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Mutts Gone Nuts!
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Mutts Gone Nuts!

 

Mutts Gone Nuts!

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October 23, 2022

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Tickets start at $29

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Child pricing is available. To purchase, select your seats, click "Continue," then change the ticket type from "Adult" to "Child."

Questions? Please contact the box office at info@performingartshouston.org or 713.227.4772.

“A must see!”
The Washington Post

Show Sponsor

Locke Lord

Program

Imagine nine of the world’s most talented four-legged performers in an uproariously funny, comedy dog spectacular that is leaving audiences everywhere howling for more! The all-star lineup includes the highest jumping dog in the universe, two Guinness World Record Champions, a hilarious six-pound Pomeranian Pikachu mix, and a host of previously discarded dogs that will dance, prance, flip, and skip their way right into your heart. Deemed “A must see!” by the Washington Post, Mutts Gone Nuts! is sure to win Best in Show.

Performers: 
Scott and Joan Houghton
Samantha Valle
Jonathan Burns

Canine Performers:
Feather
Pixel a.k.a. Hot Wheels
Charlie
Chuck Taylor
Mr. Finnie
Whitaker

Mutts Gone Nuts’ canine performers live with on a small farm outside Washington DC, along with two horses and two pigs named Tofu and Nelly! 

Once a dog is no longer interested in performing in the show, they retire with a full pension. The dogs are all USDA licensed and they are lovingly cared for by Dr Pema at Holistic Veterinary Healing in Germantown, MD.

If you are thinking getting a pet please remember different breeds have different needs. Do some research to ensure you find a good match for your family. Millions of dogs & cats enter shelters each year (often through no fault of their own). Please consider adopting, not only will you get a new best friend, but you’ll save a life too! Petfinder.com is a great place to start.

Child pricing is available. To purchase, select your seats, click "Continue," then change the ticket type from "Adult" to "Child."

Questions? Please contact the box office at info@performingartshouston.org or 713.227.4772.

“A must see!”
The Washington Post

Show Sponsor

Locke Lord

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Imagine nine of the world’s most talented four-legged performers in an uproariously funny, comedy dog spectacular that is leaving audiences everywhere howling for more! The all-star lineup includes the highest jumping dog in the universe, two Guinness World Record Champions, a hilarious six-pound Pomeranian Pikachu mix, and a host of previously discarded dogs that will dance, prance, flip, and skip their way right into your heart. Deemed “A must see!” by the Washington Post, Mutts Gone Nuts! is sure to win Best in Show.

Performers: 
Scott and Joan Houghton
Samantha Valle
Jonathan Burns

Canine Performers:
Feather
Pixel a.k.a. Hot Wheels
Charlie
Chuck Taylor
Mr. Finnie
Whitaker

Mutts Gone Nuts’ canine performers live with on a small farm outside Washington DC, along with two horses and two pigs named Tofu and Nelly! 

Once a dog is no longer interested in performing in the show, they retire with a full pension. The dogs are all USDA licensed and they are lovingly cared for by Dr Pema at Holistic Veterinary Healing in Germantown, MD.

If you are thinking getting a pet please remember different breeds have different needs. Do some research to ensure you find a good match for your family. Millions of dogs & cats enter shelters each year (often through no fault of their own). Please consider adopting, not only will you get a new best friend, but you’ll save a life too! Petfinder.com is a great place to start.

For ADA information, please contact the Box Office at 713-227-4772 or email info@performingartshouston.org.