Dog trainer Lucy Heath and her tiny companion Trip Hazard, the 2 year old crossbreed, were finalists on Britain's Got Talent 2016. They received standing ovations from the judges and audiences for all 3 of their routines.
Lucy has 5 other highly trained dogs -
Ash, a 12 year old Blue Merle Shetland Sheepdog
Trent, an 11 year old Smooth Collie
Indie, a 10 year old Red Merle Border Collie
Foxy, a 5 year old Red and White Border Collie
Dizzy, a 2 year old Pomeranian cross Maltese
Trip - Britain's Got Talent finalist 2016, 4th place in the Crufts British Freestyle Final 2018 (highest placing non Border Collie), selected by the Kennel Club for Heelwork to Music Team Great Britain 2018 competing at the Open European Championships in Switzerand, won Superdogs Live at both the London Pet Show and National Pet Show 2015, performed in Beauty and the Beast panto for Polkadot Pantomimes 2015, starred in Cinderella at the Echo Arena Liverpool for Shone Productions.
Indie - Won ITV's That Dog Can Dance, Advanced Heelwork to Music and Freestyle. 5 x Crufts Finalist, won Superdogs Live at both the London Pet Show and National Pet Show 2014, won Crufts Factor 2014, performed in Beauty and the Beast panto for Polkadot Pantomimes 2015
Foxy - Won Superdogs Live at the London Pet Show 2016, Advanced Heelwork to Music and Freestyle.
Ash - Intermediate Freestyle and Grade 5 Agility
Trent - Qualified for Crufts Obreedience as part of team Smooth Collie
All 5 dogs are great at working with people and other animals and know hundreds of different behaviours. Lucy also has 2 dog loving, trained cats - Littlepuss, a tabby point Siamese.and Beebee, a 7 month old Oriental Shorthair.
Britain's Got Talent 2016 Finalists
The tiny dog with a difference. Trip Hazard and his amazing friends are available to book for events, TV, film and media work with their talented trainer Lucy Heath.