Dash has just been invited to return for the 2016 year-end show of Dead Man’s Carnival. DMC consists of a dozen or more vaudeville, magic, acrobatic and variety acts with a rotating cast of regular and guest performers. The Magnificents band plays live roots music throughout each performance. The year-end show will be a circus-in-the-round… Continue reading Dash to perform at Dead Man’s Carnival year-end show in Milwaukee
While our friends Talia and Abdul were visiting from Rhode Island, they got some great photos and videos of Dash doing agility and tricks. Here are a few short video clips. Agility weaves: Hanging from a disc (slow motion): Backwards leg weaves at normal speed (excuse the barking!): Slow-motion with slow-motion barking: … Continue reading Backwards leg weaves and other summer fun (VIDEO)
Tickets four our Feb. 2017 performance are now on sale at Overture. This event usually sells out, so don’t put off getting your tickets! Every year, Madison’s $205 million Overture Center puts on three “Duck Soup Cinema” silent film events at their renovated 1928 Capitol Theater. The Capitol Theater is packed each time with a… Continue reading Get tickets now to see Dash perform at the Overture Center!
We had a great time performing on Sunday for an enthusiastic crowd at McFarland’s Larson House Museum. This was a benefit for the Larson House and the McFarland Historical Society. Dash did two separate program of tricks for the over 200 guests, and 14 year old “big brother” Savvy opened Dash’s first performance with a… Continue reading Fun at the Larson House Museum’s Steampunk Strawberry Social
Hi everyone, sorry for the absence of posts for a while. I had a knee replacement in April and the healing process is going very slowly. The good news is that Dash has recovered from his hip dislocation in December and has resumed his daily frisbee catching. We’ve also started practicing some new tricks. Our… Continue reading Dash to perform on June 26th at Larson House
As you might recall, America’s Got Talent scouted us just 2 weeks after Dash dislocated his hip playing frisbee with my mom. So we initially said “not this year.” Dash had permission from his vet to resume normal activities as of Feb. 3. On Feb. 6th, I decided to call the talent director at America’s… Continue reading Our America’s Got Talent audition reel [VIDEO]
Here’s Dash’s progress at the 2 1/2 week point after his first time seeing the tightrope. What a bold and hard-working guy he is! So much for the shrinking-violet toy breed stereotype…