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So, trust, respect and loyalty is what a dog calls love. One thing I learned when I was looking for love is [it matters] how happy or unhappy you are because I believe that you attract energy, so you are going to attract whatever you are.Also, if you are looking for someone who completes you then you are dependent on that person, then you are not 100 percent responsible for yourself.With a dog, you can make a mistake today, or you can hurt him, and a minute later he is wagging his tail. I forgive you.” A human will tell you he forgives, but it begins at level three. I want to have a relationship with a human the same way.
I am expecting them to know what to do, or at least they should be open to accepting when they’ve made a mistake, so we can have a conversation without altercation, calmly.
The 42-year-old, Culiacán, Mexico-born dog trainer tells e Harmony in an exclusive interview that the three fundamental elements of a relationship are trust, respect and loyalty. After 16 years of marriage, Millan was in London when his now ex-wife Illusion broke the news to him that she wanted a divorce and the trust was broken. The importance of living in the moment or appreciating the moment; dogs, in my opinion, don’t care about the past or the future, they focus on the now. Some people have the perception that love is everything, but the way I see love is I measure my relationship by the 100 percent relationship I have with dogs.
Now, in this interview, Millan candidly talks about what he has learned about love, including how he bottomed out after his divorce and then picked up the pieces to find a new romance. They give us one thing that everyone knows: unconditional love. We as humans are not very good about forgiving people’s mistakes or forgiving ourselves. What I find for me is that if the person isn’t trying to find out what they can get from you but what you can get from them, it is real. I have a very pure, authentic, genuine relationship with my dogs.
Millan's TV programs are centered on the rehabilitation of dogs while Millan concurrently educates the dog owners in his dog-handling philosophy.
Conversations with owners typically revolve around his philosophy - that healthy, balanced dogs require strong "pack leadership" from their owners, specifically in the form of exercise, discipline and affection (in that order), while Millan demonstrates how owners can achieve and maintain a leadership role with their dogs.
" is an international touring dog training lecture and stage performance where Millan presents his techniques and philosophy from his television shows and books in front of a live audience.