DOG INSTRUCTOR: At my live
event in downtown San Diego, I have my hands full with Romey,
who’s attacking everybody. So he’s nervous. Oh, no. [laughter] This is not nervousness.
[dog growls] Shh! [dog growls meanly] Grab him and pass it to me. Pass him to you? DOG INSTRUCTOR: Yeah. [dog snarls] – Are you sure?
– Yeah. OK.
[dog snarls aggressively] Ah!
[scream] Oh, my god. [dog yelps and snarls] There we go. That’s all right. [applause] Same arms.
Right here. Right there.
My baby. No problem. That’s a perfectly good
reason why my dad is who he is. Because I had no intentions
of touching that dog. With her, by her
feeling so emotional, it makes them feel protected. What I’m doing is just
I’m just staying calm. Come here. Yeah. [laughter] Here. Right there. How you doing?
– Good. How are you? Right?
[applause] Good boy, Romey. So. [applause] The problem here is not the dog. It’s just the energy who’s
holding that tells him I need to protect, because
my human is tense, or is nervous, or is anxious. What do you do for a living? Executive assistant. Executive assistant. Can you take, like, the
executive position here? [laughs nervously] Yes.
Yeah. See, executive assistant
means you’re following. But if you’re at executive,
that means you’re leading. I’m the CEO. There you go. [laughter] That’s right.
All right. – OK.
– Executive. Yes. Poom! Hi, Todd, how are you? How’s it going?
Good to see you. Good to see you, too.
[dog makes low growl] – Yeah, nice to see you.
– There we go. Was this better?
– Better? But he still growled. Well, you’re learning. It’s not him. [laughter]
[inaudible] He still did it. But you’re still nervous. What do you want me to do? So we already know
the dog can do it. OK. Now you have a
past experience. Right. So right? So you need to
live in the moment and forget about the past. One more time. [inhales sharply] [exhales]
Don’t forget to breathe. Breathe.
– OK. Yeah. Yeah.
– Hey. – Hey, Todd.
– How are you? Good to see.
– Good. Nice to see you. [applause] Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.