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From the inhospitable desert wilderness to the underground smuggling tunnels, Border Wars follows the chases, rescues and busts, and the agents and officers who use every means available to track illegal entrants in the unending quest to secure the border.
With countless dogs abandoned across the globe and carrying scars from their experiences that make them poor candidates for adoption, Millan steps in to rehabilitate those dogs whose uncertain futures are threatened with lifelong incarceration or death. Transferring extreme cases to his Dog Psychology Center — this time in Spain — Millan will rely on his framework dog behavioral expertise as well as his instincts to isolate each dog's problem issues, reverse bad habits and give dogs the confidence and ability to join their new 'pack'. He will employ his 'exercise, discipline and affection' method, overcoming hurdles with dogs that are particularly skittish or aggressive to painstakingly rehabilitate each pup at his center and prepare them for adoption.
With rare access, National Geographic follows the Alaska State Troopers capturing a mixture of raw nature and criminal activity throughout the Alaskan wilderness and its remote villages.