DENVER (KDVR) — Can your dog jump on two legs or can your cat give high fives? There’s a show for that, and it’s called “Stupid Pet Tricks.”
Auditions will take place in Colorado on Tuesday.
The show is based on David Letterman’s “Late Night” segment called “Stupid Pet Tricks.” What started before the 2000s is now reinvented in a show hosted by comedian Sarah Silverman.
The show features everything from camels doing limbo to dogs on skateboards to cats driving mini cars. It also shows celebrities like Will Ferrell and even Letterman himself with their pets.
Although the first episode of the series airs on February 12, there is still an opportunity to feature your talented pet in the series.
The TBS Stupid Pet Tricks Tour stops in five cities across the United States, including Longmont.
The event features giveaways, interactive pet activities and on-site adoptions, as well as the opportunity to audition for the show.
If your dog can do a jump or your cat can bark – or any other weird thing you can think of, this is a free event open to the public.
The event will take place on Tuesday, February 13 from 4-8 p.m. at Oskar Blues Brewery in Longmont.
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