Secret Behind Cesar Millan’s Junior’s Cause of Death is Private
The story behind Cesar Millan’s Junior’s cause of death has not been revealed after the Mexican-American dog trainer announced on YouTube that he lost his best friend, pitbull Junior.
He confirmed the heartbreaking news in a video on Youtube, saying, “This is a video honoring my best friend, Junior Millan. Thank you for 15 years of Trust, Respect, and Love. We love you and miss you so much already. Rest in Peace, Junior Millan.”
In the video, the heartbroken Cesar noted that pitbull Junior died on July 21. We offer our deepest sympathy to Cesar Millan and his fans, who had followed the dog story for years.
César Felipe Millán Favela was born August 27, 1969, to Felipe Millán Guillen and María Teresa Favela in rural Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico; he is now well-known as a Mexican-American dog trainer with more than two decades of canine experience.
He is mostly remembered for his Emmy-nominated TV series Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan, aired from 2004 to 2012 in over 80 countries worldwide.
As one of the New York Times best-selling authors, he has his own line of dog products and instructional DVDs. Besides The Dog Whisperer series, Millan focused on training harshly aggressive dogs, founding a rehab complex, the Dog Psychology Center, from 2002 to 2008.
Millan’s grandfather, Teodoro Millán Ángulo, was a tenant farmer, so their connection with animals was so notable; Due to his natural way with dogs, he was named el Perrero, “the dog herder.” Cesar moved to Mazatlán and his family and later illegally crossed the border into the US when he was 21.
What’s Cesar Millan’s Junior’s Cause of Death?
Although the dog trainer said about the late pitbull’s legacy, memories, and people’s love, he did not mention how the dog lost his life while shocked fans want to know about Cesar Millan’s Junior’s cause death.
Like most teen dogs, Cesar Millan’s Junior grew up. He became a calm, confident, and a quite well-traveled dog who always follows Cesar at personal shows and as part of “Cesar Live!” appearances and other performances. Actually, Junior enjoyed being in front of fans so much that his Daddy had to hold him back until the announcer finished their meeting.
Junior was a gray and white lovely pitbull, always by Cesar Millan’s side. The dog birthday was in August, on the same day as Cesar’s; however, as many of Millan’s fans know, the dog was not the first pit bull to hold the status of “right-hand dog,” having taken on that mantle when Cesar’s former pit bull, Daddy, died on February 19, 2010.
Junior’s story kicked off about two decades when Cesar first met four-month-old Daddy in a studio where Daddy’s ex-owner, the rapper Redman, was involved in his video. Due to his schedule and conditions, Redman felt he could not care for the little dog well, so he tried to find a trainer.
Cesar became that trainer, and Daddy shortly got his new pack, moving in with the Millans. Nevertheless, Daddy had no significant issues; he was a little anxious when he was young since he moved around so much between LA and NJ. After a while, that problem was solved, and Daddy grew up to be his new owner’s right-hand dog.
As Cesar opened up, Daddy did never make a mistake, and nobody saw aggression or any other negative behavior from the dog. He additionally helped in raising Millan’s two sons, and Cesar revealed that he had never had a dog quite like Daddy:
Reactions to Death of Junior Milan
Like the death of famous figures, the death of celebrities’ pets is always followed by many reactions.
Many shared their memories with beloved Cesar Millan’s Junior and showed their sadness on social media by posting their heartwarming tributes.
Someone wrote, “Ohhh RIP Junior, I will always remember when you got him, he just ran at your side, so small and falling over, he was sooo cute, 15 years wow, it seems like yesterday I watched those shows with him as a baby. Wonderful memories, Cesar. My thoughts with you and your family friend. Sandra from Scotland.”
Another replied to Cesar’s video, writing, “I’m so sorry for your loss. He will be missed, especially by you and all your fans, as we have watched him grow up on your shows. I feel a loss tonight listening to you talk about Junior. How special he was to you. All the best.”
A fan tweeted, “Everyone knows Cesar Milan in America, including my cat from hell well I am shocked I bet America is to that Cesar Millan‘s partner passed away I know the story about Junior taking Daddy place to help dogs overcome their fears and behaviors how sad rest in peace Junior.”
User Vannesa Dodd wrote, “So incredibly sorry. I know this was hard to video. I couldn’t finish a sence about my boy when he passed without crying. The pain is horrible. I’m happy you have those beautiful memories with him.”
Another announced, “I just read that Junior, Cesar Millan’s pitty, has passed away. He was 15. First of all… how can it be that he was 15?!?!?! He was a puppy playing with Daddy just a minute ago. Sigh. It’s so sad. My condolences to @cesarmillan and family. RIP sweet boy #Junior.”
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The 15-year-old Junior was the Cesar new dog he had been proposing to choose, although Daddy disagreed. Following he disregarded Cesar’s first few options, he finally came to like a new gray and white puppy.
“Older dogs sometimes just don’t want to deal with an energetic puppy,” Cesar opened up that time, “So I hesitated to stress him out with a young dog… (but) you can’t believe how well it went! The puppy immediately lowered his head, surrendering to the older dog, and allowed Daddy to smell him all over.”
Quickly, the puppy began to follow Daddy around, immediately giving his loyalty from his litter and mother to the calm, the new pitbull, and Daddy accepted him as well.
Junior relaxed at night cuddled up next to Daddy from the first days, and Daddy decided to teach Junior how to be like him. This even covered Daddy educating the puppy on the all-important skills.
The cute puppy easily learned most of Daddy’s teachings, notably taking on Daddy’s calm mellowness, which has always was essential in facing aggressive dogs.
For Cesar’s role, he rarely used words to interact with the new pitbull at first, and then just when he knew that they were on the equivalent non-verbal wavelength. It was when “I saw he was making eye contact and looking to me for direction,” Cesar explains that he would start talking to him.
In this non-verbal training method, Cesar had not yet identified the new puppy, but the blue pit had seen Cesar’s label“Tsch!” command, which indicates “I don’t agree with what you’re doing right now.” He additionally learned the familiar lip-smacking “kiss” sound, meaning “come here!”
As dogs are first animals, then species and breed, then eventually name, truly naming a puppy is not as big a deal as humans sometimes believe, and Millan didn’t require a name for the puppy to be his Pack Leader. Nonetheless, the team of “Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan” had used to calling the pup “Daddy, Jr.,” which was quickly reduced to the name we all know now: Junior.