Very simply, I do not think that Caesar Milan is good for dogs. (period) He has a sensationalist type of show, that makes for good television.
His methods are generally not the way most respectable trainers will train dogs.
His methods are an antiquated methodology that uses Positive Punishment and Negative Reinforcement. These methods train by creating fear of being punished. Today's modern methodology uses Positive Reinforcement which rewards a good behavior and creates a closer bond between dog and owner.
There was an article by the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior basically saying that what Caesar Milan does and shows is not a good message to be showing to the public.
There was an excellent segment on the Tracie Hotchner "Dog Talk" radio show that you can listen to online. It is definitely worth listening to.
The website is: Tracie Hotchner - Dog Talk the Radio Show
The link for the program which aired Feb. 28, 2009 is: http://www.traciehotchner.com/dt/pod...k_02_28_09.mp3
Unless he has changed recently, I have never seen Milan ever rewarding or praising a dog for doing something good. His whole premise seems to revolve around punishment.
Sorry folks. I have no respect for this man at all, other than being good at marketing himself.