Dynamo Dogsports Wow the Crowds
Dynamo Dogsport dogs love to wow the crowds with incredible agility, phenomenal tricks, and laugh out loud antics.
Our versatile performances keep the audience entertained with many different canine skills, as our dogs love to show off their agility, disc, flyball, and obedience talents. And canine athleticism and speed is often combined with canine comedy as the dogs often love to show off their sense of humour as well!
A Dynamo Dogsport Show is just the thing you need to make your next event an unforgettable one! If you would like to see our dogs in action, click on the photos and videos to the right for a preview, and then contact us via email to find out how you can have the Dynamo Dogs visit your next event.
You can check out our calendar for upcoming events here.
- Goldbar Demo
- If you're going to Pet Expo this weekend, the Dynamo...
- Pet Expo Photos - Credit to Stan Mah
- Dynamo Dogs Ready to Perform at Fulton Place Community League
The Dynamo Dogs are ready to perform this coming Saturday Sept 15th. There'll be two shows that day - with great fun for dog lovers of all ages!
And then come on down!
It'll put a smile on your face as big as this one!Posted on: September 12, 2012
- Dynamo Dogs Ready To Perform at the Rainmaker Rodeo May 25-27
This weekend the Dynamo Dogs will wow the crowds with their fast flying antics at the RAINMAKER RODEO!
Click here to see the complete Rainmaker schedule of FUN! Just look for wherever it says:
"Dynamo Dogs presented by Tudor Glen Veterinary Hospital".
We'll be in the parade on Saturday morning too!
Just one question....
Why is this gentleman dressed this way?
Gotta come to Rainmaker to find out..... Hope to see you there 🙂
UPDATE as of morning of May 26th.... Another Question:
What are these strange things?
- Dynamo Dogs Perform At WEM Ice Palace
Here's some Dynamo Dogsports news from Dogapalooza – a family friendly canine event last weekend at West Edmonton Mall.
It was almost too close to call, but as this video clearly shows the Dynamo Dogs PINK TEAM (Rusty, Audi, Rage and Euro) beats the GREEN TEAM (Dart, Meme, JetPACK and OD) before crowds of onlookers at the November 2011 Dogapolooza at West Edmonton Mall.
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THEN .... Havoc used all her death defying skills:
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THEN... our Dynamo Dogsport event at Dogapolooza was CRASHED!
.... THEN Meme barked at the intruders and even went to guard the door after they left!Posted on: November 15, 2011
- The Stage is Set. Dynamo Dogs Ready To Perform at the WEM Ice Palace Nov 12-13
It's Friday night, Nov 11, and the WEM Ice Palace is being transformed for Dogapalooza - a family friendly canine event. As you can see there's a floor now, instead of a hockey rink.
The Dynamo Dog troupe got in there tonight to bring in our equipment and establish all the placements that will need to be done for our shows this weekend. There are seven shows in all and they are different set ups for each one! And within the shows the equipment has to move too.
We got it all figured out and it's going to be fun Fun FUN! Hope to see you there.
P.S. You can bring your own pet to WEM this weekend too, if you wish. More info at bottom of this page.Posted on: November 12, 2011
- Dynamo Dogs at Live at Lunch
Great fun with Dynamo Dogs at Live at Lunch yesterday, Churchill Square, downtown Edmonton. Some nice pics in the Journal. Got lots of people watching and cheering the dogs on, and the dogs had a blast!
Havoc debuted her ladder walking and performed like a pro. Finnegan was the star of Musical Chairs, although Pryme's antics put him close behind! Ivy and Shiloh are figuring out the weave pole thing... even in crazy settings, Meme was her usual Beagley star self, and Chloe was solid in the Barrel race :-). Rusty, Bruiser, Xavier, and Mochi did everything right as usual, and Willow (aka Marmaduke) got loads of new fans, without having to do much at all!
Whle Beckham had fun visiting the crowd and playing with Euro, Tylt showcased her incredible speed, and the three Shelties had great fun chasing each other around the equipment.
Great fun, on to Rainmaker next weekend!Posted on: May 21, 2011
- Dynamo Show Rehersals
The Dynamo Shows for our summer lineup of performances are coming along really well. The drill is looking great, and the weekly practices are going to really help to hone all of our new events. It is great to have an enthusiastic bunch of people to work with who are eager to learn new things, help each other, and play with their dogs.
We have a lot of exciting new ideas to play with this year, and we are really looking forward to making our shows not only spectacular but also really unique! With the right people working together there is nothing we can't accomplish.
Onward and upward, the new shirts are here!Posted on: April 18, 2011
- Dynamite Dynamo Trial!
They raced, they jumped, they caught! Huge thanks to all those who came out to enjoy our very 1st official Dynamo Dog event. It was great to see so many breeds represented, and to see all the dogs having fun doing what dogs love to do, play with their people.
Even bigger thanks go out to John Chandler, for working tirelessly on our database, he has been working 24-7 developing a database so we can get those results all online ... and to Lesley Howard - Stafford and Steve Eisenreich for all their extra help outside of the actual event (and Lesley for making terrific chili) ... and Lindsay Potts for all her help on Saturday, and donating Adam for a emergency trip back to the city to get Puissance bars!
Also big thanks to Teri and Kirstin for helping to keep things on track throughout the day, and all the folks who stayed to help us pack up after a long day of Dynamo fun, and of course Alicia Glasier and Lori Rossi and Ellen and Caelin Homola and Annika Chell for always jumping in when we needed someone to jump in; and Lara and Helen and Martin all the other "Border Collie folk" 🙂 for helping with the line judging during the relays. And to everyone I didn't mention ... huge thanks for helping!
There were many great performances throughout the day, and a bunch of dogs who have shown great improvement since the Dynamo Fun Match only a month ago. The organization is new, and some of the events are unique, but we are very happy to hear people commenting on how much they like the format, and how fun and entertaining the lineup of events is proving to be.
Some people have even mentioned that the events are helping their dogs regain their enthusiasm for agility, and others have lamented their fast dogs inability to hit contacts and/or weaves at speed. That is what we love to hear because it is meant to be fun, but challenging!
We had a couple of ringers in frisbee, with Lara Sorenson bringing a couple of great frisbee dogs in for the event. They undoubtedly would have had trouble besting Kirstin's Berger Picard, Euro, our resident frisbee champ, who put in a 120' catch in our Fun Match. But unfortunately Euro broke a toe before the competition and had to be pulled. So Lara took home both the Mini and Maxi trophies with 96' (Vapour) and 114' (OD) catches respectively. And it was great to see Rocket (Standard Poodle), Rusty (Field Spaniel), Ivy (Miniature American Eskimo), Phoebe (Smooth Collie), Havoc (Malinois), and Solo (Wire Fox Terrier) prove that other breeds can play frisbee too!
High jumping was owned by the Border Collies again this time, as Wynd, Meaghan's Border, and Flyte, Teri's Border, went head to head on the highest bars. In the Fun Match last month Wynd got an extra jump to pull out the highest jump. But this time there were only two jumps allowed, and though Wynd put in a great effort, Tylt managed to squeak over the top. Tylt made some contact with the bar on the way over, but it stayed up to give her the win. 54 inches! Not bad for a 19" Border.
Relays was both entertaining and competitive. Some dogs are still working out that they aren't going to get called off the tunnel at the last minute, and that they really are allowed to do all the jumps, and don't have to wait for the handlers to catch up. Others just need to be pointed in the right direction, and they are more than willing to do the course by themselves.
The Novice Division (teams running over 20 seconds) was won by a multibreed team of Rocket (Standard Poodle); Rusty (Field Spaniel); and Schoko (American Staffordshire Terrier) with a best time of 21.52. Just behind them was the 2nd place team of Meme (blazing Beagle); Solo (Wire Fox Terrier); and Ivy (Miniature American Eskimo).
The Elite Division was won by Spectrum Speed Tylted Malinois, with Tylt (Border Collie); Havoc (Malinois); and Pryme (Malinois) (in his debut) running a blazing fast 16.44. Just behind, also putting in some great races, were the Border Collie Trifecta of Gus, Wynd, and Red with a fastest time of 17.22.
As the Dynamo events develope we continue to make imnprovements going forward, it is great to already see that so many people and dogs seem to be having fun playing in Dynamo Dogsports!
We plan to have a couple of events this summer, so stay tuned!