Walking the red carpet with the animal stars from your favorite films.
Check out this new book and learn how animals are trained to perform on film from the trainers in this exciting new book compiled by Linda and Allen Anderson.
Temple Grandin writes, “Every movie fan who loves to see animals in their favorite movies will want to read Animal Stars. The book contains animal-training tips along with the behind the scenes stories.”
15.3 hand stunning 3 year old athlete with an amazing brain. She learns everything quickly with a calm thoughtful approach to anything new. This mare will take a young rider or amateur up the levels of eventing quickly, she is truly an old soul, grounded, intelligent and kind. Currently she is bare foot, loads easily, travels, clips, excellent ground manners. She lives at a petting zoo so she is accustomed to all animals. Trixie is bomb proof under saddle, allows beginners to pop and flop on her, easy to ride on the bit, naturally balanced with lovely balanced gaits, uphill canter, moves off leg, you can send her out and bring her back, she does not take off and rides in a snaffle.
American Humane held the Hero Dog Awards in Los Angeles to honor the amazing canines who have helped in Search and Rescue, Therapy, Fire and Police Dogs, Cancer finding Dogs, and many more at an amazing event which will be televised on Hallmark Television this fall. Many canine stars from film were on hand to help celebrate the many talents of dogs everywhere.