Dogs are incredible | 개는 훌륭하다 EP.12 Part 2 [SUB : ENG/2020.02.11]

Dogs are incredible | 개는 훌륭하다 EP.12 Part 2 [SUB : ENG/2020.02.11]


(It’s finally time to meet today’s dog) We’re here to meet a dog. I’ve always wanted to be in here. I’ve always wanted to be in here. The control room. I was always envious. We’ve really improved. What has? – Us. / – With training… We’ve really improved. You’re semi-trainers? Right. I could be a trainer now, but I choose not to be. (No way) I’ll try to learn a thing or two. I’ll do my best. She’s going to start talking big after learning a few things here. Really? That’s why I’m the first girl to join the Gyu line. The dog Gyu line. (Kim Jimin is the first female in the dog Gyu what?) – Dog Gyu line. / – That sounds a bit weird. So what kind of dog will we meet? This dog is an interesting case. He’s fierce. And I heard when we first visited, he barked for an entire hour without stopping. (This episode seems like it’s going to be epic!) – For an hour? / – Without stopping? Maybe his throat will be hoarse and he won’t bark. Dogs rarely get hoarse throats. Ever seen a dog with a hoarse throat? No, I haven’t. (Gyeonggyu is a master at acting like a dog) Have you? They don’t get hoarse. (When we first met him) He was so young. Dokdo was only 15 days old. We fed him milk to raise him. (Dokdo was raised with a lot of love and care) What a cutie. (Where is Dokdo now?) (Here he is) (Are you filming me?) (They doubt their eyes) (What did I just see?) (No matter how) (You look at him) (And even if you look again) (He’s fat) He’s so fat. (Shocked) I don’t think of them as dogs. They’re family. That’s how I’ve been raising them. They’re family members while they’re still alive. Come here. (He’s heavy and slow) (But he acts cute) He acts cute a lot. And he always craves affection. Bamtol, come here. There you are. They have two dogs. Yes, you’re right. You want attention too? (The mother enters) Dokdo. (Startled) (Dokdo suddenly becomes threatening) (Eyes filled with fury) Gosh! Bad dog. He might bite. (He seemed to get along with the mother…) (Dokdo gets angry at the mother for no reason) What’s with you today? (His anger won’t subside) He’s so sensitive. He’s super sensitive. He won’t let us touch him. Whenever someone comes near me or tries to talk to me, he bites or barks. He does that sometimes. (So does Dokdo only like the eldest daughter?) I have to clip his nails. Huh? Hey! (He bares his fangs at the eldest daughter) (What’s going on here?) (He ends up biting her) Oh! He bit her. (I said not to do that!) (Everyone is flustered) He was with me just before. Let’s say he wants to change his target and sit next to my dad. He might start targeting me or my mom. There’s no set timing to this. He just does what he feels like. (Listen to how I feel! Okay?) (I’m warning you in case you don’t know) (Listen up, you’re in danger) Don’t do that. I said don’t. I said don’t do that. (I don’t even know myself) (Everyone get away from Dokdo, he’s getting fierce) (He growls at the mother) (He growls at the eldest daughter) (He even growls at the younger daughter!) He was so mild-mannered. Why did Dokdo become like this? Good question. What’s the problem? My younger sister got married and moved to Jeju-do. That’s when Dokdo got really sensitive. The person he loved the most suddenly disappeared. I played with him a lot and gave him treats often. I walked him the most. I think he was a bit more attached to me. After giving birth, I’m staying with my parents for a bit because I want to rest. I came with my baby, and Dokdo started shedding more. I think he’s even more depressed now. So he got worse? So that’s why. Does he feel like the younger sister abandoned him? Yes. (Staring) Dokdo, what is it? (Whining) What is it? (Dokdo keeps staring at the youngest daughter) I have to change her diaper. (He starts barking when she stands up!) Dokdo! So that’s why he keeps staring at the younger sister. (The eldest daughter comes home) (Now he gives all his attention to the eldest daughter) Come here. How have you been? Did you go out? Did you go out? You want me to pet you? Yeah? Right? Right? (But then) (Growl) Hey! (Dokdo suddenly has a change of heart) What is it? (Getting super sensitive) What’s wrong with him? (Even when he’s with the family) (Don’t touch my dad!) Oh no! Geez. (Frozen) What is it? (He won’t allow any physical affection) Why is it Dad again? He’ll bark at the family when his affection is shifted. How often does it shift? Whenever he feels like it. I don’t know what he’s thinking or feeling. I don’t know how to treat him. How could she know? She wouldn’t know. I bet she’s really concerned. I noticed that his affection kept shifting. He took the older sister’s side, then the younger one. Is this possible? Well… It’s possible. I think it’s definitely possible in this situation. I think he picks someone that does something special, is nice to him, or does something to surprise him. I’m on your side today.” It’s like that. He looks for an easy target every day. Yes, every day. He’s so romantic when he explains things, and he’s so realistic. No. Gyeonggyu’s tone was good. He’s looking for an easy target. He’ll try snapping at various people because everyone reacts differently. So from this clip, I noticed that he’s a bit chunky. I think we should watch more to find out why he gained weight. That’s what I really want to know. (Why did Dokdo gain weight?) (Hurray! Food is here) Come here. It’s not for you. Okay? It’s not for you. You’re here to eat? (They’re having burgers today) (He really wants a bite) He left. – He did? / – Yeah. He really did get fat. (He needs to lose weight…) (What are you doing, Dokdo?) (Dokdo moves towards the parents) (He takes a seat) This is mine. Dokdo, this isn’t for you. (Dokdo is sad) Do you want some? (Bingo) You want some of this, Dokdo? Don’t feed him that, Mom! (Humph) (The eldest daughter leaves the table) (Cautiously looks) (No way…) (She feeds Dokdo a French fry!) You fed him? No. (Hyungwook’s scan is complete) (She quickly feeds him again) (The mother is getting bolder) He keeps begging. We can’t just eat all the food ourselves. Imagine how much they want to eat too. So I don’t give him much. Just a little. (Now she’s being so obvious about it…) (She can only laugh) He eats everything. (She feeds him again!) Stop feeding him this stuff, Mom! Where’s Bamtol? (LOL) I wish my mom wouldn’t feed him. I wish she wouldn’t feed him human food. My eldest daughter is really tough. Even if Dokdo begs right next to her, she won’t feed him. She’s really tough. I said not to. Look. I’m finished. No more food. (She didn’t have to show him…) I’m done eating. No more food. (Totally disappointed) No more food. I’m finished eating. (We thought it was just the mother that fed her…) No, Mom. (The father feeds him too) (You’re the best, sir!) They can be more sensitive if they’re unhealthy, right? Yes. Precisely. They get very sensitive when they’re unhealthy. I think that’s his case. He’s so fat now. I don’t think that’s good for him. Dogs get diabetes too. He might have diabetes. Wow, this is… My dog has diabetes. I have to give him insulin shots twice a day. It’s like this. Let’s say you’re feeling fine and someone bumps into your shoulder on the street. What would you do? Well… “Oh, it’s okay.” Right. But let’s say you’re living a very hard life. You’d yell when someone bumps into you. “Ow!” Right. Act like you’re in more pain. Dokdo isn’t in the room. Right? Dokdo isn’t in the room. Where is he? Dokdo is in the balcony. Oh, you’re right. He keeps looking inside. I feel so bad. He’s nervous. Do you know why? (1 hour ago) (Dokdo moves towards the balcony) Let’s go, Dokdo. Go pee. Go in there and pee. Go pee. Good boy. Hurry up and pee. (The bathroom is in the balcony) Hurry, Dokdo. Hurry and pee. (Just then) Hurry and pee. Let’s go for a walk. (Let’s go for a walk) Take him for a walk and brush his fur outside. (No way) Come here. (Moonwalking that would impress Michael Jackson) For crying out loud… Let’s go. Let’s go outside. Let’s go for a walk. Dokdo, let’s go for a walk. (I said I’m not going) Don’t growl at me! He won’t go if you say it’s a walk. (Does Dokdo hate walks?) We attempt it a lot, but he hates going outside. Getting him from our apartment to the elevator is always a war. Come here. Don’t lure him with treats, Mom. I’m leaving. Bye. Come on. (The eldest daughter tries this time) Come here now. He knows what’s going on. (He reacts a bit to the situation…) I’m going to leave. You stay there. Dad, bring him out. He won’t listen. Come here. (Will he come out this time?) (Will he?) Take the collar in there and put it on him. (I said I’m not going…) He doesn’t want to come. (Dokdo prefers the balcony over walks) He won’t come. Dokdo, come here. This dog bites, and biting dogs are my expertise. Oh! I saw that last time. When my dogs growl at home, I grab them by the mouth. – What? / – So they can’t bite. I dominate them when they start growling. That stops their barking. So I’ll go stop this dog from growling. Smack him and grab him by the mouth. Why would I? You just said you’d do that. If he’s too aggressive, I’ll come right back. You remember what you learned, right? Don’t forget to do this when he runs at you. I know. You just do this and stand still. He was really good at doing this. – Stop it. / – I was shocked. Are you okay? (The moment that Jimin brought up…) Put your hands up like this. (Gyeonggyu’s greatest moment) – Right now… / – Be careful in there. I’m going for you two. If I didn’t volunteer, you two would have to go. You have to do a good job so we don’t have to go. – That’s true too. / – Good luck! I’ll try to do a good job. Come down if I do poorly. All right. (He somehow ended up volunteering…) What if he bites me? (He thinks about Dokdo’s face) I think this dog is going to be one of the toughest dogs I’ll meet. He keeps growling. It’ll hurt if he bites me. He’s going to bite you, Mom. (The family is still trying to get Dokdo out) – Look at him. / – How dare you? (Ding dong) He’s here! Hello! Hello. – Hello. / – Goodness! I’m here because of your dog. – Nice to meet you. / – Likewise. Oh, hello. Don’t bark, Dokdo! Don’t bark. (Should I be smiling about this?) He’s barking a lot. (Howl) He’s barking like a countryside dog. He’s howling a lot. City dogs usually go, “Bark, bark, bark.” But countryside dogs howl like, “Awoo!” He has a strong temperament. Awoo! Good eye, Gyeonggyu. You’re right. When did he start misbehaving? We… He got surgery. He was neutered. He got more sensitive after the surgery. Oh. I doubt it. – No? / – Nope. Gyeonggyu, ask them when he started growling. – What was that? / – How old was he? Ask them how old he was when he started growling. So after he was neutered, that’s when he started growling, or was it before that? It was before that. He was always fierce since he was a puppy. He always had a strong temperament. Since he was born? How many times a week do you walk him? We can’t get him outside. We want to take him outside, but he starts baring his fangs. – To you, ma’am? / – Yes. – He threatens the whole family. / – Everyone? (I understand now) Don’t dogs like going out for walks? Not him. When you go for a walk… Quiet, you! (Sad Bamtol) This noisy dog… I thought he was a semi-trainer. That was so mean. What kind of treats do you give him? Duck, chicken… We give him milk too. – What was that? / – Milk. The same milk that we drink? She gives her dog milk for babies? Basically, we feed him everything. (Gosh) There’s nothing he won’t eat. Even cola and coffee. (Culture shock) (Dokdo is an unbelievable eater) Someone said that a dog only gets fat because of the mother owner. My mom feeds my dogs all the time too. (This stranger reminds me of my mom…) Why is he being calm now? Because nobody else is moving around. He’ll look or bark if someone starts moving. Then I should go and see. Now he’s barking. (What?) (What?) (What is it?) He’s barking because he’s scared. Oh, he’s scared. (He carefully opens the balcony door…) Don’t get too close. He won’t bite. (Slide) (Dokdo starts barking more when the door opens) He really has his guards up. He seems to have separation anxiety too. He’s going like this with his mouth. He’s pouting. He’s getting ready. He’s aiming. I think we should get Mr. Kang in here. (Go ahead and bring him) I think you two should go in after he leaves. Gyeonggyu, once you leave, the mother should get the dog out of there. Ma’am, let your daughter hold the baby and try to get your dog out here. I have some trainers under me. “Trainers under me.” I’m worried that I’m one of those trainers he’s referring to. – In his mind. / – Right. – Good job. / – Good job, Gyeonggyu. Yes. Wow, he’s a tough dog. Stay and listen first. Don’t go yet. – Really? / – How was it, Gyeonggyu? I think I figured it out. (LOL) After hearing from them… (Panting) Mr. Kang, you want them to go in and walk around so you can see how the dog will react. Yes, that’s right. So go ahead. Get an ambulance ready. (I’m scared…) He’s a really fierce dog. I’m more scared of him than those Pungsans. This dog? I never thought those Pungsans were a big deal. What was that, Gyeonggyu? (Really? Would you like to come again?) He has all the problems of those problematic dogs we’ve met on this show. He’s aggressive and sensitive. He barks and won’t go on walks. He hates going outside. (Just then) Oh no. Mom, don’t. Don’t, don’t. (Trying to get Dokdo out of the balcony) Get out here. Come here. Let’s go. Come on, Dokdo! Hurry! Hurry! Come here, come here. Mom, block that door. Block that door. Just stand there. Come on. Let’s go. Get in there. Come on. Where are you going? Get in there now. (Got you!) Go, go. Go, go. (They finally got him out) (They sure worked hard…) (I hate going for walks) Let’s go. (Meanwhile, Yubi and Jimin are at the door) (He hides under the table after hearing the knocks) He ran away. (The students finally enter) Hello. May we come in? Yes, please come in. (I’ve never seen these girls before) (The family welcomes the girls…) Hello. My name is Lee Yubi. (Dokdo stays in a corner) Dokdo. He won’t come to you. Dokdo. I can tell by his ears and his tail that he’s… Yes, he’s nervous. Pardon me for asking… Pardon me for asking… (What does she want to ask?) Get the family and Bamtol all into one room. I want just you two to be with Dokdo. Can you all go stay inside a room? We want to see how Dokdo reacts when he’s around just us. (What will happen?) (The entire family enters a room…) (Dokdo suddenly starts barking) – Dokdo. / – He’s barking. (It’s just Yubi, Jimin, and Dokdo now) Should we approach him? Just one person! Stand up straight. Walk sideways. – Sideways? / – Good. Then gently hold your hand out. Excellent. Keep your shoulders straight. Shoulders straight. Good. (She approaches slowly…) (So nerve-racking) (Even the owners are worried…) What is the dog doing now? He seems very nervous. (Stay away) I see something behind you. The chair at the table. This chair? Should I sit here? Yes, just sit down there. (Even when she won’t approach, he’s still wary) He keeps growling and barking. (Don’t come near me!) (Hyungwook seems concerned about Dokdo) That’s good enough. You can tell the family to come out now. Wrap things up nicely and come back. Gyeonggyu, it’s like this. Those dogs that get pregnant and leave home to have their puppies under a shipping container or on a mountain. They’re half-wild, shall I say? This is what happens to dogs like that. You can’t approach dogs like him rationally. He does seem a bit wild. I’ve never seen a dog bark like that at home. It’s not that he barks because he’s fierce or he wants to protect his owners. I could tell by his ears and his tail that he’s really stressed out. I was really impressed by the family. I was grateful. They raised that dog for 7 years. Dogs that bark like that and seem to hate you tend to be abandoned in Korea. So I was thankful that they stuck with him. (She cries thinking how hard Dokdo has it) Why are you crying all of a sudden? I always cry when I talk about abandoned dogs. Jimin is crying again. You’re really helping our show. How did he get so stressed out? I’m so curious. I’ll go take a look. You should get in there soon, Mr. Kang. (Gyeonggyu looks after Jimin) I’ll take care of things in here. – Hold the fort down. / – I’ll be with Jimin. Look after the trainers under you. Please look after Dokdo. – Good luck. / – I’ll be back. (Here comes Hyungwook) (Dokdo bites the mother and the sisters) (He’s always being aggressive) (He refuses to go for walks!) (It’s hard just getting a collar on him…) It would be better if he’s just aggressive. This is going to take some time. This will probably be really hard on Dokdo. (For Dokdo) (A door of resolution opens) It’s finally time. He’s in trouble now. This is always the most thrilling moment for me. (He enters politely) (Dokdo goes nuts after seeing Hyungwook) Welcome. Hold on. (Hyungwook scans the house…) (Who are you?) (So you’re Dokdo) (We should let Mr. Kang sit here…) Have a seat here. Let me look around first. I saw when my students were here. – Who’s the older sister? / – Me. And you’re the younger sister. (Talking in front of the door) (Most of the dogs on our show experienced this…) (A time of repentance…) (It’s the same for Dokdo’s family) (So comfortable) (This is hard) (Dokdo, are you sleepy?) He’s not barking anymore. You’re… He’s not barking. That’s strange. He’s really tired. He’s dozing off. (Blinking) Here’s an interesting fact. He’s not dozing off. – What’s he doing? / – He’s not dozing off. When dogs can’t avoid the situation, run away, or even hide, they’ll go… (Watch out for sleepy faces) Like this. (That’s unexpected!) So let’s do this. I want to see if we’re all on the same page. Ma’am, he barked at you when you tried to enter the room. Daughter, when you tried to stop him, he started growling at you. I saw him growl at you. And you don’t like that, do you? – Right. / – Right. Ma’am, you feel that this needs to be fixed too? You want him to play with other dogs, go on walks, urinate outside, be happy, and enjoy his walks, right? – Yes, that’s right. / – Right? – Yes. / – Is that right? So we all agree on that. (Getting Dokdo used to his collar) I want to put his collar on him. I’m going to give you his leash. Can you get it on him? Who can get his leash on him? (I hate collars!) (I don’t like them!) I’ll try. (The eldest daughter approaches…) (We see more whites in his eyes) Hold still. (Startled) (He rejects the collar) He barks like that. He doesn’t like the collar. (No mercy even for his owner…) No! So he bites. My dogs love having their leashes put on them. Right? They know it means they’re going out. Ouch! I said that hurts. Oh, you got it on him. I noticed you shouted when you put his collar on him. Why is that? (Dokdo runs off as they’re talking) Because he’s aggressive. When we go somewhere scary… “Come out! Come out! I’m not scared!” Is that why you shouted? Yes, that’s right. That’s understandable. You’re going to approach him again. Since the leash is on him, be confident. Stand up straight. Dokdo. Don’t talk to him. Because I can hear fear, regret, sorriness, and all sorts of emotions in your voice. Try to get him to come here. He doesn’t want to? Then just let go of his leash. He’s peeking out now. Now try grabbing his leash. All right, you have his leash. Sorry about this, ma’am. Please stand up again and walk towards the table. Wind up the leash as you approach him. (Approaching slowly) (Dokdo is flustered) Can you get the collar off him now? Slowly. (Growl…) Well done. Now have a seat. Why did I ask you at first what your goal is? Why did I ask you if you all want this training? It’s because I’m going to pressure him just enough so it doesn’t affect him biologically or psychologically. But he won’t like it. All right, I noticed something. Gyeonggyu and my two other students came by. And I noticed you were all very worried about Dokdo being tired and sleepy. (Earlier when Yubi and Jimin left) – Take care. / – Good job. Gosh, I bet that was hard for you, Dokdo. Gosh, I’m sorry. Your behavior needs to be fixed. I’m sorry. Just hang in there for today. Okay? What did he do? He hasn’t done anything. He’s stressed out. He’s dropping fact bombs. Ma’am, I bet after I leave, you’ll be like, “I bet that was hard for you.” That’s true. (Also troubled) If you think like that, it’s because this class didn’t work right. It’s going to be hard on him now. He’ll have to put up with things now. He’s going to go through hard times. You want him to become stronger. You can do this. I’ll put his collar on him now. When a dog gains weight, their neck gets thicker. That’s why this collar doesn’t fit him. It’s okay. Just be still. Ma’am, can you go over there? It’s okay. Just let it come off. (The collar is almost off) He’s having a hard time now. He’s trembling, but we need to help him. I bet you feel bad for him, but the best way to help him is to just stand there. Don’t talk to him or pet him. Just stand there. And just let him do what he wants. All right, all right. He could run away a few times too because that used to solve his problems in the past. But today, I’m not going to let him run away. (The collar is off…) He got the collar off. Oh no. (He runs away again) (He hops on the sofa) (Can you stop approaching me?) Just one last time, put his collar on him. You’re a lot smaller than… He’s biting, he’s biting. It doesn’t look like he bites hard. He doesn’t bite hard, but he’s still biting. Oh my. Good. Oh my. You can loosen his collar. No, it’s okay. His tongue is all blue. It’s because he gained weight, ma’am. Who got him so fat? (Turns away) Ma’am, how long do you want him to live? Him? 15 to 16 years. He won’t live that long like this. He’ll be dead in 3 years at this rate. If you raise him like this. I’m serious. Look at his body. He looks like he has severe diabetes. It’s okay. He’s being… Oh, gosh. It’s okay. It’s okay. Leave him be. Sir, leave him alone. It’s fine. It’s okay. I’ll only make him do what he’s capable of. (They feel terrible seeing this…) I bet you’re frustrated. (I hate collars!) (Dokdo reacts fiercely) It’s okay. Do you know who has to do this? You guys. If you keep letting him have his way, he’ll only get more aggressive and worse. It’s okay. Just stay there. Look how long his toenails are. (Upset and at a loss for words…) It’s okay. It’s okay. All this is fine. You don’t have to worry at all. Just have a seat. Sit down. – Ma’am, are you really okay? / – Yes, I am. I bet you feel like cussing me out. No, no. You jerk!” Don’t you want to say that? If we want our lives to be more comfortable, we shouldn’t think about things like that. (After resting, he starts tugging at his leash again) (He tries to go to the father for help…) No, no. It’s dangerous to be affectionate with him now. (The collar comes off again) (He runs away to the kitchen) I bet he hates me. If you keep letting him have his way, he’ll only get more aggressive and worse. Just leave him alone. Well done. (Dokdo ends up hiding in the room) (What’s going on inside the room?) (Curious… Nervous…) What’s going to happen? They’re fighting! Looks like something’s going on. They’re fighting. You’re really going to be like this? Oh, dear. That’ll only make it harder for you. He got him. Oh my. – He’s a feisty dog. / – He won’t come out. He refuses to come out. What does that face mean? It looks like he’s smiling, but he doesn’t like this. (All the owners can do is watch anxiously) (The collar keeps going on and off) (There’s an intense battle in the room) (What should we do?) (Don’t try this without a dog trainer present) Oh! (Fall) (Shocked at how furious and energetic Dokdo is) (Didn’t that hurt? He gets right up and runs away) (I hate collars) (Going ahead with the training) (I want to get this suffocating collar off me) This is hard for you. (He tries to get the collar off, but it doesn’t work) (Does he want to escape reality?) (Dokdo keeps scratching the balcony door) (No, not now) It might take a while after this training. He wants to go outside. He wants to avoid the situation. (He ends up urinating?) He’s peeing. He’s peeing. It’s because he’s scared. Oh no. (At a loss for words while watching Dokdo struggle…) Are you guys okay? I haven’t done anything special. I just tried to get his collar on him. But he hates it. Like a kid that will only go to school on a taxi. That’s how he’s been living, so he hates this. And he’s so weak now. I’m purposely being unaffectionate with him. You can’t say things like, “Sorry” and “What’s wrong?” Because when you say things like that, this is what the dog hears. (Whining) This. So he’ll think you’re weak. He’ll think you’re afraid of him. Oh, you’re panting? But I’m fine. This doesn’t bother me at all. (Hyungwook slowly gets on his knees) (Dokdo?) (Dokdo suddenly approaches Hyungwook) Then he’ll come to me like this. He wants affection. Do you know why he does this? Because he’s had enough. He wants to stop. “That’s enough. I’m tired.” Oh, he’s had enough. He wants a break. I’m sorry, Mr. Kang! I was wrong. I won’t bark from now on, so leave. Please leave and stop talking. I promise I’ll lose weight. Would you please leave already?” It’s like that. I’m telling you what that dog’s thinking now. I’m sorry, Mr. Kang! I’ve had enough. I did wrong. I won’t bark from now on, so leave. Please leave and stop talking. I promise I’ll lose weight. Would you please leave already? Leave, leave, leave. You must be leaving now.” There. He’s purposely wagging his tail at me. (Wagging) It’s like this. Yeah, I’m weak. I’m weak-willed. But I can’t help being weak. Help me.” But if you stop training him because you feel bad for him, then he won’t behave this way. (After 4 hours of getting him used to his collar) My mom needs to go out now. – Oh, she has to go out? / – Yes. (And) Ma’am, do you have to leave? I should’ve done this faster then. Please wrap things up nicely. Yes, don’t worry. I should be here. Yes, you should be here, ma’am. – Take care. / – I’m sorry. No, it’s okay. (Goodbye, ma’am) (Why would she leave me behind when I’m so cute?) We should’ve finished on time! I guess she has to go to work. (It’s dark outside, but the collar training continues) Dokdo. (Come here) Yeah. (Petting) This is awkward. It’s so awkward for him to do this. I’m going to move over there. (He keeps repeating the training since it’s awkward) (He resists at first, but then complies) Yeah. Good job, Dokdo. You’re a good boy, Dokdo. Good dog. He came when he was told to. What does this mean? He’s being obedient because he’s had enough. This is so fascinating. Yeah, seriously. It’s because he feels both emotions. He feels happy, yet he wants to protest. (Nodding) Do you like me that much? Then why would you do that?” That’s how he’s feeling. (His emotions are so unstable) When you bring him food, “Took you long enough!” That’s why I’m lowering my tone with him. Yeah. He’s used to resisting, but he’s being obedient now. He doesn’t want to be aggressive with me now. It’s because he knows. This person is different. He doesn’t get scared. He’s so different.” – Do you have his toenail clippers? / – Yes. Can you bring them to me? I want to clip his nails. He goes nuts when we try to clip his nails. He’s going to clip his toenails? He goes nuts. That’s what the father said. “He goes nuts.” (While cleaning out Dokdo’s ears) I’m scared! Let’s look at his toenails. (The entire family is anxious) (Attacks) (Sensitive) (Will Hyungwook be able to clip his toenails?) Can you bring them to me? I want to clip his nails. (Nervous) (The control room is focused) (He refuses to get his toenails clipped) Come on. Come here. (Rage gauge rising) (This was a safe shoot with an expert present) (The owners are so worried just watching…) Gosh. (Stubborn) (Don’t you dare clip my toenails) (He opened up to Hyungwook earlier) (Dokdo was obedient) (I can’t take this any longer) He recognizes the nail clippers. Nari goes nuts when she sees a tool that traumatized her. So he recognizes the clippers. You’re only making this leash tighter, so it’ll be harder for you. (Dokdo won’t stop attacking!) I’m going to clip a few of his toenails. (Unexpected situation) Oh, he’s bleeding. (He ended up bleeding…) (From thrashing around…) He’s bleeding. It’s because he has weak gums. (Hyungwook tries to get the collar out of his mouth) (He ends up running away) (Serious) Oh my. (Dokdo resists fiercely through the pain) It’s okay, it’s okay. Gosh. All right, all right. I should wipe this blood. All right, all right. All right. Let’s take a break. All right. Let’s take a break. (Hyungwook calls a truce and takes the collar off) It’s okay, it’s okay. This will happen a lot. It’s because his gums are weak. Gosh, I bet you were all surprised. (Their hearts feel heavy, but they have to endure it) Behaving like this used to solve all your problems. He stopped bleeding. He’s fine. Are you okay? – Yes. / – Are you really okay? He was trying to get his collar off with his mouth. He’s not bleeding anymore. I feel like this is our fault. I feel terrible about it. We made this environment for him since he was a puppy. So I think he misbehaves because of us. So I feel really sorry, and it got me choked up. It’s okay. I’m going to fix this. Just do me this favor. Don’t give up on him. He’s showing a lot of improvement. And he can improve a lot more. (It’s tough for everyone right now) (Dokdo and his owners…) (We hope they can all be happy) (Hyungwook calms Dokdo who was shocked) What will we do with you? It’s okay. You can do this. I know it’s hard to train a dog like him. That’s understandable. Things like this happen often when you train dogs. They bleed sometimes. I know you feel terrible about it. This is how Dokdo has been living. He gets angry and growls whenever there’s a problem. Then you felt weak and just let him have his way. He would get angry, and you would stop training him. He gets angry and then training stops. That one memory will make him want to run away from and avoid his problems. From now on, he has to do things he doesn’t want, but he can still become a great dog. Bring me the clippers, please. Now’s my chance. Any later and they would’ve dug into him. Yes, that’s why we tried to set a date. We have to do this together. I’ll hold him. We should’ve clipped them, but we couldn’t. Look how long his toenails are! They’re too long. It’ll feel much better once they’re clipped. Good thing he’s white so they’re clearly visible. Well done. This might hurt a bit. Let’s see. Get behind him and clip his toenails. Just like that. Very good. Hold on. The nerves really grew. Oh, they look nice and tidy now. (After much struggling, they clipped his toenails) Well done. They look nice now. – Good work. / – Is that all of his toenails? After working with him, he’s fine. He hurt his lip a bit, and a bunch of things happened, but I hope you guys stick to this training. Try to get his collar on him and move around. Okay. It would be better to get on your knee. Very good. Just hold still. Hold still. Now do this. Bring the collar to his neck. There you go. That’s fine. Just stay like that. Bring the collar to his neck. (Ready to attack) (Startled) Just stay like that. You’re doing great. Let’s take a deep breath. 1, 2, 3. (I’m fine) You don’t have to make eye contact with him. (I’m safe, so you’ll be safe too, Dokdo) Now bring your hands towards his neck faster this time. (Twice as fast) (He ends up attacking!) (Dokdo, that hurt) Oh no. Don’t bite. He bit her again. Are you okay? If you stop here, biting will become his solution. He’ll keep biting if she stops here. Yeah, I agree. So you can’t give up. Gosh. Don’t keep it so tight. Make it bigger. (She tries again after loosening the collar) Yes, it’s okay. Slowly. (Dokdo, please…) There you go. (She finally succeeds!) Just hold still. (Good dog) (Happy and delighted) Pull his leash gently. Dokdo. (Did you call me?) Pull it a bit more. Dokdo. – “Come here.” / – Come here. Dokdo, come here. You’re only supposed to talk to him like this when you’re training him. Got it? Say, “Dokdo, come here.” Dokdo, come here. Come here. (Thinks about it) (Oh, whatever… Here I come!) Dokdo, come here. (Dokdo walks into his owner’s arms) Just hold still. Well done. Pet him. Very good. He’s too used to getting angry. (Biting) It’s like this. (Whining and complaining) It’s like that. (I never did that!) He’s being friendly now. Right? He’s not running away. If they can get his collar on smoothly without him getting stressed, he should stop biting. (Right) So this is what we’ll do. I think it’s a bit dangerous to take him out for a walk now. So we’ll have you start by walking him around the house with his leash on. I don’t want anyone talking to him, being affectionate with him, or feeling sorry for him. Those are all no-nos. Then he’ll probably get depressed. That’s when you’ll take him outside. – Dokdo, come here. / – Dokdo. Good. Dokdo. (Eyes like a hawk) Gosh, his left leg looks really bad. – His right leg is bad too. / – Right? It’s because he weighs so much. That’s from my parents constantly feeding him. His joints are about to fall apart. (Has nothing to say) No more snacks and treats. Feed him no more than once a day. (I’m sorry, Dokdo) We’ll only feed him dog food from now on. We won’t feed him human food. We’re going to make sure we stick to that. Sir, don’t you think he’s really improved? Yes, I see a lot of improvement. Keep doing this and he’ll start wagging his tail when he sees his leash. And the more weight he loses, the more he diets, the more energetic he’ll become. A lot of his ailments will get better. (It’s finally over) (I’ll see you after I go on a diet, Mr. Kang!) He’ll be a lot more cheerful. He’ll be willing to go out. He’ll go on walks. We didn’t do any of this stuff for him before. If he gradually shows improvement, I’ll start training him to be in a cage so I can take him to Jeju-do. I’d like to travel with him if I can. I hope he can be mild-mannered and live with us for a very long time in a healthy state. Please write your stories about the dog you miss on the KBS message board, everyone. We hope a lot of people apply! (Next episode) (Another fierce dog) (Will meet the cast!) (An intense power struggle at the front door!) You can’t keep raising him like this. (A very aggressive dog) I’m worried about Mr. Kang. I bet I’ll have to fight this dog. I don’t care if he flops, falls, or breaks his leg. (Shocked) (So worked up that everyone is in danger!) (There could be a serious accident) This dog’s a tough one. If he bites other people, you can no longer be his owner. (How will this battle end?)

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  1. I'm always moved in every episode, when i see the snips for the next episode, it looks so scary, but interesting, i can't wait for the next episode!

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