Mini German Shepherd abandoned at Home Depot -Watch when she’s told she’s a good girl for first time

Rocky Kanaka
17 Mar 202428:13

Summary

TLDRIn this touching video transcript, the host shares an intimate moment with a fearful, stray German Shepherd found in a Home Depot parking lot. The dog, initially unresponsive to treats and affection, gradually warms up to the host's gentle and patient approach. The host emphasizes the importance of patience and understanding in helping such dogs come out of their shells, and the need for a supportive community to help them find loving homes. The video also highlights the power of positive reinforcement and the transformative impact of showing love to animals in need.

Takeaways

  • 🌟 The speaker is providing comfort and companionship to a fearful dog in a shelter, aiming to reduce its stress and anxiety.
  • 🎥 The dog's initial reluctance to engage is common for animals in fear states, and the speaker uses patience and treats to slowly build trust.
  • 🐾 The speaker emphasizes the importance of avoiding direct eye contact to de-stress the situation and make the dog feel more comfortable.
  • 📝 The dog's backstory is revealed through a shelter information sheet, indicating she was found as a stray and has been at the shelter for a week.
  • 🚫 The speaker clarifies that the video is not a training video but a shared journey to show the impact of comfort and love on dogs.
  • 🎁 The speaker receives mail from viewers, including art and toys for the dogs, showcasing the positive impact of the video content.
  • 📦 The shelter appreciates the support but requests not to be overwhelmed with mail sent directly to their location.
  • 🆕 The dog, initially without a name, is given the name 'Bobby' by the speaker and the dog seems to respond positively to it.
  • 👋 The speaker encourages the viewer to share the dog's story to help find her a home, emphasizing that she will need patience and understanding.
  • 🏡 The speaker explains that adopting a dog like Bobby will require time and space for the dog to develop curiosity and come out of its shell.
  • 💌 The speaker expresses gratitude to the community for their support and involvement in helping dogs like Bobby find their forever homes.

Q & A

  • What is the main goal of the person in the transcript when interacting with the dog?

    -The main goal is to provide comfort and reduce the dog's anxiety and stress, helping it to eventually accept affection and increase its chances of adoption.

  • Why does the person mention that their voice sounds like AI?

    -They use a filter on their voice because the barking is so loud that it would be hard to hear the video without it.

  • What is the significance of the person avoiding eye contact with the dog?

    -Avoiding eye contact is a method to de-stress the situation, as direct eye contact can be intimidating or threatening to a fearful dog.

  • How does the person try to connect with the dog initially?

    -The person tries to connect by offering treats and sitting down to appear smaller and less threatening.

  • What is the dog's reaction to the treats?

    -Initially, the dog shows no interest in the treats due to its fear state, but later it starts to show some interest and takes a treat.

  • What is the dog's background according to the information provided in the transcript?

    -The dog is around 3 years old, found as a stray in a Home Depot parking lot, and has been at the shelter for about a week.

  • How does the person react to the dog's progress?

    -The person is very encouraging and positive, praising the dog for even small signs of progress, such as taking a treat or showing interest.

  • What is the 'Pac-Man' method mentioned by the person?

    -The 'Pac-Man' method is a technique where the person places a row of treats and tries to entice the dog to move forward by progressively getting closer to the dog.

  • What is the importance of naming the dog, Bobby, in the process?

    -Naming the dog helps to create a personal connection and gives the dog a sense of identity, which can be a crucial step in its recovery and adoption process.

  • How does the person plan to help the dog, Bobby, in the future?

    -The person plans to continue providing comfort and patience, allowing Bobby to develop curiosity and come out of her shell at her own pace, and will advocate for her adoption through the community.

  • What is the role of the audience and community in helping dogs like Bobby?

    -The audience and community play a crucial role in sharing the dog's story, being its voice, and helping it find a suitable home through adoption.

Outlines

00:00

🤗 Welcoming a New Friend

The paragraph introduces the scenario where the speaker is comforting a fearful dog in a new environment. The speaker explains the importance of patience and understanding when dealing with scared animals, emphasizing that this is not a training video but a journey to show how comfort and love can positively impact a dog's well-being. The speaker also mentions the use of a filter to mute the barking sounds to make the video more enjoyable for the viewers.

05:01

🐾 Building Trust with Treats

In this paragraph, the speaker describes attempts to build trust with the dog using treats. Despite the dog's initial reluctance due to fear, the speaker patiently tries different methods, such as placing treats closer and using the 'Pac-Man method' to encourage the dog to move forward. The speaker also shares the dog's lack of interest in the treats, which is a sign of her fear state, but notes the first small success when the dog takes a treat, symbolizing progress in their interaction.

10:03

🌟 A Name for Bobby

The speaker discusses the process of finding a name for the dog, who was initially nameless. After considering a connection to Home Depot, where the dog was found, the speaker decides on the name 'Bobby.' The paragraph highlights the significance of naming and positive affirmations in building a bond with the dog. The speaker uses the name to reassure and comfort Bobby, reinforcing the idea that she is a 'good girl' and deserving of love.

15:05

💌 Mail Time with Bobby

This paragraph features a segment where the speaker opens mail from viewers while interacting with Bobby. The speaker reads out letters and shares stories of how the videos have positively impacted the viewers' lives, including a touching story of how the techniques learned from the videos helped a viewer assist a lost child. The speaker expresses gratitude for the support and engagement of the community, emphasizing the collective effort to help dogs like Bobby.

20:06

🤗 Comfort and Adoption

The speaker discusses the importance of providing a safe and patient environment for Bobby to come out of her shell. The speaker explains that adopting a dog like Bobby requires understanding and time, as she may need weeks or months to adjust and become comfortable with her new surroundings. The speaker calls for the community's help in sharing Bobby's story to increase her chances of finding a loving home, highlighting the unique bond that can be formed by rescuing a dog in need.

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Keywords

💡Comfort

In the context of the video, comfort refers to the emotional and physical solace provided to the dog to alleviate its fear and anxiety. The speaker emphasizes the importance of offering love and patience to help the dog feel secure and gradually come out of its shell. This is illustrated when the speaker talks about sharing the journey of showing dogs that a little comfort can go a long way and make a lasting impact.

💡Fear State

A fear state is a psychological condition in which an animal, particularly a dog in this context, exhibits signs of fear, anxiety, or distress due to an unfamiliar or threatening environment. In the video, the dog is described as being in a fear state, which is evident by its reluctance to accept treats and its avoidance of eye contact. The speaker aims to help the dog overcome this fear state by using gentle and non-threatening approaches.

💡Eye Contact

Eye contact in this context refers to the act of looking directly into another's eyes, which can be a powerful form of non-verbal communication. The speaker mentions the importance of avoiding direct eye contact with the dog to reduce stress and anxiety. By not focusing on the dog's eyes, the speaker aims to de-stress the situation and make the dog feel less threatened.

💡Adoption

Adoption in the context of the video pertains to the process of taking an animal, in this case a dog, into a new home. The speaker discusses the importance of finding the right adoptive family for the dog, emphasizing that it will require patience and understanding as the dog may need time to adjust and build trust with its new owners.

💡Positive Affirmations

Positive affirmations are encouraging and supportive statements used to uplift and reinforce confidence and self-esteem. In the video, the speaker uses positive affirmations such as 'good girl' to build a rapport with the dog and to create a positive association with human interaction.

💡Pac-Man Method

The Pac-Man method is a playful term used by the speaker to describe a technique of gradually moving treats closer to the dog to encourage it to come forward. The name is derived from the popular arcade game where the character Pac-Man moves forward eating dots. In the video, this method is used to coax the fearful dog out of its corner and engage with the speaker.

💡Shelter

A shelter in this context refers to an animal rescue center where stray, lost, or abandoned animals are housed and cared for until they can be adopted. The video discusses the process and conditions within a shelter, highlighting the importance of adoption and the challenges faced by dogs like the one featured in the video.

💡Treats

Treats are small food items given to dogs as rewards or for training purposes. In the video, treats are used as an initial step to gain the dog's trust and to encourage interaction. They serve as a tool to break the ice and establish a positive association with the speaker.

💡Name

In the context of the video, naming is significant as it represents a personal connection and identity for the dog. The speaker and the audience engage in a brainstorming session to find a suitable name for the dog, which is currently unnamed. The act of naming symbolizes recognition and the beginning of a bond between the dog and potential adopters or caregivers.

💡Mail Time

Mail Time refers to a segment in the video where the speaker opens and shares letters and packages sent by viewers. This activity serves to acknowledge and appreciate the support and engagement of the audience, while also providing a personal connection between the speaker and the viewers. It adds a community feel to the video and showcases the impact of the speaker's work.

Highlights

The speaker reassures a fearful dog, emphasizing a non-threatening presence and a calm environment.

The speaker discusses the importance of avoiding direct eye contact to reduce stress for the dog.

A method for working with dogs is shared, which involves using treats to establish trust.

The speaker reflects on the impact of a dog's fear and how it can prevent them from taking treats.

The use of a filter on the speaker's voice is explained to accommodate the loud barking environment.

The speaker's approach to building trust with the dog is detailed, including sitting down and making themselves small.

The speaker's realization that the dog may not have ever been shown love or received a toy is discussed.

The speaker introduces a new name, 'Bobby', for the dog and explains the thought process behind it.

The speaker emphasizes the need for patience and understanding when adopting a dog with a history like Bobby's.

The positive impact of the speaker's methods is highlighted by a story of a child being safely returned home.

The speaker shares fan mail and art, showing the broader community impact of their videos.

The speaker's commitment to helping dogs find homes and the importance of community support is stressed.

The speaker's method of slowly moving the dog, Bobby, out of her corner to encourage comfort and trust is described.

The speaker's observation that Bobby is shedding badly and the symbolic meaning of dog hair on clothing is shared.

The speaker's pride in Bobby's progress and the importance of recognizing small steps of trust is highlighted.

The speaker calls for community help to share Bobby's story and find her a home, emphasizing her need for a patient adopter.

The speaker's final words of encouragement to Bobby, reinforcing the positive changes observed in her behavior.

Transcripts

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hi can I come in your

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space hi I'm just going to hang out with

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you here for a minute is that okay no

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pressure I know this can be a scary

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place especially if you don't know

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what's going on and you don't know why

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you're

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here but I'm going to spend a little

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time with you okay we're going to we're

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going to work through this we're going

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to figure this out together I think

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she's looking at me isn't she no I think

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she's trying to not look she's

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hiding it's really loud in here

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sometimes people say oh why does your

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voice sound like

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AI I'm not AI but I put a filter on it

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because the Barking is so loud it would

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be hard to even hear the video if we

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just played the AUD like listen to

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here's just some

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audio see all that barking you

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definitely couldn't watch my videos with

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your

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dog so I mute it so that you can hear it

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but just know that unfortunately I can't

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mute it for

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her you know there are a lot of methods

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in working with dogs and this is

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definitely not a training video this is

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a a journey that I share to just show

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some of these dogs and how a little

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Comfort can go a long way a little love

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can make a lasting impact and that's

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what we're trying to do here and the

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thing I've noticed over time is avoiding

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eye contact and not giving them eye

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contact really goes a long way it just

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de-stresses the

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situation one of the first things I try

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is a treat now when a dog's in this fear

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State it's typically unlikely that

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they'll take a treat but if they do that

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is my first step in to allowing them to

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accept some of my love not a tree taker

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okay all right I'm going to go ahead and

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sit down I want to get small as I can

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with her I think it's a her you got a

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pink collar on she going to go real slow

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keep looking

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away I've noticed that the more dramatic

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I can make the Look

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Away the less stress so that yeah so the

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dog clearly sees my head and my eyes

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just not focused on them they are not

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the focus of this

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interaction use this my phone as kind of

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a rearview mirror to see her well she's

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cute she definitely kind of a one of the

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smaller German Shepherds that I've seen

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I glanced at our info sheet and I said

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it I think it said like between 35 and

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75 lbs which is kind of a broad

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range I think she's 35 lbs for sure I

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mean that delicious treat is right there

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and she has zero interest in it honestly

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I I don't know if we'll be able to have

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any impact on her and and a lot of dogs

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surprise me but she is she is so I mean

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not shut down but so dis interested in

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receiving any sort of Love remember

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there are no goals when I sit with a dog

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but if we can get her to accept some

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affection it will only increase her

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chances of getting adopted and just

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her reduce her anxiety and her stress

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which would be so helpful but I think if

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anything it's just going to take time

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I'm going to find out her story here in

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a minute Alexis can you look up her

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story and tell me here in just a little

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bit yeah of course Alexis is going to

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look in the shelter system she's got her

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computer with us and she's just sitting

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right out there and uh she's going to be

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able to look into the system and see if

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there are any notes and we'll get we'll

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get some more info on her but I mean

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look she has not moved from that look

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away position I'm going to try another

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treat that I'm going to put it closer to

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her the reason I don't go in and and

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take that treat and give it to her again

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closer is because what I don't want to

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do as small as it may seem is take

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something away like I want to add things

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so I'm going to give her another treat

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closer and see if that does

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anything she did I am going to bump it

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for closer oh oh I should Oh wrong move

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I just even said I going to do that and

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then I did it I'm going try this

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again dogs are so much like people is

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wild right like sometimes sometimes the

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fear that we have inside of us is so big

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that we can't even take a step forward

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albeit so small like that treat is an

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inch away from her snout and she is too

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scared to reach forward to take that

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treat but we're going to help we're

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going to work on that and guess what I

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know I said I didn't know if we could do

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anything now that we have some treat

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movement we're oh we can we can show

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this girl some love we we can make an

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impact here I'm going to try the the I

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call it the Pac-Man

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method

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very scientific here you know it's kind

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of like when Pac-Man Chumps all the

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treats forward so I kind of put a row of

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treats and then will she packman in

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forward let's

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see come on come on thinking

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about no okay I'm going to try again I'm

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going to go backwards on the Pac-Man

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method oh maybe not oh so

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close I'm going to make the crumbs even

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crummier

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can you guys see that I went from like

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big to small come on so close she got it

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she got it yeah player being cool being

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cool Rocky be cool that's that's like my

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life motto be reminding myself to be

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cool cool be cool bro I I think it's

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great because it's like when you see a

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dog like this in this state it's so hard

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and it's so painful and it just hurts

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your heart but it's like if you you

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think forward from this moment with that

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little progress right there like you can

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just fast forward to seeing her on the

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couch cuddling with a family being loved

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being supported like someone giving her

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the same loyalty that she gives them in

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the first place and like that and that

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makes me really happy and that's what I

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try to look at cuz when I sit here it's

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really easy to get angry and frustrated

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especially if I find out her story and

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it's a bad one so I just always try to

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look forward and see the dog that I know

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she will be

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I'm going to try

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something I'm going try an open hand

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now see an open hand is a much bigger

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Step A lot of times trainers will advise

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you to go with an open hand with a treat

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versus handing it where your fingers can

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be little Vienna sausages and they'll

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take them off

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but this is a much

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Bolder statement with a dog who is shut

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down and terrified and so this just

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makes a little easier because every

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centimeter makes a difference when

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you're dealing with a shut down

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dog it's just less in your face but

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that's really good we have some progress

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I think we find out a little bit more

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about her story to see if we can get a

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little information oh okay Alexis what

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uh tell me more about her how old old is

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she so uh they're saying she's around 3

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years old okay so she's pretty young do

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we have a name she has no

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name uh and she is available she was

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found as a stray by a Good Samaritan

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when did she come in she came in about a

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week ago now so she's been here for

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seven days so so here's how it works at

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this shelter and it's different Shelter

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by shelter the the shelter in your town

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is is likely different but they're

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they're all very similar it's a 5-day

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hold if the owner is unknown to give a

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family time to come in and find their

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dog if she's not microchip there she not

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microchipped right no she's not

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microchipped so no no

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collar no collar no leash uh found stray

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she was found in a Home Depot parking

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lot a lot of times when dogs are found

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in those situations in my opinion

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they're they're trying to get help now

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they may not go they may not be seeking

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help but they're looking for food or

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something because they're really

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struggling water you know they don't

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know how to survive on the street

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because if it's a street dog they'll

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typically stay away from busy places hi

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are you looking for another treat let's

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try an open hand you want a

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treat oh that was good that was really

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good some good things happened right

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there so she put her pause forward very

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small movement I'll replay it very small

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movement but a really big movement in

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her world and then she inspected me

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before she took the treat so she sniffed

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me out so that's that's really good is

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she looking at me right now she is right

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no still no I feel it's funny cuz I mean

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maybe she's looking at your butt I get

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to a

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lot I don't I I don't think I've ever

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been able to say

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that

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dog maybe let's keep this yeah from dogs

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yes all right let's keep this family

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friendly Killy looking at you okay yeah

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cuz my wife's making inappropriate

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comments I guess I made inappropriate

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com oh yeah we're making progress that's

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good that's really good right there

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she's actually in a really bad spot and

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I'll tell you why she''s been here for 7

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days and she's still acting this way and

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that's a problem because as people walk

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by the kennel when she's scared and

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she's shut down people don't see her and

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I know you're watching this video and

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you might see that is the dog that I

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would be attracted to that might be

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because you're a dog person or you're

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experienced or you're seeing this video

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and you're seeing her story but I'm

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statistically dogs that are at the back

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of the kennel that are shut down are

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less likely to get adopted and they

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don't make it out of shelters and so you

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know she's available now for adoption

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and it's one of the reasons we do this

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and one of the reasons I appreciate you

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all so much just being involved and

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engaged in sharing this and becoming a

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member by the way would love to have you

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as a member and be a part of this

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community but we get to tell her story

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right we get to be the voice for the

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voiceless and even bigger than that is

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we get to show her some love and comfort

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and I've seen a drastic turnaround from

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just a small amount of comfort where you

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come in the next day or the next hour

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and they're at the front of the kennel

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or they're approaching humans because

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they see humans now as a good thing

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maybe a treat dispenser and that's okay

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too I'm okay with that I'm okay seeing

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being seen as a giant Pez treat

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dispenser so now we know our story which

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doesn't tell us much she was brave

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enough to probably look for help that

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was probably a big step and so I'm going

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to tell her how proud I am of her for

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that we're going to move into some

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positive affirmations and I'm going to

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try to move back a little

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bit just to get a little more on her

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level and in her eyesight

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hi uh oh we don't have a name right no

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name yeah

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let's think about something that has to

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do with Home Depot Home Depot what could

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what could have to do with Home Depot I

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mean I don't want to name her

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Depot but something let's try this

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you're a good girl you're a good girl hi

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you're a good girl hi do you want a

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treat do you want a treat do you want a

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treat good girl you're a good girl you

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want to treat do you want to treat good

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girl you're a good girl I would I would

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absolutely say she's never heard that

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before treat or good girl I mean there's

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zero reaction so uh that's okay it'll be

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the first time she's ever been told

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she's a good girl and I'm okay with

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being the first person to ever tell you

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that because you are a good girl you

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know that you are deserving of love and

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you are a good girl and I am so proud of

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you for being brave enough to ask for

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help that could not have been easy and

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now you're safe and you are probably the

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littlest German Shepherd I've ever seen

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which makes you so unique and special

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and I know right now it's hard to look

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at at me and make eye contact but just

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know that I love you and you are worse

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more than you know we got a little eye

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movement there she felt it you're a good

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girl you're loyal and you're kind and

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you're loving and you're deserving and

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one day you're going to have a family

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who loves you and you're going to be

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able to give your love and loyalty in

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return good girl

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here you go we're going to try just a

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little touch huh hey good girl he a good

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girl

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yeah good

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girl yeah it's just good girl does that

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feel good huh you feel good yeah you

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want a

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treat huh you want a treat yeah okay we

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take a little break she's processing a

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lot of information right there and you

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can see like there's no not an ounce of

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of any fear turning into any reaction

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like no teeth snarling or growling or

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anything like that she just doesn't know

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what to do right she just hasn't

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probably ever been shown love before and

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she might have been on the streets long

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enough to be feral not fully feral but

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you know to start to regress to that

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over that

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evens okay that feels good though

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doesn't it does that feel good a little

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bit she's leaning into that a little bit

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that's good that's a good girl

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you're a good girl thank you thank you

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for giving me a little trust here yeah

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does that feel good yeah good

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girl yeah does that feel

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good okay can we get in there a little

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bit there we go oh yeah okay good girl

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take a little break little breather what

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do we come with a name yet we got to

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work on a name or what about what's Home

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Depot's color orange hope does a lot of

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donations to animal shelters like for

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helping them build stuff so that's good

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this is not a sponsored Home Depot post

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they have like a slogan or a saying you

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guys wouldn't know you're not my Home

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Depot audience um

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yeah get it done that's the that's not

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their slogan get it

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done maybe that should be though um how

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doers get more

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done well that was pretty close I mean

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get it done outd doers give sure it's

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funny it is funny I know it doesn't seem

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funny right now but that was funny um

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she did not lie for your joke we don't

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have to do home deep we don't have to

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name her after something home I feel

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like we're trying to force it I'm like

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you know thinking about like a cedar or

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pine or

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Oak hammer

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wrench how about Bobby has nothing to do

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with Home Depot and I think that's

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probably a good thing well Bob the

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Builder Bob the Builder Bobby the

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Builder Bobby the Builder okay I like

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has nothing to do with Home Depot I

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think is she getting tired you know a

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lot of dogs in this state that their

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fear is just so exhausting that when

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they do get into a comfortable State

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they fall asleep which is understandable

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and so that that's a good that's

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actually a good sign right there she

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won't put her head down it' be really

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nice if she' put her head down and relax

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a little bit but oh okay so Bobby Let's

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try her a new name even though she's

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falling asleep Bobby Bobby do you like

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that name

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is Bobby a good name hi Bobby Bobby

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you're a good girl look at that she's

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looking up Bobby you're a good girl good

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girl Bobby sorry did I move too fast

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Bobby I'm sorry I'll take it slow you

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want to check me out I'll give you a

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little head rub again you seem to like

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those Bobby you're a good girl yes just

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a good girl yeah Bobby you're a good

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girl okay good Bobby yeah what okay a

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good girl I think she likes her name

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okay so now we're going to do a fun

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segment cuz I want to spend a little

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more time with her cuz sometimes it just

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takes time you know you all have been

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sending mail sneaky sneaky you looked up

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the address of the shelter and you sent

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mail now don't everyone go and send a

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bunch of mail cuz the shelter only has

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so much they're not a post office box

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right but I did get some mail and uh I

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thought it'd be fun to open it and Bobby

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and I could read it to you guys you okay

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oh you have it yes okay okay and you