Creasy Pigott has extensive been a qualified good boy. The Woodsboro dog has been training for — and afterwards winning — competitions because he was seven months outdated.
Quickly, however, the 8-calendar year-old American pit bull terrier’s superstar standing will attain new heights. On Tuesday, his gentle brown mug will be highlighted on TVs throughout the nation as he would make his Hollywood debut on year two of “America’s Leading Puppy,” which features a massive canine impediment program competitors. The display is hosted on A&E by comic David Koechner and sporting activities broadcaster Curt Menefee.
“It was genuinely remarkable,” Creasy (just kidding — his handler, Gary Pigott) reported. “Kind of like a the moment-in-a-lifetime point.”
Outdoors of the limelight, Creasy is effective as a “demo dog” at the pet training facility “Sit Indicates Sit,” which Pigott and his spouse, Kari Pigott, run in Frederick. But even however teaching puppies is