How Dogs Are Trained For TV And Movies | Movies Insider

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  • Published on:  Friday, August 16, 2019
  • Teresa Ann Miller is a Hollywood animal trainer and coordinator whose resume includes movies like "A Dog's Way Home," "White God," and "Lethal Weapon." She most recently worked on “The Art of Racing in the Rain,” starring Kevin Costner, Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried, and an army of golden retrievers. Miller explained how she gets dogs ready for big scenes, how an actor can best earn a dog’s trust, and why dogs are uniquely fit for the silver screen. “The Art of Racing in the Rain” is now in theaters.

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  • Hi there

    Hi there

     7 days ago

    Do they get paid? or its trainers?

  • Jasraj Singh Bhinder

    Jasraj Singh Bhinder

     1 months ago

    Meanwhile a cat is contemptuously contemplating on the capitalist structures that perpetuate canine exploitation for economic gain. While getting high on catnip, of course.

  • Claire Lucky

    Claire Lucky

     2 months ago

    I want that job.

  • Kellen Reese

    Kellen Reese

     2 months ago

    ahhhhh i’m currently reading the art of racing in the rain and i’m really excited to watch the movie after💗

  • Anukriti Jariwala

    Anukriti Jariwala

     2 months ago +1

    They should go to the met gala 💓💓💓💓 hey they worked hard to

  • Denis Shamray

    Denis Shamray

     2 months ago +1

    I'd watch how they train Brandy from Onece Upon a Time in... Hollywood.

  • Flips N’ Twists

    Flips N’ Twists

     2 months ago +1

    Cuteness level

  • Emma Kate

    Emma Kate

     2 months ago

    I wish my dog could be in a movie like that

  • Tim Materni

    Tim Materni

     2 months ago

    Those are some fat doggos

  • K J

    K J

     2 months ago

    I'm very similar to a dog. Food can get me to do almost anything

  • shubham agnihotri

    shubham agnihotri

     2 months ago +1

    Representative from animal control was present to ensure safety of the dog with 3 dog loving trainers, but animal control is not present in hell holes, where company conducts vicious scary experiments.

  • ggomool tv

    ggomool tv

     2 months ago

    what kind of dog is it ??



     2 months ago +5

    What I want to see next:
    •How the hall of mirrors scene was shot for It Chapter Two
    •How Joaquin Phoenix got into character for 'Joker'

  • siddharth pareek

    siddharth pareek

     2 months ago

    dream job maybe??

  • Do The Do

    Do The Do

     2 months ago +2

    So apparently there are two types of things that go on.
    1. They audition trained dogs
    2. They train dogs that look good
    I though it was always the first one but guess not

  • Waltz


     2 months ago +1

    Not all dogs are good boys.

    Some are good girls.

  • forever grateful

    forever grateful

     2 months ago

    All the while I thought they're just natural actors. Lol

  • Big MoOse

    Big MoOse

     2 months ago

    Eddie from Frasier

  • Em Blenn

    Em Blenn

     2 months ago +1

    did you forget the best cinematic creation homeward bound: the incredible journey?

  • Danielle Andrade

    Danielle Andrade

     2 months ago

    I’m glad the trainer trains the dogs the right way and to keep things fun for them