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Topic: Dog bag?
Message: Posted by: maps (Oct 5, 2004 09:46AM)
There's a dove bag, a bird bag, a rabbit bag but will a dog bag work for a dog?
Like producing a dog from lots of silks for something to that effect.
FM
Message: Posted by: Rupert Bair (Oct 5, 2004 03:17PM)
Try lifting a St. Bernard dog with one arm!

MATT
Message: Posted by: maps (Oct 6, 2004 03:37AM)
Imagine the amount of silks you have to produce to steal the dog out!
FM
Message: Posted by: MDS (Oct 10, 2004 01:43AM)
I know that it is possible because I have a friend that produces a 40 lb. Swan out of a BLENDO at the end of his bird act, so I am sure that you could use a dog. The only problem may be the noise.
Message: Posted by: Antoine (Feb 7, 2005 03:46PM)
Try to have a look at "Gérald le Guilloux" 's bird act. He produces a dog from silk a the end. He uses a bag or a harness, I don't know exactly. Pierre Alain produces a cat, in a bunch of silk too.
Message: Posted by: Magic Blinds (Feb 7, 2005 06:55PM)
Dan Birch produces a poodle with a blammo box and his doves appear. I belive Chalet sells a doves to dog. You might look into it.
Message: Posted by: mysticalmike (Feb 7, 2005 08:25PM)
http://www.dennymagic.com/cgi-bin/hazel.cgi?client=94601935&action=detail&item=005100 check this out
Message: Posted by: Mr. Muggle (Feb 8, 2005 12:06AM)
If I recall correctly dogs aren’t normally used because of how they act when in an enclosed space. Rabbits and dove's are calm, and can sit undetected for set periods of time. With today's advanced training, perhaps you can overcome the problems of the past.

But personally, I think audiences will react better to rabbits. Their cute and most people don't see them everyday- like Ammar say’s; grasp your audience by their emotions.

MM