The Long Island Game Farm Welcomes The One And Only Pekingese Dog Act Featuring Vanna The Baboon — Presented By David Rosaire

Friday, May 16, 2014

Renowned Show Will Entertain Guests at The Game Farm Throughout the Summer Season

(Manorville, NY) — The Long Island Game Farm — Wildlife Park & Children’s Zoo is happy to announce that David Rosaire and his Pekingese Dog Act will be taking the stage, beginning on May 23. This renowned circus show is not only stimulating, but is also eye-catching, with endless tricks and stunts performed by his dogs! The Pekingese pups put on an elaborate show —full of jumps, slides, and obeying outrageous commands. The show will take place daily at noon and 3 p.m. throughout the duration of the Game Farm’s summer season.

Mr. Rosaire comes from well-known circus royalty in Europe. He is a fifth-generation member of the British circus family, the Rosaires, and began his involvement in the circus at the early age of five. He has had an immense amount of circus training—from juggling, to tumbling, to horsemanship. Eventually, he took on the role of dog training in order to create his very own unique dog act. Many have dubbed Mr. Rosaire’s show as the world’s greatest dog acts of all time.

David's fast-paced dog act has appeared in many of Europe's major circuses and theaters around the world, including the Boswell-Wilkie Circus in South Africa. The act has also been presented at a Royal Command Performance for the King of Sweden. After acquiring a prominent following in Europe, David and his Pekingese friends moved to the United States in search of new beginnings. They have performed at many luxurious Las Vegas hotels, such as the MGM Grand, Caesar's Palace, the Hilton Hotel, the Stardust Hotel and Bally's Hotel and Casino in Reno, Nevada. Some of David’s other major shows have been at the Royal Hanneford Circus, Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida, and the Circus Tihany in Puerto Rico. They were even granted the opportunity to be a part of the Big Apple Circus, which they gladly accepted.

The show will run until September 1, the last day of the Game Farm’s summer session. Don’t miss out on the sensational animal entertainment that will keep you on the edge of your seat during your summer visit!

For more information about David Rosaire’s Pekingese Dog Act at the Long Island Game Farm, please call (631) 878-6644 or visit



The Long Island Game Farm was founded in 1970 by Stanley and Diane Novak and is located on 25 acres of land in Manorville.  The Park has grown over the years and has served as a frequent destination of school children that have grown up on Long Island.  Each year, thousands of guests visit the park.