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It’s official: Tina and Chandi got talent

An 11-year-old dog named Chandi dazzled the judges with her dancing on an episode of “Britain’s got Talent” that aired Saturday.

And her owner wasn’t bad, either.

A piano and violin teacher named Tina and her rescue dog Chandi performed a dance — Chandi with a sore on her leg, no less — that led to a standing ovation from the audience and the judges.

For more information on the duo, you can check out Tina and Chandi’s 
website. You can learn more about dancing with dogs at the World Canine Freestyle Organization.


Comment from Anne’n’Spencer
Time April 19, 2010 at 6:53 pm

Well, it doesn’t pack quite the emotional punch of Susan Boyle’s performance last year, but Chandi is certainly a talented dog. I know a couple of people who do the freestyle dancing with their dogs, and it seems to be lots of fun for both the humans and the dogs. You don’t have to be world class to compete, either–you just have to be into having fun with your dog.

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