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Bonnie and Ruckus on Global TV with Lynn Collier & Jay Durant

May 27th, 2015|

Bonnie and Ruckus got to talk Hollywood North with Global TV hosts Lynn Collier & Jay Durant. Ruckus was his usual hammy self and stole the show.

Bonnie had trouble remembering the names of the show that she was training the dobermans ( Resident Evil). The short there were clips of was Dial Y for Yesterday.


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Aldergrove Star – May 2015

May 27th, 2015|

The Aldergrove Star did  a nice article about some of the more interesting bits of being a movie animal trainer. Click on the picture to see a full pdf of the article.


May 15th, 2015|

For this feature  film we started working with production well before the local production office opened. The early scripts described the personality of the dogs but not necessarily their breed or appearance. Canine CoStars submitted literally hundreds of dogs not only for the seven leads but also for the many featured roles such as the “The […]

These Dogs are Ready for Some Action

May 13th, 2015|

Wrangler Bonnie Judd used all the tricks in the book to get tail-wagging performances out of the four-legged cast of the kid-friendly ‘Good Boy!’

October 05, 2003|Susan King | LA Times Writer Working Hollywood Column

Animal coordinator and trainer Bonnie Judd — “wrangler,” in movie parlance — fell in love with fur balls before she could […]

It’s Reigning Cats and Dogs

May 6th, 2015|

Bonnie Judd provides ‘talent’ for the big and small screens, and loves every minute
Lynne McNamara
Vancouver Sun

Monday, August 23, 2004

Bonnie Judd’s family still can’t believe she quit her secure job at B.C. Tel to work with animals, even though her company, Canine Co-stars of Canada, is now one of the most successful in the country.

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Vancouver Sun – Local Dogs star in #1 Superbowl Commercial

May 6th, 2015|

Vancouver Sun article by Nicholas Read
Tuesday, February 03, 2004

Here’s one for the record books. The most popular ad during Sunday’s Super Bowl telecast, that most American of American spectacles, was filmed by a Canadian crew in North Vancouver and starred a couple of dogs trained in Aldergrove.

Fergus and Piper, the four-legged stars of a […]