‘Mutts Gone Nuts’ Show Benefits Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary | WFRV Local 5

(WFRV) – This is a fun show that benefits Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary.

Marcus shares details of “Mutts Gone Nuts” coming to Ashwaubenon PAC with Ernie and Macadamia who are both ready for their forever families

To learn more about Ernie and Macadamia, go to heanokill.org.

Details of ashwaubenonpac.org:

Sunday April 24, 2022 | 1:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m.

Tickets start at $29

Presented in partnership with Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary

Expect the unexpected as dogs and comedy collide in a blockbuster performance that leaves audiences everywhere screaming for more. From hideaways to showbiz, these incredible pooches unleash mayhem and hilarity in a jaw-dropping canine comedy, featuring some of the world’s most talented four-legged performers. Considered a “must see” by the Washington Postthe dogs are sure to steal your heart, and then your socks!

Since 1985, comedy duo Scott and Joan Houghton have brought their unique blend of physical comedy and circus arts to audiences from Las Vegas to Tokyo. They spent three years with country star Lee Greenwood at his Tennessee theater and seven years as a star comedian at Dolly Parton Theaters in Branson, Orlando and Myrtle Beach. In 2005, the duo turned to creating a comedic dog act. Their nine amazing canine partners are all adopted from shelters and animal shelters. Mutts Gone Nuts is sure to unleash havoc and hilarity as the Houghtons attempt to match their wits with their mischievous pooches in a family-friendly performance that leaves audiences screaming for more!

Mutts Gone Nuts dogs were adopted from animal shelters or rescue groups. ONLY all positive reward-based training methods are used, which means: researching what dogs naturally like to do and cultivating those talents, rewarding and reinforcing desired behaviors (with treats, toys, praise) and ignore unwanted behavior.

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