Brandon Mcmillan Dancing With The Stars

Is Brandon McMillan going to be in another TV show?

Many months have passed since Brandon left Lucky Dog, but has he ever considered returning to the small screen? According to the dog trainer, he receives pitches about new shows on a regular basis — but none of them are what hes looking to do.

“If its the right show, I would do it,” he says. “Lucky Dog was born because it was what I was doing every day … if its the right show, and if its the right idea, of course Ill do it.”

However, he says, at this moment, there isnt anything thats caught his eye — and while he may have a few ideas of his own, its not something he believes would get picked up by a network.

“My ideas are very raw, like tracking strays in the streets and going out to the deserts and spending a week finding a stray thats been out there for six to eight months,” he says. “But right now its not the network needs. Its not what the networks are looking for.”

Brandon McMillan’s new YouTube series, Stray Recon, helps stray dogs!

Brandon’s new series, Stray Recon, focuses on the enormous stray population of dogs in Los Angeles. The new show, exclusively on YouTube, follows Brandon as he finds lost dogs and gets them the help they need.

A dog trainer who focuses on rescue and rehabilitation

Brandon McMillan has spent his entire life perfecting the art of dog training. From years as a wild animal trainer for film and television, McMillan has created a unique training system he likes to call a “Hybrid System”. This system brings all his knowledge and experience of working with wild animals and applies it to the world of domestic dogs. And these distinct methods were shown on his hit television show “Lucky Dog” on CBS. That’s where he made his “7 Common Commands™” training system popular. (Sit, Stay, Down, Come, Off, Heel, No). For years, he’s been rescuing and training dogs, and this has become his main focus. Learn why Brandon believes in Lucy Pet Foods for the nutrition they need for a healthy and happy life!


Who owns Lucky Dog Ranch now?

Today, Brandon continues to train shelter dogs and place them with families. He was the host of the hit CBS show Lucky Dog, for 7 seasons until he left to pursue other opportunities such as founding the Argus Service Dog Foundation. He’s also the author of the book Lucky Dog Lessons: Train Your Dog in 7 Days.

Did Lucky Dog Ranch survive the fire?

The goal of The Lucky Dog Ranch is to provide the kind of experience that Owner, David Weiss was looking for when he had to travel and put his own dogs in a kennel. It quickly became clear that what dogs love is the ability to socialize and run and play.

Is Brandon McMillan getting married?

Most of the animals at Lucky Ones Ranch were rescued before the LNU Lightning Complex fires destroyed the sanctuary. Now, the owners say they we rebuild, and come back “even better.” VACAVILLE, Calif.