The best 4-legged athletes in the world will perform at the Perot Theater on October 22

If you love dogs and who doesn’t? So get ready for something special coming to the historic Perot Theater this Saturday night, October 22. It will be a night of fun and wonder as you watch nine top athletes perform fantastic tricks in Mutts Gone Nuts.

Photos of Joseph Ogunsanya Jr

Joseph Ogunsanya Jr.

All of these talented dogs have come from shelters and shelters and are now the stars of the show. You’ll see them perform tricks, dances and more.

Mutts Gone Nuts

Mutts Gone Nuts

According to the press release;

Veteran comedy team Scott and Joan Houghton joined forces with dog trainer Samantha Valle and comedian Jonathan Burns in 2014 to create Mutts Gone Nuts, an action-packed comedy where dogs are the biggest stars. Considered staples by The Washington Post, these four-legged performers, including what they’ve dubbed the “most jumping dog in the universe,” two Guinness World Champions, a hilarious “Pomeranian Pikachu mix of six books”, and more – perform daring feats, dances and more.

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Everything happens at Le Perot at 5 p.m. this Saturday, October 22 thanks to the Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council.

Photos of Joseph Ogunsanya Jr

Joseph Ogunsanya Jr.

TRAHC has also planned other canine activities during the day before the show:

  • Free canine art show, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Regional Arts Center
  • Dog food collection
  • Meet and greet for dog adoption, 1 to 3 p.m., ArtsPark

This show is for dog lovers of all ages. The great thing about this show is how the dogs were trained. According to the team at Mutts Gone Nuts, the behaviors that caused previous owners of these dogs to abandon them to shelters are the exact reason why these dogs are so talented.

Mutts Gone Nuts

Mutts Gone Nuts

Trainers observed the dogs’ personalities and worked on behavior-specific tricks. It was positive reinforcement training with toys and treats. Lots of treats!

Mutts Gone Nuts

Mutts Gone Nuts

Tickets for Mutts Gone Nuts from $15 up to $50 VIP tickets. VIP tickets include an encounter with the dogs. Student discounts are also available. You can buy tickets online at perottheatre.org or call the Perot Theater box office at (903) 792-4992.

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