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Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
Americas Next Top Doggie
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  • 1. they strut.
  • 2. they prance.
  • 3. they work it on the runway.
  • 4. and they’re so
  • 5. freaking
  • 6. cute!
  • 7. ladies and gentlemen, without further ado!introducing...
  • 8. top doggieAMERICA’S NEXT
  • 9. The Formathalf-hour competition-elimination top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 10. a nationwide casting search from the show ring to the dog pound top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 11. 24-hour surveillance 10 dogs, 2 trainers, 1 house behind-the-scenes drama narrated, meerkat manor-style top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 12. the challengesthe dogs work with top trainers in:obedience agility modeling acting top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 13. the panel celebrity and expert judgeschoose which dog gets sent to the dog house. permanently. top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 14. The Castcontestants | judges | trainers top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 15. Harley the glamour puss age: 3 height: 22” weight: 40lbs. role model: tinkerbell hometown: Gainesville, FLcontestant #1 Purebred breed: Old English Sheepdog
  • 16. Sadie Miss Independent age: 6 height: 26” weight: 110 lbs. role model: Lassie hometown: Fitchburg, macontestant #2 Purebred breed: Great Dane
  • 17. Bijouthe diva age: 4 height: 6” weight: 2 lbs. rescue dog breed: Corgicontestant #3 role model: Uggie hometown: Washington, DC
  • 18. Scout the tomboy age: 1 height: 20” weight: 70 lbs. Role Model: rin tin tin hometown: pontiac, micontestant #4 rescue dog breed: pitbull
  • 19. Hannah the girl next door age: 2 height: 21” weight: 45 lbs. purebred role model: eddiecontestant #5 hometown: cleveland, oh breed: Golden Retriever
  • 20. Moxie the playful one age: 6 months height: 17” weight: 50 lbs. role model: Bluecontestant #6 hometown: carmel, ca breed: Great Dane purebred
  • 21. Pepper the party girl age: 4 height: 14” weight: 35 lbs. role model: precious hometown: portland, orcontestant #7 breed: Poodle Shelter Dog
  • 22. Coco the fashionista age: 3 height: 7” weight: 7 lbs. role model: tiger hometown: seattle, wacontestant #8 breed: Westie purebred
  • 23. Eloise the momma age: 3 height: 22” weight: 112 lbs. purebred role model: clifford hometown: madison, wi breed: Great Danecontestant #9
  • 24. age: 1 height: 6” weight: 2 lbs. role model: cujo shelter dog hometown: austin, tx breed: chihuahua Dixie the loose cannoncontestant #10
  • 25. your host olympic diver Greg Louganisdog owner & breeder veteran of conformation, obedience, and agility
  • 26. Greg Louganis owns & trainsfan of reality tv multiple breeds
  • 27. The Judges evaluate the dogs’ performances in each challenge and choose whogoes to the dog house. permanently. top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 28. Ron MenakerPresident, American Kennel Club king of conformation trainer/handler dog show judge
  • 29. Rachaelchef, TV host, Ray dog lover
  • 30. William Wegman photographer, artist loves weimaraners
  • 31. The Trainers they live with the dogs andprepare them for their challenges top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 32. Karen Pryorco-founder, Clicker Training over 40 years’ experience training animals. focuses on positive training methods.
  • 33. Sarah Clifford Hollywood dog trainer trained Uggie for “the Artist”
  • 34. The Episodesget ready for some drama! top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 35. episode 1 meeting the dogsTen dogs are selected from a nationwidecasting call to live in house in Los Angeles anddiscover who has what it takes to becomeAmericas Next Top Doggie.Clashes develop from the pups’ differinglifestyles, training levels, and breeds. The dogsget their first exposure to life with a trainer.The first doggie gets sent to the dog house.
  • 36. episode 2 in the ringThe remaining dogs are introduced to theagility ring and have to strut their stuff, orface elimination.
  • 37. episode 3lights, camera, puppies! Life gets turned upside down as the trainers work with the puppies to prepare them for a commercial shoot.
  • 38. episode 4 costume partyThe remaining dogs’ ability in obedience istested when they have to dress up in costumesfor a photo shoot.
  • 39. episode 5 the first showThe dogs prepare for and attend their firstshow, testing their obedience, conformation,and how they interact with the judges.
  • 40. episode 6 Baa!The remaining dogs kick off the second half ofthe competition by learning how to herd sheep.
  • 41. episode 7a little human touchThe dogs are tested when they must take partin a photo shoot with fashion models.
  • 42. episode 8 the great outdoorsThe stakes are high as the dogs face their firstoutdoor agility track. Have they been trainedwell enough to ignore all the potentialdistractions?
  • 43. episode 9america’s first top doggie At the final show, the last two dogs show off everything they’ve learned—and one is crowned Best in Show.
  • 44. The Prizestell ‘em what best in show wins! top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT
  • 45. Best in Show wins entry into the westminster kennel club dog show one year contract with a top dog talent agent a six-page spread in Life + Dog Magazine plus...
  • 46. a starring role as the next face of Pedigree dog food that’s a $50,000 contract!
  • 47. May the best bitch win. top doggie AMERICA’S NEXT

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