What are you going to do tonight? We’d like to play, as we do everyday. We’d like to involve someone that speaks English. Me! You! Yes, I speak English. Should I come over there? That would be nice!
We’d love to play with you. We’ve got a new friend, Chico! How are you?
Good. Chico, look who’s here: Joe! Walk a little, Joe. Come to me. This dog can tell left from right. OK, I won’t ask you anymore. OK Joe, would you ask him where your shoes are? Wait, I’ll give you the power. Now can you do a little dance for me? It’s a very easy dance. This is how it’s done.
Give me the ball. They can dance the can-can! 😉 I’ll show you first. You try. We need to train Joe first. It’s easier with dogs. Ask him for a kiss, he’s affectionate too. Give me a kiss! OK, Joe.
One last thing. I’ll have you play hide-and-seek with my dog. I’ll give you the ball. It’s very easy.
That’s his post over there. You need to take two steps holding the ball. One, two and then you go: Chico, cuckoo! Pointing at his post.
He’ll stop looking around. He’s counting! Joe, you go hide yourself with the ball. Look at him counting! Don’t cheat, Chico. Don’t cheat! He’s cheating! Are you ready? Thank you, guys. It’s not easy playing with a dog. I’ve never seen a dog smarter than me. – Which is not that hard!
– Right, Joe? You finally found one! I found him, I found him! We’ve seen many animals, generally speaking but I’ve never seen anything like this. You were great.
Maybe one day I’ll give you my Vanessa so you can train her,
’cause she does whatever she wants. Chico will take care of her! I have a dog whose name is Quattro and he’s proof of something that I’ve always thought: the more people I know,
the more I want to stay with my dog. Let’s vote, then. Mara? Yes. – Fede?
– Yes. Joe? Then it’s 4 “woofs” for Chico! He said “thank you!” Congratulations.