Tony, what are you doing? I’ve never seen it before. He’s so athletic! Tony, get off the table. I didn’t adopt Tony because I loved him right away I adopted him because I felt ready for him. Dude, you have to learn some manners. Tony was found as a stray and brought to an amazing shelter where he was first adopted by a family unfit for him. They left him outside 24/ 7 and eventually returned him more unhealthy than he was before. But the moment I saw him, I saw the best version of him. I knew he was coming home with me and our journey was just beginning. Tony needed more than love and more than time, he needed understanding. Wipe your feet. Yeah, you home now. You home, bear bear. Tony, get some water. All the bowls, you can drink out of all the bowls. Tony, you got your big paws on my paws. Look at him! No way, no way. Oh my god. Tony, Tony, Tony. Listen to me, Tony. I don’t know, like how you think we operate over here, Ton. Where I come from, money don’t grow on trees. Don’t grow on trees. OK, look what you’re doing to a brand new bed, Tony. He needed a family, a pack, a pack that wouldn’t even think of giving up on him. When you have nine dogs you gotta be mature. And I am one hundred percent, the most mature person on this planet and that is a fact. Look how fast he is, Speedy Goonzales I’m gonna call you, who the hell is Tony. I don’t even know a Tony anymore. Tony, you’re going to start barking all the time now? Huh, you lose a little weight and now you’re a little bit more vocal? I adopted Tony knowing fully well that in a few months I’d be setting off to do another rescue mission. OK, we are on the road. And although it was going to be five months of a lot of hard work I knew that he was ready for this. I never doubted him, not for a second. Back inside, Bo, let’s go. Come on, Ton. You got it. I wasn’t laughing at you! I wasn’t laughing at you, Tony. I swear! We’re driving through Philadelphia. And Tony just did the stairs. Tony just ran up tthe Rocky Balboa stairs. His name is Tony Balboa now! Tony Balboa with his big punching paws. We are out here in San Diego. And it’s Tony’s first time at the beach. No way! Say it one more time! 123. 123…125 even. 125. Just got to Sedona. It is absolutely breathtaking. So I just got into North Carolina. Dogs just ran off. Come on, guys! Alright guys, so, about a week ago. A little bit less, I weighed Tony. And he’s already at 112 pounds. From 148 to 112. Now here’s the thing. We promised him 110. So right now, we are in one of my favorite places in the entire world. Where are we, T? We are in New York, we are about to do something so beautiful. In order for Tony to lose the last two pounds we are going to run across the Brooklyn Bridge. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate. A better way for him to shred this weight. And, so here we go. New York, let’s do this. Alright my love, OK Tony, are you ready for this? Where do we start Tony, almost 150 pounds. You started almost 150 pounds. Almost 7 months later, 112 pounds. We just gotta get over this bridge. We gotta get through this bridge together. We can do this, Buddy, we can do it. Are you ready? Are you ready? Are you ready for this. run? Let’s go! Hey guys, so we just got back to Tahoe for a little bit. It’s so beautiful out here, going for a little evening walk. I wanted to tell you, you know I’m so proud of Tony. And I’m so grateful to have Tony and everything he’s accomplished. And Queen and Penny, all my dogs. It’s just amazing. But to see how beautiful Tony has transformed. I mean, look at him. I’m gonna be in Tahoe for a little bit before I go back on tour. And…I want to foster another. dog. I heard there are so many dogs at the SPCA. The Sacramento SPCA. Where is where I adopted Tony. I just know that there are so many dogs there right now that need our help, that don’t only need to find homes, to get rescued, to get adopted, but just temporary homes, just foster. I think we’ll do it, and we’ll see. I’ll keep you posted for sure. Right, you’ll definitely find out. Come on guys, let’s go.