Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Dog Judges Canine Talent Search

New evidence that the world is going to the dogs surfaced at a recent canine talent search held in Los Angeles, California. Norman the Scooter Dog was one of the judges on the celebrity panel for the newest TV series 'Who Let the Dogs Out', which premieres Saturday morning February 18th on Animal Planet. Show producers have been conducting a nationwide search for the most talented dog in America, as part of their new reality TV show storyline. Norman the Scooter Dog sat at the judging table observing the dogs and their human trainers perform, in hopes of being selected for a final competition this year. 
Who Let the Dogs Out features an amazing canine cast, led by Tillman, the World's fastest skateboarding bulldog. Joined by fellow pups Rose, Sully, baby bulldog Wally and Norman, they travel across America in Tillman's rock-star RV in search of talented dogs. Their human pals, Ron Davis, Lexi Beermann, Eric Presnall, Karen Cobb and Steve Clark help keep the dogs in line as they march across the country. Hollywood TV veteran actor Dick Van Patten and son Jimmy Van Patten also star in Who Let the Dogs Out, as bosses to the whole team. You can follow Tillman on Facebook and Twitter under the name: TillmanSkates.
Who Let the Dogs Out even features a Watch and Win Sweepstakes, so watch the show an then check the website to learn how to enter the sweeps. Check your local cable provided TV listings for air time on Animal Planet Saturday February 18th.

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