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His bark is much bigger than his bite.

The Kupferberg Center for the Arts and North Shore Animal League America will present Cesar Millán Live — an interactive, educational show on building happier, healthier relationships between humans and their pet dogs — at Queens College on Saturday, May 6, starting at 8 pm. Ticket prices range from $35 to $79.

The night’s star, Millán, will share the stage with his best friend, Junior, and another trusty four-legged pal, Benson. He will impart his philosophies on inter-species communication with an emphasis on how humans can effect positive change via something he calls “calm-assertive” energy.

At one juncture, he will demonstrate his training techniques with a small pack of dogs from local rescues.

A self-taught expert who began working with animals on his grandparents’ farm in Mexico as a child, Millán is a long-time television personality with three best-selling books, a magazine, a foundation, and two canine-psychology centers. He currently stars on Nat Geo WILD’s “Cesar 911” and he created the “Dog Nation” series on cable and Hulu which showed Millán and his son visiting cities around the world and helping locals with their pooches. Plus, he is known affectionately as “The Dog Whisperer” because of another television series.

Please note that no pets will be allowed in the Flushing venue, except for those that are performing.

Images: Cesar Millán

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