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First time Hyungwook rejecting to train the dog? [Dogs are incredible/ENG/2020.02.18]

February 24, 2020


When a dog gets this aggressive, most owners usually give up. We didn’t do much. We just tried to get a muzzle on her. It’ll gradually get easier to put a muzzle on her. As she gets better gradually, do you know when she’ll be ready for a muzzle? She’ll be ready for a muzzle in 5 years. When she’s old and weak. Right. If she bites other people, you have no right to be her guardian. And from my observations, I think she’s used to getting her way. Do you know what you must do now? We haven’t even started training her yet. This is what needs to be done. You have to stop being affectionate with her. Completely. Completely. It’s always harder for me to train a dog that’s loved by their owner versus a dog that’s scolded and beaten by their owner. Do you know why? Because they don’t know what they’re doing wrong. They won’t admit it. I let everything slide. No, you’re just not aware of the things you’re doing wrong. Let me ask you this. I’m not trying to pressure you. That’s not my intention. Do you think you can put a muzzle on her again? Yes, I think I can. Don’t force yourself to do it, okay? (She tries to put a muzzle on Hope again) Be careful. (She hesitates again) (Hope keeps resisting the muzzle) (Focused) (In the end…) (She gets away from the muzzle…) It can get harder if you try and fail. Can you try again and hold her leash so that she can’t move her head? (She tries harder to get the muzzle on Hope…) And try to… (Hope growls again) Whenever she growls, you let go. (She lets go of the muzzle whenever she growls) Then she’ll think that you stopped because she tried to bite you. That’s why trying to get a muzzle on her slowly could cause a problem. Don’t get angry. As you can see, that could make her much more aggressive. (It’s still too hard for her to get a muzzle on Hope) Okay, you can stand up. I guess this is making her a bit sensitive. She didn’t become sensitive. She is sensitive. This experience did not make her sensitive. She just showed her true colors. Do you get what I’m saying? Let’s do the training without a muzzle. To get a muzzle on her, I’ll have to go to war with her. Things will get bloody. Can you give me her leash? (Will he stop the training here?) Let’s call out to Lucky. Lock it now. (I love being outside the kennel) Can you sit down? (Hyungwook wants to talk first before the training) She won’t be able to approach us. (Cautious and suspicious) Is that the only kennel? That kennel is way too small. No, it’s the perfect size for Huskies and Jindos. Says who? Some people I know said that’s the perfect size for a Husky. Look how low it is. He has to do this. They just lie down in there anyway. Not because they want to. They have no choice but to lie down. (She was misinformed about the kennel size) Gosh. This is what I honestly think. (What is he about to say?) This is what I honestly think. I think that you’re unfit to raise that dog. I don’t know what you’re like, but you seemed like a loving person when I saw you with your dogs. But loving owners have trouble training their dogs. I’m ready to do what it takes if it’s for my dogs. You’re not ready. That’s why I’m worried. Can you really do it? This is what I think. You should find another person to adopt her. Temporary care is to find the dog an owner for life. Yes. People who do temporary care think, Should I raise her or not? Should I?” Temporary care isn’t for testing out a dog. I feel bad for Hope, but I can’t really train her right now. She’s very afraid. I can’t do anything for her in this environment. I’m terribly sorry. I’d like to apologize to the writers and the director. I bet they’ll be upset that we didn’t get enough footage with you. But it can’t be helped. I don’t want to force her just to get training footage. Right? I don’t want to lie on TV. (Will he give up on training Hope?) Let’s think about this realistically. I’m sorry, everyone. I’m so sorry. But I just want to think about this more rationally. The choice is yours. You’ll make the choice, but I don’t think this is the proper environment for you to raise Hope. I’m curious about this. Why did you keep her instead of returning her to the shelter? I do a lot of volunteer work and I’m interested in abandoned dogs. I’ve done a lot of temporary care too. I asked about it, and Hope needed temporary care. But they said she had to be neutered first. She was at the shelter for 4 to 5 months, but nobody wanted to adopt or care for her. That’s how I ended up taking her in temporarily. Because of me, she had to get neutered, which must’ve been painful. No, being neutered isn’t painful. It’s still a surgery though. Yes, it’s just a surgery. She went through a painful process for me, and it would’ve been hurtful for her if I didn’t take her in. She’s so weakhearted. She’s very tenderhearted. (Very understandable) She’s been hurt emotionally, so she can be fixed. If she opens up her heart, she can be a good dog too. There’s something you should be careful of. Don’t assume all dogs at shelters are scarred. Oh. Don’t assume that they’ve all been traumatized. That’s unrealistic. Pitying your dog, worrying about your dog, and thinking it has been traumatized is a dangerous mentality for a dog owner. If you want to keep her and raise her the right way, you have to cut off all affection. You’re just the person that feeds her, walks her, and cleans her poop. You can’t give her any other kind of affection, or else, she’ll misunderstand. And that develops into apprehensiveness. (Believing Hope had a painful past) (All the affection she got made her problematic) If we can find a good solution for Hope, I want to keep her forever. I think that you’re unfit to raise that dog. (Hyungwook thinks they shouldn’t be together) (Agonizing) (How does the owner) (Feel now?) (What would be best for Hope?) I wouldn’t worry about giving her away if she stopped biting and being so apprehensive. (Sincere words from the owner) Let’s work hard on this. If you keep training her and continue to practice stepping on the brakes, I think she can get better. (Okay!)

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7 Comments

  • Reply Trap Country February 19, 2020 at 5:19 am

    Great stuff 🙂 Would you like to be YouTube friends? :]

  • Reply Trap Town xyz February 19, 2020 at 5:24 am

    Awesome! Keep it up! Would you like to be YouTube friends? 🙂

  • Reply kiki Jamali February 19, 2020 at 5:33 am

    that is amazing 💛 keep it up World. and 3

  • Reply thecandysama February 19, 2020 at 10:21 am

    I think this episode shows us that Kang Hyungwook is being realistic. He tells you the truth that some dogs are not meant for you and you can't do anything about it unless you yourself willing to change

  • Reply Yeontan bts February 19, 2020 at 1:24 pm

    🌈☁️

  • Reply ThuThaoN February 19, 2020 at 2:31 pm

    Damn I love this guy. I don’t even like dogs but he is real. Don’t adopt or buy pets if you can’t handle the responsibility of training them properly.

  • Reply Jamie Sweet February 20, 2020 at 1:25 am

    I love how realistic he is. I know the owner cares for the dog. But If it’s only in her care temporary it wouldn’t do the dog any good if she got too attach to her. I hope they can figure a way out so she doesn’t have to let the dog go. I think before adopting an animal research is extremely important. It’s like raising a child. When new mothers get pregnant they do all sorts of research about child care to ensure their child becomes healthy. It’s the same with animals. You need to do the research to make sure they have a healthy upbringing.

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