Thanks everybody for coming out to this mission we are in a warehouse in the middle of Brooklyn that was built in the 19th century. This is the place where they invented the toy the “invisible dog”laughterSo we have about 2,000 of these!laughterWe want you guys to to spread out. Hopefully what’s gonna happen is
– Yeah, I’ve never been on this street before. I have no idea where we are. I have a Shiba Inu named Hadley and I love her, and I take her on a walk every morning. We kind of go to the same places And today is a really beautiful day outside in February. It’s
(classical music) – Hi, I’m Chelsea, and this is Hadley. And today, Hadley’s going to a luxury dog while I go to work. – Mason definitely deserves a day at the spa. When he feels good, everyone else feels good. – I hope she has a good day. (gentle music) – Hi, I’m Cynthia, I’m
– Good morning everyone. – [All] Good morning. – Oh thank you, very nice welcome. My name is Susan Madera and I am the Academic Specialist for High-impact Practices at Queensborough Community College. I wanna welcome you to this Common Read event. But I really wanna welcome you to the Holocaust Resource Center and archives.
NYPDÐ THE DOGS OF ESU – YouTube Script So weÕre just gonna do our normal training evolution this morning. WeÕre gonna go up about 75 feet. WeÕre gonna lower the 2 canine dogs – -the FEMA dogs. Everybody know what theyÕre doing? Ok letÕs go.>>ERIK GERMAN: Right now, weÕre standing on the tramway between Roosevelt
[Music] nothing to see here folks my gosh just walking my pet t-rex sup ladies this is my pet t-rex kojo he I got taken for like about an hour walk every day he takes massive dumps but when you walk your t-rex sometimes it poops the best thing you can do is use a
JONATHAN ZURBEL: He is the biggest cat in all of New York City. COMM: Meet Samson, a huge Maine Coon cat from New York, who weighs in at 28 pounds and measures 4 feet long. JONATHAN ZURBEL: I inherited him from my brother, kind of made him a celebrity on Instagram and now he is