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Daddy (Cesar's Dog)


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Aw that makes me so sad! My sister gave me the whole 3rd season on dvd last week and I have watched all the episodes so of course Daddy is in most of them. He was such a nice dog! Poor Cesar!

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OMG!!! MY DH will be so upset, he was his favorite(besides ours of course).

How sad.

Run free sweet boy.

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From the start Daddy has always been my favorite. As cheesy as it sounds he's actually the reason I started working with the pit bulls that come into the animal shelter.

 

RIP Daddy the world will miss you. f_yellow

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:weep RIP, daddy. you were truly one of a kind. you helped so many other dogs, as well as people, and you were a true ambassador for your breed. thank you for all the work you've done here. :f_red
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From his website.

 

February 20, 2010

 

Cesar Millan, all his family and friends, his staff and volunteers, and dog lovers all around the world today will mourn the passing of one of the most loyal, trusting, well-balanced, and influential pit bull ambassadors the world has ever known. Daddy, Cesar's longtime friend and partner in canine rehabilitation, died peacefully surrounded by family on Friday the 19th of February. He was sixteen years old.

 

He lived each day of those sixteen years happy and fulfilled as Cesar's right-hand-"man," helping to shape the behavior of entire generations of dogs by showing them the way to balance. He stood as champion for calm-submissive pit bulls everywhere, and was instrumental in helping to repair their image as violent, savage, uncontrollable beasts. He successfully battled cancer and weathered chemotherapy, and even got the opportunity to present at the 56th Annual Creative Arts Emmy Awards!

 

His name is now added to that honorable roster of dogs gone by whose influence is still felt today, and which includes some of Cesar's beloved childhood heroes: "Rin-Tin-Tin." "Lassie." ... "Daddy."

 

He has been immortalized by Dog Whisperer fans in all mediums, from painting, to photographs, to charcoal drawings and papier-mâché sculpture. And, of course, he lives on in his work, reflected in the balance and calm-submission of his protégé Junior, the countless animals to whom he was a positive role model, and in the hearts and minds of everyone who knew him as a calm, sweet, and mellow example of a widely misunderstood breed.

In Loving Memory.

 

If you would like to express your sympathy, post a comment on Daddy's memorial page or send a message through our contact form. Select the category "Express my condolences for Daddy's passing" to ensure it goes to the correct email address.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To honor Daddy's legacy, the Daddy's Emergency Animal Rescue ["DEAR"] Fund has been established by the Cesar and Ilusion Millan Foundation.

The DEAR Fund will provide assistance for dogs who are victims of abuse or violence, man-made disasters, and large-scale natural disasters.

If you would like to honor Daddy's memory and the contributions he made to improve the lives of animals, you can make a donation by visiting MillanFoundation.org/daddyfund

 

www.cesarsway.com | www.millanfoundation.org

 

 

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Guest KennelMom

:cry1 He was such a great ambassadog, not only for his breed, but ALL dogs. He's the dog that opened my mind up to pitbulls, rather than prejudging them all. Thanks Daddy...you made me a better dog person.

 

Godspeed, Big Daddy...

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