"Visitors to this year's Mystery Creek Fieldays were treated to a fine display of dog training from Chelsea Marriner and her team. Hundreds of dazzled onlookers watched as Chelsea's dogs were put through their paces, performing an array of tricks from fetching cold drinks from the chilly bin, washing their own paws and holding a flag."
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If you want top class entertainment for all ages and audience types, try Dogmatic!
Dogmatic are a team of multi-talented working dogs whose high energy show is appreciated by all who've watched it. With tricks ranging from funny and clever to just plain amazing, there's something that appeals to everyone! More information on our performances is available here.
We are able to perform at both indoor and outdoor venues and for various time frames. The usual performance time for our show is between 25-30 minutes.
We can perform on most surfaces. Our ideal is on grass with an area approx 25 x 25 metres, however we can perform indoors if required and in a much smaller area as well.
We have our own professional PA system.
Please visit our Schedule page for information on some of our previous performances.
About Ultimate Canines
I have been working with dogs since I was 2 1/2 years old, when I took over Dad's puppy that he brought home.
When I was 4, I saw Wonder Dogs on TV and decided that I'd love to teach my dog to do some cool stuff like that.
I now have a team who all have a large range of tricks. I compete extensively in agility and also in canine freestyle and occasionally sheep dog trials. You can read more about my dogs here
or visit the Cliffhanger Kennels website as well.
I enjoy working my dogs and teaching them things. You only get out what you put in, and if you want the results, there's a lot of hard work, patience and time required to get there in the end!
The dogs are all trained using positive reinforcement techniques and love being out there showing off their skills and generally having a good time!
Ultimate Canines are proudly sponsored by:
Sprint in action at the 2014 Stratford A&P show
City News interview with Dogmatic