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Dancing Dogs Photos
Joan and Tucker dancing Mickey Mouse Joan, Lynn, Tucker and Sam dancing "In The Mood" Lynn and Sam dancing Tequila   Publicity Photos

Joan and Tucker's dance to "It's a Small World" won second place at the prestigious Hershey Inventional dog dancing competition -- and became an audience all-time favorite.

Our jitterbug to a medley of swing songs earned us our WCFO Masters Title -- making us the second pairs team in the world to achieve this honor. Above is one of our signature moves, where we work the dogs closely side-by-side. Sam had to learn to slow down while Tucker had to speed up.
Lynn and Sam's Samba to "Tequila" won the Novice Division at the 2003 national dog dancing competition. Here Sam is backing between Lynn's legs.
  We'll be adding publication ready Tiff photos here -- as soon as Lynn learns how!
Joan and Tucker dancing to "Choo Choo Cha Boogie"
dancing together
Lynn and Sam Top Hat and Tails
Tucker's signature move -- one he invented -- is sitting up and waving. Here he performs it in "Choo Choo Ch'boogie."
In our newest pairs routine, a jive to "Hit the Road Jack," we aimed for a chorus line look where all four of us dance side-by-side throughout the entire routine. This was our most difficult routine to date.
The foxtrot allows Lynn to show off Sam's beauty and grace -- and the unusual behaviors he does with a cane. Sam invented the leg wrap and was the first to show it in the U.S.
Joan and tucker
Sam and Tucker in bowties
Sam and Lynn leap
Tucker proves that little dogs can do interesting paw moves. Here he's giving Joan a High 5 at the end of "Be Bop a Loola."
Sam and Tucker show off their white bowties.
Sam and Lynn in a turning/leaping move invented by Sam.
tucker on skateboard
Sam as cowboy
sam in curtsey
Tucker's favorite dance move is riding his skateboard.
We are now teaching the dogs to squaredance.
Sam never misses the opportunity to take a bow.