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Stunt Dog Show Features Rescued Dogs in Action

Trainer Chris Perondi returns to the Bankhead after several year’s absence with the original stunt dog show, featuring his team of world-class athletic dogs. Focusing on the dog’s remarkable talents, professional performers create a high-energy show for all ages featuring delightful stunts, comic antics and amazing tricks, from high jumps and barrel racing, to pole weaving and disc catching. The “Stunt Dog Experience” is unusual in that all the dogs in the performance are rescue dogs. An event tailored for families, “Chris Perondi’s Stunt Dog Experience” will be presented twice on Sunday, November 11, 2018 with an afternoon performance at 2:00 p.m. and a second performance at 6:00 p.m. Ticket prices start at just $20.

Each show includes more than a dozen dogs such as a border collie mix named “Flashy Ferrari,” “Crazy Confetti” a Jack Russell/Terrier mix, a Texas heeler “Tazmanian Tex,” and “High-Flying Harley,” a Belgian Malinois. In addition, “Stunt Dog Experience” has a mascot, Diggy, whose silly but helpful ways turns him into the star of the show. The “Stunt Dog Experience” is highly interactive, the audience is asked to provide encouragement for the stunts and there are showdowns that are judged by audience applause. The “Golden Bone Showdown,” a series of five separate challenges, tests each dogs’ intelligence, speed, accuracy, and leaping ability. Throughout the performance, the dogs show off talents such as jumping rope, back-flips, and walking backward on their hind legs.

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