Victoria announces Live Appearance dates

Victoria is pleased to announce a pair of rare Live appearances in New Jersey and New England in mid-October, 2010.

Taking a break from her busy filming schedule, Victoria will headline two rare live 'Evening With Victoria' events where she will bring her unique brand of wit, humor, storytelling and dog training expertise to live audiences in the Northeast. 

"I"m thrilled to be able to get out on the road for a little while and connect with fans in person - appearing at these tour stops is one of my most favorite things to do," says Victoria.  "While it's great helping families and creating a TV show that hopefully helps millions of dog lovers, nothing can beat the immediate impact of interacting with a live audience for a couple hours in such an intimate setting."

Currently filming the upcoming season of It's Me or the Dog for Animal Planet in New York City, Stilwell will take time out to demonstrate her positive reinforcement-based techniques with dogs from local rescue shelters, offer a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into filming each episode of her show, narrate entertaining outtakes from the show, and host a family-friendly celebration of man's best friend.

Click the links below to purchase tickets for these exclusive events.

October 11 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre  buy tickets
October 15 Lowell, MA  Lowell Memorial Auditorium  buy tickets
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37 thoughts on “Victoria announces Live Appearance dates

  1. Nina Rosalie

    Hi Victoria~ While filming in New York, do you have any plans to extend your Live Tour to an area on Long Island..or even in NYC? ....You're so close; there are many, many fans in the area who would love to meet you. ...I know I would!

  2. Anna

    I hope you come to the Alabama Gulf Coast! You have many fans here, myself included! Your expertise is much needed in my case ( two yorkies, very spoiled ).

  3. Victor

    We can't believe we are so lucky you are coming to our area! We live very close to Lowell, MA and we need you so much for some advice about our rescue dog! See you on October 15th!

  4. Susan

    I'm glad you're touring, I'm hoping I can make it out to one of them, I'm in Michigan though so it will be a stretch with college right now but I'm anxious to make it out. Hope it all goes well, my dog Preacher and I have been really enjoying your show and working much more effectively together, thank you so much!

    I hope you can come to Michigan sometime, I would love to see you touring live here and maybe even do some training help. I know a few dogs who could use a bit of positive reinforcement!

    Good luck and I hope it goes well.

  5. Mandy

    Hi! wish you could come and help us with our 3 lb chihuahua that bites our visitors ankles. We live in Massachusetts so we are in your filming area!

  6. Jodie Havens

    Come out to sunny San Diego, CA.!! Great weather, lots of dogs!! I am dying to meet you!!!!
    I am a dog trainer for both obedience and agility here in San Diego and you are my HERO. I recommend your show and website to all of my students which is around 80 per week. My Min Pin "Zim" patiently helps me train my students and he himself knows over 40 learned behaviors and tricks and he is litter box trained! He even sneezes on command!
    Thank you, thank you, thank you, for helping to bring positive reinforcement into mainstream America. If we can prove to the general population that positive training works sooooo much better than negative, maybe we can band together to stop the horrible and barbaric ways some people still choose to train their dogs.
    Patiently waiting to meet you,

    Jodie Havens
    Perfect Paws K9 Training

  7. Becky Evans

    Yes - PLEASE come to Crazy California!!! I have just contacted 1 of your trainer graduates to help with an 18-mo-old Rescue GSD. Choke chains & Pronged collars run amock up here (by Sacramento).

    Please come to California!!!

  8. Michele

    I just moved to Savannah, Ga. three months ago from Florida. It's been a culture shock for me. Education is much needed here!

  9. John Sloot / Michael Lemley

    Victoria, I just love you and your show. You do such a tremendous job in training dogs.My partner and I have 6 dogs. Boy could we use your help in training tecniques. We have a 12 yr old Shitzu Pomeranian Mix,
    Rat terrier, 2 Boston Terriers , Boxer Mix, and Rhodesian German Shepard mix. They each have thier own personalities but, they are all very sweet.

  10. Ruth Renkenberger

    Pets on Wheels is an all volunteer organization that visits nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and hospitals with our pets. We also participate in the reading program in elementary schools with our dogs.

    We would be honored to host a visit with Ms. Stilwell in our area. A few years ago, we hosted David Frei and had it was very successful.

    Can you tell us if this could be possible in 2011 - 2012 and what size of a venue we would have to provide?

    Our base in on the Eastern Shore of Maryland (acriss the Chesapeake Bay from Annapolis) and near St. Michaels, Maryland.

    Thank you ~ Ruth Renkenberger, President - Pets on Wheels of Delmarva, Inc.

  11. Bunny

    I've berrien using you're method for 35 years, you have helped me tremendously in the last 2 years of watching the show. I have a 4 year old Golden Retriever that I have enjoyed every minute of working big with
    knowing she was going to be my own Service Dog one day, Well that day came sooner than I was ready
    for and all the work and exhaustion was so worth it, Sophie and Phoebe (Sophie's Rott/Golden sister is
    my 10 years old and both her acls I was told were shot but through massage and gloucosimine, she's
    enjoying retirement.) Onward.......my 1st and 2nd heart attacks both my girls were there keeping me wet by dripping water on me to wake me, getting the neighbors attention, holding on to my Phoebe, all 115 pounds got me up and off the floor and The Soph would not leave my side other than to get water and open the door for the neighbor and best friend.Tony. These two dogs a my miracles and living longer
    to enjoy them.
    I have a question, I started working with my Golden Sophie at 10 months, I began to think she was dense when she pulled a fastone on me at 4 years old every old command or job she handled like a champ, she
    remembered everything. Is it normal for things to soak in at a certain age?

    Thank you Victoria for being a Bright Light in our World....
    With Love and Light,

    Bunny

  12. Bunny

    I've been using you're method for 35 years, you have helped me tremendously in the last 2 years of watching the show. I have a 4 year old Golden Retriever that I have enjoyed every minute of working with
    knowing she was going to be my own Service Dog one day, Well that day came sooner than I was ready
    for and all the work and exhaustion was so worth it, Sophie and Phoebe (Sophie's Rott/Golden sister is
    my 10 years old and both her acls I was told were shot but through massage and gloucosimine, she's
    enjoying retirement.) Onward.......my 1st and 2nd heart attacks both my girls were there keeping me wet by dripping water on me to wake me, getting the neighbors attention, holding on to my Phoebe, all 115 pounds got me up and off the floor and The Soph would not leave my side other than to get water and the
    phone & open the door for the neighbor and best friend.Tony. These two dogs are my miracles and I'm living longer
    to enjoy them.!!!
    I have a question, I started working with my Golden Sophie at 10 months, I began to think she was dense when she pulled a fastone on me at 4 years old every old command or job she handled like a champ, she
    remembered everything. Is it normal for things to soak in at a certain age?

    Thank you Victoria for being a Bright Light in our World....
    With Love and Light,

    Bunny

  13. Linda Michaels

    Victoria, come to California more, especially during the winter when it's warm and wonderful here.
    We need you! We love you. You are a bright, shiny penny in the dog training world and you're smile is infectious.
    Thank you for all you do for the doggies.

    Warm woofs,
    Linda

  14. Jenny

    I'm so excited!! I need to be sure I have the night off from work, but I'm really hoping to go! I just have one question...
    In the description of the event it sounds like you will be doing live demos with rescue dogs and audience members' pets, but when you buy the tickets it says not to bring any pets. Which is true? Are the demo dogs pre-selected? If so, how do I sign up? My 3 yr old pit has come a long way since I adopted her 6 months ago, but I am having a very hard time teaching her polite play manners with other dogs. She is very loud and pretty rude at times, while in other situations she is very polite. I think I just need some pointers on where to go from here... anyone know how to get her on stage?

    Thanks!
    Jenny and Skye

  15. Terri

    Hi Victoria,

    We saw your show last night in Red Bank, Nj. It was so much fun and as many times as we watch your shows we all learned things we never knew. Seeing you teach the shelter dogs was even more
    effective then seeing it done on the show. You are my daughters role model. ( You signed her labador mask) and you couldnt be any more of a better role model. Your show was very entertaining, never boring, and we could have watched you for hours. You are a very sincere down to earth person!

  16. Natalie

    Hi Victoria, I watch your show as much as possible and everything you do works. I just have a lot of animals to work with.. If you are ever in the Pennsylvania area Ill be standing in line for advice. I have a small farm and I dont know how it happened (big heart I guess and a sucker for sad eyes.) 2 small dogs 1 pitbull puppy 4 cats leopard geckos 1 duck and 1 goat and I have no idea which way Im going. Crazy I guess.

  17. Seth Arakelian

    Hi Victoria-

    I have front row seats at the Lowell, MA show. Right in the center of the stage! Can't wait to see you! We would love to be invited on stage!

  18. Cathy Shoemaker

    Hello Victoria, i have tried several times to submit to your new york, tri-state area casting call on animal planet website. i get error 404 and have emailed the website with no help forthcoming. I have 7 dogs. 3 chihuahuas, a mini spitz, and 3 beagle mix dogs. My family watches your show all the time and have tried to apply your tips and tricks and some have worked but we have jumping, mouthing, barking, and chewing issues and its a 3 ring circus when anyone comes over. we would desperately welcome a visit from you. I dont know if its that you are not coming into pennsylvania that the page will not load or an internet issue. Our family is being torn apart from our dogs and we do not know what else to do. My grandchildren can not even come to visit without being besieged by the dogs. Please if you are in Pennsylvania, stop by and help us !!

  19. Maria Santos

    Hi Victoria,

    Please please please come to Washington, DC. We've taken both of our adopted dogs to training (and paid a lot of money doing so), but it hasn't seemed to help. My husband and I desperately need help, otherwise we may have to give one or more of the dogs back to the rescue organization because of aggressive behavior, chewing damage, etc. Please help! My husband and I are getting very frustrated and are about to give up on the 3rd dog b/c it's too much too handle, but it breaks my heart to even think about doing that.

    Thanks,
    Maria

  20. Susan Price

    Victoria,
    I just love your show. I would love to see you in person in Philadelphia. My question has to do with walking a 14 year old dog and my using what is called a 4 wheel rollator. Because of my health issues I have not walked Sandy like I should have. He does have a pen for bathroom use. We both need exercise. My problem is that Sandy seems to have "front end alignment" issues. I was always taught to walk a dog on the left side. I adopted Sandy when he was between 6 - 7 mos. old. His previous owner had trained him fairly well. He was completely house broken. My concern is that when walking Sandy with this apparatus (for me) he keeps walking into it. How can I break him of it so that we can spend whatever time we have left together enjoying the "great outdoors"? Thank you.

  21. sheena vince

    hi i live in the uk,dorset,i have a big white husky/malamute who needs training,if you are panning on coming to the uk at any time,i would really like to meet you,love your program.

  22. Celina

    Hi Victoria,

    I just found out about your show a few weeks ago but I started DVR'g it the first time I saw it. I'm going to watch each show and practice with my 7 month old Mini American Eskimo. Great show - very informative. I'd love to see you in person. Please try to come to Austin! Austin is an extremely pet-friendly city - I'm sure you'd be a hit.

  23. Cristina

    Hi Victoria, a have a poodle 20 pounds but he is very aggressive when we go for a walk and he seems very anxious as well what can I do to make him became a calm dog?
    I live in Delray Beach Florida I wish I could see you and talk to you!
    Love your show on TV! You are the greatest!

    Cristina Blum

  24. Patsy

    Hi Victoria,
    I watch your show every chance I get, but I don't remember seeing my problem with one of my German Shepherds addressed. She loves to travel but whines/barks almost constantly. I have thought of a mild medication to calm her. What would you recommend?

    Thank you for any help you can give me.

  25. Sheryl

    Hi,

    Would love it if you came to California. Would love to meet you, I love your show and all you do to help pet owners with their dogs. I have 4 dogs of my own and watched your show all the time when we had Animal Planet. Keep up the good work 🙂

    Sheryl

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