Who Let the Dogs Out is a reality TV series featuring Tillman, a skateboarding bulldog recognized as the most charismatic, versatile and popular dog in the United States. This brilliant ... See full summary »

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Who Let the Dogs Out is a reality TV series featuring Tillman, a skateboarding bulldog recognized as the most charismatic, versatile and popular dog in the United States. This brilliant bulldog and his owner Ron burst on the scene in 2008, as Tillman's skateboarding, surfing and snowboarding antics became an instant Internet sensation. Now, Tillman has recruited a colorful cast of canines... and humans... to travel the country in search of the most talented pooches. It's a quest to find the most spectacular... high-flying... incredible dogs. At the end of their journey, Tillman and the gang will select one lucky mutt to become the most talented dog in America. Written by Rick Rockhill

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18 February 2012 (USA)  »

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Tillman was named after Pat Tillman, a former NFL professional football player and U.S. Army Ranger. He started skateboarding when he was only 10 weeks old. He learned by watching a skateboarding Rottweiler named Stoli, also owned by Ron Davis. At 9 months old, Tillman was on all fours skating. By the time he was 15 months old, he learned how to turn. See more »

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