide to a Happy Dog: 98 Essential Tips and Techniques” and others. All these books also had a huge impact on the growth of Cesar’s net worth. What is more, Cesar has appeared on such shows and movies as “Ghost Whisperer”, “Bones”, “The Back-Up Plan” and “Beethoven’s Big Break”.
Talking about Cesar Millan’s personal life, he married Illusion Wilson in 1994, but the couple divorced in 2010 – they have 2 sons. Cesar is now in a relationship with Jahira Dar. All in all, Cesar Millan is a very successful person, who knows what he wants and works hard in order to achieve it. If he continues doing this, there is no doubt that his net worth will become higher.
In the United States, in the '70s, they did the same thing to the Doberman. In the '80s they did it to the German shepherd, in the '90s they did it to the Rottweiler, and now they're doing it to the pit bull. So whatever dog is in fashion, people are going to blame them for things.
(When asked if he has been bitten) Of course. It's like cowboys that get stomped by bulls. Any time you're working in the world of taming animals, you're going to get hurt. But it's a rush that we get.
Birth, life, death is a cycle. And they're all beautiful, you celebrate all of them. Animals do grieve, but they move on. That's the lesson behind animals.
Everybody wants common sense. The show is offering us a sense of primal connection we have lost through civilization.
She has no rules in the outside world, no boundaries. You practice exercise and affection. But you're not practicing exercise, discipline, and affection. When we love someone, we fulfill everything about them. That's loving. And you're not loving your dog.
No dog is too much for me to handle. I rehabilitate dogs, I train people. I am the dog whisperer.