Pittsburgh, PA, October 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Dog Stop will be sponsoring the casting call for the Late Show with David Letterman’s “Stupid Pet Tricks” at the 2012 Pet Expo Pittsburgh.
Get your pet a chance at stardom. Show off his or her quirky talent for the Late Show’s talent search on November 3rd from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. for the “Stupid Pet Tricks” casting call. Participants will have the chance to be selected to perform their trick on the Late Show with David Letterman for millions of viewers.
The casting call is open to all ages, but a parent or legal guardian must accompany participants under the age of 18. All types of animals are welcome and as always, animal companions must be treated humanely. Pets and owners must arrive at their designated audition time. Please bring a leash or crate for your pet and proof of vaccinations.
Interested participants can register at The Dog Stop locations on Banksville Road and Washington Boulevard or visit the Thedogstop.net for more details.
About The Dog Stop
The Dog Stop is Pittsburgh’s specialty provider of services and products for the lifetime needs of dogs.
Locations offer top-quality dog services including daycare, grooming, training and boarding. Indoor/outdoor facilities cater to letting dogs run in a backyard, have fun with friends and play in an outdoor pond.
Carrying a vast selection of premium dog foods, toys, treats, collars, leads, clothing and accessories, The Dog Stop is committed to the needs of all dog owners. Locations include Banksville Road and Washington Boulevard.
About Pet Expo Pittsburgh
Pet Expo Pittsburgh is a locally produced annual venue for pet products and services and is a must see for animal lovers alike. With over 200 exhibitors, the Pet Expo Pittsburgh showcases the latest in animal entertainment, demonstrations, presentations and products and services for pets and their owners.
This year’s expo will take place November 2nd through the 4th at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh.
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