Brad's Blog - Episode 4049: Canine killers?
Meeting Jess and Lucas was emotional because their story is one that I don’t particularly look forward to but, at the same time, look forward to. It’s almost a love-hate relationship. I had ample time to play over in my head why I am being called in to help. Over and over and over in my head, the landscape of the countryside was calming but not calming enough to remove the urgency of this matter.
Upon arrival, I met Lucas and Jess and the three dogs, who are filled with energy and happiness. I saw the dogs in the window, so I immediately saw some errors. Rules need to be put in place NOW, not later. Fixing the abundance of talking from Lucas will be crucial and building up Jess’s confidence is important as well.
Bringing in a group of dogs was fun because both Lucas and Jess had eyes the size of a full moon. There was so much worry and concern, I was laughing in my head because Lucas got to see his dogs being dogs and at the same time Lucas got a workout.
Everything fell apart in the city when we met at a dog park. My worry and concerns came to life when I watched the dogs blow off Lucas and Jess. The clock was ticking and I was not impressed. They need a miracle for these dogs or they are dead!
Jess and Lucas are sinking everything into this but I want more. I want them to give absolutely everything they have and I want these dogs to live. The jury has the final word and I want Jess and Lucas to prove they can do it.
Everyone is tense and the fake laughter is hiding real emotions. Knowing that the dogs need to prove they’ve been educated and changed comes down to one divine moment. The jury is waiting and it’s “go” time.
If you haven’t watched the episode, watch to see what happens.