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  1. What is your favorite part of your recording on paw patrol and why?   ~   Cody
    I get to release my energy in a semi-controlled manner. LOL It is fun to be someone other than myself for awhile.

  2. What is your favorite part of the cast and crew party of paw patrol and why?   ~   Cody
    We don't get to all be together at the same time that often because we all record at different times. So, although we get to see each other individually often - we don't get to all get to see each other at once. So, it is great for us to all get together and celebrate our work and the show's success.

  3. What is the orange and white thing to breathe under water on Paw Patrol?   ~   matt hower
    That's my scuba gear.

  4. What is your favorite word?   ~   Justin Salinari
    Absquatulate. It means to run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along. It just is a funny word I learned.

  5. What are Zuma and Everest afraid of?   ~   Matt Hower
    I don't know what they are afraid of. In real life, I'm afraid of birds. So, maybe I transfer that fear to my character, Zuma. Everest is really brave so I don't think she is afraid of anything.

  6. In Paw Patrol, why did Zuma like to say the word "dude" for his language?   ~   Cody
    He's kinda a surfer pup.

  7. Does Zuma swim in the water?   ~   matt hower
    Yes - he is the water pup so he does water rescues.

  8. Do you do a lot of improv when you voice Zuma and Romeo? Or is everything from the script?   ~   Justin
    Usually we stick with the script. But sometimes there is opportunity for the actors to ad lib.

  9. Would you say that you and Max Calinescu get along on the show?   ~   Run devil run mr. mr
    We don't get to see each other as often as we would like to because our recording times don't always overlap. But, yes - he is great. We get along well.

  10. Was your journey easy to get to your position or did you have to strive for it in a tough way?   ~   Anonymous child
    My acting career is 5 years in the making. Considering that I'm only 13 years old, that's quite a long time for me. It has been a long road. Like any other career, when you start out, you have to work hard to get into a good position. I was very fortunate to be able to break into this highly selective business. I've also been lucky that I have been able to work regularly for the past 3 1/2 years. So, I would not say it was easy. The most important thing I did to get where I am today was to keep driving forward to pursue my dream even when times looked tough.