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Superbowl commercial featuring dogs playing football against cats

January 30, 2015

Every week over 80,000 dogs and cats are euthanized in shelters across the United States. That is approximately 4 to 5 million healthy, loving, and adoptable animals that are put down every year.

The Lucy Pet Foundation has teamed up with Stargate Studios (best known for CGI special effects for Star Trek and the Walking Dead) to bring forth a commercial that features dogs playing football against cats. All the animals used in the commercial were once shelter pets who have now found loving homes.

This should be the #1 Superbowl commercial of 2015! It is extremely adorable and has a powerful message. The mission is simple: to help homeless pets and to open our eyes to the huge overpopulation problem we have in our country. This message can’t be shared enough, heard enough, or seen enough. The problem is real and can no longer be ignored. The Lucy Pet Foundation (fully non-profit) is here to make a difference by providing free and low cost mobile spay and neutering. You can help make a difference by donating to the cause today at Rest assured that 100% of all donations got towards their mission and cause.

New Branson Family Show features Amazing Stunt Dogs!

May 30, 2014

Are you looking for a show that is fun for the whole family in Branson Missouri this summer? Then look no further, as “Chris Perondi’s Stunt Dog Experience” is sure to entertain people of all ages. This new top show in Branson is super-sized compared to the 30-minute dog show they brought to Silver Dollar City last summer. During this 90 minute amazing pet show in Branson you will witness some of the most incredible stunts and tricks every performed by dogs! They soar, spin, jump, and fly in “five” separate challenges that make up the “Golden Bone Showdown”. The audience is split into two teams “Dixie Stampede style” as everyone cheers on their pack of stunt dogs. The challenges are scattered throughout the show in-between hilarious slap-stick comedy skits (starring Jim Herrington), choreographed doggy dancing, dogs jumping rope, and freestyle flying disc routines.


You won’t want to miss the “Fido’s Got Talent” semi-finals in Act 2 presented by host Chris Perondi. This skit features a memorable panel of judges (Monique La’Shay, Johnny Durango, and Debra Migenni) each with their own flair and hilarious comments. Not to mention the incredible performances by professional dog trainers Samantha Valle, Sara Carson, and the funny-man trainer Rick Kreston; played by comedian Joseph Herrington.

Diggy the Dog is also back in a couple fun show segments! Be sure to get in line during intermission to get your professional photo taken with him and one of the real four-legged stars. The show even feature two segments of kid participation, which is fun for the whole family. The kids will love to being turned into stunt dogs or compete in a round of doggy trivia.  But the most important aspect of the show is the mission; which is to promote pet adoption, spay/neutering, and responsible pet ownership.

These celebrity dogs have even been featured on numerous talk shows including the Tonight Show, Ellen DeGeneres, Queen Latifah, David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey, Steve Harvey, CBS Early Show, Sabado Gigante, and the Today Show. Star trainer Samantha Valle also just broke a Guinness Book of World Records on the Today Show earlier this year, as her dog Geronimo double dutch jump roped 128 times in 60 seconds. These are also the same performing dogs you may have seen on a moving float (for the Lucy Pet Foundation) during the 2014 Annual Rose Parade, which was seen by millions worldwide.

This is a must see Branson show for kids and quite possibly the best new show in Branson this year sponsored by Dick Van Patten’s Natural Balance Pet Foods! Tickets are on sale now at or you can reserve your seats by calling the Clay Cooper Theatre box office at 417-332-2529. Don’t forget to ask about our family pass (2 adults & up to 3 children ages 4 to 16). Children 3 and under are free!



Queen Latifah says we are “Paw-tastic!”

April 22, 2014

Check out the video from our appearance on the Queen Latifah show this month! It was “Paw-tastic!”

Lucy’s Amazing Rescue Dogs at the 2014 Rose Parade

December 26, 2013

Dreams do come true; that’s the theme and the truth! We are thrilled to announce we will be performing on a float during the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade!!!  This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for us. So keep your eyes peeled for the “Lucy Pet Foundation float” ( during the annual Rose Parade, as you will see our amazing rescue dogs performing live on a moving float.


Chris Perondi and Crazy Confetti in the LA TIMES!

We will be challenged on space with performing areas as small as a 13.9′ diameter circle in the front and down the middle stretch of less than 11 feet wide by 35 feet long. The entire performance area will be laid with real grass turf. There will also be a 4 foot high netted barrier around the entire float. This will ensure the dogs don’t fly off the float during any of the high energy stunts. This will be aired on national and worldwide television with an estimated 80+ million in viewership. We are told we will be on the float for around three hours, and our prime stretch in front of the major networks will be around 6 to 7 minutes.

Performing on the float will be professional trainers Chris Perondi from French Camp, CA and Samantha Valle from Long Island, NY; along with their amazing rescued stunt dogs. Mr Perondi will be performing with Flashy Ferrari (Border Collie/Cattle dog mix), Crazy Confetti (Terrier mix), and Spitfire Spinelli (Huskey/Cattle dog mix). Ms. Valle will be performing with Geronimo (Border Collie Mix) and Chuck Taylor (Border Collie). Assisting with the performances will be Suhey Perondi, Anthony Ortiz, and Steve Collier. You can read more about each performing dog on the float on our Facebook fan page ( over the next few days.

The idea behind our stunt dogs performing on a float at the Tournament of Roses Parade originated back in 2011, by Joey Herrick the President of the Lucy Pet Foundation.  Mr. Herrick and Fiesta Floats have set and broke Guinness Book of world records, with multiple award winning float designs over the past few years. It is a dream come true to finally see our stunt dogs being apart of the Rose Parade! We are honored to bring in the new year promoting such a positive message with the Lucy Pet Foundation.

The Lucy Pet Foundation will be helping thousands nationwide as they offer mobile low cost spay/neutering this year. They hope to have multiple mobile spay/neuter buses on the road in the coming year. This will make a huge dent in the over population problem in our country.  We encourage you to check your local pound, shelter, and rescue your next pet. Please also spay and neuter your pets as millions are euthanized each year.

Stunt Dog Experience Winter Theater Tour 2014

December 24, 2013

Chris Perondi’s Stunt Dog Experience ™ featuring the nations most amazing rescued stunt dogs will be at it again this coming winter! Starting January 23rd through February 15th, 2014 the Stunt Dog Experience will be touring on the west coast in the states of California, Colorado, and Washington. This high energy show is made up of rescue dogs whom “tales” or should I say “tails” will touch your heart and put a smile on your face! Besides entertaining and putting on a spectacular show their mission is to promote pet adoption, responsible pet ownership, and spay/neutering.

Crazy Confetti jumps rope

Crazy Confetti jumps rope with Chris and Suhey Perondi. Photo by Scott Norse

The show features a cast of over a dozen stunt dogs, including some big stars as “Geronimo” the famous double dutch jump rope dog who appeared on the David Letterman show and the Steve Harvey Show, “Flashy Ferrari” the high flying K9 Frisbee dog athlete that made an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey show in 2008,  and “Crazy Confetti” who dodged euthanasia at a pound in Northern California; now making headline news in just about every city she performs.

You are not going to want to miss these amazing rescue dogs in action this winter. Get your tickets now before they sell out! Check out the complete winter theater tour schedule below along with links to purchase your tickets *.

2014 Winter Theater Tour

1/23 – Thursday – Lincoln Center (Fort Collins, CO) @ 7:30pm

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1/26 – Sunday – Carpenter Performing Arts Center (Long Beach, CA) @ 1 pm & 4 pm

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1/28 – Tues – California State University Auditorium (Chico, CA) @ 11:30am & 7:30pm

1/29 – Wed –  California State University Auditorium (Chico, CA) @ 9:30am

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1/30 – Thur – Gallo Center for the Arts (Modesto, CA) @ 7:00 pm

1/31 –    Fri –  Gallo Center for the Arts (Modesto, CA) @ 4:00 pm & 7:30 pm

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2/1 – Sat – Wells Fargo Center for the Arts (Santa Rosa, CA) @ 3:00 pm

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2/6 – Thur – Mount Baker Theatre (Bellingham, WA) @ 12:15 pm

2/7 –     Fri – Mount Baker Theatre (Bellingham, WA) @ 10:00 am

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2/8 – Sat – Broadway Center for the Performing Arts (Tacoma, WA) @ 3 pm & 6:30 pm

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2/9 – Sun – Admiral Theatre (Bremerton, WA) @ 2:00pm & 7:00pm

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2/15 – Sat – Bob Hope Theatre (Stockton, CA) @ 2:00pm

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Performers on tour: Chris and Suhey Perondi, Samantha Valle, Steve Collier, and in Stockton Anthony Ortiz.

Acrobacias Caninas Increibles on “Despierta America”

May 2, 2013

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Featuring Suhey Velez, Chris Perondi, Samantha Valle and our stunt dogs: Geronimo, Flashy Ferrari, and Crazy Confetti.

30 dog stunts in 90 seconds

November 19, 2012

What is the time marker of your favorite stunt? These talented dogs will blow you away as they perform 30 off the hook stunts and tricks! – – If you love dogs, please share this video with a few friends! And don’t forget to join my channel and LIKE my Facebook fan site for more cool dog videos, training tips, and performance dates. (