Doggie Casting Call Nationwide for Hallmark Channel Special “The National Rescue Dog Show”

12/04/2017

RESCUE DOG SHOW

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Type: Reality TV

Got an amazing rescue dog?

SEEKING RESCUE DOGS THAT ARE ALREADY IN THEIR FOREVER HOME. THIS IS A HALLMARK SPECIAL

Casting producers for a Hallmark Channel special are now casting dogs and their owners for “The National Rescue Dog Show” –  That’s right, rescue dogs are getting their time in the spotlight to compete in a variety of categories including best snorer, smile, couch potato, best kisses, best senior, wiggle butt, fetching, slobber, head tilting, cool mixed breed, and more unique categories.

If your rescue dog is always the star in your house, well, here is a chance to let them shine on TV.  The show is looking for dogs and their owners that are already in their forever home and this is a great opportunity to give rescue dogs some national exposure.  At stake, is a $25k grand prize that will be donated to the winning dog’s rescuers to help the rescue keep up their good work.

If your dog is full of heart, spirit and personality, this is a great chance to bring attention to how amazing rescue dogs are.

See the casting notice below for all the details.  Online / email dog auditions are now being accepted through the 15th of this month.  Those selected need to be available for the filming dates listed below and the show will be filming in the Los Angeles area.

Payment: Non Paid

City or Location of call: Los Angeles, CA
Please submit to: BESTINRESCUE@GMAIL.COM by 2017-12-15

This casting notice was posted by: JILL GOULARTE Producer

 

 



4 thoughts on “Doggie Casting Call Nationwide for Hallmark Channel Special “The National Rescue Dog Show”

  1. charlie

    I adopted a rescue dog after 4 months of the loss of my previous dog I had for 12 years. I thought I could live without a dog, but I had depression for four months after I lost my loyal dog of 12 years (I will never forget my buddy Sparky). Well I took a chance with a rescue named Max and I am glad I did. I did not know what to expect from Max, but to my surprise he was potty trained and has a lovable personality. He has brightened my life and was well worth adopting him.

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  2. Glenda Evans

    I have a rescue dog who has an amazing wiggle butt. He’s ALWAYS so happy wagging his body when he’s around me. Would love to enter him for the next rescue dog dog show.

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  3. Karen D.

    How do I enter for 2019? I have 6 of the most wonderful rescues ever!

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  4. Devon

    Hi! I know it’s a month past the cutoff date, but I was wondering if you have room for one more, or if you are planning on running another show?

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