In this video an important development occurs within the mind of the sable GSD. He can feel emotional leverage, in other words he feels grounded into the other dog and connected to his “self” and therefore because he’s in hunger circuitry, Newton’s second law of motion is enabled, i.e. every action has an equal and opposite reaction. In this mode he can flip polarity and become the prey because this feels more energizing. (The animal mind is predicated on motion.) He has become confident enough to become an object of attraction, rather than feeling as an object of attention (which triggers negative, physical memories). Now the question becomes—-is his emotional capacity high enough to flip polarity with a dog that resists him and with whom he has not had any positive contact. When the dog is the object of attention he feels as if a force that he’s not in control over is acting on him, and there is only so much stimulation that a dog can bear in this mode of being.