Falling from a standing position hurts. Leeds-based hypnotist, Krystyna Lennon, claims her German Spitz can hypnotise anyone - a skill she claims is linked to the supposed primal ability that dogs can make their prey go into a trance. "It is definitely not something that just any dog can do, it is a very specific skill. The Hypnodog Explained. Is hypnodog a real thing? Also notice how the woman was sitting down with the dog, so that the "volunteers" (who were placed in the audience ahead of time) would have to kneel down in order to be eye-level with the dog. It's hypnodog! She must've practiced falling over in the mirror, because hers is the only fall that looks anywhere near real. By Valerie Loftus Sunday 26 Apr 2015, 2:00 PM Apr 26th 2015, 2:00 PM 7,341 Views 3 Comments By real I mean been proven by scientists and true in scientific point of view. The German Spitz, led by its 41-year-old English owner, went on Chinese TV I've seen Princess and Krystyna on TV and I couldn't believe it. During a recent episode of Britain’s Got Talent, Krystyna Lennon and her dog Princess, introduced as “Hypnodog,” took to the stage to audition for the show. What do you think – real or staged? German Spitz stuns Chinese TV show by putting ELEVEN spectators to sleep using just its eyes. Lennon claimed that her dog could hypnotize people just by staring into their eyes. Krystyna said: "As far as I am aware she is definitely the only hypnodog in the UK - possibly even the world. She has long soft fur, a smart black, white and diamante harness, terrible fishy breath — and can slay members of the public by the dozen. Princess is a five-year-old German Spitz. May 4, 2015 . Sign Up; Forums All Activity My Activity Streams Linus Media Group is not associated with these services.