Disappointed fans have been sending their condolences via social media after news from the ravaging Internet reported that the popular dog whisperer, Cesar Milan, has died early today in California.
According to an online source, UNAM Noticias, Milan, mostly known for his ability to rehabilitate and train dogs (or train dog owners to understand their dogs) has died from a heart attack early this morning in Santa Clarita hospital. Yesterday afternoon Mexican-American dog whisperer was rushed to the hospital for a “fulminate heart attack, which paralyzes the heart unavailable for the blood to reach his brain, and other vital organs… [which] cause[ed] the death,” the website stated.
The website reported that the wife of Milan, Jahira Dar, stated in a news conference, “I hope you can understand my lost, and I would appreciate if you can give us our space for our mourning”.
Oddly, no other news source has reported of Milan’s death other than UNAM, not even the mainstream gossip sites that crave for this sort of news. And, nobody, except the online source, were at the “news conference”. Fortunately for you, LatinTrends has discovered that this news is FALSE.
In fact, Cesar Milan’s dog, Junior, released a statement on his facebook page stating:
“Reports of my Pack Leader’s untimely demise are greatly exaggerated. I can happily report he is safe, happy, and healthy. I can also tell you he kept me up all night snoring, my breakfast was a little late but I did get a great morning walk. As Cesar keeps telling me: Exercise. Discipline. Affection. – the key to a long, balanced, and healthy life!”