Cesar Millan is a self-taught American dog trainer known as "The Dog Whisperer."
He even has a show to prove his talents on Nat Geo Wild.
Millan is kicking off his last season of the show.
He shared his experience at the Daytona International Speedway. He also spoke about one of his worst cases ever at the Playboy Mansion.
The show demonstrates Millan's application of his philosophy that healthy, balanced dogs require strong "pack leadership" from their owners, specifically in the form of exercise, discipline and affection.
CBS Atlanta Jennifer Banks spoke with Millan who also answered a viewer Facebook question.
Facebook question- Susan Mathis:"My dog Sugar is very demanding. She likes to snack all day long and when she doesn't get a snack she poops on her pee pad and eats it. How do I handle this crazy behavior?"
Millan explains this dog isn't getting enough minerals or Sugar is eating out of boredom.
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