Register for Training / Casting
Register your Pet for Training / Casting Calls:
Just like talented people who act, training is required. Our Star Acting Classes is a pre-requisite in having your dog join our database. We then will require a list of behaviours your dog has excelled in and picture that is a clear representation of your dog and only your dog.
Please send in your talented animals resume along with a picture and your contact information to Talent Department
There will be a non-refundable administration fee of $5.00 (includes tax) for each form for talent submitted. While we will attempt to place your animal if it is qualified, there is no guarantee that we will be able to represent your animal..
Opportunity Knocks – Current casting calls
Golden Retriever for feature film – May / June 2014 – Currently Seeking talent – Email firstname.lastname@example.org with pictures and your information.
Pomeranian Puppy for feature film – May 2014 – Currently Seeking talent – Email email@example.com with pictures and your information.
Golden Retriever for a Music Video – June 2014 – CAST – Thanks Basil for your great work!
While we will attempt to place your animal if it is qualified, there is no guarantee that we will be able to represent your animal..
Questions? We’d love to hear from you. Get in touch with us
Vancouver – Saturdays – Feb 21 Mount Pleasant School
New Westminster- Wednesdays – Feb 25 Bosley’s Columbia Square
- Twinkle Puppy Class @ 7:00pm
New Westminster – Wednesdays – March 4 – Bosleys Columbia Square
- Acting for All ages - Intro @ 8.00pm - 5 weeks
Weekend Workshops – March 7 & 8
Saturday March 7 from 1-4 Learn Dog Body Language
Sunday March 8 from 1-4 - Learn what Stresses Dogs and how to fix it
“We learned how to communicate with our dog and have Stella listen! Everything was very clear and so informative.”
Fredericka, Anton & ‘Stella’ – (Bull terrier – 4 months old)- Twinkle Puppy Classes
“I noticed a change in his behavior after 2 group sessions! He learned walk nicely on leash, sit, down, heel and come consistently on command. Piper was able to respond to commands on and off leash.”
Cheryl with her 4 month old Yellow Lab, ‘Piper’