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By Lisa Respers France, CNN
updated 3:50 PM EST, Tue December 10, 2013
No one's safe when it comes to Internet death hoaxes, and that includes popular dog trainer Cesar Milan. After erroneous reports that Milan had passed away erupted in early December, <a href='http://instagram.com/p/wJsmhWuXQ3/' target='_blank'>he posted a rebuttal on Instagram</a>, assuring his fans that he was " safe, happy and healthy." No one's safe when it comes to Internet death hoaxes, and that includes popular dog trainer Cesar Milan. After erroneous reports that Milan had passed away erupted in early December, he posted a rebuttal on Instagram, assuring his fans that he was " safe, happy and healthy."
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