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PLEASANTON (CBS SF) — Brandon McMillan is the star of “Lucky Dog” on CBS.

A behaviorist well known for diversity, Brandon McMillan has spent his entire life perfecting the art of dog training. Drawing into his years as a wild animal trainer for film and television, McMillan has created a unique training system he likes to call a “Hybrid System” where he takes all his knowledge and experience working with wild animals and applies it to the domestic world of dogs.

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He’s constantly seen demonstrating his training methods on his television show “Lucky Dog” on CBS.

In this 3-time Emmy Award winning series, animal trainer Brandon McMillan’s second home is the neighborhood animal shelter, where he is determined to rescue hard-to-love, out-of control, untrained and unadoptable dogs.

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Then, back at Brandon’s training facility known as the Lucky Dog Ranch, he embarks on the seemingly impossible task of turning the frightened pooches into perfect pets.

In the end, a lucky family will adopt an even luckier dog, making each episode an adoption story that warms the heart. “People often tell me how their dog I got them actually seemed to save their life. That’s two lives saved,” says McMillan.

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You can catch Brandon speak at the Pet Food Express Bay Area Pet Fair, the nation’s largest pet adoption event, on Saturday, September 14, at 12noon.