Tickets are required for this event. Each ticket includes a copy of THE BIG BOOK OF TRICKS FOR THE BEST DOG EVER, and profits from ticket sales will be donated to local nonprofit dog rescue Save A Dog (http://www.saveadog.org/).
This event will be held at the Tobin School Auditorium in Cambridge, MA. Please note that while we love your canine friends, for the comfort of the performer, this event is for humans only.
Meet Chris Perondi, author of THE BIG BOOK OF TRICKS FOR THE BEST DOG EVER: A Step-by-Step Guide to 118 Amazing Tricks and Stunts, and Vinny Valentino, a Aussie/Border Collie mix who’s a rising star on the stunt dog scene, for training tips, tricks, and demos from the #1 stunt dog and tricks master trainer in the country!
THE BIG BOOK OF TRICKS FOR THE BEST DOG EVER is a step-by-step guide to more than 100 dog tricks, specially designed for effective training, for pure fun, and even for turning your dog into a YouTube star, from the coauthor of the tremendously successful and much-praised Training the Best Dog Ever and the genius behind "The Stunt Dog Show," which performs more than 1,000 shows a year.
Chris Perondi runs Stunt Dog Productions and the Stunt Dog Academy near Stockton, California with his wife, Suhey, and their team of canine performers. They perform more than 1,000 shows every year across the country in venues like Dollywood, Six Flags, and Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO. They’ve been featured on The Today Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and others. Learn more at stuntdogshow.com and stuntdogacademy.com.
Vinny Valentino is an Aussie/Border Collie mix hailing from St. Paul, Minnesota and came to Stunt Dog Productions from the Minnesota Border Collie Rescue. Still in training, Vinny is a new rising star!
Our cosponsor for this event is local non-profit Save A Dog, a humane society whose primary focus is rescuing and rehoming abandoned dogs. A privately funded 501(c)3 organization, Save A Dog is based in Sudbury, MA. Learn more and meet adoptable pups at http://www.saveadog.org/.