He treats the dog as he would any other dog. He makes a bed for Tricki in a warm loose box and keeps it next to the other dogs so that they might get friendly. For two days he gave Tricki plenty of water but no food. This was so that Tricki could build up an appetite instead of staying overfed. Mr. Harriet allowed Tricki to play with the other dogs in the hospital. Slowly, Tricki started to make progress. He would run to eat his food, join the dogs’ friendly scrimmages, and became an accepted member of the gang. Tricki recovered and had no need for medical treatment.