Teach an old dog new tricks!
Tina Humphrey and her ‘amazing dancing dog’ Chandi, were the unforgettable surprise act on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent. With their impressive tricks, enchanting routines and delightful dance moves, the pair stole the nation’s hearts.
Tina Humphrey and her ‘amazing dancing dog’ Chandi, were the unforgettable surprise act on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent. With their impressive tricks, enchanting routines and delightful dance moves, the pair stole the nation’s hearts. Now for the first time ever, top dog trainer Tina will share the method behind the magic and reveal the secrets to their outstanding success in the DVD ‘Teach Your Dog New Tricks’ released on November 29, by Spirit Entertainment and is available to buy now in the shops.
Along with footage of the full length ‘Ballet’ routine that secured them four yes’s and a standing ovation at their first BGT audition, Tina and Chandi guide budding dancing dogs and their owners through a step by step guide to learning many of the tricks that this charismatic team have invented and made famous. Using easy to understand, cutting edge training techniques, along with stunning demonstrations by Chandi herself, ‘Teach Your Dog New Tricks’ is accessible and entertaining for all ages, and gives a unique insight into the incredible partnership and love these two share that astounded the nation.
Tina said: “Chandi and I have danced our way to success over the past 12 years, winning every major competition many times over, including four Crufts Championships and we’re keen to share our training secrets with other dog lovers.”
“I believe that spending time teaching your dog tricks and having fun in the process, increases the communication and bond between dog and owner, and with my easy to understand guide to teaching some amazing tricks I hope more people will be inspired to have a go!”
Unbelievably, Tina found Chandi in the Telford Dog Pound by chance, and it was a match made in heaven from the very start. Theirs is a story of love and devotion and a real life tale of ‘rags to riches’. In order to help other abandoned dogs, a share of the proceeds from the DVD will go towards the world famous Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
The DVD is the perfect Christmas present for Tina and Chandi fans, for anyone that is curious to see how a dog is taught to dance, and for dog owners that want to work on a brand new repertoire of tricks with their pet
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The Exmouth Journal has two of these great DVDs to give away, all you have to do is answer this simple question:
Where did Tina find Chandi?
Please send your answers on a postcard with your address and a daytime phone number to:
Tina and Chandi competition, Features sub-editor, Archant South West, Fair Oak Close, Exeter Airport Business Park, Clyst Honiton, Nr Exeter EX5 2UL.
Answers must be in by Friday, December 10. Editor’s decision is final.