[gasp] It’s all right, it’s
all right, it’s all right. It’s OK.
– All right. I know. This is what I
do for a living. – I know, I know.
– All right. Here. Tyler, let me have a Band-Aid. If you give up at that time,
you’re not really help me. Yeah, I know. He’s just frantic.
I mean he– – Yeah.
– –has learned to be frantic. I know. OK? – It’s sad.
– Huh? I’m very sad. I know, but right now
is not time for sad. I know.
OK. Yeah. He actually bit him. I was so upset
when that happened. I think it was sadness and
guilt and I felt horrible, but Cesar stopped me
right in my tracks. Right as soon as I reacted, he
corrected me which I thought was really amazing, because I
was about to just go into my, oh my gosh, what happened
mode and he was like, we’re not going there. This way. OK. There. Hey.
– Hey. Hey. Very good. – Wow!
– Come on, come on. – Oh, my gosh.
– Come on. Wow. Hey. Here’s Harley. Harley, look at Chicago, buddy. Look at Chicago. My heart melted. It was like pure joy. It was such a release for
me and I know for Harley, it was like this burden
just lifted off of us. It was like freedom, but
more so I could see how much Harley really enjoyed it. Strut your stuff, Harley.
– Yep. Come on. You got this. – Where is the tail?
– It’s up. It’s now back up.
– That’s right. Head high.
– Wow, look. Yeah. It’s amazing. Let’s go back now. Wow. Here. No tension. Just chill. We’re just walking
in the neighborhood. This walk is a
huge accomplishment, not only for Harley,
but for Miss Sandy, too. Harley is on his way to
becoming a much healthier and happier dog. And Sandy is starting to
release years of guilt. This is going to change
a whole lot of things. Yeah.