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  • Hi, I'm Bonnie Jed.

  • I was the animal coordinator for a dog's journey, and this is notes on a scene with animals in this scene.

  • What you're seeing is the dog jumping through the window, and he's coming off of a death we originally taught him to, like jump through the window on the desk without the backpack.

  • While we're teaching him that, we want him to feel like he's totally safe and there's a little bit of ah, incline in the roof.

  • Here you can see so what?

  • You can't see their scaffolding all along here.

  • There's a trainer, that sort of rate here, standing on the scaffolding and that trainers there to safety.

  • But the scaffoldings all close, so there's no way the dog can fall from here is he jumps from the window.

  • When you see the dog running, you can see that its stride is very long and stretched.

  • Oh, which shows that the dog is relaxed and you can see here his ears are hanging down low.

  • They're not curling or stress.

  • He looking, and its stride here is very long, like if you watch how he he's moving, you can see that he's very relaxed, so a stressed dog walks all buckled up, so you can see that's a happy dog on this part of the scene.

  • You have that you are here.

  • It's because when the dog fur starts this jump, I'm actually great, sort of by the truck.

  • And now I've backed out of frame as they go wide.

  • So as I'm backing out and the dogs jumping, I'm just making sure he's hitting his target, which is right here.

  • I want to make sure he hits that Mason right in the center of it and that he has a good view of where he needs to go.

  • So when he is up here, he actually doesn't really see the truck he had.

  • He needs me here to guide him to where I want him to land right smack in the middle of the truck, and that's the safest areas for him to be.

  • When you don't see the whole view, it's because there's paths and stuff down to safety the dog for me.

  • Uh, safety's everything.

  • If the dog's not happy and the dog's not safe for any animal that I'm working, I'm not doing it.

  • Everything you see, we've manufactured if you see a dog itching a dog seizing, you know we've trained the dogs to do that.

  • I don't want the dogs to feel that emotion.

  • I want them to be happy and joyful and enjoy working.

  • Because though we the trainers, air, getting paid, how we pay them is like what's happiness, enjoy and praise.

  • And, um, the odd steak and chicken way cut to this one.

  • It's the same deal.

  • There's a trainer behind this plan.

  • The backpack is just stuffed with paper, so it looks like it's full of stuff.

  • But that kept it late.

  • As he moves, you'll see how close it comes to his feeding it bangs on his legs.

  • Originally went this long and then this long until we got to this length and he just overtime got usedto feeling the backpack, hitting his legs, and it was a fun thing.

  • So at first we just do a couple steps and then take the backpack out and be like a god.

  • That was also and give him, you know, steak or cookies or whatever, then then to the bigger backpack until we finally just ended up with a backpack that was this size we would teach this dog a downstate.

  • Then we'll start to get this dog to run by with the backpack in his mouth.

  • So in the end, we're now using several signals.

  • All in one scene and we're using the trainer here.

  • Loads the backpack here in this dog's mouth that happens over here.

  • So the trainers over here behind this plant, the other trainers probably here somewhere where you can't see him, and then we do the whole complete rent.

  • And we actually wanted this dog to watch him go by.

  • So we teach her dogs, look, look or watch.

  • And we point to the dog as we load it up and send the other dogs.

  • So then the other dog comes through and he watches them go right through it, just like we wanted.

  • As if he was really actually doing that all on his own.

  • When dogs being taught to desert a guard the guy everybody wants comes your move way past the dog.

  • Goto Martin.

  • Stand, stay, Speak.

  • So the trainer will actually be over here, and one sent him from here to here.

  • Go, Dear Mark, he's going to mark here and then another trainer would be somewhere in front of the camera.

  • So he's looking at the camera and he speaks way.

  • We want them to look in the direction of the actors so often we are the actor and we're shooting just the dog at this point.

  • The dogs just coming to his mark.

  • We asked him to stand, stay and then I pull the look wherever the actor was standing.

  • Or I stand beside actor part here when you're actually throwing the ball.

  • It's super easy to teach the dive, to hit the ball exactly in the same place, at exactly the same rate to get it in the basket.

  • What's really difficult is for the trainer to throw the ball exactly the same way and at exactly the same speed every single time.

  • But it's actually quite easy for the dog.

  • Well, I mean, what can you say?

  • A thing seen it brought us also Chinese.

  • What a great actor.

  • I'm not just talking about the man but the dog.

  • I mean, you can just see the emotion in the scene.

  • And the most difficult part about this scene is the actor is sort of trying to find within himself something sad and dogs air creatures that feel our emotions.

  • Here.

  • You see, the actors hand is on the dog, and that keeps the dog calm and quiet.

  • Keeping his head down and keeping him quiet and breathing quiet is actually pretty difficult when we go through these really emotional scenes where actors were crying or they're talking or they're even just touching the dog because the dog is wired to, like, try and make us happy to try and make us feel better.

  • So these scenes are actually a lot more difficult than what most people would thank you.

  • And it's when actors talk to dogs or touch the dogs off in the dog's believe that that's a release command.

  • So the trainer is probably right in front of the cameras.

  • The cameras darling in on this and holding the dogs look with its head down.

  • And so the camera is dulling in onto the dog's face and the trainers, they're trying to keep the eye lying to the camera.

  • One that we did the scene on dogs journey when I released the dog and I say all right, the dog like jumps up and wants to play Frisbee in is bouncing around.

  • But when we're shooting these scenes, we want them for, then go back.

  • Lie down, put your head down and stay calm.

  • You know, uh, the first time we ever deal with death is usually with our cool Fisher hamster or dog, and that prepares us for later on in our lives when we will inevitably lose people in our lives spots.

  • Smells like we've got the dogs all in the elevator.

  • The trainers of all command told the dogs to sit stay, and we actually have max rate at the front door.

  • When this opens up, we want to make sure that she gets so first and clear before the other dogs start pulling when this door opens.

  • Were calling the dogs like crazy to get them.

  • Thio come through the door as quick as possible.

  • So I'm on the other side of the door just talking to her, and that's why you're getting the head tilt.

  • I have a ready steady.

  • All right.

  • Which means like I want you to go as fast as you can.

  • Want the dogs to come out of the elevator and pull is hard as they can and get down to the doors quick as they can.

  • So they're going to run down the hallway like this and bells well in front to make sure she doesn't get a stepped on an actual fact.

  • Bills at this point was probably £4 so she's very, very tiny, and we really wanted to safety and make sure that the big dogs didn't actually step on her.

  • They loved her and they were very careful.

  • But when they're all over stimulated and they're super excited and you were revving them up to get them to run down the hall, you know accidents can happen this way.

  • I'm actually running beside the hand held camera and then I kind of ran down the whole gauntlet.

  • And now I'm behind the door and the rest of the dogs will come in trends.

  • We've already taught the dog how to dig out the door with this particular dog.

  • ASU really liked a little duck that I had.

  • It was a little rubber ducky just got it from a dollar store.

  • And so originally I would have the door open.

  • Maybe that much interest, maybe, and I'd have the rubber ducky and I just blocked the door with my foot and show her the rubber ducky on the other side and had over stimulator.

  • And then when she started digging at the door of open the door and letter comes through here, she identifies, Yup, that's where the duck is.

  • And then she knows I'm supposed to dig.

  • And then we added to sit and then speak and then released the dog to go in and get the ducky as these guys, they're having their little chitchat.

  • So all in very small pieces, all taught in very small pieces are Job basically is to set very strong patterns.

  • Like often, directors will say to me, I don't even need you here.

  • You could just send the dog in a cab And it's because the dog's learned the pattern so well that it looks effortless.

  • But it's been, you know, weeks and weeks of training to get them to that point.

  • The chemistry of these two actors, like they had a really good charisma together and weirdly, the dog just got all caught up in that and she, like, totally love cat like I mean, she would see her was 150 crew members.

  • She could pick her out and she would just bounce on me and look bounce on me and look, she loved hanging out with her.

  • You can see the dog years are up, the tail's wagging.

  • She's super excited and happy and like you can just see the pure happiness in this dog like Look at this dog's face.

  • I can't even look at her without getting happy myself, like she's just such a sweet girl.

  • You know what drew me to this script is that it really is what I believe.

  • I believe that animals air here to teach us stuff and some of the most important things, like being responsible, being a good worker, being loyal and as people and as trainers, we learned something special out of each animal.

  • I didn't know when I did the casting call.

  • I just C 500 dogs, like over two days.

  • I saw 500 dogs.

  • They were brought to the directors and the director and the producers, the writers they all picked.

  • We as trainers develop lasting bonds with the families and with the dogs for whole lives.

  • And I mean, look at this dog face.

  • How could you not?

  • She's a star.

  • She was a star the day I saw her.

  • I sent her picture and I made sure her owners unlike you better be sure you're gonna let let me use this dog.

  • Because I know when they see this dog, this dog is the face of a star.

  • They're gonna love her, and she's gonna get picked.

  • That mug.

  • That's the mug of a star.

Hi, I'm Bonnie Jed.

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