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Two characters: middle aged female, loving, excited, happy, but cautionary dog owner; sample script below is of a young adult male dog, carefree, hyperactive, happy, all-knowing, hopeful, yet quirky. Sample of various voice "ages" for the dog would be beneficial, if script not used.
Start of this project is unknown. Will honor your timeline once project scope is defined. 2013-03-30 00:41:16 GMT 2013-04-03 00:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 0 0 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 25 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
FEMALE: From the moment I saw him, Duffy stole my heart, and blinded me to the abundant warning flags raised at our first meeting. It was love at first sight! I had no idea what to expect from an Australian Shepherd. At the time I picked him, I wanted a dog who liked to cuddle and be a happy member of a rather sedate family. Unfortunately, Australian Shepherds aren’t lap dogs, cuddlers (with occasional exceptions), or sedate. Duffy’s brain worked as fast as his paws and teeth. Throughout his nearly 13 years, keeping him occupied without self-destructing was our priority.
Our challenges weren’t teaching him the basics of potty-training or inappropriate chewing. He learned those skills very quickly. It took one or two tries for him to figure out what we expected. He reveled in his training, once he figured out the lessons weren’t life-threatening. But, new experiences created new tests. He never figured out that slowing down to think might help him make better decisions. His inherent fears, on the one hand, and his over-the-top zest for life, on the other, kept us guessing and, yes, constantly stressed. We could never predict what behaviors to expect next. Since we were novices with the breed as well, our ignorance and stress only added to the chaos.
Over time, he’d give us the ride of our lives. What I didn’t realize was how many life lessons he taught me and the world of opportunities he created for the puppy he left behind.
DOG: By the time I was five, I knew I was a genius. I have lots of stories to tell, but I gave up on getting a brother or sister to pass on my knowledge. Mama wanted a puppy, but Daddy said he didn’t want another “Hound from Hell.” I guess they had some bad ones before me, but I turned out great!
Then, my Gramee got sick. I wanted to make her feel better. If I tell her my stories maybe she’ll get better. I learned to write in secret at first, but Mama helped because I couldn’t type. Mama writes okay, but her stories aren’t as good as mine. Maybe I can tell you my stories so you can teach what I learned to your own puppy.
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