DogStars is your source for professionally trained animals for hire, because sometimes making an entrance being pulled by a team of huskies makes a lasting impression.
Whether you need a husky and mountie for that genuine Canadian feel or the perfect chihuahua for your petite dog needs, we make hiring an animal easy. DogStars provides a qualified trainer at all times, to ensure that your project runs smoothly.
Experience and Creativity
We have crafted grand entrances for CEOs, provided huskies for RCMP events and even found the perfect dog to sit for a painting. Our trainers are open to new events and requests, as long as our animal actors’ safety is a priority. For animal availability and a hiring quote, please contact DogStars.
For the ultimate theme party, treat your guests to an animal extravaganza!
Entertain and Educate
Our professional trainers will captivate your crowd with our amazing and talented DogStars. Their array of tricks will keep everyone entertained and our trainers are ready for any questions that inquisitive minds may have.
For those more interested in creepy crawlers, DogStars also features lizard or bug themed shows too. And don’t worry, we’ll take all of our little friends home with us. All of our animals for hire come with a DogStars trainer to ensure that your even runs as smoothly as possible.
Exceptional not Extravagant
For animal availability and an event quote, contact DogStars to start planning your unforgettable party experience!
Vancouver – Saturdays – Feb 20 – Main & Broadway area
Vancouver – Feb 23 – Ball & Biscuit @ Broadway/Main
- Twinkle Puppy Class @ 7:00pm
- Acting Level 1 @ 8:00pm
Private Training sessions
Behavior concerns addressed immediately in your home or outside
“DogStars and Henry the dog were great to work with during the filming of Sony promotional video”
Kazuhito Yagi – Production Manager – Sony video shoot
“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’